The College Football season is just a few days away, and we’ve found 15 games that you should bet on this season. Here’s a brief look at each of the 15 games so you can get all set to make your bets against their NCAA Football Odds.
Top 15 Games to Bet On in the 2022 College Football Season
Notre Dame @ Ohio State – September 3rd
What a way to start off the season for both teams. Both teams are ranked in the Top 10. Ohio State has one of the best offensive teams in the country, while Notre Dame’s new head coach was the former defensive coordinator. Both teams want to start off the season with a win.
Cincinnati @ Arkansas – September 3rd
Cincinnati is coming off of a playoff appearance and wants to show everyone that last season wasn’t a fluke. Sam Pittman’s program is on the rise, and they don’t want to be the SEC team that loses to a non-Power 5 school. The Hogs are seven-point favorites in this one.
Oregon @ Georgia – September 3rd
Dan Lanning’s head coaching debut will be at his former school, as the defending national champions host the Oregon Ducks. Oregon is a 17-point underdog, but there’ll also be a lot of turnover in the Georgia roster.
Alabama @ Texas – September 10th
Steve Sarkisian will welcome his former boss to Austin. Texas has brought in some high-profile recruits, but will it be enough to match the talent of Alabama?
Miami @ Texas A&M – September 17th
The Mario Cristobal era has started off well in Miami, as the Hurricanes have brought in some great recruits. Texas A&M has the highest-rated recruiting class of freshmen this year. This should be a good one.
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M @ AT&T Stadium – September 24th
These two programs are in the second tier of the SEC, and they want to show that they belong with Alabama and Georgia.
Clemson @ Wake Forest – September 24th
These are two of the top teams in the ACC. Clemson wants to regain supremacy, while Wake wants to show everyone that they’re becoming one of the top programs in the country.
Texas A&M @ Alabama – October 8th
Jimbo Fisher vs. Nick Saban. Get your popcorn ready!
Texas vs. Oklahoma – Red River Rivalry Game @ Cotton Bowl – October 8th
The two Big 12 teams that will be leaving for the SEC will meet up in what looks to be an offensive showdown. We should see a lot of points in this one.
USC @ Utah – October 15th
These two could be the two best teams in the Pac-12. They could meet again in the Pac-12 title game. This one should be a doozy.
Clemson @ Notre Dame – November 5th
Any time these two get together, fireworks happen. We’ll see if Clemson is ready to come back to the top of the college football world.
Alabama @ Ole Miss – November 12th
It’s always a fun time when Lane Kiffin and Nick Saban get together. There should be a lot of points scored in this one.
Notre Dame @ USC – November 26th
This will be one of the last times that these two meet, as USC will be heading to the Big 10 soon. Lincoln Riley vs. Marcus Freeman will be a great chess match to watch.
Michigan @ Ohio State – November 26th
The two best teams in the Big 10 collide, and this one could possibly determine which team gets the chance to play for the Big 10 title.
Auburn @ Alabama – November 26th
The Crimson Tide has owned this series as of late, and this one looks to be no different than the last few games.