College football is a game of emotion and many times teams off of a big win will gain some momentum that will carry over to the following week. Bettors who have caught on to the momentum angle have cashed plenty of tickets using several simple systems.
The first system doesn’t happen too often, but it has been a solid money-maker when it does and that is to simply take any team that won each of its last two games by at least 28 points when they are facing a team that allowed at least 38 points in its last game. These teams are a solid 112-53-1 (67.9%) over the years and 6-1-1 this season.
This week, the Arizona State Sun Devils fall into the method, having defeated Colorado 54-13 three weeks and putting a 53-24 hurting on the Washington Huskies before having a bye last week. They visit Washington State, which allowed 62 points to Oregon in their last game.
Another simple method that produces far more plays, but has a lower winning percentage is simple to wager on home teams that won their previous game by at least 35 points. Over the years, the system is a solid 712-557-26 (56.1%) and is at 56.8% this year. The sheer number of plays this method spits out puts it right up there with almost any system in terms of units won.
This week there are five teams that fall into this category; Houston and North Texas on Thursday night, along with Michigan State, Notre Dame and Utah State on Saturday. When the team involved is favored by single digits, the winning percentage shoots up to 57.6%, as these teams have gone 175-129-9 against the number. The two teams that fall into this category for the week are North Texas and Michigan State.
Cole started off as a part time handicapper and a full time computer programmer. After developing a computer program that consistently provided winners in NFL, NBA, MLB, and college sports Cole went into full time handicapping. The computer program and his knack for winners made him a rising star in the handicapping world. His complex computer program based on algorithms and analytical calculations have led to a 60% ATS rate.