CLEVELAND, Ohio — The 2016-17 College Football Bowl season continues with five games Dec. 30.
Some maintain that there are too many bowls (this season: 41). I do not. I cannot get enough of college football, in general, and even nondescript bowls can produce notable accomplishments by individual and team.
For the first time, I am going to pick bowl games against the spread — entertainment purposes only, of course. It better be EPO because, for as much as I love college football, I do not pretend to be an “expert.” Leave that to the likes of Phil Steele.
For me, college football is fun. Nothing but fun.
For 28 Bowls through Wednesday, I had gone a disastrous 10-18 ATS, including losses in 10 of the most recent 12. I am leaning on “favorites,” and they are fizzling. As an addendum, what has happened to teams that I picked during their games borders on the absurd, requiring 5 hours of explanation. And don’t get me started about the reports from the so-called “experts” that I studied before making the selections.
All that said: This is a no-excuse exercise, and I am responsible for my drowning. Picking CFB Bowls ATS is every bit as difficult as Nick Camino told me it would be.
Even though this is for fun, I was so angry about the losing ways
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