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Developing Headlines this NCAA Online Betting Offseason

Developing Headlines this NCAA Online Betting Offseason

Posted by: Mike Davis

We’re still a long ways off from the start of the NCAA online betting season, and with the college basketball season coming to a close this past Monday, it will be a while before players are able to wager on collegiate sports. But that doesn’t mean that it’s time to relax. In fact, like Muhammad Ali never said, the wager is won behind the lines, in the preparation. So, as we dive deeper into this offseason, bettors can begin to prepare to make next year’s season as profitable as possible.


Latest NCAA Online Betting News


As we progress to the inevitable start of next year’s season, those who bet on college football can keep an eye out for developing stories, the latest signings, and the latest drama across the nation unfold. Apart from any odds-changing news, there are just a handful of storylines for fans to keep an eye out for.

Green with Envy

Some recent headlines made by Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly involved Kelly’s disapproval of DeShone Kizer’s decision to leave the program and head towards the NFL. Kizer was the Fighting Irish’ quarterback, and there’s no doubt that Kelly is less than ecstatic about having to find a new player to sling the pigskin.

‘He should still be in college….He needs more time to grow in so many areas, not just on the field but off the field.” Kelly stated to reporters.

Kelly has a history of making outlandish NCAA online betting comments once he loses his cool and this could be just another example. It could also be seen as a coach being as honest as possible, but seeing a scenario in which Kizer’s decision to not listen to his coach’s advice is met with a blunt rebuke is much more believable.

Other QB News

Chad Kelly, former Ole Miss quarterback, was making headlines for not being invited to the NFL Combine, and instead had to host a Pro Day in Oxford that was not as successful as Kelly would’ve liked.

“I tried pushing through it this whole week and it felt good,” Kelly stated. “Then I just kind of threw one, turning my wrist over pretty hard, and it felt weird… The guys decided to call it quits for the day and hopefully come back in a week or two and see how it is.”

Dying for Ryan

Although Rex Ryan may not be the most popular head coach, his flamboyant personality should be a perfect fit for television. Considering his resume, there weren’t too many NFL teams, or collegiate teams, that were interested in gambling with Ryan. So instead of trying his luck in the ‘Not For Long’ league, Ryan has decided to try his luck in broadcasting. Ryan will be making his television debut during Florida State’s spring game this upcoming Saturday, before joining the cast of Sunday NFL Countdown  this fall.

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