NCAA Bowl Season the Perfect Ending for a Wild 2013

To say that the 2013 NCAA Football campaign was anything short of unpredictable would be an understatement. Now with the regular season in the rearview mirror, fans and oddsmakers alike turn their heads to the highly anticipated bowl season. Ladies and gentlemen, this is college football wagering at its finest. Whether betting on the -8.5 favorite No. 1 Florida State Seminoles against the No. 2 Auburn Tigers in the BCS National Championship Game in January, or any number of the acclaimed Orange, Sugar, Cotton or Rose Bowls, there’s something for everybody on the NCAA Football moneyline this winter. Starting December 21 and lasting into the new year, a total of 35 bowl games will cap off a wild 2013 season. For proof of just how dramatic the year became, consider that Alabama, Oregon or even Ohio State found themselves competing for the title they were so heavily favored to win just last summer. Nobody ever said betting on college football was easy. Would you really want it any other way?