|2009 College Football Schedule, Betting Odds and Predictions|
2009 College Football Schedule, Betting Odds and Predictions: The first week of college football betting action is just about here, as the 2009 college football picks season gets underway this week. Some say college football betting action is more exciting that making NFL picks since the college football players seem to display even more passion for the game. With the sheer number of college football picks matchups available in the 2009 college football betting schedule, online sports handicappers find making college football picks provides even more opportunity to build their bankrolls. So with that, let's take a look at the current sports news surrounding the 2009 college football schedule kickoff.
On September 3rd, 18 teams will take the field to open the college football schedule with nine college football picks matchups. The two ranked college football teams to kickoff the college football schedule are the 16th ranked Oregon Ducks vs 14th ranked Boise State. The college football odds makers at the best online sportsbooks including; Sportsbook.com , BetUS.com , Bodog.com , WagerWeb , and Bookmaker.com
have all posted college football odds on the nine games slated for September 3rd. The college football odds makers have set Boise State as the -4(-105) point spreads favorite with the over/under college football betting odds set to 64( ov-110). For online sports handicappers this opening day college football schedule matchup has the Oregon Ducks set with a managable +4(-110) point spread.
The Oregon Ducks will be under new head coach Chip Kelly and will be looking to kickoff the season on the blue carpet with a win at Boise. Boise State will be looking for their 50th consecutive college football picks win to open the college football schedule and without a loss in the Bronco Stadium since 2005 it will be hard road for the Ducks on opening night.
Here are the latest college football odds for the opening day college football picks matchups.
|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 01 September 2009 17:58 )|