Sportsbook.com Is Your College Bowl Betting Outlet!
'Tis the season to be jolly if you are a college Football fan as no less then 31 bowl games will take place in the next three weeks, beginning with Northern Illinois and TCU in the Poinsettia Bowl December 19th in San Diego.
As always, Sportsbook.com is your online source for Sports wagering and it pays to play there, as they are Santa Claus 24/7 365 days a year, with a plethora of bonuses.
One item that is very clear is the opportunity to grab some sizeable underdogs in these contests. TCU is a very talented Football program led by coach Gary Patterson, but you are going to have to shell out -12 points next Tuesday. Northern Illinois features a great running back in Garrett Wolfe and they can control the clock.
The Las Vegas Bowl has BYU favored by -4 over the Oregon Ducks whose offensive coordinator Gary Crowton was fired by the Cougars a few years ago. This guy is considered an offensive genius and there is motivation here. However, BYU will bring several thousand supporters and their quarterback John Beck is special.
How about the Sugar Bowl where LSU is favored by a whopping -9 points against Charlie Weiss's Notre Dame Fighting Irish? This is a essentially a home game for LSU as it will be played at the Superdome in Louisiana, but that is more points than USC was favored by when they hosted Notre Dame a few weeks ago.
America's favorite sportsbook Sportsbook.com has the total at 55 points and I suspect this number will be surpassed, by the 3rd quarter. Giving Mr. Weiss more then six weeks to prepare for a game and having Heisman candidate Brady Quinn slinging the ball promises fireworks.
January 8th will be the culmination of a tremendous college Football season as Ohio State welcomes underdog Florida to the desert in Glendale, Arizona. For folks that don't remember, Gators coach Urban Meyer had his first head coaching gig in the state of Ohio at Bowling Green and he will come prepared.
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.