In the latest sports news, we will be taking a look at the best games you can watch, and possible bet on, for Week 8 College Football weekend. Since this is college football after all, you have a lot of options when it comes to what games to watch, and which teams you can root for. But if you know as much about sports betting than industry insiders do, then you know that some games are more interesting to watch.

If you look at your online bookie software and the lines for Saturday’s games, you will see that some games are getting a lot more action than others. Most likely, these are teams with bitter rivalries, as well as games crucial to conference standings.

Penn State facing Ohio state is one such game to jump start your football betting weekend. This is the first game of the Big Ten East round-robin challenge. It will be interesting to see how the Nittany Lions will perform against the Buckeyes. In the same note, we are also interested in seeing how the Buckeyes will fare against the defense of the Lions.

Week 8 College Football Weekend

What to Watch for Week 8 College Football WeekendIf you want to up your game and are saying “I want to be a bookie”, then you should keep track of these two other games. You will learn a lot about the dynamics of football betting from these four teams along. The first game would be Tennessee at Alabama in Saturday afternoon. The Crimson Tide’s offensive line is 129 in the country in sacks allowed per game. They are also 113 in tackles for loss allowed per game. Meanwhile, you do have the Volunteer’s defense, who are at No. 4 nationally in sacks per game, and tackles for loss per game.

You also have the Duke at Florida state game in the evening, where fans are waiting to see if Blue Devils QB Riley Leonard will be coming back. If he does return to the field, this will be a good opportunity for the team to build their reputation as a team to beat this season. However, the Seminoles do have QB Jordan Travis, a front-runner for the Heisman Trophy.


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