NCAAF Scores & Results - August 28, 2015
Tracking college football scores is fun and informative, but there is a lot more at stake for NCAA football bettors. Watching the NCAA football scoreboard helps fans monitor wagers to see how profitable the day will be. It can also generate key handicapping data for second-half betting. To see last week's games, click the 'PREV' link at the top and to see next week's schedule, click the 'NEXT' link. The odds posted are courtesy of our top-ranked sportsbook, 5Dimes. More information on college football scoreboards at the bottom of the page.
If you visit the college football scores page and see Alabama is ahead of Auburn 42-0 at halftime. If they are favored by only 13 points and the total is 47.5, you know those bets are almost in the bag. But there is more to learn from that score. Is Auburn a good bet to cover the spread on the second half line? What is the second half over under number? These are more ways the college football scoreboard can help you stay in touch and prepare for new wagers and handicapping. Bookmark the page, as the next version of OddsShark.com will feature robust new stats on this page. Good luck and visit the live NCAA football odds on every game along with matchup reports and previews. Whether you follow Bama and the SEC or USC and the Pac 12, you'll find updated scores and information for every game every week.
College football standings are important as they serve as a simple ranking of teams in each NCAA conference. But they don’t tell the whole story, especially from a betting standpoint. At Odds Shark, we list the same type of SU (straight up) standings as you would see on Foxsports or ESPN. We also provide the critical against the spread (ATS) standings for each team - just because a team is 2-7 doesn’t preclude it from being 8-1 ATS. They can be losers and winners at the same time.
We show the college football records at home and on the road, as well as the NCAA standings when a team is favored or an underdog. One team may perform better in certain situations. Some talent-stacked teams fail to cover the point spread against mediocre teams. Maybe the coach pulls his starters. Maybe the team plays down to the level of its competition. Others prove themselves as better bets to cover the point spread.
We also records for over under wagering and will let you know which team is on a winning streak or a losing streak. The NCAA football standings can be one of the first places for your football handicapping but it should not be the last. Odds pages are more important. Injury data is crucial. Check out the consensus pages to see how the betting public is reacting. Start with standings data and keep digging for the best information to make your best wager.