College Football Bowl Predictions: Picking All 35 Games Against the Spread

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College Football Bowl Predictions: Picking All 35 Games Against the Spread
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The bowl season, as currently constructed, is 34 glorious exhibitions and one national championship. This will change slightly next year with the debut of semifinal matchups, but the exhibitions will remain intact.

You know who doesn’t mind exhibition football in any capacity? Absolutely no one, hopefully. But degenerate gamblers especially don’t mind having 35 more games to sink their teeth into.

The 2013 bowl slate has variety. While the early matchups won’t have you fanning yourself on repeat, these are better games than people give them credit for. And even if you disagree, there are point spreads to make even the worst matchups interesting.

As for picking said games against the spread, let’s celebrate the season accordingly. 

 

Picks Against the Spread During the Regular Season: 134-120-2

Spreads courtesy of VegasInsider.com

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