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Where you can find betting odds for Division 1AA, Division 2

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If you are a fan of small college football, and have never been able to find a line on Division 1AA, Division 2, Division 3, and NAIA college football, then you have come to the right place! PerHead4less is now posting Division 1AA, Division 2, Division 3, and NAIA College Football Betting Odds for its clients. No other sportsbook offers this type of selection for college football.

            In case you weren’t aware, Division 1A FBS is not the only college football being played. There are hundreds of colleges from all over the country that suit up every weekend to do battle on the gridiron.  Even though only the big schools are on television, you can find competitive football at universities of all sizes from all over the country. The best thing about small college football is that the champion is decided with an effective playoff system that leaves no doubt who the best team at the end of the season is. Forget about the confusing computerized rankings and politics that plague the big schools. Forget about meaningless bowl games that pit two 6-win teams against each other. In these lesser-known college leagues, the champion is decided on the field, exactly where is should be.

The Division 1AA schools may be considered the “little brother” to the big schools, but the gap seems to be closing. Every week, many of these Division 1AA teams put themselves to the test against the bigger Division 1A schools. Buyer beware however, as many times the lesser known schools will give the big boys all they can handle. North Dakota State enters the season as the number 1 ranked team after winning that past 2 national championships. You can find Division 1AA college football betting odds at every week.

            Last year Division 2 experienced one of its most competitive seasons, and this season is filled with lots of promise to produce another competitive campaign. Last year’s champion Valdosta State opens on top of the rankings, but not far behind is a slew of teams lead by Minnesota State at number 2. Winston Salem, who finished last season at 14-1 is third ranked. Missouri Western is ranked #4, and West Texas A&M rounds out the pre-season top 5. Remember, only offers Division 2 College Football Betting Odds every week.

            Last season’s Division 3 campaign was dominated by Mount Union. The Purple Raiders ran the table, finishing 15-0 to win the national championship. This season promises to be very tightly contested as the next 3 teams in the rankings all finished last season with just 1 loss. St Thomas finished last season 14-1 with its only loss last season was in the championship game to Mount Union. Number 3 ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor was 13-1 last season, and Number 4 Linfield was 11-1 last season. If you are interested in betting on any of these teams, only posts Division 3 College Football Betting Odds each week.

            The smallest division in college football is NAIA, but don’t be confused. Size does not matter here as the product on the field is as competitive as any. Morningside begins this season as the number 1 ranked team, after finishing 13-1 last season. Their only loss was to Marian in the championship game. Marian is currently number 2, and continues a string of being ranked in the top 5 every week since the start of the 2011 season. The two other semifinalists from last season, Missouri Valley and Sain Xavier, are the 3 and 4 ranked teams respectively. Only at can you find NAIA Betting Odds every week.


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