NCAAF Football Consensus Picks
You notice that even though LSU is favored by 33.5 points, only 32% of the betting public think they can cover the point spread against their foe this week. What should you do with that information? College football consensus data is here at Odds Shark to provide a glimpse into how the football betting public is picking a game. You can choose to follow the crowd or fade the crowd, but it's important to know the data. Bookmark this page and check back regularly to see the trends in NCAA football consensus betting.
Add your pick to the consensus, click the Matchup link for any game.
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About NCAA Football Consensus Picks
When you see that 68% of bettors are against the No. 1 team in the country, it should make you wonder why. And it should make you check the weather, the injury situations for the teams involved, the head-to-head histories between the teams to make sure you are making a solid college football wager. Different bettors have different philosophies on interpreting the consensus data, but its critical handicapping information for all football fans to have.
Here at Odds Shark, we gather the consensus NCAA football picks from our own huge audience and tap into online visitors from other partner sites. The plan is to create a representative sample of who is betting on the underdog or favorite. There are thousands of votes/picks on every game. From there, you decide whether you agree with the majority or whether you think the majority has it wrong.
The college football picks data will display the most one-sided games and the online sportsbook with the best line for that team. You will also be encouraged to add your own opinion (and NFL betting choice) to the discussion by clicking on the matchup report. So bookmark this important page, tell your friends and check back often to see how the consensus betting trends are changing during each week.