Why Bookies Should Fear the Penn State Nittany Lions in 2017, 2018

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Aug/05/2017

The bookies should be fearful of the Penn State Nittany Lions this season as they have the 7th shortest odds of winning the College Football Championship game in 2018.

As a bookie or agent, you better be utilizing a top notch Pay Per Head.  This is a team that finished 10-3-1 Against The Spread last season, all but dismantling independent bookies covering a good chunk of Pennsylvania. 

First look at the Penn State Nittany Lions 2017 roster on NCAA Football 18. (NCAA Football 14 with updated rosters for the 2017 season).  Sports Gaming 1 suggests, offensively, this could be one of the best teams in NCAA Football.

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