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Attention college football bettors. It’s time to get frisky.
I’ll often put out a list of underdogs to use in round robin parlays on Twitter. Now, I’ll be putting it here in written and video form.
So what is a round robin? It’s really just a series of smaller parlays made from a list of bigger teams. It’s like the betting version of a round robin tournament, where every team in a group or pod plays each other.
The Week 8 CFB Round Robin
Here is this week’s round robin. I’m using the seven teams listed in a series of two-team and three-team parlays.
With seven teams, there are 21 possible two-team parlay combinations and 35 possible three-team parlays. The sportsbook you use will automatically generate every combination for you. You decide your wager amount, and your book will place that money on each parlay.
Odds updated Friday night and via DraftKings.
- Purdue +135 vs. Iowa
- Navy +450 vs. Houston
- Iowa State +112 vs. Oklahoma State
- Minnesota +132 vs. Michigan
- San Jose State +200 vs. Air Force
- Nevada +123 vs. Wyoming
- Rice -195 vs. Middle Tennessee State
Note: The odds listed in my original Week 8 Moneyline Round Robin Parlay video below may have moved since the video originally posted. Refer to the odds listed above for the most current lines as of writing, and check out our NCAAF Odds Page, which automatically surfaces the best line for every game.
Got your seven-team round robin parlay locked down but still want more college football action to bet this weekend? Check out my Week 8 Betting Card, where I offer full betting guides for each of my five favorite spots to bet on Saturday’s card.
And while you’re at it, also go check out Our Favorite Week 8 College Football Moneyline Underdogs: Two degenerates, two moneylines, two underdogs, and (hopefully) two more winners in Week 8.