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.

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The college football season kicks off in August that means hot weather. Pair the rising temperatures with non-conference games and you got a perfect recipe for taking the over.

This Pro System is up 73.7 units and has only one losing season in the last 11 years.

Current Pick: UTEP vs. New Mexico State, OVER 61.5

Not only do hot non-conference games lend themselves to higher scoring (the heat wears down the defenses and the lack of familiarity increases the potential for big plays) but this game is a great OVER bet because of New Mexico State. The Aggies are one of the ten best Over programs in college football.

Small Visiting Dogs

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The public loves betting favorites, especially on small money-lines. This system goes against the grain and takes advantage of the casual gamblers tendencies.

If you took small visiting dogs on the money-line you would be up 79.0 units in the last decade.

Current Pick: UCLA +2 at Texas A&M

Three points is the standard for home field advantage in football. The Bruins being 2-point underdogs on the road suggests that UCLA is actually a better team than A&M. Value taking UCLA on the money-line to win.

Opening Game Buying High

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This is a profitable opening game system. We are looking for home teams off a bowl season where the line has moved against them. This system is 171-116 (59.6% ATS), +45.3 units since 2005.

Current Pick: No current pick

There is no current pick for this system but most of the lined games for the first week of the season have less than 300 total bets placed on them. In the week leading up to kickoff the ticket numbers will increase and the lines will begin to move. There have been at least 15 games per year that match this system.