Doc’s 2009 College Bowl Predictions

One of the best college football handicappers in the business dating back the last five years has been Doc’s Sports.  They have hit at an incredible rate and there is no reason to suspect they are going to slow down this season with their bowl picks.  If you have done a quick look at the […]

Bowl Handicapping on Underdogs

Here is some basic info for the College Football Bowl Season. One of the best practices in sports betting is to simply take quality teams when they are underdogs, as they not only have a chance to win the game outright, but they can also stay within the point spread if their efforts come up […]

2009 College Bowl Early Look

This is the best month of the college football season as it provides great games and gets you ready for next year.  While the national title game is January 7th, the action starts early on December 19th with the New Mexico Bowl. New Mexico Bowl: Wyoming vs. Fresno State Why I’m watching:  I will watch […]

Alabama Cancels Class for Bowl

One of the major arguments the NCAA makes against having a playoff system is that it would force students to miss too much class. Well that doesn’t appear to be a problem at Alabama where the university has canceled classes from Wednesday, January 6th through Friday, January 8th of 2010. The university cited the number […]

2009 College Football Playoff Projections

Scott Pusich says enough with the bowl games, here is your 2009 college football playoff projections if the NCAA decides to get it right. He says that the August preseason FBS polls bias the eventual results of the BCS, but that the current BCS system is a sorry attempt to cover up the deep and […]

2009 Bowl Winners & Losers

Jon Wilner over at Mercury News had an interesting article on 2009 bowl winners and losers. Here are some notes from his writeup. How important was Texas beating Nebraska on Saturday night in the Big 12 Championship game? Wilner suggests if the Huskers had locked up the Big 12’s automatic bid it would have forced […]