Big Boy Bets is a lighthearted, conversational show centered on college football betting, hosted by Dan Rubenstein and former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz. The weekly show features the two longtime friends finding value in games, futures, props, and parlays as they navigate the college football season. Also, as the resident big boy, the always eccentric and opinionated Geoff gives weekly tips on how to best live one’s life as a Big Boy. And to be clear, being a big boy doesn’t require one to be big or a boy, but rather embrace a state of mind.
Week 7: Georgia big again, lovable home dog Tennessee, Texas in trouble, and more!
On the latest episode of Big Boy Bets, Dan Rubenstein and Geoff Schwartz handicap the biggest college football matchups of Week 7, including Texas-Oklahoma State, Baylor-BYU, Tennessee-Ole Miss, Syracuse-Clemson, Arizona State-Utah, and Georgia-Kentucky.
Week 6: Alabama, Georgia sure thing rollers? Nebraska due? Penn State road love at Iowa?
On the latest episode of Big Boy Bets, Dan Rubenstein and Geoff Schwartz look at Week 6’s biggest college football matchups and decide on their best bets. This includes in the Penn State-Iowa, Alabama-Texas A&M, Georgia-Auburn, USC-Utah, Michigan-Nebraska, and Oklahoma-Texas games.
Week 5: Cincinnati-Notre Dame leans, Alabama-Ole Miss confidence, Georgia-Arkansas logic, and more!
On the latest episode of Big Boy Bets, Dan Rubenstein and Geoff Schwartz look at college football’s Week 5 and make their best bets, looking at games like Notre Dame-Cincinnati, Penn State-Indiana, Alabama-Ole Miss, Oregon-Stanford, Kansas State-Oklahoma, and Arkansas-Georgia. They also discuss their very specific philosophies for wedding attendance and hosting.
Week 4: Notre Dame and Wisconsin do battle, Texas A&M and Arkansas intrigue, and a big Kansas State-Oklahoma State matchup
On the latest episode of Big Boy Bets, Dan Rubenstein and Geoff Schwartz give out their free college football best bets of Week 4, which include picking the huge matchup in Chicago between Notre Dame and Wisconsin, the major SEC clash between Arkansas and Texas A&M in JerryWorld, and the chances teams like Michigan, USC, and Oklahoma State have at covering spreads in tricky matchups.
Week 3: Alabama invades Florida, Penn State welcomes in Auburn, Oklahoma reunites with Nebraska
Dan Rubenstein and Geoff Schwartz reveal their Week 3 best college football bets on the newest episode of Big Boy Bets. They have questions, answers, and picks for Alabama-Florida, Penn State-Auburn, USC-Washington State, Oklahoma-Nebraska, Virginia Tech-West Virginia, and BYU-Arizona. Oh and Geoff explains what a “poop attack” consists of… because why not? Don’t answer that.
Week 2 Betting Guide: Ohio State’s superiority, Iowa’s experience, Michigan’s luck, and more!
On the latest episode of Big Boy Bets, Dan Rubenstein and Geoff Schwartz take a look at the lines, over/unders, and where the wagering money is going during a fascinating Week 2 betting slate that features Ohio State hosting Oregon, Michigan taking on Washington, Texas traveling to Arkansas, the Holy War between BYU and Utah, the CyHawk game between Iowa and Iowa State, and a couple more choice matchups. Don’t miss it!
Week 1 College Football Betting: Georgia’s challenge, Alabama confidence, LSU doubting, and more!
On the latest Big Boy Bets, Dan Rubenstein and Geoff Schwartz take a crack at picking the biggest games of 2021’s Week 1 against the spread (with some bonus over/unders!). This includes the monster matchup between Georgia and Clemson, Alabama squaring off against Miami, Penn State heading to Wisconsin, and more betting leans! They also talk Labor Day grilling and pool usage BECAUSE THAT’S WHAT YOU DO ON LABOR DAY.
Week 0 College Football Best Bets (UCLA? Nebraska?) + Summer Highlights
As their second season begins, Big Boys Geoff Schwartz and Dan Rubenstein take a look at the very short Week 0 slate (Nebraska vs. Illinois, UCLA vs. Hawaii, et al) and figure out how or if they should even feel anything about wagering on the mini-Saturday. They also look at some trends from the past few years against the spread and in the realm of over/unders, and determine why it is that certain programs like San Diego State, Cal, Auburn, Northwestern, and Michigan are unusually dependable when it comes to betting. Geoff also explains why he doesn’t go in Vegas . . .