Last year, no sport was turned upside down more than college football. Out of conference games got scrapped. Many conferences started late while some cancelled all together. Big time players missed games to Covid. Some teams played 8 games, some played 11. The FCS, traditionally one of my most profitable sports, wasn’t even played until the Spring and even then only for a few weeks. It was a tough season for handicapping in College Football and for fans in general. Despite the challenges, we grinded out a profit last year. But I am so excited for the true return of NCAAF.
College Football Is Back
No sport can match the tradition and pageantry of college football. Whether it’s bleeding for cross-state schools with 100-year rivalries, or just tailgating all day in the sun, college football fans are one of a kind. Now, I didn’t go to a traditional college, I went to the University of Hard Knocks and then got my graduate degree at Gambling State. I missed Saturdays with painted faces, fight songs and cheer squads. I like the fact that for one day a week in the fall, small towns like Tuscaloosa, Norman, and Eugene can become the center of the sporting world. Even though NCAAF has become a multi-billion dollar business, I still see a purity in it when I watch passionate fans cheer on kids playing their hearts out in a game they grew up on.
That said, even more than the team spirit and the marching bands, the thing I love most about college football is…the volume. While the NFL offers 14-16 games a week, college football provides me over 100 games from which to select my bets each weekend. There is no way the bookmakers can be right across that many games. Advantages exist across the board, especially in the first half of the season – which is why College Football has traditionally been very profitable for me over the years. Let’s dive into my sports betting picks recap for the last two weeks.
Sports Betting Picks Recap
The last two weeks included the first two weeks of NFL preseason, which saw the Under go 14-3 the first week and 9-6-1 the week after that. Overall, KrackWins went 8-6-1 on the preseason (+4.2 units). PGA matchups went 0-2 (-2.7), MLB 7-8 (-1.9 units), and WNBA 4-2 (+2.8 units). Overall, for the past two weeks ending 8/24, we went 19-18-1 (+2.4 units). Nothing to write home about – but good enough to stay steady as we now head into the most profitable time of the year.
A number of College Football Futures and week one plays have already been delivered, including 2 plays where we were on the right side of a 3-point move. The NCAAF plays will be coming fast and furious so make sure you are ready to pounce with your books. Also, don’t forget about our sweepstakes. You can win a 3-month premium package. We have waited a long time but the high season finally is here!