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2015 SEC Football Picks – Week # 1

The 2015 college football is all but upon us.  So while this paves a gap for recreational bettors to pick and choose their slots in hopes of earning profit, we dialed in on the SEC for the initial week.   Pick of the Week: Louisville vs. Auburn (10.5, 59) Auburn has gained substantial notoriety for 2015, and for obvious reasons. Gus Malzahn’s more than proved his capability of stockpiling wins, not to mention the...

2015 SEC West Betting Capsule

I have spent over a decade producing my comprehensive college football betting preview/capsule. Today we start with the 2015 SEC West betting capsule. Please feel free to leave me a comment below and I will be happy to discuss it with you.   1T.       ALABAMA Football is all about scoring these days.  From ‘08 through ’13 Alabama allowed an average of under 12 points per game.  In ’13 they held nine teams to 10 or fewer...

Jimmyshivers Week 1 ACC Football Picks

Welcome back, college football!  After an eventful offseason in the both the world of college football and for me personally I’m happy to back for another exciting season of ACC action.  For those of you who are new, this will be a weekly column where I will focus on the upcoming slate of games in the ACC and will share my wagering suggestions.  My handicapping style is based on both a feel for the teams involved and a...

Who will have the better defense – South Car...

Well things just got interesting, folks. Apparently Steve Spurrier and Kevin Sumlin are betting men now. According to Yahoo Sports, Spurrier and Sumlin made a $10 wager recently about which team’s defense will be the most improved. Both coaches hired new defensive coordinators this offseason, so both squads will likely see some changes for the better. But which one will be the most improved?   Texas A&M’s Argument...

2015 Big 12 Football – Contenders & Pre...

Predicting the 2015 Big 12 football programs –especially the top-tier teams– seems pretty straight forward at first glance. While the battle for Big 12 spremacy is expected to be comprised of a “three-headed race,” I’m peaking beyond the conventional outlier of the components and searching for some hidden value, as we attempt to sort out those who belong, and those that appear fraudulent.  ...

2015 Big Ten West Season Win Totals

We’ve somewhat latched onto a nice groove with college football win totals, and upon fulfilling the SEC East & SEC West in its entirety, we ventured up north last week to weigh in on the Big Ten East.  With a handful of clubs neighboring in the West, we round out our projections for the monsters of the midway with our respected selections  of either over, or under the given total of wins.   Illinois 4.5 (Over...

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Get a Free copy of our 2015 BIG TEN Betting Prospectus & college football newsletter.  The newsletter is sent out every Friday (during the season) and it includes Exclusive Picks that are only found in our Premium section. The Saturday Edge newsletter delivers the best college football betting advice and Free Picks directly to your inbox.   Get our 2015 BIG TEN Betting Prospectus to help you Find Value & WIN...

2015 College Football Conference and Division Odds

In 2014 I took TCU 630/1 to win the National Championship.  That is not a misprint. My bet was completely about returning starters, and a perfect schedule that only had them leaving the state of Texas a few times.  I knew @ West Virginia would be the “hedge” game.  Sadly, I lost that Mountaineers hedge and the TCU 630:1 was jumped by Ohio State in the final College Football Playoff rankings.  This confirms my belief that...

2015 Big Ten East Season Win Totals

We started looking at college football season win totals a few weeks ago by breaking down the SEC West & SEC East. Now the time has come to venture up to the Midwest and dial up the Big 10 season win totals . Beginning with the Big Ten East division, here’s my take (lines via 5Dimes): Indiana 6 (Over +160/Under -210) 2014 Record: 4-8 Players to Watch: QB Nate Sudfeld, WR Simmie Cobbs If you’re wondering how...

Handicapping the 2015 College Football National Ch...

Handicapping the 2015 College Football National Championship The common trend among national champions since the NCAA went to the BCS system in 1998 has been recruiting at an elite level. With the exception of longshot Oklahoma in 2000, every team that has won a national title in the BCS era has had at least two top 10 recruiting classes in the previous four cycles. There are 11 teams that qualify for this metric in 2015,...
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