Are you ready for the 2017 college football season? It kicks off this Saturday! Let’s put the women and children to bed and go looking for dinner. Time to review the most profitable College Football betting systems, plus a pick for Week 1.

Buying High in Week 1

This contrarian betting strategy takes bowl teams from the previous season in Week 1 when the line has moved against them. This Pro System is 59% against-the-spread all-time and +48.7 units.

Current Pick: Stanford -31

This is not your average road trip. Stanford will face Rice in Sydney, Australia in Week 1. The Cardinal are massive favorites but the line has moved in Rice’s favor as the majority of spread tickets are on the Owls. Bet the Pac-12 team that won 10 games last year at the better line.


We know weather can impact the outcomes of games. When the temperatures are high betting the over has been profitable. This strategy is most efficient in non-conference games because the teams are unfamiliar with each other leading to more scoring

Current Pick: San Jose State vs. South Florida, OVER 67

USF averaged over 500 yards and 40 points last year. The Bulls return dual threat quarterback Quinton Flowers and should put up gaudy numbers once again. San Jose State’s defense was generous in 2016 allowing almost 35 points per game. The total is set at 67, bet the OVER.

Small Road Dogs

If a game is expected to be close, casual bettors like wagering on the favorites. This has led to value on underdogs, especially small road dogs. This moneyline system has nearly a 50% win rate and is +79.6 units since 2005.

Current Pick: Texas A&M +145

The Aggies defeated the Bruins 31-24 in overtime last year at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas. This matchup is expected to be competitive but more than 70% of spread dollars are on UCLA to win and cover. Bet against the public and take A&M on the moneyline.

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