Bowl Betting Bonanza: Part III 

December, 30, 2009
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If you've been following the bloggy blog, you know we've spent the past three weeks breaking down every bowl game, from the Vegas perspective. We call all this goodness the Bowl Betting Bonanza.

In BBBI, we got some insight from linemaker Kenny White about the difference between making spreads for bowl games and regular-season games. In BBBII, handicappers Bryan Leonard and Brian Edwards and Mirage bookmaker Jay Rood added their smarts to our growing, must-consider-when-betting-bowls checklist.

For BBBIII, covering the bowl games between Jan. 1 and Jan. 6, I enlisted the help of these three guys: the blog's old pal Scooch, who runs the Orleans; a veteran handicapper who goes by the handle Vegas Runner; and another column favorite, Paul Stone, the Texas handicapper whose voice sounds like college football. All three of them had new criteria to consider when handicapping bowls.


To learn more about how to bet the bowl games between Jan 1. and Jan. 6, including Boise St./TCU and Florida/Cincinnati, you must be an ESPN Insider.

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