We’ll examine the battle in the Sunshine State between the Florida State Seminoles and South Florida. The Seminoles are favored by 5 and the total is 61 points.
This week we’ll look at the rivalry game between Miami, Ohio and Cincinnati where the Bearcats are favored by 17.5 and the total on the game is 56.
Some of the best values on the board this week involve the dregs of the FBS and/or teams coming off pitiful performances.
In this college football extra points series, we’ll try to nail down the games that will have a number and a key matchup that will help you cash it up on Saturdays.
It can be tough to follow 128 teams, so that’s why we recap the news and sort it by conference to help out our readers.
With three weeks of data at our disposal, Week 4 marks the point in the season where we can comfortably start making some meaningful adjustments to our preseason evaluations.
Each week this season, I'll have a misleading scores article here at BangtheBook. The goal of this article is to search for final scores from the previous week that don't match the overall statistics from the game.
Overreaction runs rampant, so if you trust your preseason work and power ratings, there are plenty of values to be had.
This week, we’ll get back to the basics and use one of the most fundamental handicapping situations around, the sandwich game, as we look at Texas State traveling to Arkansas.
This week, we’ll look at the marquee game of the week, Ohio State at Oklahoma. The Buckeyes are favored by 1.5 points and the total on the game is 63.
In this college football extra points series, we’ll try to nail down the games that will have a number and a key matchup that could help you cash it up on Saturdays.
The goal of this article is to search for final scores from the previous week that don't match the overall statistics from the game. This is something to remember when handicapping future games for these teams.