College Football

College football trends can be some of the most one-sided and lopsided streaks imaginable. That’s because some NCAA programs are powerhouse schools that are always contenders, while others are just trying to compete and play in a year-end bowl. But another factor makes those impressive streaks dangerous to college football bettors – the point spread.

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College Football Trends - Clemson will start the 2020 NCAA football season as the top-ranked BCS team and will resume a trend of 18 straight games as a double-digit home favorite. LSU will open… ...

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December 3rd, 2021 - 7:00 PM
WKU
UTSA
+2.5
-2.5
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74.5
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Oregon
Utah
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60.5
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Kent State
NIU
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72
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Baylor
Oklahoma State
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49.5
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Utah State
San Diego State
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50.5
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Appalachian State
Louisiana-Lafayette
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Georgia
Alabama
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Houston
Cincinnati
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55
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Pittsburgh
Wake Forest
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49
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Michigan
Iowa
-8.5
+8.5
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45
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College football team trends

Between 2011-2016, Ohio State blasted Indiana all six times in Big Ten action. But because the point spread ranged from 19 points to 35.5 points in those games, Indiana was actually 6-0 against the spread! Conference rivalries, huge point spreads, coach grudges can all play a factor in college football betting trends and you should pay attention to all of it to protect your bankroll.

Which teams never lose to a conference opponent and always cover the spread against them? These are NCAA football trends that you can bet on profitably. Michigan is one of the NCAA powerhouse football schools and perennial contenders in the Big Ten conference. But man, are they terrible as underdogs. From Nov. 23, 2013 to New Year’s Day 2020, Michigan was an underdog 17 times. And they lost SU 17 times. Not a single win. And just 7-10 ATS. Ohio State meanwhile developed a trend of OVERs when double-digit road favorites. From 2017 to 2019 seasons, this situation presented itself to college football bettors 10 times and OVER bettors won nine times! So let’s pay attention, use college football betting trends to identify games that deserve more handicapping attention.

College football game trends

Ohio State has dominated rival Michigan, going 15-1 SU between 2004-2019. And the longstanding hate between the Big Ten rivals has meant the Buckeyes went 11-5 ATS during that time, covering the spread at a profitable clip. And from 2008-2017, Michigan State stomped the Wolverines 8-2 SU in 10 games, while covering the spread ALL 10 TIMES! These are matchup trends or game-specific NCAA trends that can help identify winning bets. Check out the Best Trends features and Twitter account or sort game by game during the season as we gather hundreds of trends and patterns on every game.

NCAA league-wide trends

Do NCAA home favorites always win? Do conference road underdogs of 10 points or more always cover the spread? How about ranked teams vs unranked teams? What about situation where a ranked team is an underdog to an unranked team? What are the college football betting trends related to those situations? That’s what the site is designed to find and that is why our gambling experts and database gurus continue digging into the data. Trends don’t hold the key to winning college football bets, but they can be an awesome source for identifying great gambling situations. Patterns come and go, trends ebb and flow. Stay in touch to make sure you don’t waste any bets an so you don’t have to say on Saturday night ‘Man I wish I would have known about …..’