Vegas Odds On NCAA Big East Football 2015
Created in 1979 as a conference whose primary focus would be basketball, the Big East began playing football in the 1991 - 92 season, and is year in and year out one of the strongest NCAA football conferences in the entire nation. How strong are the eight Big East Division I college football teams? Since 2003 seven of the eight conference colleges have ranked inside the Top 25 national rankings. Also, all eight member institutions have played in bowl games since 2005. However, the last time a Big East football team won the BCS National Championship Game was 2001, when the Miami Hurricanes took the title. That school has since moved on to the ACC, but the Vegas Odds On Big East football returning to national prominence without them are very good to say the least.
About Big East College Football
For such a relatively young NCAA Division I football conference, the Big East has wasted no time in staking its claim to national prominence. South Florida has been ranked as high as #2 in the BCS standings, with Cincinnati and Louisville both moving as high as #3. Rutgers Scarlet Knights have been ranked as high as #7, and Connecticut has reached the #13 spot. The average Big East football game draws more than 43,000 fans, and the conference recently signed a $250 million television package that ensures they will be prominently displayed on television through 2013.
The Vegas Odds On Big East teams to be crowned conference champions provide some very unique opportunities year in and year out for the wise bettor, because five of the current eight Big East football teams have won multiple conference championships. Since the conference began play in 1991, Syracuse has been crowned the conference King five times, the Cincinnati Bearcats have won three Big East college football championships, and Connecticut, Louisville and Pittsburgh each have two conference titles.
And Big East football teams play well outside of their conference against strong opponents, as is evidenced by their record during the 2006 - 2007 BCS bowl game postseason. Going 5 - 0 in BCS bowl game play, the Big East conference earned the Bowl Challenge Cup, awarded to the conference with the best BCS bowl winning percentage each postseason. Louisville, West Virginia, Rutgers, South Florida and Cincinnati all won their bowl game, and the Cardinals, Scarlet Knights and Mountaineers all finished the season ranked in the Top 13 nationally.
2012 arrives with the Big East in a transitional phase. With the loss of perennial powers Miami in 2004 and West Virginia this year, the Big East is looking for a team to step up and become a dominant leader in Division I football. Many preseason NCAA football polls have Louisville, Cincinnati and Rutgers just outside the Top 25 ranked teams, but football games are won on the gridiron and not on paper. Will 2012 be the year that the Big East returns to its former football glory? Early Vegas Odds On Big East NCAA football teams show that they may be a little undervalued this year, and could present some high value betting opportunities.
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Las Vegas Big East Football Betting Odds
The following are the most current Las Vegas Odds on NCAA Big East football 2015
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