A service that provides underdog picks VegasMistake.com comes out hot with two big college football upsets in week 1.
Betting on the underdog paid off big this week in College Football and sports analytics service VegasMistake.com made their clients significant returns already.
Vegas Mistake is at the forefront of the latest betting trend and have begun to set themselves apart from other services over the last year as squares bet on favorites and overs and lose more than they win.
This first weekend of college football was a perfect example of how successful this strategy can be as they called two of the biggest upsets in all of week 1 NCAAF. The first was the University of Wyoming Cowboys that were 14 point underdogs to the Texas Tech Raiders. After falling behind by 17-points in the 1st quarter, the Cowboys came storming back to tie the game, and would eventually go on to win outright in overtime by a score of 35-33. Wyoming entered the game at +445 odds to win outright, so bettors placing a small $100 bet on that play would have almost 5x their money in that one single play but that wasn’t even the biggest payoff for Vegas Mistake members.
One of the valuable edges that the team at VegasMistake.com has is their money management strategy and maximizing their wins while minimizing the losses. In part, they do this by predominantly wagering on specific underdog teams with huge payouts. Almost similar to the “Black Swan” strategy that hedge funds utilize and reap big profits from.
In their second big underdog win to open up week 1 of the college football season, and possibly one of the biggest upsets of the year, Deion Sanders’ Colorado Buffs beat out the 17th ranked TCU Horn Frogs at home. Understanding the hype behind Deion Sanders was one of the driving factors for the pick to Vegas Mistake clients. Colorado entered the game as 21.5-point underdogs and +825 odds to win the game outright. The teams would have a back and forth slugfest with both offenses moving the ball consistently and putting up points. In the end, the Buffs led by junior QB Shedeur Sanders who had 4 TDs on 510 yards passing and no interceptions. A huge debut for both Coach Sanders and QB Sanders as they put the rest of college football on notice that they’ll be a force this season.
The analysts at VegasMistake.com was all over both winning underdog picks. Not many services can make that claim after opening week, and many are rushing to get their own edge like the team at Vegas Mistake.
After one week, the college football season is already shaping up to be one of the best seasons in years. As many bettors are racing to get their piece of the pie, many sports services are doing the same and preparing for both the 2023 pro and college football seasons.