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Agents, Bookies Customized Pay Per Head Odds for FSU-Alabama Game

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Jun/18/2017

While all bookies will be offering odds on perhaps the season’s most anticipated College Football game, taking place in Week 1 no less, only the very best Pay Per Head companies will be offering more expansive wagering on the FSU-Alabama game.

AcePerHead.com will be offering a vast number of player props and specials for the game in addition to LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING right up to the final second of the game.  Try getting these features from the corner bookie.

Alabama is favored to win the College Football Championship game while Florida State had the third shortest odds, thus making this a marque matchup and so early in the season to boot.

AcePerHead.com is offering up to SIX FREE WEEKS to get you started.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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