Arkansas has 100-1 chances of winning title after Toledo loss

If week one of college football was one for the injured reserve, then week two is tailored toward the SEC and its demise just after a record 10 SEC schools were mixed into the Associated Press’ top 25. And while the Pac-12 struggled in week one, the proceeding week was much kinder, led by Washington State’s Lucas Falk and his 478 passing yards against Rutgers.

Undoubtedly, some teams deserve the short-end of the stick, according to the LV Super Book after their shaky outcomes in week two.

And regardless of Notre Dame edging Virginia, the Fighting Irish still managed to drop a hefty load in the world of probability.

Biggest drops in @LVSuperBook title odds from last week: Notre Dame from 12-1 to 40-1, Auburn 15-1 to 30-1, Arkansas 40-1 to 100-1

— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) September 14, 2015

Making the most statement in their defence is Michigan State, who not only owns the most difficult schedule in all of FBS land, but also had the cajones to overcome a fast-paced Oregon offense complete with Royce Freeman, cut their odds deficit in half.

Biggest moves up in @LVSuperBook title odds from last week: Michigan State from 20-1 to 10-1, Ole Miss & UCLA both from 30-1 to 20-1

— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) September 14, 2015

Top 5 Schools with the Best Odds (via Vegas Insider)

  • 8 to 5: Ohio State
    7 to 1: TCU
    9 to 1: Alabama
    12 to 1: Michigan State, Baylor
    14 to 1: Southern Cal

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