College Football

Fade Lee Corso’s Headgear Pick

by John Ewing • September 11, 2017

Lee Corso is the star of ESPN’s “College GameDay.” The 81-year old has been part of the popular college football pregame show since 1987. His headgear predictions are a fan favorite. Corso picked the Buckeyes with his first-ever headgear pick all those years ago … Will he do it again today? ? pic.twitter.com/NpvCMtW6eI — College […]


Bet teams after a high-profile Week 1 loss

by John Ewing • September 3, 2017

It’s just one game but casual bettors overreact to the first week in college football. The higher the profile of the game and the larger the margin of defeat the quicker gamblers will push the panic button. Square bettors will fade teams that disappointed in the first game of the season but there is value […]


Most profitable College Football Betting Systems

by John Ewing • August 21, 2017

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 […]


Alabama is the Preseason Favorite to win the National Championship

by John Ewing • August 21, 2017

The opening weekend in college football is this Saturday. Sure, there are only five games scheduled but a few of these teams have odds to win the championship. With that in mind, here is a look at the favorites heading into the 2017-18 season. Alabama (+245) is the preseason favorite to win the National Championship. […]


The Heisman is a Bad Bet

by John Ewing • August 15, 2017

Sam Darnold, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson are the favorites to win the 2017 Heisman Trophy. There are over 40 star players with odds representing many of the marquee programs in the nation. Your alma mater might even have a candidate. While tempting, the Heisman is a bad bet. Since 2009, there have been 81 […]


Bad ATS teams from Power Conferences are Undervalued

by John Ewing • August 9, 2017

What were the worst bets in college football last year? The Arizona Wildcats went 2-10 ATS and the Baylor Bears finished 3-9 ATS, these were two of 13 teams in Division I that had three or fewer against-the-spread wins in 2016. It would be tempting to fade these poor performing teams but history suggests they’ll […]


2016 Bowl Trends: 12/26 to 12/31

by John Ewing • December 26, 2016

It’s bowl season. Over 40 games in a two-and-a-half week schedule topped off by the College Football Playoff. Sit back and enjoy these betting trends as you prepare for another fun bowl season. There is incredible power in understanding how teams, players, leagues and markets have reacted to various scenarios. Using Bet Labs massive database […]


Most Bet NCAAF Week 3

by John Ewing • September 16, 2016

Which games are bettors most excited about in college football? Our friends at Sports Insights can tell us. Using the tools available to Sportsbook Insider members we can see which games are the most heavily bet on Saturday. Here is a look at the most anticipated games in Week 3 of college football. Note: The […]


Cal vs. Hawaii Preview

by John Ewing • August 25, 2016

The 2016 college football season kicks off in Australia this Friday when Hawaii takes on California. Here is everything you need to know from a betting perspective about the first game of the season. Line Information Cal -20 Over/Under: 64 Where’s the Money Going? Nearly 60% of the tickets and 70% of the money bet […]


Top Performing Systems – College Football

by John Ewing • August 17, 2016

It is almost tailgate season. The college football season kicks off in less than ten days. Time to review the most profitable college football betting systems. Here are three of the top performing Pro Systems, plus a pick for Week 1. To get access to all the picks and systems sign-up with Bet Labs Football […]