Every college football betting season, once the sportswriters put down their crystal balls and play begins, a sleeper team emerges in just about every power conference. Look at TCU. They went 4-8 in 2013, but they finished as Big 12 co-champions in 2014. Auburn went 3-9 in 2012 but came out of nowhere to win the SEC in 2013 with such miraculous finishes as that field goal return with no time left against Alabama. Sleepers tend to fix the biggest weakness; TCU hired a new coordinator to fix its struggling offense, and it ended up being a dominant team that just missed the four-team playoff. Here are the likeliest sleeper teams for each power conference in 2015.
Analyzing the NCAA Football Lines Sleeper Teams for the 2015 Season
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