Free Atlantic Coast Conference Football Preview
Original Press Release Date: July 24th 2006
MADDUXSPORTS.COM — Free 2006 Atlantic Coast Conference College Football Season Preview
Madduxsports.com Presents Annual Atlantic Coast Conference Rundown for this years College football season
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 24, 2006 -- MadduxSports.com, a leading handicapping service, announced today that its free Atlantic Coast Conference preview is up and running online. Maddux Sports offers numerous free services, including up-to-the-minute odds from and links to all major sportsbooks, previews of football, basketball, hockey and baseball seasons, and daily picks.
Sal Selvaggio the President of Maddux Sports observes that “The ACC is just one of six major conferences that our site offers for free. We profile each team, consider key games in their 2006 schedule and offer information on each club’s history.” He adds, “It’s our belief that giving bettors as much information and sound analysis as we can are key to successful wagering against NCAA football odds. Foremost, we want people to win their bets.”
The ACC, which features 12 teams divided between two divisions, is highly competitive nationally, sending 67% of its clubs to post-season bowls in 2005. Prominent national teams include Florida State, Clemson and Boston College in the Atlantic Division and Miami, Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech in the Coastal Division.
“One of the primary challenges for some of the top teams in this conference,” notes Selvaggio, “is their need to go with untested quarterbacks. Clemson and Virginia Tech find themselves in that situation, however they also put two of the conference’s best defenses on the field. The ACC preview helps bettors understand how pluses and minuses such as these may play out.”
In addition to the free preview, Maddux Sports offers serious bettors premium college football handicapping picks at weekly, monthly, seasonal and yearly rates. In the last four years those subscribing to the college and NFL Full Season Picks Package have made on average per season from $5,670 (for $100/unit players) to $28,350 (for $500/unit players). The full season football package includes all regular season college and pro football picks, all college bowl and NFL playoff picks and all NFL pre-season picks.
“People who make money at sports betting,” says Selvaggio, “don’t do it on the fly. They do it over time, using the best information possible. For this reason,” he adds, ”our full season package is by far the best choice in terms of value and profit.”
To access the free ACC conference football preview at this full-service site simply click on this link: http://www.madduxsports.com/06-ncaaf/2006-acc-football-conference-preview.html.
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