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2017 Early Heisman Trophy Contender

 Saquon Barkley Heisman Trophy ContenderOk, it’s a little bit early to be talking about the Heisman Trophy but since today is Saturday with tons of great College football betting action we thought it would be a good time to talk about potential Heisman Trophy contenders.

With only 8 weeks in the season, we and several online sportsbooks have taken notice of a few college football players that are really standing out this year.  There has already been some talk according to a few people trying to become a bookie that this year will be one of the toughest year to predict Heisman Trophy winners because of the quality of the players this season.

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College Football Week 1 Early Predictions

College Football Week 1 Early PredictionsThe end of August is near which means that the start of the college football season is right around the corner.  The first full week of the NCAA college season will start on Thursday, September 1, 2016 with 16 games to enjoy.

Of course, we are by no means downplaying the first game of the season which will take place this Friday in Sydney, Australia where the California Golden Bears will go head-to-head against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at 10pm ET.  It is just that this game will just be a warm up to wet our appetite until the heavy game day arrives.

The online sportsbooks, the football fans and the football betting fans have been waiting for several months for this moment so we thought that some early College football predictions we in order to keep the momentum going!

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College Football Betting – Week 6 Marquee Matchups

College Football Betting – Week 6 Marquee MatchupsThere are only two matchups this weekend featuring two teams ranked in the Top 25 – one in the Big Ten and the other out West in the Pac 12. Last weekend saw a number of key big upsets with four Top Ten teams all losing outright. Those results have shook up the rankings, as well as the public perception of many high profile teams.

The first such matchup by the online sportsbook has unbeaten Northwestern taking on 4-1 Michigan at the Big House. The Wildcats have climbed to #13 in the rankings, and Big Ten powers Ohio State and Michigan State not on their schedule this year, this sets up as one of the biggest games of the season for Northwestern.

Wildcats crushed Minnesota 27-0 last week as a small 3-point home favorite. Most preferred sportsbooks still don’t give NW credit, however, as Michigan is a huge 8-point home favorite. That line would suggest Michigan would be favored even if this game took place at Northwestern. The Wolverines also had a great game last week, beating Maryland 28-0 for their second straight shutout.

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CFB Bowl Betting: 2015-16 National Championship Game

CFB Bowl Betting: 2015-16 National Championship GameWe are down to the final two teams and the last game of the 2015-16 Football Season. Alabama shut out Michigan State 38-0 while Clemson beat Oklahoma outright by a comfortable 20 points margin to set up a #1 vs #2 matchup in the National Championship Game on Monday, January 11th from Glendale, Arizona.

Clemson was a four-point underdog against the Sooners, and despite having the #1 overall ranking and an unbeaten record, the Tigers are once again an underdog against the Crimson Tide.

This sportsbook pay per head lists Alabama as a big 7-point favorite – up quite a bit from the opening number. The Over/Under has dropped a few points and currently sits at 50.5 points.

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How Much Will Attending Super Bowl LII Cost You

How Much Will Attending Super Bowl LII Cost YouIt’s that time of the year again when two NFL teams are about to battle it out to earn the title of NFL Champion.  This year the New England Patriots will be taking on the Philadelphia Eagles on February 4, 2018 at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota.  The Patriots are the favorite at -5 and for those still hoping to score some last minute Super Bowl tickets, be ready to open your wallet.  Here is the estimate on how much will attending Super Bowl LII cost you this year.

It seems like every year the cost of attending the Super Bowl keeps getting higher.  However, to many, the cost does not matter as much as the experience of witnessing history.

We will start with the prices of tickets and work our way down to associated cost with going to the Super Bowl which include, cost of transportation cost, lodging and expenses.

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College Football Betting – Week 11 Marquee Matchups

College Football Betting – Week 11 Marquee MatchupsLast weekend saw a number of upsets, with three teams ranked in the Top Ten all losing outright. #2 LSU, #7 Michigan State, and #8 TCU all lost outright to shake up the top of the CFP Rankings. In case you missed it, we detailed how the CFP Rankings affect the pointspread earlier this week. Here, we’ll review the top games for this weekend in College Football.

Clemson remains number one this week after surviving late against Florida State last Saturday.

The Tigers were tied with the Seminoles in the fourth quarter but found a way to come out on top – even if they didn’t cover a big 12.5-point number. This week Clemson has a much easier task on the field against Syracuse, but are tasked by this sportsbook and even a few korean sportsbook to cover a huge 28-point number.

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Giants Fire Marc Ross on Gettleman’s First Day on the Job

Giants Fire Marc Ross on Gettleman’s First Day on the JobBack in July of 2017, Dave Gettleman was fired as the head coach for the Carolina Panthers. A few months later, he was back in the news after being hired as the new General Manager of the New York Giants. Yesterday, in his first press conference, Gettleman announced that the Giants fired Marc Ross after 11 seasons with them.

Ross joined the Giants as the man in charge of college drafting. He quickly rose up the ladder and five years later became the Vice President of player evaluation. Before he joined the Giants, Ross worked for the Buffalo Bills and the Philadelphia Eagles. Even though both men had to part ways, Gettleman only had good things to say about Ross.

"I worked with Marc when I was with the organization before," Gettleman said in a statement. "I have great respect for him and high regard for his work. Clearly, we're going in a different direction, but that doesn't make these kinds of decisions any easier."

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