What you can do to prep for the 2015/2016 NCAA Football seasonWith college football season just around the corner, it’s time to prepare for the upcoming season. Hundreds of teams will come out to play in one of the most prestigious leagues in the country and while it might not be the big time, many of these players will go on to play for the best teams in the United States. As such, it’s a good idea to stay involved if you love your football. These teams comes from all around the country with thousands of fans behind them, waiting for their school or team to come out ahead. While baseball might be the national past time, college football truly brings the country together.

It’s not always easy to follow the scene however, with 252 teams competing over 23 conferences it can be hard to keep up with all the goings on. So that’s where the hard part comes in. If you’re a sports bettor or just a devout sports fan, it can be hard to keep up with all the action.

1.       Make sure your bookmarks are all set up

Have you got your internet connection at the ready? Is your browser set up and ready to go? These days’ newspapers probably won’t be able to handle all the news and analysis that makes sports so much fun to follow. If you’re a bettor, you need this information if you want to be successful. All in all, you’re going to have to make use of the internet if you want to stay up to date with all the happenings in division one college football. So where do you start? The obvious answers: ESPN.com and CBSSports. Then you have to find the more specialised sites, some that ask for payment for tips, but usually will provide the best College Football Odds 2015 .


2.       Pick your teams

Many people will have “their team” and you’re probably no different. You will have a team from your local town or from the school you went to and you’ll support them. But you can’t watch and follow every single team in division one. It is impossible. You have to pick the teams and the times you watch, especially if you want to have normal day-to-day life. Alternatively, you can run six different screens at once, but I doubt you’ll be doing that.


3.       Know your bets

You probably won’t be able to bet on every single game in every single conference. Sometimes even following more than two conferences can get confusing. So it becomes important to make pre-season predictions. Will this team continue to soar or will the top team finally falter. You have to have the information that is provided to you from all the available sources if you are going to be able to accurately predict who will be the champion. If you’re a bettor, you’re not going to have a very successful season if the entire time between rounds is spent studying up on a large number of different teams. Narrow your focus and you’ll find ten times more success than you expect.


4.       Don’t be afraid to play for the win

While most of your instincts might be to play for the spread, don’t be afraid to play the win every now and then. It’s the riskier option, but will usually have a bigger pay off. With that being said, it is definitely a more situational pick. This will usually come from having a gut feeling about one of the top teams in the conference. You should always play the spread if you’re going with the underdog, especially with the NCAA competitions.


College football is one of those sports that towns will always support. No matter the age of a football fan, they’ll always remember their team. A home game can even be seen as a community event. However it can be one of the more in depth and overwhelming betting experiences even for someone who has grown up surrounded by the culture. It takes time to be the best. So take the next few months to prepare for college football season so that when it rolls around, you’ll be ready to take home a big win at that same time as your team.