NCAA Week 12 Sportsbook Predictions & How To Increase Profits

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C Costigan
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College football rolls into its second to the final week of action. Most college football handicappers will look to wager on one of the following four games. Read about the games and then study up on the pay per head software tools online bookies will use to manage action on those games.

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NCAA Week 12:  Top 4 Games for Bookie Profits

#12 Syracuse Orange vs #3 Notre Dame Irish -10.5

Close to 60% are taking the 10.5 points on the Orange in this huge matchup. There’s a reason for that. Syracuse is the best team Notre Dame’s faced since the Irish beat the Michigan Wolverines in Week 1. There’s a big chance that Syracuse beats Notre Dame straight up on Saturday.

Per head agents must set max betting limits on the Syracuse moneyline. They must also use their layoff accounts if the Orange are over bet in their sportsbooks. If Notre Dame’s over bet, many sportsbook operators will wait and see what happens.

#9 West Virginia Mountaineers -4.5 at Oklahoma State Cowboys

It’s important to note that the total in this game is 72.5. Last season, West Virginia and Oklahoma State accounted for 89 points. If bettors create a liability on the over, bookies should use their layoff accounts. Also, set max betting limits on both teams to win straight up and/or against the spread. Use whatever per head tools are necessary to mitigate risk because these two often play close games.

USC Trojans -3.5 at UCLA Bruins

Although neither USC or UCLA are ranked heading into Saturday’s massive matchup, Trojans at Bruins qualifies as the most important rivalry game of the week. USC has been absolutely awful against the spread. So, it’s important to use the layoff account if UCLA’s over bet. If USC’s over bet, consider not using the layoff account.

Definitely set max betting limits on UCLA to beat USC straight up.

#16 Iowa State Cyclones at #15 Texas Longhorns -3

Iowa State has been fantastic since October. This battle should draw plenty of attention because along with Syracuse vs. Notre Dame, it’s one of the few games that involve two ranked teams. Handicappers have no idea which way this game goes. That’s music to the bookie’s ear.

Whatever liabilities are created, online bookies must use their pay per head software tools to mitigate risk.

Per head agents want to make the most out of the NCAA football season. The right per head software, tools and support can make that happen.

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