The College Football Handicapper: How to Beat the Spread in College Football

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College Football Handicapper, 2006 - Football - 140 pages
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Improve your success on college football gambling this season and every year to come from a statistical expert. This book explains handicapping methods in an easy-to-understand format. You will learn: (1) which college football team(s) to bet on each week and which to avoid, (2) why to focus on the college game rather than the pros, (3) which statistical methods to use in analyzing each week's games, (4) what types of bets to make and to avoid, (5) picks made during the 2005-2006 college football season along with the outcome, analysis, and explanation as to why each pick was a winner or loser.
 

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Contents

Why College?
3
CHaPTer 6
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CHaPTer 7
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About the author (2006)

Bill Bravenec, CFA, a lifelong fan of the college game, began to suspect that he had a talent for picking winners when his gambling buddies began to ask his advice for which teams to bet on with increasing frequency. Since 1994, Bravenec's skill in picking point spread winner has increased, and in the 2005-2006 college football season, his picks were correct 67% of the time. Let him teach you how he does it!

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