College football season is only a few weeks away and the best time of the year is fast approaching. There's nothing like fall; the leaves changing colors, temperatures cooling down, as well as pro and college football every Monday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday (at least). 2022 looks to be a year of the traditional powers in college football. Alabama, Ohio State, and Georgia are widely expected to remain the top three and prime contenders for a spot in the College Football Playoff. But the fourth spot is wide open and other Power 5 contenders have their sights set on dethroning those blue blood programs.
SportsLine college football analyst Eric Cohen analyzed the conference futures from Caesars Sportsbook and found several values you won't want to miss.
Cohen is a former local drive time sports radio talk show host in Phoenix, having most recently worked for Caesars Sportsbook. He's also a college football aficionado who co-hosts a popular Arizona Wildcats podcast and attends his beloved Wildcats' games religiously, as well as the Fiesta and Guaranteed Rate Bowl games yearly.
We can tell you that Cohen is high on NC State at +750 to win the ACC. "Devin Leary is arguably the best quarterback in the conference, coming off of a 3400 yard, 35 TD season in 2021. With 17 returning starters and only one scary road game (at Clemson on 10/1), the Wolfpack present great value considering I'm still sour on Clemson and their, QB D.J. Uiagalelei, after last year's disappointment."
Cohen is also stumping a 16-1 shot as a legitimate conference title sleeper. Before making your conference futures picks, you MUST see these predictions.
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