With the end of the year just around the corner it’s simply the best time of year on the calendar for online sports betting in world of college football. Online sports betting obviously caters to just about any kind of sports betting action you can imagine and college football is but one of the many offerings available.
However for a hard core college football fan there is no other sport on the online sports betting menu that comes close to matching it in appeal. Right now is best time of the year to be fan for college football, no contest. Bowl season is on the way with in four short days, the board for college football bowl games will be open.
There remains several weeks before the big time high profile college football bowl games get under way, but as many online sports betting fans know, it’s often the less popular bowl games that make for more sports betting fun. Watching two quality teams from lower conferences matched up with the mediocre teams from the bigger conferences often produces some of the most interesting online sports betting match ups. It provides a chance for online sports betting enthusiasts to see teams paired up that would not normally play each other otherwise.
Many fans often chose the big name schools in these match ups and that’s often a big mistake. Since the scholarship limits have been introduced in college football online sports betting there is much more parity in the sport than before. Often the top teams in the smaller conferences are just as good, or better, than the mid-level teams in college football.
One thing that online sports betting fans need to be wary of is picking a team in a bowl game simply because it’s a big time name. Take for example a team like Florida State, a great tradition, but an awful team this year. The Seminoles have no QB and cannot run the ball. FSU still has great athletes, but it’s probably not going to win any online sports betting match ups. However, because of its pedigree, it will still receive plenty of notice from fans, which is likely a huge mistake.