Best and worst road bets in each college football conference

College football season is rapidly approaching. We’ve already looked at the best and worst road NCAAF bets over the past five seasons. Now, we break it down by conference and give the best and worst bets for each of college football’s 11 leagues:

Records from 2008-2012. Includes away, neutral-site and bowl games.

American Athletic Conference

Best: Louisville Cardinals (14-15 SU, 18-11 ATS)
Worst: Memphis Tigers (4-26 SU, 10-17-3 ATS)

Atlantic Coast Conference

Best: Pittsburgh Panthers (16-16 SU, 17-12-3 ATS)
Worst: Wake Forest Demon Deacons (8-20 SU, 11-17 ATS)

Big 12


Best: Oklahoma State Cowboys (20-10 SU, 18-11-1 ATS)
Worst: Kansas Jayhawks (4-25 SU, 11-17-1 ATS)

Big Ten

Best: Ohio State Buckeyes (18-9 SU, 18-8-1 ATS)
Worst: Michigan Wolverines (9-18 SU, 8-18-1 ATS)

Conference USA


Best: Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners (4-2 SU, 5-1 ATS)
Worst: East Carolina Pirates (16-21, 15-22 ATS)

Independents


Best: BYU Cougars (20-14 SU, 20-14 ATS)
Worst: Army Black Knights (8-24 SU, 14-18 ATS)

Mid-America Conference

Best: Ball State Cardinals (18-17 SU, 24-11 ATS)
Worst: UMass Minutemen (1-8 SU, 3-6 ATS)

Mountain West Conference


Best: Boise State Broncos (32-3 SU, 26-9 ATS)
Worst: UNLV Runnin’ Rebels (2-28 SU, 5-22-3 ATS)

Pac-12

Best: Stanford Cardinal (19-14 SU, 22-10-1 ATS)
Worst: Colorado Buffaloes (5-27 SU, 10-22 ATS)

SEC

Best: Alabama Crimson Tide (29-4 SU, 24-9 ATS)
Worst: Auburn Tigers (11-16 SU, 9-18 ATS)

Sun Belt Conference

Best: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (10-22 SU, 21-9-2 ATS)
Worst: Arkansas State Red Wolves (13-22 SU, 17-18 ATS)

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