Five Best College Football Games Of The Year Value Bets

Five Best College Football Games Of The Year Value Bets

Written by on August 12, 2016

It doesn’t matter if you’re a fan of the more modern high-five or if you’re an old-school kinda’ fan of the traditional gimme’ five! The quintuplet of expert picks that you’re going to get on my five best college football games of the year value bets are going to help you in your efforts to increase your annual NCA collegiate gridiron online betting bankroll! With the start of the 2016 college football season quickly approaching, let’s get started – while barely leaving the month of September.

Five Best College Football Games Of The Year Value Bets


Saturday, September 17, 2016

Michigan State at Notre Dame -6 I like the Fighting Irish to get the win at home here because they have the edge at quarterback, but I just don’t see Notre Dame winning by a touchdown against a Michigan State Spartans program that has been a perennial powerhouse ever since head coach Mark Dantonio set foot on the campus! The Spartans have a ton of value – and they’ll cover. Ohio State at Oklahoma -6.5 I like Oklahoma and quarterback Baker Mayfield, but no matter how hard I try, I just don’t see the Sooners beating the Buckeyes by a touchdown – if at all. Ohio State plus the points is a value-packed pick people! Alabama -4.5 at Mississippi It’s once, twice, three times a lady as the Ole Miss Rebels and gifted quarterback Chad Kelly are my pick to cash in as a value-packed home dog and beat mighty Alabama for the third straight time during the regular season.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Stanford at UCLA -1 I know UCLA has a gifted young quarterback, but the Bruins always underachieve at the worst time possible. I like Stanford to get the win behind head coach David Shaw’s superior coaching – and of course – the mind-numbing trio of ways in which Heisman trophy runner-up Christian McCaffery can annihilate opponents.

Saturday, October, 1, 2016

Wisconsin at Michigan -13 I know Jim Harbaugh is a proven winner and I expect his Michigan Wolverines to get the win at home, but certainly not by 14 points against a Wisconsin team that reached the 10-win plateau in head coach Paul Chryst’s first season a year ago! The value in this Big 12 battle lays with Wisconsin everyone!