Bet College Football All Week Long
Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
“Saturdays are for college football betting.” How many times in your life have you heard that? If you’re like so many of us, you’ve heard it your entire life. In fact, that’s probably how you think of Saturday in the fall and winter: college football. High school football on Friday, college on Saturday, the pros on Sunday. That’s how it is. That’s the holy trinity, more or less of the American weekend. However, that’s not how it is anymore. Nowadays, you can bet college football on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and more.
Bet College Football on Tuesday and Wednesday
By the time you read this, it may be too late for Tuesday. But, there’s football action on the night. Big lines have become a mainstay of these games, which makes for big opportunities. For example, MAC-tion runs wild during the week. Akron plays at Kent State. Kent State is a favorite to, uh, say the least. Kent State is a favorite by more than three and almost four touchdowns. 28 points is a big line. What do you think? Can Kent State cover? Or, does Akron keep within four touchdowns of the score?
MAC-tion continues on Wednesday night, too. We’ve got many different lines (as of this writing) for Wednesday. For example, Northern Illinois heads to Ball State. Just as with the Tuesday night game, the home team is a big, big favorite. Ball State is a 14 point favorite at home. At the same time, Toledo heads to Eastern Michigan. This time, however, the road team is a touchdown favorite. That’s a lot of points to be giving on the road. How do you feel about it?
Some games are close, they’re “pick ‘ems.” These can be exciting, especially if they’re rivalry games, between two teams that really, really don’t like each other. That’s the case with another game on Wednesday: Western Michigan at Central Michigan. These are two long time rivalries. The teams recruit against each other. This is a game that they both circle on their schedules when the season starts, year after year. What do you think? The game is in Central Michigan this year. But, you throw the records out when these two teams play each other.
College Football on the Weekend, Too
We don’t want to give you the idea that the only college football that occurs is during the week. No, the weekends are still for college football. There are games all week long, really. On Thursday, you’ll have Utah State at Wyoming. That’s quite far from the MAC. Again, we’ve got big lines going in this one. Wyoming is favored at home by almost three touchdowns.
At the same time, in the South, we’ve got the “Write-In” game, where Tulane heads to Tulsa. This is, again, one of those rivalry games. Two teams that have a real history going at it. The game is in Tulsa and they’re almost a touchdown favorite. This could be one of those games where it goes down to the wire, but, then again, it could be over at the half, too.
Additionally, we’ve got games to ease you into Saturday, too. On Friday night, for example, we’ve got Big 10 and ACC actions. The Syracuse Orangemen go to Louisville, where they’re an 18 point dog. Then, in the Big Ten, the Boilermakers of Purdue go to Minnesota for what could be a very close game.
That’s just throughout this week. We’re all so glad to have sports back. In a way, it feels like they’re trying to make up for lost time. No matter when you bet online this week, there’s a college football game on.