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Big profits could come from these NCAAF small-conference teams
By SPORTS PROFIT SYSTEMS
Some of the best betting value in college football is hiding beyond the BCS, in the small conferences. Each week, Sports Profits System Investors will look at the little programs that could help you make big cash this college season.
Team to Watch: San Jose State Spartans
This week: -2.5 at UNLV Rebels
The San Jose State Spartans will come into this one with a huge amount of confidence having put in an impressive performance in their last contest. The Spartans travelled cross country and gave the Auburn Tigers all they could handle before ultimately falling, 35-21. Even though Auburn is having a down year, it is still a team in the SEC conference which boasts bigger and stronger athletes than the conference opponents that SJSU will face this season.
UNLV is arguably the “hotter” team in this contest having won two straight, however, its 80-8 win over a lifeless Idaho State team and 23-17 victory over rival Nevada hardly constitutes tough competition. San Jose State should have a much easier time playing down to the talent level on UNLV. The fact the Spartans played a much tougher opponent last week will likely pay dividends in this contest.
Team to beware of: Air Force Falcons
This week: -24 vs. Wyoming Cowboys
There’s no doubt that the Air force Falcons will come into this contest just a little bit irritated given the way that they were utterly dominated by their military counterparts, the Navy Midshipmen. However, this is a lot of points to ask a predominately ground-based offense to cover.
The Wyoming Cowboys are winless on the season and, while that certainly shows their struggles, we also believe they can use their record as a motivating factor. The players are tired of losing and are hungry to get their first win of the season. Even if they fall short in the win column, they should put forth a solid effort to at least keep themselves within striking distance and not allow yet another blowout.
Total team: San Diego State Aztecs
This week: 47 at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
San Diego State takes a trip to the island and are coming off one of their most dominating performances in some time ,as they held the Fresno State Bulldogs to just 96 total yards of offense in their last contest. The Aztecs are known for their defensive prowess, but was torched both on the ground and through the air in their past three contests. Having such an impressive performance over an opponent will likely light a spark under these players for another quality defensive performance.
The Hawaii Warriors have been inconsistent offensively under Norm Chow and at times it’s hard to tell what to expect from this team. They did manage to put up 70 points at home this season, however, that was against UC Davis, who has nowhere near the defensive chops that the Aztecs have. Teams that travel to the island always seem to struggle offensively, but good defense can play anywhere.