College Football Betting Already Profitable in 2016

College Football Betting

Two tiers of being correct in College Football Betting has made the 2016 season already profitable for the public.  Happy Labor Day Weekend from your friends here at Maxi Sportsbook. Public scored early with one high profile upset, suffered through mid day, but scored a knockout with two vital late games.  We will look at how the day progressed and how the late games can lead you to profit even when the afternoon gets away from you.

College Football Betting : Houston +425 range

Here was the biggest game at noon and one team with extreme firepower was getting +425 at Americas Bookie to win.  They were the Houston Cougars and came to play in the second half.  Sadly we saw another Stoops early season implosion as his talent wilted in the heat.  A +12 1/2 underdog not only covered but won by ten points.  The +425 upset rang in to our bankrolls early on.  We needed it as the remainder of the day was and up and down affair.  Fortunately, one of the most consistent non conference spread performers were cashing for us in the evening.

Make Up Games

Late game betting allows us to pour on the profit or dig out of holes we had made during the day.  Public went wild for two teams and they did not disappoint.

  • Alabama won 52-6 over USC easily covering the double digits spreads people had to spot when betting on the Tide.
  • BYU bettors dancing in the street as their -1 came through with under 10 seconds left.  Late FG had the Cougars winning 18-16 for the completion of a rough night for the books.

Alas fading Hawaii was not a late night option as they got their doors blown off at noon by the Wolverines.  Thank goodness the college football day ran long on Saturday.

And there is still more this weekend.  Fighting Irish visit Texas where the Longhorns coach is on the hot seat.  Mac Brown must be laughing about this every year.  Ole Miss @ FSU has two elite teams to entertain us on Monday.  Get those deposits in at Americas Bookie and build up those bankrolls each weekend with football action.