Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys Preview Sunday, Jan. 15, 4:40 p.m. (ET) FOX Football Pointspread: Dallas -4.5 Total Line: 52 Green Bay at Dallas Game Matchup Overview Green Bay will be bringing a ton of momentum into Big D this Sunday coming off a solid 38-13 victory over the […]
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College Football Picks
We all know about the rich tradition of college football. The history, the rivalries and the pageantry are as rich and as diverse as the country itself. With that, the face of college football is changing. Over the last couple of years, conferences are re-aligning; rich, storied rivalries have been dissolved and a seismic shift in college football is underway. With the recent announcement that college football is moving towards a playoffs system, it is clear that the old way of handicapping college football games is gone. Sure, you still have to know Xs and Os and understand and factor-in things like personnel, injuries, and momentum. But now you have to factor in new matchups and how these different alignments will affect how you make your college football picks.
Now more than ever, it is imperative that you get your free college football picks from a sports handicapper who has had a proven record through all the different changes to this sport. As things change, I will work my hardest to continue to be your No. 1 source for sports handicapping information and advice.
Speaking of track record, I have weathered changes to the college football landscape before. Several years ago, college football went through another huge change with the advent of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS). All of a sudden, winning was no longer enough for a school to be considered tops in the nation. More and more variables were introduced to determine a "true" National Champion. More emphasis was placed on factors like a team's strength of schedule made betting on college football even harder. Along with the advent of the BCS, coaches' challenges, and updated overtime rules forced me to adapt. I have successfully updated my unique system for making college football bets. All of my research, raw data and profitable situations are always up-to-date, cutting edge and are simply the best around. And just because it may be the offseason, I'm not resting on my laurels. In order to back-up my proven successful track record, I never stop working. So when spring games evolve to the regular season, conference schedule and bowl games, rest assured that I will have my finger on the pulse of the new college football landscape. If you are ready to take your college football plays to the next level, make the right call and join me. Sign up for college football picks against the spread and start winning now!
Wunderdog Sports Take on Betting and the BCS
It used to be that a winning record was enough. Now you have to have a tough schedule, run the score up on your opponents, and win all of your games. My college picks take these new rules into account. While this might make for an undisputed champion (although you'll be hard presses to find anyone who would agree to that), it has done some tricky things to college football betting. You now need to have the insight & knowledge in order to beat the bookmaker week in and week out when it comes to the BCS.
The BCS equation makes it so that taking the points can be a dangerous proposition, unless you get your free college football predictions from a trusted source. Teams now have an incentive to run up the score and keep their best players in for the entire game. This does make it difficult to take the points, while also doing some other interesting things to the rest of the season.
No score is ever safe, but what the BCS does for the college football betting world is give us a little security from point shaving; however, it also forces people who are looking for college football predictions against the spread to really consider their source when choosing the underdog. And as long as you are using my picks, you are on solid ground. Picking underdogs is just my game.
Prior College Football Picks
Auburn vs. Oklahoma
Monday 01/02 08:30 PM Eastern
1.5 units on Auburn +3 (-115) (risk 1.5 to return 2.8)
USC vs. Penn State
Monday 01/02 05:00 PM Eastern
2 units on Penn State +9 (-120) (risk 2 to return 3.67)
Wisconsin (CFB-278) MONEYLINE + Penn State (CFB-280) ATS
Monday 01/02 01:00 PM Eastern
1 unit on 2 Team Parlay: (+176) (risk 1 to return 2.76)
Washington vs. Alabama
Saturday 12/31 03:00 PM Eastern
1.5 units on Washington +14 (-105) (risk 1.5 to return 2.93)
Kentucky vs. Georgia Tech
Saturday 12/31 11:00 AM Eastern
1 unit on Georgia Tech -3.5 (+107) (risk 1 to return 2.07)
LSU vs. Louisville
Saturday 12/31 11:00 AM Eastern
1.5 units on Louisville +3.5 (-114) (risk 1.5 to return 2.82)
NFL Division Playoffs Preview Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs Sunday, Jan. 15, 1:05 p.m. (ET) CBS NFL Pointspread: Kansas City -1 Total Line: 44.5 Pittsburgh at Kansas City Game Matchup Overview The Pittsburgh Steelers will be looking to extend their current straight-up winning streak to nine games this Sunday […]
College Football Championship Preview No. 2 Clemson Tigers vs. No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide Monday, Jan. 9, 8 p.m. (ET) ESPN BetAnySports Pointspread: Alabama -6.5 BetAnySportsTotal Line: 51 Clemson vs. Alabama Game Matchup Overview Clemson’s return trip to the College Football Playoff Championship against a very familiar foe hit some […]
NFL Wild Card Playoffs Preview & Free Pick New York Giants at Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 8, 4:40 p.m. (ET) FOX Pointspread: Green Bay -4.5 Total Line: 44.5 New York at Green Bay Game Matchup Overview The Giants made their way into the playoffs as the fifth seed in […]
2016 Fiesta Bowl Preview No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes vs. No, 2 Clemson Tigers Saturday, Dec. 31, 7 p.m. (ET) ESPN NFL Pointspread: Ohio State -3 Total Line: 59.5 Ohio State vs. Clemson Game Matchup Overview The Big Ten’s Buckeyes had just one straight-up loss this season against 11 wins, […]
NFL Week 17 Sunday Night Football Preview Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions Sunday, Jan.1, 8:30 p.m. (ET) NBC NFL Pointspread: Green Bay -3.5 Total Line: 48.5 Green Bay at Detroit Game Matchup Overview Green Bay comes into this NFC North title bout riding a straight-up five-game winning streak and […]
NFL Week 16 Thursday Night Football Preview New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles Thursday, Dec. 22, 8:25 p.m. (ET) NBC Pointspread: New York -2.5 Total Line: 41 New York at Philadelphia Game Matchup Overview The Giants are in excellent shape to make the playoffs as a wild card at 10-4 […]
NFL Week 15 Monday Night Football Preview Carolina Panthers at Washington Redskins Monday, Dec. 19, 8:30 p.m. (ET) ESPN NFL Pointspread: Washington -7 Total Line: 50.5 Carolina at Washington Game Matchup Overview Carolina has been reduced to playing the role of spoiler at 5-8 straight-up after winning 15 of 16 regular […]
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