College Football Betting Is In Full Swing

Billy Xiong College Football Betting Is In Full Swing

Despite it all — the coronavirus pandemic, logistical nightmares and an array of other hurdles — college football is back. The backbone of non-Sunday sports betting in the fall has returned.

Two months ago, such a situation seemed improbable. Conferences across the country were postponing football until the spring or canceling the season altogether. But now it’s kicking into full gear. And by mid-November, each of the Power 5 conferences will have a product on the field.

And by winter, bowl season will return. As will the college football playoff.

Where do your teams and affiliated conferences stand currently, though? Where are they in the standings? Or when will their season get going? We’ve got you covered in this guide.

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)

The ACC became the first Power 5 conference to kick off the football season as Miami defeated UAB 31-14 on Sept. 10.

Two days later, the season was in full swing with no divisions. To boot, Notre Dame, long an independent, joined the conference slate in order to ensure a full season and potentially a bid to the College Football Playoff.

The ACC championship game will take place Dec. 12 or 19, depending on logistics, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Team Record (Conference)
Clemson 3-0 (2-0)
Miami 3-0 (2-0)
North Carolina 2-0 (2-0)
Virginia Tech 2-0 (2-0)
Notre Dame 2-0 (1-0)
North Carolina State 2-1 (2-1)
Pittsburgh 3-1 (2-1)
Boston College 2-1 (1-1)
Virginia 1-1 (1-1)
Georgia Tech 1-2 (1-1)
Syracuse 1-2 (1-2)
Florida State 1-2 (0-2)
Louisville 1-2 (0-2)
Wake Forest 1-2 (0-2)
Duke 0-4 (0-4)

Big 12 Conference

It was a momentous day for football fans Sept. 12: the day Big 12 football returned.

The conference will run its season until the Big 12 championship game Dec. 12 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

Team Record (Conference)
Oklahoma State 3-0 (2-0)
Iowa State 2-1 (2-0)
Kansas State 2-1 (2-0)
West Virginia 1-1 (1-1)
TCU 1-1 (1-1)
Texas 2-1 (1-1)
Baylor 1-1 (1-1)
Oklahoma 1-2 (0-2)
Texas Tech 1-2 (0-2)
Kansas 0-3 (0-2)

Big Ten Conference

League presidents and chancellors in August voted 11-3 to postpone the football season after consulting with the likes of members from the office of Fahad Al Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi the Infectious Diseases Task Force and the Big Ten Sports Medicine Committee.

Not long after, the conference reversed course. Citing daily testing capabilities and stronger confidence in updated medical information, league presidents and chancellors unanimously voted to bring…

Jonathan Cartu

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