If you run an online sportsbook, then you should be using a sportsbook pay per head software as soon as possible because when College Football bowl season starts, you will be laden with wagers from a full calendar. The full college football bowl schedule covers 43 games over three weeks from December to January.
You have already seen a few games on this series featured in sports news since the action started back in December 16. But there are still a lot of games that will happen up to January 8. After which, the college football playoff national champion will be declared.
But before the championships, we have the CFP semifinals to watch and enjoy. Michigan and Alabama’s game will be very exciting as we see the dominant Michigan try to beat Alabama, a team so experienced in postseasons. Meanwhile, Washington and Texas are both good teams with strong and deep rosters, so it will be very nerve-wracking to see who will win this one.
College Football Bowl Schedule
You should get your prop betting tips ready for tomorrow. December 29 gives us a lineup of three games with Clemson Vs. Kentucky, Notre Dame versus Oregon State, and Iowa State versus Memphis. December 30 has us looking forward to Maryland versus Auburn and Toledo versus Wyoming. On January 1, Wisconsin will face LSU, and Iowa will be playing against Tennessee.
New Year’s day is a particularly exciting day for college football (and college football betting of course). Oregon will play against Liberty, Michigan will be facing Alabama in a much-awaited match up in a playoff game. Washington will be facing Texas in the semifinal game.
Meanwhile, the most exciting game in college football will be on January 8. The National Championship will be held in Houston Texas at 7:30 PM ET. The game will be played between the semifinal winners, so wagering on this is still in the air. As soon as the games are over on January 1, betting lines will open for the Championship game, and the single biggest betting event in NCAA Football.