college football update

Last updated on October 19th, 2021 at 07:21 pm

In the latest football news from Gambling News House, we have an update on Week 5 of NCAA football. Its important for those of you who want to be very good in sports betting to see the key takeaways from the most important games in college football. For instance, it is notable that in 2 of the SEC games today, No. 1 Alabama beat No. 12 Ole Miss by 42-21. Then, No. 2 Georgia shut out No. 8 Arkansas by 37-0. It was a dominating effort from both the SEC’s top two teams. Is this a sign that these two will remain as favorites to lead the SEC? It could be.

College Football Updates: Alabama and Georgia Stand Strong

college football updateMost sportsbooks get a lot of action from people who bet on the favorites, such as Alabama. But as you will learn from football betting tutorials, it may not be that advantageous for you to always bet on favorites. Especially if you want to maximize your betting profits. For instance, if we look at the game, the hype around Ole Miss’ offense comes short of expectations when the Crimson Tide held the nation’s leading scoring offense to a zero-score first half. To add even more insult to injury,  they held 291 total yards for the game. The Alabama RB, Brian Robinson Jr., however, revived the Crimson Tide rushing attack. He gave four touchdowns on 36 carries. With this win, head coach Nick Saban moves to 24-0 against former assistant coaches.

Meanwhile, Georgia started the day with the news that their starting quarterback, JT Daniels, will be unable to play. His absence was not much of a problem for the Bulldogs, but such changes could still affect the outcome of the game. But the Bulldogs and their defense led the way for them to win the game. Georgia’s defense stays strong as they held the Razorbacks back to 162 yards and 0 points. The Bulldogs now have posted back-to-back shutouts, allowing just two touchdowns for the year. With Alabama and Georgia both dominating such a ranked SEC team, we now see a wider gap between good SEC teams and the truly great ones.