CFB Money Leader, Scott Rickenbach, has been sharp all season long going 9-1 L10 guarantees and is 14-5 L19 selections, increasing his net profits to +1,217 this year. Scott is also 19-9 last 8 Saturdays. Don't miss Scott's Saturday football action or catch college best bets all season long!
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2018 CFB SEASON PICK RECORDS
College Football Expert, Chip Chirimbes, nailed 3 G-Play wins in a row and had a 5-2 record last Saturday! Get Chip's ACC Game of the Year & more!
CFB Money Leader, Scott Rickenbach, is on fire going 9-1 L10 guaranteed plays and 19-9 L8 Saturdays. Catch tonight's guarantee or 3 top selections.
Stephen Nover is climbing the leaderboard in NCAA FB going 11-3 L14 picks & 26-11 L7 Saturdays. Buy SEC showdown best bet or 5 top plays!
College FB Expert, Mark Franco, has hit 4 straight G-Plays, increasing his record to 63%, +1,033 TY. Score 3 picks or #12 Oregon@#25 Washington St. G-Play.
NCAA FB Expert, Pat Hawkins, schooled books last week with a 10-1 record, bringing his net profits to +1,010 TY. Act now for Saturday's CFB winners!
College Football Expert, Marc Lawrence, had a 6-1 record week 7 and is 15-6 last 21 selections. Don't miss Marc's CFB Game of the Week & more!
CFB Totals Leader, Alex Smart, went 8-3 last Saturday, is 5-2 last 7 guarantees & has an 11-4 over/under record TY. Grab Saturday's top side & total plays now.
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2018-19 COLLEGE PLAYOFF ODDS
OFF THE WIRE
The College Football Playoff began in 2014 and is a four-team postseason tournament for NCAA FBS schools. A playoff committee selects four schools to compete in semifinals with the winners meeting in the title game. All three of the games are played on neutral fields and the venues are rotated on an annual basis.
In 2016, it was Clemson blowing past Ohio State in the semifinal and edging Alabama in a thrilling victory in Tampa, claiming its first title since 1981, and just the second in school history.
Ohio State and Alabama are the only two schools to earn trips to the College Football Playoff in each of the first three seasons.
COLLEGE PLAYOFF HISTORY