Analyzing college football data over two to three (2-3) years previous is a waste, here is why.

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“You are who you are”.  This was a direct statement from Bill Parcells when asked if the Dallas Cowboys were a potential Super Bowl team.  He stated the Cowboys were 8 Wins and 8 Losses, mediocre at best and certainly no better than their record.   Same for college football, the players over a 2 year period are the key.  Anything more than that is smokescreen and has little value.   The college football game is consistentRead More

Press Release – Savvy Investor/Handicapper glad Wall Street took the “great unwashed” for billions

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Following years analyzing standard corporate financial data, Ed Stevens, a successful financial investor, found more integrity and profits in college football point spreads than stock price quotes.  Las Vegas, NV August 1,  2012 – Ed Stevens grew weary fighting for ridiculous investment returns that didn’t come close to preserving savings. Opening his mind and  searching alternatives, his lifelong hobby wagering college football proved far more profitable and exciting.  Applying the same skills used in analyzingRead More