SBRforum.com, a popular sports betting odds (http://odds.sbrforum.com/) news website, released more free college football picks (
http://www.sbrforum.com/free+picks/ncaaf/15807/free-college-football-picks-week-5-rundown.aspx) this week in anticipation of the week 5 matchups. The move comes as sportsbook (http://www.sportsbookreview.com/) enthusiasts are
preparing for another week of NCAA football predictions.
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“We’re adding more and more free college football picks (http://www.sbrforum.com/main/ncaaf.aspx) every week, from some of the best NCAAF handicappers in the business,” says Bill Dozer, SBR Forum President. “Bettors want expert opinions and analysis for the biggest college football games of the week and we’re giving it to them.”
SBR Forum recently set site traffic records, in large part due to its increase in free football picks (http://www.sbrforum.com/main/ncaaf.aspx) articles. Football picks are posted throughout the week on the front page, as well as in the college football news section. SBR Forum features college football odds (http://odds.sbrforum.com/) from all of the major sportsbooks (http://www.sportsbookreview.com/), allowing for a wide range of options for college football betting players.
In addition, www.videos.sbrforum.com has also stepped up its coverage of NCAA football picks, producing more and more expert panel college football picks videos.
For the latest college football odds and picks, visit http://www.sbrforum.com.
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