College Football Is Officially BACK, So Put Some Action On The Games Using This Very Generous Betting Bonus From MYBookie
How’s your summer going, bro? Oh, you spent literally all your disposable income on friends’ weddings, electrical bills from keeping your air conditioner on for a billion straight hours, and takeout food because the thought of turning on your oven to cook makes your butt crack sweat? You’re in good company, my friend.
Well our long national swamp ass is nearly over, and with that comes a golden opportunity for you to make back the money you spent on your selfish friend Brent’s destination wedding.
That’s right brosephs, college football kicks off tonight and that only means one thing: BETTING $EASON IS BACK!!
Quite a few of you raked in some cash from our friends over at MYBookie last season and we want to give you the same opportunity this season.
For the unacquainted, MYBookie has made some serious noise in the sports betting industry for its comprehensive, user-friendly interface, loyalty points that earn users free bets, live in-game betting, and the fastest payouts in the biz.
But those are mere details when you consider the site’s juiciest perk: MYBookie is offering a 100% bonus for new players up to $1,000 using PROMO CODE: BROBIBLE. In other words, MYBookie will to match your bets dollar-for-dollar up to $1,000, which should calm the nerves of those who are hesitant to throw down their own money without a lifeline.
So now that we’ve established we’re all throwing action on college football games through the weekend, here are some notable matchups to consider accompanied with the spreads from the MYBookie website:
THURSDAY: Northwestern (+1) @ Purdue (Total: 52.5), 8 PM EST
Two Big Ten teams playing on national television who are riding highs from their solid finishes from last season has the potential to kick off the college football season off right.
FRIDAY: San Diego State (+14) @ Stanford (Total: 48.5), 9 PM EST
Stanford won’t soon forget Aztec fans storming the field last season to celebrate San Diego State’s last-minute win against the Cardinals, the Aztecs first win against a Power 5 team in 36 years. Stanford is a two touchdown favorite but I won’t be surprised if they pound SDS into the turf, especially considering the Aztecs no longer have the service of now Seattle Seahawk Rashaad Penny.
SATURDAY: North Carolina (+7) @ Cal (Total: 61), 4 PM EST
Gotta go with Cal here against the spread seeing as UNC will be playing bare bones after several players are serving suspensions for selling team-issued shoes (including quarterback Chazz Surratt). And for a Tar Heel defense that was piss poor last season, they’ll have their hands full with Cal running back, Patrick Laird (1,127 yards and nine touchdowns in 2017).
Enjoy your weekends sitting in front of the television with a few cold ones, my brothers.
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