Arguably the most important statistic for a college football team entering a new season is how many starters are returning. That could spell trouble for Michigan in 2017 as the Wolverines return a national-low five of them.
College Football Predictions
Mar 20, 2017 - Matthew Jordan
One of the most anticipated events of every winter for college football fans is expert Phil Steele releasing his list of projected returning starters for every team in the nation. Your 2017 leader is Syracuse. Will that translate on the field?
The best time to bet in the Heisman Trophy winner marketplace is right now as those who backed Louisville QB Lamar Jackson at 100/1 at this time last year can proudly attest to.
I don't know about you, but I already miss college football. The 2017 season is a way-too-long seven months or so from kicking off, but there already are some key Week 1 lines set at 5Dimes. Let's take a look. Games on Saturday, Sept. 2, unless noted.
Things have gone a bit askew for the Alabama Crimson Tide since 2016-17 season wrapped up. But they’re still the alpha dogs when it comes to the college football odds for 2017.
College football’s National Signing Day has come and gone, and schools around the country will start opening their spring camps – Duke already has. Thus it’s never too soon to think about the new season and already the sportsbooks have released 2017 Heisman Trophy odds.
The South Point Hotel Casino sportsbook here in Sin City have posted an opening Point Spread for the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game on Saturday, Sept. 2 at the under-construction Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta with Alabama 3½-point-favorites over Florida State in a high-profile matchup between two of the past three national champions.
Because we think differently here at SBR Forum, we broke down the previous Super Bowl MVP winners by the college they attended. Here’s a look at the leaders and potential odds for players from those schools in Super Bowl LI.
So, let’s get a few things straight here. You didn’t land on Sportsbook Review by accident, and it’s a safe assumption that you clicked on this article because, like any educated person, you want to be sure that you’re making the best decisions with your money.