Week 1 is here! These are my top five games to bet in no order!
Over the last four seasons, Utah has gone 21-1 S/U and 14-8 ATS at home. For Florida with plenty of unanswered questions – how will Wisconsin transfer Graham Mertz fare with his first start for Gators against Utah on Thursday Night Football (-6.5 on ESPN)? Florida won this matchup 29-26 last season. Can Utah return the favor?
Can the Pirates keep that momentum going with new quarterback Mason Garcia in the Big House against a team without Jim Harbaugh on its sideline? East Carolina is a solid team, and this point spread is way too big.
Let the Joe Milton era begin! Tennessee is a heavy favorite against Virginia’s Cavaliers – who finished 3-7 last season and are counting on Monmouth transfer quarterback Tony Muskett to lead their offense. Virginia averaged just 17 points per game last season – this won’t do against Tennessee once their offense gets rolling! The Cavs do not have the speed to cover this spread.
Shedeur Sanders and Travis Hunter will likely make big plays, while TCU must adjust to a new quarterback in Chandler Morris while losing eight critical players to the NFL. I don’t think Colorado can keep pace with the high-octane Horned Frogs offense.
Indiana hasn’t defeated Ohio State since 1988 – an astonishing 27-game losing streak between Big Ten conference opponents. Indiana has lost the last seven meetings by an average margin of 29.8 points per contest; therefore, the line seems accurate. How long will it take Ohio State quarterbacks Kyle McCord and Devin Brown – both expected to play – to adjust in Bloomington? Expect Ohio State to pull away in the second half.
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