Predicting Biggest 2018 College Football Betting Upsets

Predicting Biggest 2018 College Football Betting Upsets

Written by on August 8, 2018

The 2018 College Football Season Week 1 takes place in roughly 3 weeks. Check out some of the biggest College Football betting upsets that could happen this College Football Season!

Predicting College Football Biggest Betting Upsets in 2018

Saturday, Sep. 8

Georgia -11 at South Carolina +11

The Bulldogs had to replace almost their entire defense from last season. They also had to replace two excellent running backs in Sony Michel and Nick Chubb. Georgia should be a decent team. They won’t be anywhere near the team that almost upset Alabama for the National Championship, though.

South Carolina will be much improved this season. Take the points.

Iowa State +7 at Iowa -7

The Iowa State Cyclones should be an overall better team this season than the Iowa Hawkeyes. Iowa will play tough. But…7-point favorites? Really?

Saturday, Sep. 15

Ohio State -12 vs TCU +12

If TCU’s offensive line comes together (a big if!), the Horned Frogs could win the Big 12. Ohio State could be in a world of trouble if coach Urban Meyer is indeed fired. That’s looking more like a when if not if.

Even if Meyer stays, TCU should be no more than a TD dog because of their excellent defense.

Saturday, Oct. 6

Texas +12 vs Oklahoma -12

There’s no way this line stays at Oklahoma -12 once actual play starts. The reason? Texas should beat Oklahoma this season in the Red River Rivalry. The Sooners are a decent team. Texas could be the best team in the Big 12.

Saturday, Oct. 27

Are the Gators a safe bet for the 2018 College Football season?

Florida +15 vs Georgia -15

By Oct. 27, Georgia should have at least 1 loss on its record while Florida look like a real contender for the SEC East Division. The Gators have a new coach in Dan Mullen. Mullen’s easily one of the top coaches in college football.

He did more with less at Mississippi State. He’s going to hit the ground running with a Florida squad that’s got some nice recruits. Georgia could lose this game straight up.

Friday, Nov. 23

Oklahoma -10 at West Virginia +10

The West Virginia Mountaineers should have the best offense in college football this season. WVU’s quarterback, Will Grier, has a great shot at winning the Heisman Trophy. No teams really play defense in the Big 12 save for TCU, Texas, and Iowa State. That includes Oklahoma.

So, the Sooners will give the best offense in college football a 10 point head start? Yeah, doesn’t sound like a recipe for success.

Saturday, Nov. 24

Florida +7 at Florida State -7

Florida State could be a great team, a good team, or a bad team. It just depends on how quickly the players buy-in to Willie Taggert’s coaching style and systems. It won’t matter versus the Dan Mullen coached Florida Gators who should keep this one much closer than 7 points even if Taggert’s squad turns out to be one of the better teams in the ACC.