Wednesday, July 31, 2013

With US College Football Season About to Start, AllYouBet Favors Alabama for BCS Championship

NFL Draft Leaves American College Football Championships Hard to Predict but AllYouBet Favors AlabamaSo we're halfway through summer already -- must be time to start thinking about football!  The American college football (NCAAF) season is about to start and is taking bets on every game leading to every division title and the Bowl showdowns that follow. College football is always hard to predict, even harder with the loss of so many players to the NFL since last season.  Nevertheless, AllYouBet oddsmakers currently favor Alabama (+250) to take the BCS Championship Game on January 6th, 2014.

“The Atlantic Coast Conference has pretty much been a two-way battle over the past two seasons but that could change this fall,” observed’s sportsbook manager. “Florida State and Clemson are both contenders for the ACC's BCS bid (we have them both at +225 right now) but Miami-Florida shouldn’t be written off.”

“The former Big East has become the American Athletic Conference. If Cincinnati has a solid defence, the Bearcats will claim the conference crown. I don’t know if they’re ready to knock off Louisville yet though!”

“The Big 12 is wide-open since it has lost so many senior quarterbacks since last season. The Big Ten also suffered a few losses to the NFL. Montee Ball was taken from Wisconsin, Le'Veon Bell from Michigan State, Johnathan Hankins from Ohio State and Rex Burkhead from Nebraska. AllYouBet bookmakers currently have Ohio State at +110 and Wisconsin and Nebraska at +450.”

New players at can claim a Welcome Bonus of 50% up to $100 by using the coupon code ALLYOUBET. Applicable terms and conditions are provided at is an American-style online sportsbook taking bets on all popular sports including tennis, golf and soccer, providing attractive odds on US sports including NCAA and NFL football. Odds on college football games are posted under the “American Football” tab in the sportsbook (

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