College Football Best Value Games From A High-Five Perspective

College Football Best Value Games From A High-Five Perspective!

Written by on August 12, 2016

Look, I’m doing away with all of the leaping chest bumps, new-age fist bumps and all of the other body-gyrating movements that mark today’s modern celebrations. That’s right…I’m going ‘old school’ with my high-five of college football’s best value-packed games! Of course, with a huge slate of attractive, big-time college football games on tap for the upcoming 2016 regular season, this is just one of the features you’ll find on the most value-packed college football matchups in the informative online sports betting news section. Okay, since haste makes waste, let’s rock and roll!

College Football Best Value Games From A High-Five Perspective!


Saturday, October, 29, 2016

Texas Tech at TCU -8.5 I like TCU and believe there aren’t many better offensive-minded head coaches I all of college football better than the Horned Frogs’ Gary Patterson. Having said that, I’m genuinely expecting Texas Tech to have a surprise campaign behind their own genius of an offensive mind in Kliff Kingsbury – and more importantly – seriously underrated quarterback Pat Mahomes. The value in this matchup is with Texas Tech and I say the Texas Tech Red Raiders cover the spread in a flat-out thriller.

Saturday, October, 29, 2016

Michigan -2 at Michigan State Sure, Michigan State needed the miracle of all miracles in order to beat their in-state rivals a year ago, but with both teams playing new starting quarterbacks in 2016, I say the value in this Big 12 conference battle is with the Spartans to win and cash in at home…without any miracle this time.

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Alabama at LSU -3 This annual SEC showdown is must-see TV no doubt, but Alabama has all the value with them after winning each of the last five meetings. I don’t even like Nick Saban, but I have no doubt the Tide will make it a half-dozen in a row by shutting down Leonard Fournette for the second straight season.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Stanford at Notre Dame -3 The Irish want some serious revenge for their crushing 38-36 road loss against Stanford last season, but unless they find a way to stop Heisman Trophy runner-up Christian McCaffery (they won’t) the Cardinals are the pick to cover the spread as a value-packed 3-point road dog!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

BYU at Boise State -7 I have no idea why Boise State is a whopping 7-point home favorite over BYU with both teams posting identical 9-4 records a year ago. With two gifted quarterbacks on their roster, I believe the value clearly lies with BYU in this one! The Cougars cover while pushing the Broncos for the outright win!