Week 2 at the college football schedule is going to begin and you will find 27 meetings involving FCS and FBS colleges. So how should people be gambling on these contests? Initial thoughts for most bettors would be to take the FBS team but is that the wisest decision? I took a peek at just the way these two college football subdivisions fare against each other.
FBS or Football Bowl Subdivision is the Division I-A while FCS or Football Championship Subdivision is classified as Division I-AA. Back in FBS, while only 63 complete scholarships can be awarded out, all 85 players on the group are permitted to be given a scholarship. That previous statement alone points ahead of the FBS having the apps that are better because their players are more going to have talent as they go toward the money.
Since the start of the 2017 year, there were 249 meetings between both FCS and FBS schools, and FBS groups maintain a list of 232-17??but have??a losing spread record of 103-143-3 with an ordinary closing spread of 30.27.
What’s more, the sweet spot for carrying FBS teams from the spread is when they’re preferred by 21 to 30 points as they are 58-0 and cover 58.6 percent. FCS teams are 31-26-1 and 11-47 ATS, while when FCS teams have been underdogs of 31 or more, they’re 3-128 SU however 85-44-2 ATS when FBS teams have been preferred by 10 to 20 points.
Some notable FBS vs FCS matchups in Week 2 are: Murray State at No. 3 Georgia (-49), McNeese in No. 4 Oklahoma (-36.5) and UT Martin in No. 11 Florida (-42.5). If your interest is sparked by none of those three games, there are 24 FBS versus FCS matchups to choose from in Week 2 and it’s possible to get some excellent price.
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