CFB Betting Odds, Analysis & Picks

The 2015 College Football season is just around the corner. After year one of the College Football Playoff, year two promises to be even more exciting!  Don’t get shut out. Get your money into your Sportsbet.com account today!

Here are my top 6 must watch college football rivalry games.

7 Must Watch CFB Rivalry Games Of 2015

What sets College Football apart from its older professional brother are the deeply ingrained rivalries. The 2015 season kicks off ...
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Which CFB teams should you bet on in week 1? Use my betting cheat sheet.

College Football Week 1 Betting Cheat Sheet

The 2015 college football season kicks off on Thursday, September 3rd, but you can get your week 1 bets in ...
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2015 NCAA Football Week 1 Must Bet Games

2015 NCAA Football Week 1 Must Bet Games

It's hard to like favorites when betting on any sports, but in College Football week 1, favorites seems to have ...
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College Football 2015 Week 1 Best Bets

CFB Week 1 Best Bets

College Football may be over a week away from kicking off, but it is never too early to jump on ...
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The FSU Seminoles are 1 of my 3 picks for a CFB week 1 winning parlay.

2015 CFB Week 1 Parlay Betting Pick

The 2015 College Football betting season will kick-off in just over a week. Here is my first CFB three-team parlay pick ...
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Ohio State is the consensus preseason number 1 ranked team and the odds on favorite to win the 2015 National Championship, but with 4 players suspended for the Buckeyes’ first game against Virginia Tech, including top defensive player Joey Bosa, how will the Buckeyes respond versus the Hokies? Ohio State lost to Virginia Tech last season. How will third-ranked Alabama do starting the season off against the very good Wisconsin Badgers in prime time?

Is this the year that USC or UCLA returns to the Top 10?  Could Notre Dame continue their resurgence with a new quarterback?  How will Florida State and Oregon respond after losing the last two Heisman Trophy winners?

Even with all of this excitement, the real reason to get into the college football action is because it’s the second year for the College Football Playoff. After last season, it was hard to knock the Selection Committee for bringing together Alabama, Ohio State, Oregon and Florida State. Ohio State ended up winning the entire playoff. A repeat looks to be well within reach but don’t expect it to be easy for the Buckeyes. Get in on college football action today!