College Football Bowl Action

The College Football Bowl games kickoff on Saturday with 5 Bowl matchups and our Expert Handicappers are ready

to roll at VegasTopDogs.

We have a lot of handicappers who sell picks on our site. Sometimes it can be tough to filter through everyone and make a decision on which expert has the best chance to make you money.  With the College Football Bowl games starting this Saturday we will break down some of the top experts from the College Football Season.  Other handicappers, well they specialize in types of bets. Some may be good at everything, others are better at totals than point spreads or vice versa.

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With the regular-season in the books, it’s time to focus our attention to the top handicappers to follow for bowl season.




If you are looking for one of our top bowl experts, A.J. Penny and his 58-33 college football record this season would be at the top of the list for most.  Hitting (64%) this year he is primed and ready on all bowl picks, which has netted his $100 players over $27,000 in profits. Don’t miss out on any bowl picks for 2018-19. Get signed up for a premium long-term subscription today for just $350.


Tony K:

No surprise to see TonyK and 3G-Sports as one of the top cappers to follow during bowl season. Tony is one of our top long-term earners on the college gridiron going 55-33 in college football this year and bring in over 14K for his $100 players. Be sure to grab his College Football Bowl Bonanza package now as he historically does extrmemly well during this time of the year.  Now is the perfect time to find a subscription that works best for you. Click here to view his packages!


Doug Upstone:

Doug Upstone has been at or near the top of the NCAAF leaderboard for most of the 2018 season. He is currently ranked No. 3, posting a 60% win rate during the regular season. There’s a good chance he will stay hot, as Doug has hit 61% (88-56) of all his bowl plays going back to 2014. If you are struggling to pick winners on your own, I encourage you to give Doug Upstone a try!


Ray Monohan

Here’s another guy that consistently shows to have an edge over the books in the College Football. He’s  delivered $93,000 in profits for his dime players this week.  A big chunk of those profits have come after the first month of the season. Ray has been hot across all leagues the past 30 days.  Find out what premium packages Ray has to offer and start winning more of your bets. Check out his premium plays here!


Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott setting records for Dallas


When Tony Romo went down for a large part of the 2016 season with a compression fracture in his vertebrae in a preseason game, the fans of Dallas certainly weren’t sure as to what to expect for the upcoming season. Tony had been their resilient leader for many years – to some Romo is a choker and subpar QB, but in reality he has been a great QB for his very
reputable career. Romo was looking to be out of the game for roughly
6-10 weeks. With those kinds of numbers, that would put him available for the field around week 8 against the Eagles and their rejuvenated defensive line, with Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham leading them.

In steps in 23 year old rookie, Dak Prescott, and in a mere 5
games, he has given them around 250 YPG, 101
.5 QB rating, and leading the Cowboys to a 5-1 start.

He has been nothing short of excellent from what has been seen of his on field play. He just threw his first INT in game 6 on Sunday vs the Packers.

Prescott is playing for one of the biggest brands in football – and that on its own carries a burden and he has handled it amazingly well. Dak has not shown any signs of being afraid of playing on the big stage as a rookie, and has displayed great leadership and poise for his team. The Cowboys have obviously had their issues with Romo going down before – but things look vastly
different now. In particular to how they looked last year, when Romo
went down – and they had Matt Cassel leading the team onto the field. Prescott is already far ahead of the learning curve for the Cowboys.

Prescott will without question be the heir apparent to Romo in Dallas. The main question that has to be discussed, is when? Romo has had more than his share of injuries, and he has beaten and battered for numerous long years in the NFL. Regardless of the naysayers and the “haters” –
Romo has continued to put up excellent numbers for a Cowboys team that he has carried for years. But there
comes a time when GMs and coaches have to save players from themselves. This could be that time. Romo would, of course,
immediately going to give value
and pride to the Cowboys – but Prescott is bringing more than enough quality as well. At this point Dak and Ezekiel Elliot could be Co-MVP’s or Rookies of the Year.

Romo is a great vet to learn from, and brings know-how to the table for any young QB to listen to. The Cowboys already have a dynamic duo with Ezekiel Elliot and Dak Prescott. Elliot has given them 546 YDs
and 5 TDs
– while Dak has involved players like slot receiver, Cole Beasley, who instantly has become the Cowboys top targeted receiver.

There is too much that points in the direction of letting Prescott keep the helm. As well as having a smart and established QB like Tony Romo being able to mentor and coach up your future is a super advantageous thing to have – and if the Cowboys go in that direction – they are lucky to have that possibility.

Prescott has been one of the biggest surprises of the NFL season – and the moment Dak was given the opportunity to take the reigns – he took them and held them tight. His accuracy has been excellent at 67% – ahead of greats like Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger. And his QB rating also puts him in the top ended category of QBs.

Of course Prescott will have his bumps along the way – it’s normal. But in complete honesty – it is not going to be the end of the world to have Prescott taking charge of the Cowboys offense going forward. Give him the wheel and let him play.
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