2017 NCAA Football Betting: Profitable Bets For Online Bookie Agents

Tuesday, 08 August 2017 / Published in News

The NCAA football season kicks off at the end of this month, and online bookie agents should be promoting some of most profitable bets available for this season.

NCAA football betting offers a variety of profitable bets that punters can make this season.

Let’s look at a few great bets that should make online bookie agents a nice profit in 2017.

Alabama Total Wins Over/Under 10.5

Since taking over the reins of Alabama, Nick Saban has failed to win 11 games or more in a season two times.

The last time it happened was in 2010. That year saw the Tide win exactly 10 games.

The team is –200 to win more than 10.5 games, while registering at +160 to win under 10.5 games.

Sharp bettors could see the Tide having an off year, but they will most likely see this team reaching 11 or more wins and challenging for a National Title.

The team has a solid starting quarterback and a great set of running backs. It should be a given this team collect more than 10.5 wins this season.

Wyoming Best Over Team

The Cowboys have an outstanding quarterback in Josh Allen, who threw 28 touchdowns last season.

Unfortunately, Allen threw an amazing 15 interceptions along with the more than two dozen touchdowns. Wyoming has an offense that will score touchdowns, but the problem is the defense will give them up.

The defense allowed 34.1 points per game in 2016, 101st in the NCAA. Pro bettors will eye the Cowboys as a team that will score, but shed points.

Expect them to beat the over most weeks this season.

Cincinnati Best Under Team

The Bearcats don’t have the same offensive problems that Wyoming does as Cincinnati can’t score to save its life.

Last season saw the team put up just 19.3 points a game; which ranked the Bearcats 123rd out of 128 teams for fewest points.

Online bookie agents should select Cincinnati for the under in NCAA football betting.

The poor offense lost coach Tommy Tuberville his job last season, and it won’t be much better in 2017.

The defense is good enough to hold teams to points in the 20s, but the offense is just inept.

East Carolina Worst ATS

East Carolina was absolutely atrocious last season. The Pirates were 3-9 overall and just 1-7 in conference. Quarterback Thomas Sirk is slated to be the team’s starter.

However, the big problem with that plan is Sirk’s injury record.

The Duke transfer cannot stay healthy at all, and the odds of him being fit for every game in 2017 isn’t likely.

The defense allowed 36.1 points per game last season and the team just couldn’t stop its opponents.

East Carolina was especially bad against the run. The Pirates lost by an average of 14.0 points per game last year. The Pirates aren’t a team to bet on against the spread.

NCAA football season is just a few weeks away. Online bookie agents should be prepared for a profitable NCAA football betting season.

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