College football's opening weekend may offer the most opportunity of any week on the calendar. Wagering volumes and limits are so high that a strong opinion or two can net you handsome profits, before the rest of the market realizes the abilities of a team and adjusts accordingly in future weeks. Let's take a look at five games and teams that offer value for Week 1. UCLA +3 at Cincinnati, Aug. 29 Chip Kelly took his shot at revolutionizing the [...]
Florida was a preseason Top 10 team, but the Gators still had plenty of doubters entering the highly-touted matchup with Auburn. They proved why they deserved the accolades by taking down the Tigers 24-13. Can they pull off another upset this weekend by defeating LSU?
In the Hugh Freeze era, Ole Miss consistently put Alabama on upset alert. The Rebels won by six in back-to-back seasons before Nick Saban’s squad finally outscored Ole Miss 48-43 in 2016. Outscoring Ole Miss should be exponentially easier in 2019.
A pair of top contenders square off this Saturday at Kyle Field as #8 Auburn clashes with #17 Texas A&M. We have odds and a prediction for that eagerly anticipated game as well as four more matchups featuring SEC teams.
Conference action is revving up, and we're excited to wager on four teams in Week 4 of the college football season. This week we recommend a pair of home favorites with lofty expectations, and we'll look to exploit a couple of bad home teams laying too many points.
Week 3 of the college football season is here, and we are going after some bad favorites again. We have cashed in on a few this year, and has more than paid the price of admission. This week we need to really focus because oddsmakers are getting better, and we need to keep up!
For the first time in a long time, a streak does not hang over the SEC East matchup between the Florida Gators and the Kentucky Wildcats. Last year in Gainesville, Kentucky dominated the trenches, paving the way for 303 rushing yards and a 27-16 victory. It was Kentucky’s first win over Florida in 31 years. We boldly predict what will happen this time around.
Alabama is a 55.5-point favorite this week. Not often do you see a spread this high, but when you do, it’s important to change your perspective on how to handicap it.
Dating back to 2006 Kentucky has won 10 straight games against MAC teams, and it will add one more Saturday but fail to cover the 11.5 points.
Let's break down the conference into two sections—pretenders and contenders. Who should we wager on to dethrone Alabama?