Best and worst home bets in each college football conference

Jul 11, 2013 |
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 home bets for each of college football’s 11 leagues:

Records from 2008-2012.


Best: Houston Cougars (24-9 SU, 21-12 ATS)
Worst: South Florida Bulls (17-15 SU, 11-20-1 ATS)


Best: North Carolina State Wolfpack (25-10 SU, 23-10-2 ATS)
Worst: Virginia Cavaliers (15-18 SU, 12-20-1 ATS)

Big 12

Best: Oklahoma State Cowboys (29-8 SU, 23-14 ATS)
Worst: West Virginia Mountaineers (26-9 SU, 13-21-1 ATS)

Big Ten

Best: Ohio State Buckeyes (33-5 SU, 22-16 ATS)
Worst: Illinois Fighting Illini (17-17 SU, 14-20 ATS)


Best: Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (19-10 SU, 18-10-1 ATS)
Worst: Tulane Green Wave (9-23 SU, 12-20 ATS)


Best: BYU Cougars (27-5 SU, 16-16 ATS)
Worst: New Mexico State Aggies (7-22 SU, 9-20 ATS)


Best: Northern Illinois Huskies (27-4 SU, 18-12-1 ATS)
Worst: Eastern Michigan Eagles (7-19 SU, 8-18 ATS)


Best: Utah State Aggies (20-10 SU, 18-12 ATS)
Worst: Wyoming Cowboys (11-19 SU, 11-19 ATS)


Stanford Cardinal (31-3 SU, 23-11 ATS)
Worst: Washington State Cougars (8-22 SU, 14-16 ATS)


Best: Arkansas Razorbacks (24-9 SU, 22-11 ATS)
Worst: Tennessee Volunteers (23-15 SU, 14-23-1 ATS)

Sun Belt

Texas State Bobcats (3-3 SU, 5-1 ATS)
Worst: South Alabama Jaguars (2-4 SU, 0-6 ATS)

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