Weekly College Football Live Lines & Betting Odds
He is outmatched here in terms of skill, but he can take risks, and he can make things interesting. Oklahoma should win at home, but this line feels overly generous. The first year of the Tom Herman era at Texas was mostly fine, but it wasn't perfect by any means. We should see a step forward this year, but there is still a lot of work to be done there. Maryland is a tough team that is very well coached. While it hasn't led to a lot of success yet, they are also going to be moving forward.
This game is on a neutral field, and the line feels like bettors are wearing a bit too much orange and wishing and dreaming instead of evaluating where their Longhorns are right now. I was expecting to be able to find value betting against UCLA in their opener almost no matter what, and I wasn't disappointed.
The Chip Kelly era has arrived with great fanfare and massive, almost impossible expectations. He will do good work there, but this team has been an absolute mess, so patience is crucial.
And he has to replace his starting quarterback as well. Michigan -1 at Notre Dame: This is the line that initially caught my interest when the numbers were released because it was, in my mind, insanely wrong. It turns out I was far from alone. The renewal of this rivalry after a few misguided years off opened with Michigan as a seven-point underdog. With their potent defense, Shea Patterson at quarterback, and depth all around the field, that was insane.
Whether you like Jim Harbaugh or not, the fact is that Michigan is the better team in this game. The line moved swiftly and significantly. I would argue that it hasn't yet gone far enough, so there is still some value in Michigan at this price. Florida State was a mess last year. Confused on the field and troubled off of it.
Both of these teams are very close in the national rankings, just one spot apart. He was decent during his freshman year, but there is pressure to be better. Star running back Cam Akers is also only a sophomore, and so this duo has a lot of time together.
The Virginia Tech Hokies are very deep at running back, and that will help them this year. So will having Josh Jackson for another year. Top receiver Cam Phillips took his talents to the NFL after four years so they will need to find a replacement for him fast, but they are in good hands. This will be a close game. Taking the points is probably the best option. Malik Rosier, who was a touchdown machine last year, will be looking to replicate his success for the Hurricanes.
Running back Travis Homer also had a major year and will be looking to top the yard mark, starting with week one. They will have their hands full in week one, but a decent year is ahead. Look for the Hurricanes to get by the Tigers. Ryan has been writing about sports betting for over a decade now, residing in sunny Orlando, Florida. He played 4 years of college basketball which gave him a true understanding of how athletes think and operate.
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