BetMGM is back with its 20-1 Touchdown promotion for week four of the college football season. We are still learning about which teams are real and which teams are fake. The “fake bowl” takes place this week in Lawrence, Kansas where two, surprising, unbeaten teams look to move to 4-0.
BetMGM Kansas Touchdown Promo
BetMGM is offering a great promo to get everyone in Kansas excited for the beginning of the football season. All new users have to do is bet $10 and they will win $200 if either team scores a touchdown in the game. That is basically free money at 20/1 odds! Just use BetMGM promo code ATS200 at sign up!
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- Click on this link or any one of them them in the article to be taken to the Bet $10, win $200 touchdown promo landing page
- Begin the BetMGM new user registration process and enter BetMGM bonus code ATS200 along with your personal information
- Use any one of BetMGM’s safe and secure banking options for example PayPal or Visa card to make your initial deposit of $10 or more
- Place a bet of $10 on any side in an NFL or College Football game for example Kansas vs Duke. If a touchdown is scored by either team get $200 win or lose! Plus win your bet and collect that once the game settles!
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Duke vs Kansas BetMGM Bonus Preview
The surprising unbeaten matchup of the week takes us to Kansas where the Jayhawks (3-0) welcome the Duke Blue Devils (3-0). Duke is looking to be 4-0 for the first time since the 2018 season, which was also their last winning season. Kansas has not been 4-0 since the 2009 season and are looking for their first winning season since 2008. This game will air live on FS1.
Through three games, Duke is scoring 36.7 points per game and is gaining 460.3 yards per game, 255.3 through the air, and 205.0 on the ground. Defensively, the Blue Devils are averaging 14.3 points against, and 348.0 yards allowed, 228.7 passing, and 119.3 rushing.
After three games, Kansas is scoring 53.0 points per game and gaining 453.0 yards per game, 194.0 through the air, and 259.0 on the ground. Defensively, the Jayhawks are averaging 27.3 points against, and 382.3 yards allowed, 244.7 passing, and 137.7 rushing.
I expect a lot of points and for your Kansas Jayhawks to win at home and be 4-0. Is the country ready for an “others receiving votes” Kansas team?