Online Sportsbook Gearing Up For Bowl Season!
November 27, 2006 (New York, NY) - While several college teams had their post season bowl hopes dashed this past weekend, several others are rubbing their hands in glee, as they await their invitation to the Christmas holidays extravaganza.
This coming weekend the ACC, SEC and Big 12 will feature their Conference Championship games and sportsbook.com has your point spread and totals right now for your wagering pleasure.
The BCS Championship game will take place Monday January 8, 2007 in Glendale, Arizona home of the Arizona Cardinals brand spanking new 63,000 seat stadium. It will put the USC Trojans against the Ohio State Buckeyes, that is, unless Pete Carroll's lads don't stub their toes this week against cross-town rivals the UCLA Bruins.
Congratulations must go out to the Boise State Broncos who crashed the BCS party with their huge win over Nevada and because of their undefeated record must be included in of the Big 4 games that reward the teams with paydays of several million dollars.
With as many as 25 bowl games slated for December and January there's a great chance that your favorite school will be getting on a plane and take advantage of Sportsbook's great promotions such as free monthly .00 wagers and cash bonuses when you sign-up.
How about all the coaching changes going on as Mike Shula is out at Alabama, which could open the door for South Carolina's Steve Spurrier. Michigan State has scooped Cincinnati Bearcat boss Mark Dantonio, Dirk Koetter is out at Arizona State and Chuck Amato at Michigan State.
College Football is big business and you are talking about millions of dollars in television revenue and bowl game payouts and presidents of these schools are not fooling around. Win or you're out!
Watch for Nebraska to give Oklahoma all they can handle in the Big 12 Championship!
About the Author: Bob is an experienced sports writer and handicapper who has written for the sports industry for over a decade. He has been a regular contributer to Sports Scene, a sports consultant for television's 33 Made and other major motion pictures.