College Football Saturdays are the holy grail for the sports betting public. The day kicks off at noon on the East coast and it’s a nonstop betting smorgasbord until the west coast games end at 2 am. Almost 4 am for you degenerates who stay up for the Hawaii game chasing (you know who you are). Then they climb into bed bleary-eyed, buzzed and with a lighter bankroll than they started. Well, we’re here to tell you it’s not like that for everyone. For the cappers on our Top 5 College Football Handicappers page, this is work. They spend countless hours poring over and dissecting the sometimes 70+ college football games that most of the betting public throw darts at. These guys are hunting for weak lines to pound and pass on to you. We’ve been reviewing and ranking sports handicappers for a long time and we use many factors to compile our definitive list of TopRated College Football Handicappers. Past accomplishments, recent success as well as our opinion on sustained future success are three areas we take very seriously.
We come across many different styles when we rank and review College Football Handicappers. Some guys pick tons of games, some pick 4 to 7, some just a couple. There really is someone for everyone it just depends what you’re looking for. We suggest trying out a couple of College Football Cappers before committing to one long term. Choosing the best college football handicapper for you is the goal. Our Top 5 College Football Handicappers page is updated monthly. Handicappers will go up and down the list (or in and out) periodically. Be sure to read the capper bios and Handicapper Review Pages carefully. Good luck to everyone and bet responsibly. If you would like to check out our College Football Handicapper Money Leaderboards CLICK HERE
Top 5 College Football Handicappers
1 Jack Jones
2 Bobby Conn
3 John Martin
4 Ray Monohan
5 Rob Vinciletti