Why Bookies Should Be Afraid of the Alabama Crimson Tide in 2017, 2018

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Jul/07/2017

There are plenty of reasons why bookies and sportsbook operators should be fearful of this year’s Alabama Crimson Tide squad. 

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Alabama is the favorite to win the 2018 College Football Championship. 

The Crimson Tide haven’t just won games outright, they’ve destroyed many a bookmaking operation throughout Alabama this past season with a 10-5 finish Against The Spread.  They were 8-7 ATS the year before but the bookies lucked out in the 2014-2015 season with Bama finishing 5-9 Against The Spread despite only losing two games.

In 2017-2018, it’s more a question of whether this Tide squad will be the power house they were last year.  If not, bookies may be able to breathe a sigh of relief.   

Despite what is likely to be one of the lowest recruiting rankings in years, Alabama is still expected to shine.

AthlonSports.com writes:

This figures to be a classic Nick Saban team. The offense will be rooted in its ability to run the ball with a deep group of backs and a dangerous quarterback in Hurts. How Alabama rebuilds the front seven will say a lot about the effectiveness of a defense hit especially hard by graduation.

The opening weekend should be tremendous  — a matchup with Florida State in Atlanta’s new dome. The result won’t knock the loser from playoff talk, but it’ll add a degree of difficulty before conference play even starts.

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