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College Football 2016: Non-Big 5 Conference Teams to Watch

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Aug/05/2016

College football 2016 is just about here! A lot of attention is already being paid to teams from the Big 5 Conferences. But, online bookies would be making a mistake if they didn’t use pay per head tools to manage future bets, and bets during the season, on teams from the non-Big 5 Conferences. Check out the 5 non-Big 5 Conference teams that should garner the most wagering dollars.

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1. Houston Cougars

Houston is one of the few teams in college football that has the type of schedule that could vault it into the National Championship race. The Cougars start out the season against Oklahoma. They also play Louisville, Cincinnati and Memphis this season. If Houston goes undefeated, they should make it to the College Football Playoff. Pay per head agents and online bookies should expect a lot of dollars to flow onto Houston this season.

2. Boise State Broncos

The Broncos have a good shot of going undefeated. Unlike Houston, Boise State only plays 2 seriously talented teams:  Washington State on Sept. 10 and BYU on Oct. 20. Because of that, Boise State has virtually no shot of making it to the CFP. Any players looking to bet on the Broncos to go to the College Football Playoff, bookies should welcome with open arms.

3. BYU Cougars

If BYU goes undefeated, they should be the number one ranked team in the nation. A CFP berth is a given if BYU only loses 1 game. The Cougars have it tough in 2016. They open the season against Arizona, they go to Utah, they battle UCLA at home. But that’s not all. The Cougars also face West Virginia, Michigan State on the road, Mississippi State at home, Boise State on the road and Cincinnati on the road. The problem with the Cougars is that it doesn’t look like they have the team to go undefeated. Still, BYU went 8 and 5 ATS last season. Online bookies might have to use pay per head tools, like layoffing, in order to control losses on the Cougars.

4. South Florida Bulls

The San Diego Aztecs could go undefeated as well but I think that the South Florida Bulls have a better shot at making it to one of the big bowl games this season. South Florida battles Memphis, Cincinnati, Temple, Navy, Syracuse and the very good Florida State Seminoles. Pay per head agents and online bookies should keep track of wagers on the Bulls this season. South Florida went 9-3-1 ATS in 2015. 

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