Sportsbooks Carry The Real College Football Preseason Polls

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Every season the coaches and the associated press put out preseason polls for the upcoming college football season, but the sportsbooks in Vegas also put out a poll by default, the odds to win the national championship.

What better place to look to find who will be the best teams in college football than the odds to win the national championship.

One must assume that while the AP and coaches poll is filled with bias, the odds from Vegas are a true guide to the upcoming college football season. After all, sportsbooks stand to lose millions of dollars if their predictions are wrong. So let’s take a look at who the real best teams in the country are.

USC heads the list and is the overwhelming favorite in the sportsbook poll at +180. West Virginia comes in at the number two spot at +600, a huge drop from the Trojans.

LSU is the third choice at +700. Texas and Michigan round out the top five with both teams being at +800.

Sixth is where we find the defending national champions with a price of +1000. Wisconsin is seventh at +1300, and Louisville eighth at +1500.

The top ten is actually rounded out by a three way tie between Oklahoma, UCLA, and Florida State, all at +2000.

If you are looking for sleepers and value for your money, check out eleven through fifteen, Auburn, California, Georgia, and Penn State are all +3000, and Tennessee and Notre Dame are at +3500.

Anyone looking to correctly predict what will happen in College Football needs to overlook the useless polls that are the AP and Coaches, and go with the people with the money on the line, the sportsbooks.…

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Smoke Clears on Week Four And Patriots Still King of The NFL

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Surprises were few among the ranks of the unbeaten football teams going into last weekends games, and of those three surprises, only the Packers and Cowboys survived, as the Steelers took their first loss of the year.

Green Bay and Dallas both came up with impressive victories on Sunday to run their records to 4-0 and stay as two of the four undefeated teams in the league.

The Cowboys again used a potent offense to defeat a lifeless St. Louis team while Green Bay ran their winning streak to eight, four from last year and four this season, with a win over Minnesota.

Indianapolis is last years Super Bowl winner and they have played very consistently so far this season as they spotted Denver a ten point lead and then outscored the Broncos 38-10 the rest of the way to secure the victory.

While all of those teams are strong, none of them looks prepared to challenge the New England Patriots who looked virtually unstoppable again on offense in their Monday night win over Cincinnati on the road 34-13.

Equally as impressive for the Pats was the way their defense handled one of the top offenses in the league in the Bengals. They only gave up 13 points and had Carson Palmer and Chad Johnson looking confused for most of the night.

The season is only four games in and many things can happen, but heading into week 5 there are only four teams that can claim to be perfect so far.…