College Football Betting – Week 1 Odds (Middling Galore)

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C Costigan
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College Football Betting – Week 1 Odds

College Football betting Week 1 odds were all over the map.  You can find all the latest betting odds at Online Sportsbook section here

Minnesota vs. Syracuse offered a good middling opportunity early on with featuring a line of Minnesota -6 and Sports Interaction having a line of Syracuse +7 ½.  Bet both sides and if Minnesota wins by 7 points, you win both bets!

Georgia vs. Oklahoma State featured a line of OK State -5 ½.

A lot of "sharps" were betting Nevada and there was a middling opportunity here with Notre Dame a -13 ½ favorite at and Nevada at +14 ½ everywhere else.

Missouri vs. Illinois was Fighting Illini -6 ½ across the board.

Louisiana Tech vs. Auburn also offered the opportunity to win both sides with Auburn a -12 ½ favorite at and Louisiana Tech at +14 at Sports Interaction.  Should Auburn win by a lucky 13 points, you win both bets.

Connecticut vs. Ohio hadn't been getting a whole lot of betting action as one might expect.  The line was mostly Ohio Buckeyes -3 ½.

Brigham Young vs. Oklahoma was getting lots of lopsided action for the favorite Oklahoma Sooners.  A middling opportunity was here as well. had Oklahoma as a -21 ½ favorite while BYU came in at +23 at Sports Interaction.
Another middling opportunity was found at with Texas A&M as the -13 ½ favorite while Sports Interaction had New Mexico at +15.

Army vs. Eastern Michigan offered a sweet middling opportunity on a game the oddsmakers were likely to overlook. had Army at +5 ½ while everyone else had the line at Eastern Michigan -3 ½, meaning you could win both bets if Easter Michigan were to win by 4 or 5 points.

Virginia Tech vs. Alabama was Crimson Tide -6 ½ across the board.

Buffalo vs. Texas El Paso was yet another game the oddsmakers would be overlooking on Saturday with Texas El Paso a -8 ½ favorite at and other books offering a line of Buffalo +9 ½ and +10. 
Maryland vs. California featured a line of Cali -21 across the board.

Christopher Costigan, Publisher

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