This past weekend the NCAA AP Poll of 2010 was released to the general public which is the best way of saying the College football season is back once again. Having said that, what actually is the significance in regards to wagering and the AP Poll?
As with all other major football polls the AP Poll has selected Alabama at the number #1 spot as they received the most 1st place votes in 54 of possilbe60! That should surprise few since the Tide had a 14-0 season winning the SEC title then taking the BCS Championship. As always the AP Poll is somewhat controversial but that’s NCAA Football.
In #2 places the AP Poll has Ohio State, last year’s Rose Bowl Champs, and then #3 its Boise State, #4 Florida and #5 Texas for the top five. In the conference is clear the SEC is the dominating factor with six teams in the top 25 with Alabama #1, Florida #4, Arkansas #17, LSU #21, Auburn #22 and Georgia #23. The ACC is second with five teams with Virginia Tech #10, Miami (FL) #13, Georgia Tech #16, North Carolina # 18 and FSU #20.
Next the Big 10 has four in #2 Ohio State, #9 Iowa # 12 Wisconsin and # 19 Penn State. Then we have the PAC 10 with three in #11 Oregon, # 14 USC and #14 Oregon State. Next the Big 12 with three in #5 Texas, #7 Oklahoma and #8 Nebraska. Then by the Big East with two in #15 Pittsburgh and #25 West Virginia. The Mountain West has #6 TCU and the Western Athletic with #3 Boise State that rounds out the AP Top 25. Check these teams and the NCAA Football Odds as the 2010 season gets underway.
As always the AP Poll is a good sign the NCAA College Football season is here and the time has come to grade the teams for better or worse. If you team is not in the AP Poll you may want to check the other polls like the Coaches Poll CBS Sports.com 120 and others. For NCAA Football Odds at sbg they are offering up to 60% Bonus on all initial and reloads deposits so join the action now!