NCAA Football Weekly Roundup – National Championship

NCAA Football Weekly Roundup – National Championship, All season long we have been following the winners and losers in college football both on the field and at the betting window with the help of VietBet, as the best site for betting the games for US Players. We have come to the end of the road in what has been an exciting ride with VietBet’s betting preview for next Monday’s first ever College Football Playoffs National Championship Game.
NCAA Football Weekly Roundup - National Championship
The Pac-12’s Oregon Ducks earned their spot in this national title matchup with a dominating 59-20 romp over Florida State in the Rose Bowl as eight-point favorites. The total in that game easily went OVER VietBet’s closing 74-point line. Not only are the Ducks riding a nine-game straight-up winning streak into Monday night’s game, they have been a virtual money machine for bettors by covering against the spread in all nine of those contests. The total has gone OVER in five of their last eight games.

The other team vying for the top spot in the nation is the surprising Ohio State Buckeyes, representing the Big Ten. Despite being down to their third-string quarterback, the Buckeyes pulled-off the upset of the year by beating No.1 Alabama 42-35 as 7.5-point underdogs this past New Year’s Day in the Sugar Bowl. Ohio State failed to cover in its last three regular season games as a double-digit favorite, but when it counted the most, it covered as an underdog in its last two contests. The total went OVER VietBet’s 57.5-point line against the Tide and it has now gone OVER in 12 of the Buckeyes’ last 13 games.

VietBet’s betting odds for the national championship game have Oregon listed as a 6.5-point favorite with the total set at 75. The Ducks come into this matchup averaging 47.2 points a game, which is the second-highest total in the nation. Led by Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota, this offense is averaging 311 passing yards a game while adding another 241.9 yards on the ground. Its leading rusher is Royce Freeman with 1,343 yards on 242 carries.

The Buckeyes lost Heisman hopeful quarterback Braxton Miller before the season even started and his backup JT Barrett went down in the season finale against Michigan. Cardale Jones took over the reins heading into the Big Ten title game against Wisconsin and helped lead Ohio State to an impressive 59-0 shutout as a four-point underdog on VietBet’s closing betting odds. Top

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