College football preview magazines release dates

We’re 15 Saturdays away from college football. Luckily, we have 39 more A’s-Mariners games tequila to help us kill the time.

In the meantime, here are some things I was looking at in between my Saturday-morning routine of body shots with my supermodel, baby mama fiancé, who I suckered into saying yes briefly before becoming unemployed.

That’s called strategy, boys and girls.

Expected release dates for college football preview magazines

Lindy’s – May 25

Athlon’s – June 5

Phil Steele – June 8

Blue Ribbon – Ship first week of July

Sporting News – ????

ESPN The Mag — Aug. 10 inaugural online publication — June 28.

Golden Nugget Games of Year

For the sixth straight season, Golden Nugget sportsbook director Tony Miller and his top oddsmaker Aaron Kessler will put up point spreads on a ton of the college football season’s biggest games in June.

Last year, they offered lines on approximately 100 different games, and their profit came down to the final game regular-season game of the year. Oklahoma State’s blowout of Oklahoma was a big winner for the Golden Nugget and helped Miller post a profit on his games of the year lines for the fourth time in the last five seasons.

Miller says an exact date hasn’t been set yet, but eager bettors should plan on being at the Nugget on either Friday, June 8 or Friday, June 15.

Who will finish higher in Coaches’ Poll?

Offshore sportsbook continues to be the industry leader in early college football odds. They have lines for Week 1 games, including Alabama (-14) vs. Michigan and Clemson (-5) vs. Auburn.

They’ve also matched up 20 teams and offered odds on who will finish higher in the final Coaches Poll.

Odds courtesy of

Auburn +180

Wisconsin -240


Notre Dame +105

Virginia Tech -145


Clemson -120

Nebraska -120


South Carolina -180

Texas -140


Arkansas -230

TCU +170


Michigan -155

West Virginia +115


Florida State -125

Georgia -115

Oklahoma -420

Michigan St +300


Oregon +500

Alabama -190


USC -155

Oregon +115

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