In the world of college football betting, a difficult schedule doesn’t equate to bad, just in the same way an easy schedule for the season doesn’t necessarily mean good. The 2014 season clearly exemplified this standpoint as TCU and Baylor won a combined total of 22 games, yet could not find their way to the playoffs simply because they didn’t have “enough quality wins”. Conversely, a good number of teams in the SEC and Pac-12 could also not contend for the playoffs because of their tough schedules. Still, if you ask most teams and their players, they’d tell you that they’d prefer an easy schedule to a tough one. In the 2015 college football schedule, most teams (including Utah, Louisville, Michigan State, Clemson, Oregon and Alabama, among many others) have very tough slates and will need to play their very best football to make it to the playoffs. However, there are other teams that have sponge-soft schedules, which I believe is a good thing to NCAA Football odds bettors as it offers them better chances of racking up good money by betting on such teams. Here is a look at the main teams with such soft schedules.
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