NCAAF Parlay Bets Online Bookies Should Be Aware of in Their Sportsbook

Friday, 29 September 2017 / Published in Football

The NCAA football season is four weeks old. Alabama, as expected, is No. 1 in the country and has run rampant in the first four weeks of the season.

Although it can be argued the team hasn’t played anyone of note, the Tide has rolled. Alabama is heavy favorites to win in week 5.

Below, I’ll explain why and what other teams you should use to promote parlays to your football bettors.

Mississippi State vs. Alabama

Alabama’s games this season can’t be classed as competitive. Even the Tide’s “big” season opener against Florida State saw them dominate the Seminoles – who have subsequently fallen out of the top 25.

‘Bama will get a fight against Ole Miss when the Rebels go to Tuscaloosa on Saturday, but can the Rebels sustain it?

Despite Mississippi’s wins to open the season, the team played below par teams: South Alabama and Tennesse Martin. The Rebels then got beat by California in week 3.

Football bettors shouldn’t expect a cheeky upset, as Ole Miss’s defense is ranked No. 69 in the country. The Alabama offense is averaging a fantastic 41.25 points per game, so sportsbooks shouldn’t expect Ole Miss to hold the tide.

Alabama should have no difficulty in beating Ole Miss. The Rebels are 0-3 against the spread this season. Ole Miss has only beaten the Crimson Tide in two of the teams’ last 10 meetings.

However, sportsbooks should note those wins came in 2014 and 2015. Those wins were the 10th and 11th all-time for Ole Miss in the series against ‘Bama.

The Crimson Tide have given up just five touchdowns this season and are playing stingy on the defensive side of the ball.

Make sure you have max betting limits on Crimson Tide for any spread bets to be placed. If you’ve already seen a ton of money dumped on Alabama, use your schedule limit override tool to disallow any more bets.

This is why you want to encourage the parlay with this game, remember – bettors almost never win a parlay. 

Texas vs. Iowa State

Texas and Iowa State have met just 14 times previously in college football. The Longhorns have dominated the series, winning 12 of those meetings.

The Cyclones only wins over Texas came in 2010 in Austin and 2015 in Ames. Iowa State’s 2015 win was an impressive 24-0 victory.

Neither team is nationally ranked coming into Saturday’s match-up. Texas is 1-2 after loses to Maryland and USC. The Longhorns did blow out San Jose State 56-0.

Thanks to that lopsided win, the numbers for Texas are a bit skewed. The team is averaging 30.2 points scored to opponents’ 19.5. Teams have thrown for 745 yards against the Longhorns and have rushed for 376.

Looking at the team’s opening games, it’s easy for football bettors to see Texas was beaten in two very different ways. Maryland ran the ball for 263 yards and four touchdowns, while USC threw for 397 yards and three touchdowns.

It seems the Longhorns’ defense can stop one threat, but not the other.

Iowa State is 2-1, but those two wins came against Northern Iowa and Akron. The Cyclones were narrowly beaten by in-state rivals Iowa 44-41, and football bettors could believe the team is ready to upset the Longhorns.

Cyclones’ running back David Montgomery could be the difference maker in the game. He is averaging 107 yards per game and the way Texas gave up rushing yards against Maryland, Montgomery could run Iowa State to victory.

Miami vs. Duke

Miami has won the last three meetings between the two schools and 12 of 14 all-time games. Last season, Miami took down the Blue Devils 40-21.

Currently ranked 14th in the nation, Miami has looked strong. Although the team’s opponents were far from national powerhouses.

Running back Mark Walton is battling a sprained ankle, but should be ready to play. He is averaging an insane 176 yards per game. Walton will be up against a much more difficult defense when he takes the field against Duke.

The team has tallied 11 tackles for loss and has given up just 15.2 points per game. Although unranked, the Blue Devils have played a more difficult set of games to reach 4-0.

Northwestern, Baylor and North Carolina have all been beaten by Duke.

NCAAF Parlay: Alabama, Texas, and Duke

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