Dig Yourself Out Of Holiday Debt By Winning Cash On This Weekend’s Bowl Games Through MYBookie

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Hey bro. How was your Christmas/Chanukah/Kwanzaa/Some Obscure Holiday I’m Unfamiliar With but need to include to appease social justice warriors? Personally, if I were to describe my Christmas in one word it would definitely be: joyous  loving expensive. This past week, I’ve been looking at my bank account with the same look my father gave me when I told him I wanted to be a blogger instead of inheriting the family construction business.

So lets change that.

We’ve got a primo opportunity here to secure some quick, easy cash, thanks to the upcoming slate of college football bowl games and the folks over at MyBookie.

For those unfamiliar with MYBookie, its the industry’s leading online sports betting site. MYBookie sets itself apart by providing users with the fastest payouts in the biz (all payouts are processed within 48 hours), allowing live betting (so procrastinators can place bets after kickoff), and rewarding returning customers with loyalty points that can be used to earn free bets and dope rewards.

If you haven’t fuxed with MYBookie yet, there’s no better time to get your beak wet than during the schedule of mouth-watering bowl games this weekend. Below, you’ll find the must-watch bowl games this weekend (in my correct opinion), accompanied with the MYBookie spreads for each. These games are going to be LIT and throwing some cash on them will only add fuel to the fire.

Friday, Dec. 30, 8 pm EST

Orange Bowl — No. 6 Michigan (-7) vs. No. 11 Florida State (Total 51.5)

Right this very second, Jim Harbaugh is venting his frustrations for being left out of the college football playoff by bench pressing in his garage while listening to Slipknot as his wife puts the kids to bed. But Harbaugh isn’t the only one with an axe to grind; Florida State’s star running back Dalvin Cook should be fuming too after he was snubbed of a Heisman bid despite setting new school records for career rushing yards (4,319) and touchdowns (45). If there’s one game to watch outside the playoff, it’s gotta be this one (…orrrr Louisville v. LSU).

Who ya got?

Saturday, Dec. 31, 3 pm EST

Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl — No. 4 Washington (+14.5) vs. No. 1 Alabama  (Total 110)

In all but one game this year, Nick Saban and Alabama have been double digit favorites. But, they did it in a year when the SEC has been less than stellar and their offensive line is shakier than a recovering alcoholic on New Year’s Eve. Granted, they have Jonathan Allen and like five other first rounders on defense so if Washington pulls this off it will be more surprising than Danny O’Shea beating his brother Kevin down Cherry Hill in Little Giants. Ice Box will need to come to play for Wash and leave Becky at home.

Who ya got?

Saturday, Dec. 31, 7 pm EST:

Playstation Fiesta Bowl — No. 3 Ohio State (+3.5) vs. No. 2 Clemson (Total 59.5)

Your 2014 and 2015 college football National Champions face off in a battle of two elite programs. The last time these two teams faced off was the 2014 when Sammy Watkin’s set an Orange Bowl record with 227 receiving yards in Clemson’s 40-35 win. Urban Meyer still tastes that defeat and probably has nightmares about losing twice to a man whose mother named him Dabo.

Who ya got?

Alright bros. I wish ya’ll nothing but the best as we embark on a whole new year. Let’s start it off by placing good bets and taking our bank account balances off life support. Ready, break!


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