FanDuel Promo Code For College Football Saturday & Ohio Pre-Launch Offer

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Week 4 of college football gave us several upsets and big blowouts. Week 5 is continuing the trend of exciting matchups. Games like NC State vs. Clemson, Washington vs. UCLA, Michigan vs. Iowa, Alabama vs. Arkansas and Wake Forest vs. Florida State will be big ones to watch. New users of FanDuel Sportsbook can sign up and receive a “no sweat first bet” to use on one of these games or another one. Use the FanDuel promo code link below and click “Play Now” to claim.

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FanDuel promo code for college football Saturday

Create an account at FanDuel Sportsbook to receive the no sweat first bet for up to $1,000. There is no code necessary to redeem this promo. Click here to claim it.

Place a minimum wager of $5 on any Week 5 college football game. If that bet loses, FanDuel will refund what you bet, up to $1,000. So, if you bet $50 and lose, FanDuel will refund you your $50 stake. The refund will arrive in your account as bet credits.

FanDuel Ohio pre-launch offer

Ohio sports betting has been reported to launch on January 1, 2023. FanDuel Ohio is currently offering users $100 in free bets for signing up for the platform early.

The $100 no-deposit bonus will not exclude users from receiving the launch bonus, which has historically been a $1,000 no sweat first bet. The $100 in free bets will be useable come launch day.

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FanDuel Sportsbook college football Saturday preview: No. 4 Michigan at Iowa

FanDuel has Michigan as a 10.5-point favorite in this Big Ten matchup. Iowa is a +300 underdog on the moneyline, and the over/under is on the lower end at 42.5 points.

The last time these two teams saw each other was in the Big Ten Championship in December, which resulted in a 42-3 win by the Wolverines. This time around, Iowa has home-field advantage, the same field where it’s beaten the Wolverines the last four times these teams have played.

Iowa’s defense is the stingiest in college football, allowing just 5.8 points per game so far. It’s also recorded two touchdowns and two safeties thus far. It’ll face a tough task, however, as Michigan has scored 200 points in its first four games. The Wolverines have a potent ground game behind Blake Corum, who leads college football in rushing touchdowns with nine.

Michigan is 4-0 to start the year, but it’s only played at home so far. This will not only be the Wolverines’ first road game of the year, but also quarterback J.J. McCarthy’s first road start of his career.

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