In the files of NCAAF News is what was learned from Week Two of the college football season. Good Sunday to everyone here at Scores and Stats. A few teams have been very stable in the 2016 season but they have proven to be the exception. FSU, Alabama, Michigan, Ohio State, and Louisville are just some of the schools that more than just held serve in their opening wins. What schools thrilled but ultimately have been let downs wagering wise? Let us examine what transpired Saturday here at HRWager.
NCAAF News : Big 12 is a Dud
When all three of your top flight teams take a tumble then the chances of your Power Five conference making it into the playoffs takes a drastic hit. Oklahoma last week and now two odd finishes to contemplate. Oklahoma State lost a close game to Central Michigan on a Hail Mary that could have been prevented. Arkansas and TCU was a barnburner. Entertainment value it was superb but a game that TCU could not afford to lose but it did. Look at the highlight reel from CampusInsider for the mayhem that ensued.
Clemson Has Problems
#2 team in the land should be hopped over by Florida State in the latest polls due to come out. Their rushing attack is averaging almost 100 yards less a game this year despite playing Auburn and Troy. DeShaun Watson is getting little help with all of the drops his receiving corps is providing him. If it was not for his scrambling and rusing ability, Clemson would have lost one of its first two games. 30-24 against Troy with the talent that the Tigers have is unforgivable.
What about the positive? Alabama keeps cashing wagers no mater what the point spread is. LSU has probably found a decent quarterback option for the rest of the season. Washington’s Jake Browning is superb at QB for them. If their pass rush progresses like it has on Saturday against Idaho then your Huskies are the favorites to win the Pac 12. What did you think were the key moments last Saturday. Take those, do a little work, and turn them into winning bets in Week Three. Good fortune and we will see you tomorrow here at HRWager.