College Football betting picks against the spread December 26
I know you’ll be bored on Saturday after the excitement of Christmas. Fortunately, we have three bowl games for our college football betting pleasure.
For those of you that are new to this, I pick every college football game every week. Not a top five. Not a top ten. All of them. Big deal, right? Lots of people make picks. Well, I do them all against the spread! I take the odds of each game and average them out at all the Vegas casinos and round to the nearest half. There will be no ties here. Ties are for the other football.
I also assign a point value based on the confidence I have in each pick. 1 means that I have little to no confidence. 5 is one I would place a decent wager on. I keep track of my record and my points back from year to year.
As we all well know, this is not an exact science. Due to the volatile nature of betting in general, this is for entertainment purposes only! I cannot be responsible for the loss of money, possessions, spouses, or limbs because of my picks. I can’t have that on my conscious.
Without further delay, let’s get to the first Saturday of the 2020 bowl season. This day was supposed to be a little more busy, but I’ll take what I can get this year. Something is better than nothing!
(19)Louisiana(-14.5) vs. UTSA at Dallas(1): I don’t like that half at all. Give me UTSA because of it. Louisiana likes to grind. I think they win convincingly, but they can do that for under two touchdowns.
Western Kentucky vs. Georgia State(-3.5) at Mobile, AL(3): This looks low. The Western Kentucky defense is solid, but they’re going to need more than solid to slow down Cornelius Brown. I’ll take the Panthers.
(12)Coastal Carolina(-7.5) vs. Liberty at Orlando(3): Chanticleer mania invades Florida. Florida is going to look good in teal and mullets. I’ll take CCU. This team is very well rounded. Liberty is not.
Stay tuned throughout the bowl season for every college football game picked against the spread! I usually have my picks up about 24 hours before kickoff in order to get the most accurate spread possible. If I change one, I will post it on Twitter.