Pick A Winner: FanDuel Sportsbook Offering New Customers 30-1 Odds For CFP Semifinals

Written By Dave Bontempo on December 30, 2021

Here’s four teams, two games, one moneyline choice and a reward of +3000. Welcome to FanDuel Sportsbook’s new user promo that entices customers to bet $5 and win $150 for the College Football Playoff semifinals. Both games are taking place Dec. 31. 

Pick any team to win its game and if it does, the user pockets $150. This is cash, not free bets.

Players can choose heavily-favored Alabama vs Cincinnati, solidly-favored Georgia vs Michigan or choose the dogs.

There are no spreads, no totals, no confusion. Just win, it’s that simple.

There’s some freedom of choice placed into this offer. Bettors have seen this promo all season regarding an individual NFL game. Now it’s two and the college football championship semifinals.

Special CFB Championship Offer - Bet $5 Win $150 In Cash If Your Team Wins

Ticket to the FanDuel Sportsbook College Football Playoff promo

Step one is clicking on the FanDuel Sportsbook offer above.

New users who don’t have the iOS or Android app will need to download it.

The next step is signing up for a FanDuel Sportsbook account. No promo code is needed.

Make your first deposit of at least $10.

And then, financially speaking, start working the ball up the field.

This offer is for new users only.

How to watch the College Football Playoff games

All three games, including the championship game, will be on ESPN.

Up first is the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic between No. 4 Cincinnati and No. 1 Alabama. Kickoff is 3:30 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Then it’s No. 3 Georgia versus No. 2 Michigan in the Capital One Orange Bowl.  This one follows at 7:30 p.m.

The two winning teams advance to the Jan. 10 CFP National Championship game.

Alabama vs. Cincinnati betting overview for NJ bettors

Alabama is the biggest chalk. The defending national champions can either be considered battle-tested or vulnerable.

The Crimson Tide lost to Texas A & M in October and nearly suffered a second loss late in the season. Alabama was on the ropes but came back to nudge Auburn 24-22 in a four-overtime thriller.

Alabama looked like it would not play the part of a national champion until its last game on Dec. 4. The Tide rose up and throttled Georgia 41-24, knocking the Bulldogs out of the number 1 ranking.

Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young leads Alabama. He completed 314 of 462 passes (68 percent) for 4,322 yards, 43 touchdown passes and four interceptions this season while rushing for three more scores.

His accomplishments included an SEC Championship Game record 421 yards against Georgia

Cincinnati did not beat any top 10 teams, but it did go 13-0. The Bearcats are the only undefeated team in the semifinals.  Their most notable triumph was a 35-20 victory over 21st-ranked Houston on Dec. 4.

Desmond Ridder leads the Bearcats. The quarterback threw for 30 touchdowns and 3,190 yards.

Jerome Ford pounded out 1,238 rushing yards with 19 touchdowns. 

Georgia vs. Michigan NJ betting spotlight

Georgia would like to forge a rematch with Alabama for the national championship. 

Quarterback Stetson Bennett leads the Bulldogs with 24 touchdowns and 2,325 yards this season.

Zamir White paced the ground game with 718 yards and 10 touchdowns. James Cook added 619 yards and seven scores.

Michigan caught fire late, pounding Maryland 59-18 before throttling seventh-ranked Ohio State 42-27 and 17th-ranked Iowa 42-3.

The 12-1 Wolverines are a ground machine. Hassan Haskins paced them with 1,288 yards and 20 touchdowns. Blake Corum delivered 939 yards and 11 touchdowns for this run-first offense.

Who will it be for the bettors: Alabama, Cincinnati, Georgia or Michigan?

The right choice is worth $150.

AP Photo/Darron Cummings 

 

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Dave Bontempo, a multiple national award-winning boxing commentator and writer, authors NFL betting columns for the Press of Atlantic City and others. He writes about all major sports in the booming legal New Jersey sports betting industry. Dave also hosts the Why Eagles Why podcast. Dave is a member of the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame and the Atlantic City International Boxing Hall of Fame.

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