College Football is the foundation of 35 years of business at Doc's Sports. This is the sport in which we have made great profits year in and year out, capped off by an unthinkable 19 game win streak with our "Big Ten Game of the Year." We have consistently beaten the books in college football because of a few key factors, which are listed as follows:
1) Rate your plays based on units. Every selection we make is based on a unit system. Most plays rate as 4-unit selections. Top Games usually draw 5-unit or 6-unit consideration. Our College Game of the Year is the only 7-unit play we release and finally, the Big Ten Game of the Year is an 8-unit selection. Stick with this system the entire season for best results.
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2) Focus in on your local teams. Since we are located in the heart of the Midwest, we anchor our selections from the Big Ten Conference. We research local papers daily and often times use the Wisconsin Badgers as a selection (either for or against). We have found great success with this formula and will continue to do so.
3) The Momentum Factor. While momentum does not play that big of a role in pro football, it takes a big role in college football, especially late in the season. Teams that have gotten off to a bad start and have no chance at making a bowl game will often throw in the towel. Go against these teams even if it requires you to lay double-digit points.
College Football falls under the standard betting where you must lay a juice of 10 percent of your investment. That means in order to win $100, you must bet $110. If you win you will receive $210 from your ticket.
Betting on college football Odds is not the same as with the NFL, so make sure you separate the two. Because of the vast number of teams, the parity between college football programs is slight, and therefore you are going to see some high numbers in the NCAA. The talent disparity is big especially in the non-conference portion of the schedule where teams enter hostile environments just to collect a hefty check with no visions of being competitive.
Getting into the nuts and bolts of college football means looking at the many stats in order to beat the number. As opposed to pro football, college football is less dependent on situations and angles and more dependent on certain statistics. Rushing offense and rushing defense, pass efficiency offense and defense, and turnover margins are huge. These are vital in the NFL, but even more so when it comes to college football.
Being able to run the ball in college football has always been a key factor in the overall success of a team. The same adage also goes for teams who have the ability to stop the run. Putting these two factors together can produce a positive result in gambling because there is minimal risk for turnovers with teams that possess a dominating running game.
For 35 years, Doc's has been your home for college football. We have consistently beaten the books with our vast knowledge of how to bet college football, including numerous scouts and key information guys for around the country. Be sure to check in with us throughout football season for another weekend of big game winners.