In the latest sports news, we are taking a closer look at football, specifically that of the NCAA 2022 College Football Season. September will be bringing in hundreds of football games for you to watch. College football will be starting sooner, with Week Zero beginning this Weekend, August 27. There will be quite a few games worth watching, especially the Aer Lingus College Football Classic between Nebraska and Northwestern, to be held in Dublin, Ireland.
And for those who use their bookie software to earn money from football, you have over a dozen games to warm you up in Week 0. Week 1 begins on September 1, but the bulk of the games will be on Labor Day weekend. And since the NFL will not be starting until the second week of September, there will be a lot of football fans and bettors wagering on college football.
NCAA 2022 College Football Season
If you are wondering how do bookies make money, there are a lot of guides that you can read and study. But football betting is one of the products that tend to attract the most number and amount of wagers in most sportsbooks across the country. Aside from the events we mentioned in Week 0, and Week 1, other notable dates would be the college football playoff dates.
The Orange Bowl will start on December 30, while the Sugar Bowl begins the following day, December 31. The Fiesta Bowl and the Peach Bowl, both CFP Semifinals, will also start on December 31. As for the Cotton Bowl and the Rose Bowl, it will kick off on January 2, 2023, while the CFP National Championship Game will be on January 9, 2023, and will be held in Los Angeles, California.