Latest College Football Picks & Predictions
There is nothing like a college football Saturday
The pageantry of a college football Saturday is a fantastic sight. From a Saturday night in Death Valley to Clemson’s Howard Rock entrance, college football is a sport like no other. Anything can happen on the gridiron, so we will provide you with the frequently changing odds, so you win on the sport!
We are still a couple of months away from the start of the 2022-23 college football season, but the season will come quickly. It’s never
Oregon and Utah get a rematch after facing each other less than two weeks ago. Utah shut down the Oregon offense in a 38-7 victory in Salt Lake City. The title match moves to Las Vegas, and it’ll be interesting what adjustments the Ducks have made…
The Demon Deacons aim to continue their undefeated season with a conference contest against the Tar Heels. Wake Forest took care of Duke last week, 45-7, and UNC fell on the road to Notre Dame, 44-34. Wake Forest is 4-2 against the spread in their last six games
How Money Line Works?
Moneyline betting is by far the easiest way to place a sports wager. There are no point spreads to parse, no garbage-time free throws to ruin your betting day, and no last-minute meaningless touchdowns to take you from a winner to a loser.
How to Bet Odds
When we, as sports fans, learned our multiplication tables, we aced the number 7. Seven, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42 were easy because we all watched football on the weekends. Multiplication by sevens, then add a three, a six after a missed PAT.
How to Bet on NFL Games
Baseball is America’s pastime, but football is America’s crazed passion, with its weekly schedule of games, millions of television viewers across the country and the world, and the billion-dollar stadiums that serve as Sunday cathedrals in 32 American cities.
What is the Spread?
If you are a golfer or have ever played on a bowling team, think of a point spread like a handicap. It is a way for two teams of differing abilities to play each other on equal footing. The better team, and the favorite in the game, gives a certain amount …