NCAAF Expert Picks
Dig into our top plays this week in college football – from point spreads to over/unders to moneylines – with our expert picks.
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Why our NCAAF Picks Can Be Considered Real Expert Picks
Our college football betting experts have decades of experience covering the game at the highest level and in some of the country’s most iconic stadiums. From the ACC to the SEC to the Big Ten, our experts have studied the trends and the teams inside and out. You can trust that they have taken a deep dive into each game they are picking to try to give you the best advice and tips they can.
What to Look For When Making NCAAF Picks and Parlays
Our experts’ advice should just be part of your research. Follow the latest betting news, keep tabs on the Twitter feeds of reporters who cover the teams week-in and week-out for the latest injury news or roster changes, study the stats and trends. Use all the information, and your own instincts, in making your college football picks. Parlays are also a ton of fun in college football, as you can piece together several large favorites’ moneyline odds to boost what would otherwise be a smaller return. Use our free parlay calculator to determine your winnings from our recommendations above.
And when it comes to college football Saturday, keep Bookies.com’s Live College Football Betting Blog as your second screen for in-game trends, injuries, the latest odds and more.
What Are NCAAF Picks Against The Spread
The team you like is favored to win big, and you like that bet but don’t want to risk $900 to win $100. That’s where our expert college football picks against the spread come in to play. Betting against the spread in college football means not only are you betting on a team to win, you need them to win by a certain amount in order to cash your ticket. Say Alabama has a moneyline of -900 against Texas A&M. That equates to point spread of about 16 points, meaning Alabama would need to win by 17 or more for you to win. You only risk $110 to win $100, which might make you more comfortable.
You can also do the reverse. Maybe you like Texas A&M in that game. A $100 bet would win you $510 on the moneyline. Not a bad return. But if you’d rather be a bit more cautious, you can take Texas A&M and the points, giving you a much better chance at cashing a ticket, even if it is for a smaller payout. Check out free odds calculator to determine which bet makes the most sense for you.
I’ve Made My College Football Pick, Now What?
Once you have made your decision, it’s important to shop around for the best odds, which is why comparing the top sportsbooks at Bookies.com and their real-time odds should be part of your betting routine. Then click on the odds you like and you will be taken to the sportsbook to go make your bet. If you are a first-time bettor at that site, make sure to use the promo code to get the best bonus offer. If you already have an account, just sign in and make your bet.