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College Football Picks Explained

Picking college football games has become more and more popular in recent years. The process of picking the games happens in a number of forums in a number of places every year during the fall season of college football. Understanding what the situations are and why picking college football games are enjoyable to some makes the whole industry more understandable. Here, college football picks are explained in the context of several situations. The Spread To have college football picks explained........ Read More

How To Bet College Football

College Football is the foundation of 35 years of business at Doc's Sports. This is the sport in which we have made great profits year in and year out, capped off by an unthinkable 19 game win streak with our "Big Ten Game of the Year." We have consistently beaten the books in college football because of a few key factors, which are listed as follows: 1) Rate your plays based on units. Every selection we make is based on a unit system. Most plays rate as 4-unit selections. Top Games usually d........ Read More

College Football Tournament Betting

College football has been called a pure game. The players are out there on the field playing for glory and school pride. They don’t get paid and many of them are hoping to get a shot at the NFL. College football has no salary cap and there’s nothing stopping a school from signing many top recruits in the country. In fact, a recent report showing the top high school possible recruits revealed that a strong majority had USC and Texas on their list of college choices. Good players want to play ........ Read More

College Football Betting

College football has been called a pure game. The players are out there on the field playing for glory and school pride. They don’t get paid and many of them are hoping to get a shot at the NFL. College football has no salary cap and there’s nothing stopping a school from signing many top recruits in the country. In fact, a recent report showing the top high school possible recruits revealed that a strong majority had USC and Texas on their list of college choices. Good players want to play ........ Read More

College Football: The Complete History

The very first university football game was played between Princeton and Rutgers on November 6th, 1869 at New Brunswick in New Jersey. There were different things between the game played that day and the games we watch today. In the early days of college football, the football was round and the field 120 yards long and 75 yards wide and each team had 25 players. The popularity of college football was fairly low in the early days and there were only 6 teams by the time a rugby ball was adopted f........ Read More

College Football Betting Cues

A number of dicey factors, including the disparity between the nation's finest teams and those that still have struggling programs, the massive turnover of personnel each year, and the absurdly large number of teams involved, conspire to make college football betting far more difficult than its NFL counterpart. With the college gridiron campaign currently in full swing, bettors would be wise to join experienced bookmakers in analyzing these three key factors: The Gap Factor: The difference........ Read More

Football - College Football, Part 1

If you are interested in football, especially in college football, read on to learn some interesting insight into the roots of the game. In the 1890s college football had already created strong emotions of love and hate. Big-time eastern football had demonstrated that it could draw large crowds, create alumni support, and build an identity that would attract new students. The fact that it had little to do with classical education bothered only the traditionalists on campus and a handful of cr........ Read More

The Benefits Of Football For College Graduates

There are many benefits of the NFL for college graduates. First of all, there is a great possibly of them being drafted by the National Football League to become professional football players. There is even more of a possibility of being recruited to play professionally if they played well while in college. If they were to get drafted, their career would be set; there would be no need to get a job or ever worry about money again. After signing that multi-million dollar contract, they would be es........ Read More


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