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College Football Betting: Information Key to Beating Bowl Season


‘Tis the season for college football pre-bowl game shenanigans. Coaches coming and going, suspensions, players sitting, and teams not giving a shit are just some of the many things bettors must consider before placing a wager. The good news is BettorIQ has you covered. Below is a list of pertinent articles that we’ve coming across over the last few weeks that should help you in having a profitable postseason.

The Mountain West handed down a bunch of suspensions on Nevada for its participation in a brawl vs. UNLV. It looks like four defensive players.

Utah State quarterback Jordan Love got pinched for pot but was recently cleared to play.

Friday’s Bahamas Bowl is expected to have winds 20-25 mph. And Thomas Robinson Stadium doesn’t offer much protection.

Georgia’s two tackles declared for the NFL Draft. At least one, sure-fire first rounder Andrew Thomas, will not play.

Interesting situation with Notre Dame’s offensive coordinator. According to Brian Kelly, it’ll be a “collaborative effort.”

Florida State doesn’t have a scholarship running back…among other issues.

Minnesota linebacker Kamal Martin declared for the NFL Draft and won’t play. He was second on the team in tackles.

Arizona State’s top receiver and running back won’t play.

Boston College running back A.J. Dillon passed on the bowl as well.

As of now, two Alabama starters are a no-go for the Citrus Bowl.

Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton declared for the NFL Draft and won’t play. Note that the SEC front of Kentucky posted season-highs in both tackles for loss (13) and sacks (6) against the Cardinals. Louisville faces Mississippi State in the Music City Bowl.

A bunch of Miami players aren’t expected to suit up.

We’ll add to this list as more information becomes available.