The calendar is about to flip over into the month of June, which means that we are now about 3 months away from the start of the 2022 college football season. In terms of wagering, there are some things that you can do now, such as picking conference champions, the number of wins for each team, and several other future wagers. Setting that aside, though, we want to take a look at wagering on individual games in the early weeks of the regular season. Even though we all have an idea of how each time might perform, the reality is that most teams, especially the major schools, have to essentially rebuild their squads every year, so we can take nothing for granted. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how to make money in those early weeks so you can prepare to bet against the NCAAF Odds.
How to Earn Cash by Betting On the 1st Weeks of NCAA Football
The first tip that has to be delivered is that you should not wager on every single game. That goes for every sport, not just college football, as it’s the quickest way to lose money. You look at the average Saturday during the course of the regular season and you will find a ton of games to wager on. Unless you have unlimited time, it’s simply not possible to do research on every game and come up with a consensus pick for each. Pick out some games that offer value and ignore those where the potential winnings aren’t really worth the risk of a wager.
Okay, so now that we know that, how do you go about picking the games to play? I tend to avoid the games that come with large spreads. This usually happens when you have a good Power 5 team going against a smaller school. It’s obvious that we will likely see a blowout, but the reality is that coaches don’t care about the point spread. They will use these games to try out their bench players, which means that the starters might get pulled early, which could have an impact on the final score and ultimately the spread.
Another thing to consider is sticking to one conference in the early going. Depending on where you live, there may well be a team or a conference that you follow more than others. If that is indeed the case, then it stands to reason that you probably know more about that particular conference and each of the individual teams and players. That already puts you in a bit of an advantage when it comes time to wager, so simply stick to what you know, while keeping an eye on the other conferences for future weeks.
If you do want to expand a little, don’t ignore the smaller conferences. Sure, you may not necessarily watch a ton of those games, but that is very often where you find the best value on any given week. The bookies are great at what they do, but you can bet that their main focus is on the bigger games that bettors are more likely to put their money on. There are going to be a few games every week where the odds are going to jump out and look like a mistake. Watch out for those and jump all over them. This is one of the best ways to make money in the early going, which means consistently looking at games outside of the Power 5.
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