Michigan State vs. Ohio State Odds, Betting Line & Game

My Big Ten Week 7 Picks Against the Spread

** NOTE: My pick is to the left. +/- indicates getting/giving points. All CAPS indicates home team. **
Here are my picks against the spread for Week 7 (Last Week: 3-3; Overall: 6-10):
IOWA +3.5 Penn State
Yes, Iowa is coming off a game in which they scored three points, while Penn State cracked the top 10. But I believe these teams are closer than you might think. PSU has been impressive but who have they really beaten? Pitt is considered their toughest opponent to this point and against the Panthers, the Nittany Lions managed just 17 points and Iowa’s defense is better than Pitt’s. I expect the Hawkeyes to win the battle at the line of scrimmage against a Penn State offensive line that remains inconsistent. I also expect quarterback Nate Stanley to bounce back after an abysmal game at Michigan. We told you last week about Stanley’s struggles against ranked teams on the road. How does he do against ranked teams at home? Much better. Two years ago, against No. 4 Penn State and No. 6 Ohio State he threw seven TD passes to no INTs in an upset of OSU and a near upset of PSU (21-19, TD on game’s final play). The senior will play much better this week. Kinnick at night is one of the toughest places to play in the Big Ten and the Hawkeyes have covered 70 percent of their games as a home dog since 2000. Take the points and maybe throw a little on the money line.
Michigan -22 ILLINOIS
After getting embarrassed by Wisconsin, the Michigan defense has responded. They have not allowed a touchdown in nine quarters and just three points in the past two games. Some of their more highly-touted recruits in the past two classes are emerging as key players, one on each level in defensive end Aidan Hutchinson, linebacker Cameron McGrone, and defensive back Daxton Hill. The same can’t be said about the offense, but here’s the thing. They can put up points against a bad defense (see 52 points vs. Rutgers) and the Illini D is bad. Moreover, after getting shutout in the final three quarters against Iowa, you can bet they will look to bounce back and build up their confidence before taking on Penn State next week. Without a running quarterback, Illinois isn’t as effective running the ball. An OK run defense (Minnesota) held them to 91 yards on the ground last week and now they face an even tougher defense to run on. Look for the Maize & Blue to score at least 40 against a poor-tackling defense, which means if the Wolverines hold Illinois to 17, this will be a cover.
Nebraska +7.5 MINNESOTA
After backing Nebraska and losing each of the past two weeks, as well as getting beat by Minnesota in each of the past two weeks, believe me…I’m holding my nose making this selection. The Gophers are undefeated but both of their Big Ten opponents (Illinois, Purdue) are in the bottom four in the conference in yards per play offensively and bottom three in the conference in yards per play defensively. Now, they step up in competition and are laying over a touchdown. These teams are evenly matched and the Gophers may be overvalued as they’re ranked for the first time this season. In the game after a team enters the top 25, they are 7-8 straight up and 2-12-1 against the spread with six outright upsets this season. It could be players getting a little high on themselves or the public overvaluing a team because they now have a number next to their name. I believe that’s the case this week.
Maryland -3.5 PURDUE
Right now, Maryland is a much better team. The Terps are fourth in the B1G at 6.1 yards per play, nearly a full yard better than the Boilermakers (5.2). For comparison’s sake, Wisconsin is third at 6.4, a gap of just 0.3 yards. Defensively, Maryland isn’t great (5.1 YPP) but much better than Purdue (6.2 YPP), who is last in the Big Ten. Again, for comparison’s sake, that gap is bigger than Maryland compared to Michigan (4.3) or Michigan State (4.5). Dig deeper and it’s a bad matchup stylistically. The Terps are 13th nationally in scrimmage plays of 40-plus yards, 11th in plays 50-plus yards, 10th in plays 60-plus yards, and one of four teams to have 80-yard plays rushing, as well as passing. Meanwhile, Purdue is 114th in scrimmage plays allowed of 40-plus yards, while Texas Tech is the only team that has allowed more plays of 70-plus yards this season. The Boilermakers simply lack the speed to keep up with the Terps, especially with several key front-seven defenders out, while Maryland has proven it can bully inferior defenses.
Michigan State +10.5 WISCONSIN
Right off the bat, let me state I am a little concerned about Michigan State going up against big powerful offensive lines like Ohio State’s and Wisconsin’s in back-to-back weeks. College teams simply aren’t used to that. Having said that, this is a proud, veteran group with five seniors and two juniors in their front seven. They’re not just experienced, they’re a talented bunch as well. They will be highly motivated to prove they’re much better than they showed at the Horseshoe. The Badgers are also a better matchup for the Spartans D. Why? The opposing quarterback. Jack Coan is no Justin Fields. He’s not as dangerous as a passer and not even close to being the same threat running, which impacted MSU’s ability to key in on the running back. It’s no surprise that in the one game Wisconsin had trouble running the ball (vs. Northwestern), Coan had his worst performance. Then there are the numbers. The Badgers are a 10.5-point favorite and the total is just 40. That’s bad math. According to Brad Powers of PreGame.com, favorites of seven or more with totals of 43 or less, cover just 43 percent of the time. Throw in the fact high winds are expected and this should be a close, low-scoring game, which favors the underdog.
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Official /r/TheB1G Week 10 Power Rankings

Week 10 Power Rankings:
Okay, Nebraska, we get it. You can brigade any internet poll. Congratulations. We had a record number of voters this week, as well as a record number of obvious troll votes that had to be thrown out (almost exclusively Nebraska fans, many of whom voted their team #1 and/or Iowa #14). This is a reminder that I remove those votes, so your blatant trolling was for naught.
Rank Team Points Average Rank Prev. Change Variance
1 Michigan 145(145) 1.00 1 0 0.00
2 Ohio State 311 2.14 2 0 0.39
3 Northwestern 669 4.61 5 +2 3.67
4 Penn State 680 4.69 3 -1 2.26
5 Michigan State 740 5.10 6 +1 3.34
6 Purdue 837 5.77 8 +2 2.51
7 Wisconsin 897 6.19 7 0 2.58
8 Iowa 1044 7.20 4 -4 3.65
9 Nebraska 1382 9.53 12 +3 3.49
10 Maryland 1471 10.14 9 -1 1.79
11 Indiana 1602 11.05 10 -1 1.50
12 Illinois 1707 11.77 13 +1 0.98
13 Minnesota 1723 11.88 11 -2 1.69
14 Rutgers 2017 13.91 14 0 0.12
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1. That’s three-straight dominant wins (42-7) over a ranked team as the revenge tour rolls on. Michigan won the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball and set the tone early. They sacked Trace McSorley twice on the opening drive, which established the kind of day it was going to be for the PSU offense (186 total yards). They bottled up Miles Sanders (14 yards on 7 carries), McSorley was just 5 of 13 passing, there were five sacks, and two interceptions (one each for Tommy Stevens). Once again Josh Uche led the pass rush with two sacks…he’s now second in the B1G with seven, all coming in the past five games. His quickness, speed, and athleticism are tough for O-linemen to handle. Brandon Watson returned an INT for a TD and Michigan cornerbacks now have scored four touchdowns, twice the amount they’ve allowed. Crazy. A PSU touchdown with 1:59 remaining prevented the shutout. Don Brown IS the king of DCs. The offense established the running game early as the Wolverines went 76 yards on eight plays on their first drive, all runs, to take a 7-0 lead. That was a statement in itself. Michigan outran PSU 259 yards to 68 with Karan Higdon going for 132 yards to give him seven-straight with 100-plus yards. Shea Patterson ran for 42 yards and accounted for three scores, one rushing and two through the air, including a pretty scoring strike while rolling to his right to Donovan Peoples-Jones, who now has seven TD grabs. Most importantly, the offensive line is developing into a strength. They not only opened holes for the running game but limited PSU to just one sack (3.5 per game coming in). Sitting at No. 4 in the CFB Playoff Rankings, the Wolverines are in a good place ten weeks in. B1GLove
2. Good news: our running game finally showed up again and Brendon White actually looked like a competent safety when he got the chance to play. Bad news: The defense still can't stop the run and LB play is still just as bad as always. Michigan is going to score at will against this defense. Up next: A road trip up to East Lansing where our defense will do their best to make Sparty look like an offensive juggernaut. Strangely enough considering how hotly contested OSU/MSU games have been lately, but Sparty hasn't actually beaten the Buckeyes in East Lansing since 1999. I wouldn't be surprised if that streak ends this week. topher3003
3. LeinadSpoon
4. Well, that wasn't what I expected. Michigan absolutely trounced Penn State in a game where the offense could do absolutely nothing to get going. If not for a Tommy Stevens garbage time TD, the Lions would have been shutout. I have to give the defense some credit for keeping the game within two scores up until the half. I don't even fully fault them for the second half collapse because they were tired from being on the field for ⅔ of the game - the offense did little other help. Hot take: at this point, I don't think the Lions should be ranked. Even our best wins are unconvincing, looking back. My confidence in Rahne is shaken as any chance we have have left for a second tier bowl game hinges on this weekend against Wisconsin. 2ndHalfTeam
5. A solid win over a program in turmoil and it seems MSU is getting this season back on track. The defense is coming around nicely as players return from injury. The offense is still shaky as neith QB looked good this week. The wind was certainly a factor, but the Lewerke injury and Lombardi's inexperience make things tough moving forward, despite the plan to stick with Brian for the moment. Next week is a big game against an OSU team that has struggled as of late. Getting a win here puts MSU in line for a NY6 bowl if cards begin to fall in the right way. FoxMcbowser42
6. Purdue knocked off another Top 25 team at Ross-Ade to improve to 3-0 on the season. It's incredible how different this team looks now vs. the first three weeks. David Bloug had two killer interceptions, but he also had three long touchdown passes and another short one to help Purdue secure the game. The end of the game was a thriller; after allowing Iowa to take a one point lead, Purdue's final drive started from midfield and included a 4th and 2 conversion. Spencer Evans converted a chip shot field goal for the game winner. Next weekend, the Boilermakers go on the road to Minnesota, witha good chance to become bowl eligible before the last game of the season for the first time since...who can remember that long ago. dgahimer
7. Woo, we beat Rutgers! Hornibrook did not have a good day in his return from his concussion. He went 7/16 with 2 INTs, but the worst was that right before halftime he was tackled, landing on the back of his helmet and had to leave the game. On the bright side, coming out of halftime the Badgers said, "You know what? We really don't need to pass the ball." Wisconsin did not throw a pass in the 3rd quarter and unlike last week, Jonathan Taylor was able to carry the offense in Hornibrook's absence (with a little help from the O-line of course) to the tune of 208 yds and 3 TDs. Although Rutgers was able to score some points in the 4th quarter, the game was effectively over after the 3rd. pianobadger
8. Missed the game. Got married. Pretty sure I got the better end of that deal. Heard there was some suspect officiating and some terrible secondary play by Iowa. trumpet_23
9. In a season like this, the best medicine is to find the good things to build on. Well I’ll take the bitter pill and talk special teams. How is it possible to be so grotesquely terrible at every single facet of special teams? We get punts blocked, but even clean punts don’t go very far. We always lose the field position game. We miss field goals and PATs. We kick off out of bounds. When we manage to keep the kickoff in play, we can’t stop long returns. We are terrible at our own kick returns. We do this? On the bright side, the rest of the season really looks winnable. But also losable. This week is Illinois, Nebraska holds the all-time lead 11-3-1. Nebraska_Actually
10. Guess I'll start out with the happenings of last week... The BoR's decision to retain Durkin, Evans, and Loh was unfathomable. Even if you didn't care about the optics, the two reports outline so many failings and infighting at all levels of the university that there is no way to continue with the status quo. And the media is so caught up in their narrative that the culture killed a player that no one has even bothered to talk about the fact that the trainers who failed to properly treat McNair are still employed. The very students that organized protest at the decision to retain Durkin failed to show up and support the student-athletes even after he was fired. Then we have a backup punter tried to use the situation to air his own personal grievances by running media and the Murphy law firm to slander a teammate. As someone who loves my university, it's painful to witness this whole situation. I have so much respect for the players and their handling of this because their resilience through this challenging time is one of the few bright spots of the last few months. Anyways, onto our previously scheduled programming. It's gotten kinda bland writing this blurb because I probably could have gotten away with only writing two of them this whole season. Last week Maryland's run game was unstoppable and the pass game got involved against a bad opponent. This week we faced a tough run defense and the Maryland offense looked completely inept from start to finish. Stop me if you've heard this before. Maryland has not played a game that was within 21 points since Week 1. Down 17-3 in the 4th quarter, Maryland very nearly flipped the script. With MSU backed up in their own redzone, Byron Cowart corralled a deflected pass and was going to take it to the house for a pick-6. However a MSU player snuck up on his blindside and punched the ball out short of the goal line. Michigan State recovered the ball in the endzone, gaining them 4 yards on the play and would score an 80yd rushing touchdown on the next. So it goes. Next week is basically the last chance for Maryland to reach a bowl. They hit the road to play Indiana before facing Ohio State and Penn State. Pray that the trend continues. Wicked_UMD
11. BYE manofruber
12. There really was nothing to say about the Illini game 2 weeks ago against Maryland. Last week was a whole new game and we would have won 55-17 if the second team didn't allow 2 garbage time TDs. Nonetheless, this was probably the most complete game I have seen from the Illini. Our offense exploded for 646 yards with Reggie Corbin and AJ Bush contributing all but 92 of the yards. On defense however, we allowed 436 yards which really isn't an improvement with Lovie as the play caller. Yes there were blitzes and packages other than a boring Cover 2, but our linebackers and DTs are too inexperienced and continuously missed tackles, mis read the offense and failed to adjust to the playcall. This defense is not ready for prime time play and will need to grow and mature to compete at a high level week after week. Nebraska next week scares me, especially with the way their offense has been playing. But in the end, all hope is not lost, at least until Saturday. the_reddit_intern
13. No offense to the Illini but that was embarrassing on so many levels. I feel like a broken record with these losses, giving up huge plays repeatedly is killing us. There is not much to highlight on the Minnesota side of the ball in this one, the one optimistic point is the firing of defensive coordinator Robb Smith. I've been calling for it for a couple of weeks now, however I assumed due to the friendship between Fleck and Smith that it wouldn't happen until the end of the season. Nice to see Fleck make the hard decisions. Our schedule does not get any easier, so interim DC Joe Rossi and Fleck have some scheming to do if they want to at least match years win total. kShnarsty
14. Good teams win, great teams cover. And this past Saturday, Rutgers was a great team (at least for bettors who took them to cover the -29 spread). Screw that shark making tons of money betting against Rutgers in Vegas earlier in the season. Blink for a second, and what do you know, Rutgers is now a decent 4-5 on covering the spread this season. Anyway, enough of my NJ self-loathing. This Rutgers performance was what fans were expecting all year. Solid and competitive against top teams, that's all we were asking for. Sure, Wisconsin isn't the playoff hopeful they were at season start, but this is still a really good football team, though "One Horni Boi" played poorly. And sure, the 14 point margin occurred only with 1 minute left in the game, but I'll take it. It was a breakout performance for RB Raheen Blackshear, who caught 8 passes for 152 yards and a TD. QB Art Sitkowski actually played "Lit-kowski" with a 261 yards and 1 TD, and importantly, no turnovers for the second straight game. Hopefully we play a solid game against Michigan, who beat us a by a super embarrassing 78-0 score the last time they played us in Piscataway. MRC1986
Points are the summation of every voter's ranking for that team, therefore lower scores are better. This works because unlike the AP, Coaches, or /cfb polls, every team is ranked in every vote. If x votes were counted, the best possible score is x and the worst possible score is 14x. #1 votes are in parentheses.
Average Rank is the points divided by the number of votes. This will allow for comparison from one week to the next.
Prev. is the Rank from the previous week.
Change is the change in average rank from the previous week.
Variance is a measure of how much agreement there was between voters. A zero means all voters ranked a team the same, and a higher number means a team's ranking was more controversial.
I will always remove obvious spam votes from the poll. I also remove votes that were obviously unfair to one or more teams in a negative way. I chose to leave homer votes that were otherwise fair alone. The "Pretty Graphs" include the votes that were excluded from the poll. Voters may have ties in their rankings.
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Week 1 Betting Lines

So a few weeks ago I compiled all the early week one betting lines and was asked to do this weekly so here it is.
I will choose 5 games against the spread each week and keep track of my record. This week my choices are as follows: 1. Troy +11 @ Boise St. 2. Nevada +24 @ Nortwestern. 3. FIU +17 @ UCF 4. FAU +9.5 vs Navy (all aboard the joey freshwater hype train) 5. CSU +5 @ Colorado
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
FIU @ UCF UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -17 Locked UCF -17 UCF -16.5 UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -16.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -24 UM -24 UM -24.5 UM -25 UM -25 UM -24.5 UM -25 Locked UM -24
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -19 Locked OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5
Ohio State @ Indiana tOSU -21.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -21 tOSU -21.5
ULM @ Memphis MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26 MEM -25.5
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -23 ASU -22.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -22
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 Locked EMU -14
Navy @ FAU Navy -9.0 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -10 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.0
Washington @ Rutgers UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -28 UW -28 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin Wisc -27.0 Wisc -28 Wisc -28 Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Locked Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Wisc -28.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -4.0 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -4.0 BC -4.0
Colorado State @ Colorado Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -19 UT -18.5 UT -18.5 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -19 UT -18.5
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -17.5 MSU -17.5 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17.5
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Locked Iowa -11.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30
Kent State @ Clemson Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39.5
Ball State @ Illinois Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5
California @ North Carolina UNC -12 UNC -12 UNC -11.5 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12
NC State @ South Carolina NCST -5.0 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 Locked
Michigan @ Florida UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 Locked UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -42 OU -42 OU -43 OU -43.5 OU -44 OU -44 OU -44 OU -42 OU -42.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -18 ND -18.5 ND -18.5 ND -17.5 ND -18 ND -17.5 ND -17.5 ND -18.5 ND -18.5
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24 NW -24 NW -24 NW -23.5 Locked NW -24 Locked Locked Locked
Troy @ Boise State BSU -11 BSU -10.5 BSU -10.5 BSU -11 Locked BSU -11.5 BSU -11 BSU -11 BSU -11
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10
Western Michigan @ USC USC -27.5 USC -26.5 USC -26.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 Locked USC -27 USC -27.5
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 Locked UGA -14 UGA -14
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Mmarshall -1.5 Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5
Houston @ UTSA PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -33.5 AU -34.5
Purdue vs Louisville UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -24.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Miss -24 Miss -23.5 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Locked Miss -24
Florida State @ Alabama Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0
Arkansas State @ Nebraska Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15.5 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -16
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.0 Vandy -4.0 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5
BYU vs LSU N/A LSU -16.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14 LSU -16 LSU -16 LSU -16
West Virginia @ Virginia Tech VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 Locked VT -4.0
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5
Tennessee @ Georgia Tech UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0
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Week 2 betting lines

Here are the week 2 betting lines. Last week I went 1-3-1 which is why I have a day job. My picks ATS this week are: 1. UNC +10 vs Louisville 2. Arkansas +3 vs TCU 3. South Carolina +2.5 @ Mizzou 4. UTSA +16 @ Baylor 5. Duke +3.0 vs NU.
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oklahoma State @ South Alabama OKST -29 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28.5 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28
Ohio @ Purdue PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -4.0 PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5
FAU @ Wisconsin WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -31.5 WIS -33 WIS -32 WIS -33 WIS -32
Charlotte @ Kansas State KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -35.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -36
Cincinnati @ Michigan UM -35 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34 UM -35 UM -34 UM -34.5 UM -34
ECU @ West Virginia WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24
Iowa @ Iowa State Iowa -3.0 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5
Louisville @ North Carolina UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -10 UL -9.5
ULM @ Florida State FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34
Northwestern @ Duke NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -4.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.5 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0
USF @ Connecticut USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17
Buffalo @ Army Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16 Army -16.5 Army -16.5
Wake Forest @ Boston College PK PK PK BC -1.0 BC -1.0 PK BC -1.5 BC -1.0 PK
Texas State @ Colorado COLO –35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36
UAB @ Ball State BSU -14 BSU -14.5 BSU -14.5 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -13.5 BSU -14
Indiana @ Virginia IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0
Middle Tennessee @ Syracuse SYR -10 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10
TCU @ Arkansas TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5
Fresno State @ Alabama BAMA -43 BAMA -44 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -43 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -44
Old Dominion @ UMass ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5
Pittsburgh @ Penn State PSU -21.5 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -22 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21
Western Michigan @ Michigan State MSU -7.0 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5
Eastern Michigan @ Rutgers RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -6.0 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5
San José State @ Texas Locked UT -26 UT -26 UT -26.5 UT -26 UT -27.5 UT -27 UT -26 UT -26.5
Tulane @ Navy NAVY -13.5 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -12 NAVY -13 NAVY -13
Louisiana @ Tulsa TULSA -14 TULSA -14 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -15 TULSA -15 TULSA -14 TULSA -16 TULSA -14
Central Michigan @ Kansas KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5
Nebraska @ Oregon UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -14 UO -14
Hawai'i @ UCLA UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5
Marshall @ NC State NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24
Auburn @ Clemson CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.5
South Carolina @ Missouri MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5
North Texas @ SMU SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13 SMU -13 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5
Toledo @ Nevada TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5
UNLV @ Idaho IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5
Georgia @ Notre Dame ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -4.5 ND -4.5 ND -4.5
Oklahoma @ Ohio State tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5
Mississippi State @ Louisiana Tech MSST -9.0 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -8.5
UTSA @ Baylor BAY -16 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -16.5 BAY -17 BAY -17
New Mexico State @ New Mexico UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0
Rice @ UTEP UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0
WKU @ Illinois WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5
Stanford @ USC USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.5 USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -5.5
Minnesota @ Oregon State ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0
Utah @ BYU UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5
Boise State @ Washington State WSU -10.5 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10.5
Houston @ Arizona UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.5 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
San Diego State @ Arizona State ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -4.0 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5
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Predicting the Final Score of Every Bowl Game

If you have seen any of my previous posts, I will be predicting the final score of every bowl game this year using a method that I made up based on S&P+. I will be logging all of my predictions, as well as the result of those predictions, here. Click the link of each bowl to see the detailed breakdown of how I got to my prediction.
Disclaimer: All odds are the opening odds according to OddsShark. I will not be using the updated odds. My reason for this is that I will be using information that was freely available when the betting lines opened, and therefore any prediction I make today, tomorrow, next week, etc. would be the same as if I had made the prediction the day the odds opened. I am simply spreading out my predictions because it will take me 10+ hours to do all of them, and I am not going to sit down and do them all at once. I will post each prediction the day before each bowl.
Date Bowl Teams Spread OU Projection Spread Pick OU Pick Final Score Picked Winner? Beat Spread? Beat OU?
Dec. 16th New Orleans Bowl Troy vs. North Texas Troy -5 60.5 37-25 Troy Troy Over 50-30 Troy Yes Yes Yes
Dec. 16th Cure Bowl Georgia State vs. Western Kentucky WKU -6.5 54.5 29-23 WKU Georgia St. Under 27-17 Georgia St. No Yes Yes
Dec. 16th Las Vegas Bowl Boise State vs. Oregon Oregon -7 62.5 33-28 Boise St. Boise St. Under 38-28 Boise St. Yes Yes No
Dec. 16th New Mexico Bowl Marshall vs. Colorado State CSU -3 58.5 36-24 CSU CSU Over 31-28 Marshall No No Yes
Dec. 16th Camellia Bowl Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State Ark St. -3.5 60.5 28-22 Ark. St. Ark St. Under 35-30 Middle Tennessee No No No
Dec. 19th Boca Raton Bowl Akron vs. Florida Atlantic FAU -17 64.5 43-22 FAU FAU Over 50-3 FAU Yes Yes No
Dec. 20th Frisco Bowl SMU vs. Louisianna Tech SMU -5 70 40-37 SMU Louisiana Tech Over 51-10 Louisiana Tech No Yes No
Dec. 21st Gasparilla Bowl Temple vs. Florida International Temple -8 56 26-25 Temple FIU Under 28-3 Temple Yes No Yes
Dec. 22nd Bahamas Bowl UAB vs. Ohio Ohio -7 56 31-25 Ohio UAB Technically a push, I flipped a coin and took Under 41-6 Ohio Yes No Yes
Dec. 22nd Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Wyoming vs. Central Michigan EV 45 20-16 Wyoming Wyoming Under 37-14 Wyoming Yes Yes No
Dec. 23rd Brimingham Bowl Texas Tech vs. South Florida USF -2.5 67.5 36-22 USF USF Under 38-34 USF Yes Yes No
Dec. 23rd Armed Forces Bowl Army vs. San Diego State SDS -6 46.5 27-22 San Diego State Army Over 42-35 Army No Yes Yes
Dec. 23rd Dollar General Bowl Appalachian State vs. Toledo Toledo -7 62 33-30 Toledo App State Over 34-0 App State No Yes No
Dec. 24th Hawai'i Bowl Fresno State vs. Houston Houston -1.5 50 25-22 Houston Houston Under 33-27 Fresno State No No No
Dec. 26th Heart of Dallas Bowl Utah vs. West Virginia Utah -4.5 57 33-29 Utah West Virginia Over 30-14 Utah Yes No No
Dec. 26th Quick Lane Bowl Duke vs. Northern Illinois Duke -2.5 47.5 22-18 Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Under 36-14 Duke No No No
Dec. 26th Cactus Bowl Kansas State vs. UCLA KS -3 63.5 38-33 Kansas State Kansas State Over 35-17 Kansas State Yes Yes No
Dec. 27th Independence Bowl Florida State vs. Southern Miss FSU -14 49 24-20 Southern Miss Southern Miss Under 42-13 Florida State No No No
Dec. 27th Pinstripe Bowl Boston College vs. Iowa Iowa -3 45 19-18 Boston College Boston College Under 27-20 Iowa No No No
Dec. 27th Foster Farms Bowl Arizona vs. Purdue Arizona -4.5 65 34-29 Purdue Purdue Under 38-35 Purdue Yes Yes No
Dec. 27th Texas Bowl Texas vs. Missouri Missouri -1 60.5 29-27 Texas Texas Under 33-16 Texas Yes Yes Yes
Dec. 28th Military Bowl Virginia vs. Navy Ev 55 30-26 Virginia Virginia Over 49-7 Navy No No Yes
Dec. 28th Camping World Bowl Oklahoma State vs. Virginia Tech OSU -6.5 63 33-26 OSU OSU Under 30-21 OSU Yes Yes Yes
Dec. 28th Alamo Bowl Stanford vs. TCU TCU -2 49 22-20 TCU Technically a push, I flipped a coin and took TCU (TCU was heads, because Hornfrogs have heads) Under 39-37 TCU Yes Push No
Dec. 28th Holiday Bowl Michigan State vs. Washington State WSU -4.5 45.5 21-18 Washington State Michigan State Under 42-17 MSU No Yes No
Dec. 29th Belk Bowl Wake Forest vs. Texas A&M WF -2.5 64.5 36-30 Wake Forest Wake Forest Over
Dec. 29th Sun Bowl NC State vs. Arizona State NCSU -5 59.5 32-29 NC State Arizona State Over
Dec. 29th Music City Bowl Kentucky vs. Northwestern NW -6.5 51 30-20 Northwestern Northwestern Under
Dec. 29th Arizona Bowl Utah State vs. New Mexico State USU -3 61.5 33-27 Utah State Utah State Under
Dec. 29th Cotton Bowl USC vs. Ohio State OSU -6 64.5 40-25 OSU OSU Over
Dec. 30th Taxslayer Bowl Louisville vs. Mississippi State Louisville -5.5 62 34-33 Miss St. Miss St. Over
Dec. 30th Liberty Bowl Iowa State vs. Memphis Memphis -3 66 33-25 Memphis Memphis Under
Dec. 30th Fiesta Bowl Washington vs. Penn State PSU -4.5 55 31-25 Washington Washington Over
Dec. 30th Orange Bowl Wisconsin vs. Miami Wisconsin -5.5 45.5 26-17 Wisconsin Wisconsin Under
Jan. 1st Outback Bowl Michigan vs. South Carolina Michigan -7.5 43 27-16 Michigan Michigan Technically a push, I flipped a coin and took Over
Jan. 1st Peach Bowl Auburn vs. UCF Auburn -8 66.5 35-28 Auburn UCF Under
Jan. 1st Citrus Bowl Notre Dame vs. LSU LSU -1 51 26-23 Notre Dame Notre Dame Under
Jan. 1st Rose Bowl Oklahoma vs. Georgia Oklahoma -1.5 60 37-31 UGA UGA Over
Jan. 1st Sugar Bowl Clemson vs. Alabama Ev 47 21-16 Clemson Clemson Under
Jan. 8th CFP National Championship TBD TBD
Final Results 52% 58% 36%
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Week 1 Betting Lines

So a few weeks ago I compiled all the early week one betting lines and was asked to do this weekly so here it is.
I will choose 5 games against the spread each week and keep track of my record. This week my choices are as follows: 1. Troy +11 @ Boise St. 2. Nevada +24 @ Nortwestern. 3. FIU +17 @ UCF 4. FAU +9.5 vs Navy 5. CSU +5 @ Colorado
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
FIU @ UCF UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -17 Locked UCF -17 UCF -16.5 UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -16.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -24 UM -24 UM -24.5 UM -25 UM -25 UM -24.5 UM -25 Locked UM -24
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -19 Locked OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5
Ohio State @ Indiana tOSU -21.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -21 tOSU -21.5
ULM @ Memphis MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26 MEM -25.5
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -23 ASU -22.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -22
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 Locked EMU -14
Navy @ FAU Navy -9.0 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -10 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.0
Washington @ Rutgers UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -28 UW -28 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin Wisc -27.0 Wisc -28 Wisc -28 Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Locked Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Wisc -28.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -4.0 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -4.0 BC -4.0
Colorado State @ Colorado Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -19 UT -18.5 UT -18.5 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -19 UT -18.5
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -17.5 MSU -17.5 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17.5
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Locked Iowa -11.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30
Kent State @ Clemson Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39.5
Ball State @ Illinois Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5
California @ North Carolina UNC -12 UNC -12 UNC -11.5 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12
NC State @ South Carolina NCST -5.0 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 Locked
Michigan @ Florida UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 Locked UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -42 OU -42 OU -43 OU -43.5 OU -44 OU -44 OU -44 OU -42 OU -42.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -18 ND -18.5 ND -18.5 ND -17.5 ND -18 ND -17.5 ND -17.5 ND -18.5 ND -18.5
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24 NW -24 NW -24 NW -23.5 Locked NW -24 Locked Locked Locked
Troy @ Boise State BSU -11 BSU -10.5 BSU -10.5 BSU -11 Locked BSU -11.5 BSU -11 BSU -11 BSU -11
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10
Western Michigan @ USC USC -27.5 USC -26.5 USC -26.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 Locked USC -27 USC -27.5
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 Locked UGA -14 UGA -14
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Mmarshall -1.5 Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5
Houston @ UTSA PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -33.5 AU -34.5
Purdue vs Louisville UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -24.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Miss -24 Miss -23.5 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Locked Miss -24
Florida State @ Alabama Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0
Arkansas State @ Nebraska Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15.5 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -16
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.0 Vandy -4.0 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5
BYU vs LSU N/A LSU -16.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14 LSU -16 LSU -16 LSU -16
West Virginia @ Virginia Tech VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 Locked VT -4.0
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5
Tennessee @ Georgia Tech UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0
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List of all the early week 1 betting lines.

So I decided instead of comparing AP#1s and movies/TV shows I should make a post that could actually have a function. Since I'm a fan of making money off of CFB I figured I there were others that enjoyed the same. So I went and compiled all the early week 1 lines from the major sportsbooks. And since these are still not the final lines I will update the table and repost it the day before games start. List of Bovada lines. List of remaining sportsbook's lines
A few lines against the spread (Bovada lines) that jump out at me currently: Florida +4, Maryland +17, Utep +44, WMU +26, Georgia Southern -35, Troy +12.5, A&M +3 (super iffy ab this one tho).
Quick side note: It is a travesty that I couldn’t use Sparky as the flair for Arizona State. Win that alternate flair ASU fans.
Teams Bovada Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oregon State @ Colorado State CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5
Hawai'i @ UMass UH -1.0 UH -1.5 Umass -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
USF @ San José State USF -20 USF -20 USF -19 USF -20 USF -21 USF -20 USF-20
Rice @ Stanford SU-31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -32 SU -32 SU -31.5
Ohio State @ Indiana OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -27 UM -27 UM -27 UM -26.5
ULM @ Memphis Memphis -27 Memphis -27.5 Memphis -27 Memphis –27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -25 ASU-25.5 ASU -25 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -12.5 EMU -12 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12
Washington @ Rutgers UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -31 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5
Navy @ FAU Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -14.5 Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -3.0 BC -2.5 BC -2.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -2.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin UW –29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -19.5 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20
Arkansas State @ Nebraska UN -16.5 UN -16 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -17
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13
Louisville @ Purdue UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -33 PSU-33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33
Kent State @ Clemson CU -38.5 CU -38 CU -38 CU -39 CU -39 CU -39 CU -38.5
Ball State @ Illinois UI -8.5 UI -7.5 UI -8.5 UI -8.5 UI -9 UI -9 UI -9
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -1.0 PK Marshall -1.0 PK PK PK PK
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24.5 NW -25 NW -23.5 NW -24.5 NW -24 NW -24.5 NW -24
South Carolina @ NC State NCS -5.0 NCS -5.5 NCS -4.5 NCS -5.5 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0
Michigan vs Florida UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -17 UT -16.5 UT -16.5 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -44 OU –44 OU -45 OU -44 OU -44.5 OU -44 OU -44.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -15 ND -15.5 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15
Western Michigan @ USC USC -26 USC -27 USC -25.5 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26
California @ North Carolina UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -12.5
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35
Troy @ Boise State BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -13.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OSU -17 OSU -17 OSU -16.5 OSU -17 OSU -16 OSU -17.5 OSU -16.5
Houston @ UTSA UH -13.5 UH -13 UH -14 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Locked Miss -25 Miss -25.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -25 Miss -25.5
Alabama vs Florida State Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -5.5 Vandy -4.5 Vandy -5.5 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.5
BYU vs LSU LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -12.5 LSU -13.5 LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -13.5
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA 3.5 UCLA 3.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3 UCLA -3
Georgia Tech vs Tennessee UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5
FIU @ UCF N/A UCF -17.5 UCF -17 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17
Colorado State vs Colorado N/A Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
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Week 2 betting lines

Here are the week 2 betting lines. Last week I went 1-3-1 which is why I have a day job. My picks ATS this week are: 1. UNC +10 vs Louisville 2. Arkansas +3 vs TCU 3. South Caroline +2.5 @ Mizzou 4. UTSA +16 @ Baylor 5. Duke +3.0 vs NW.
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oklahoma State @ South Alabama OKST -29 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28.5 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28
Ohio @ Purdue PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -4.0 PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5
FAU @ Wisconsin WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -31.5 WIS -33 WIS -32 WIS -33 WIS -32
Charlotte @ Kansas State KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -35.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -36
Cincinnati @ Michigan UM -35 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34 UM -35 UM -34 UM -34.5 UM -34
ECU @ West Virginia WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24
Iowa @ Iowa State Iowa -3.0 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5
Louisville @ North Carolina UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -10 UL -9.5
ULM @ Florida State FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34
Northwestern @ Duke NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -4.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.5 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0
USF @ Connecticut USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17
Buffalo @ Army Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16 Army -16.5 Army -16.5
Wake Forest @ Boston College PK PK PK BC -1.0 BC -1.0 PK BC -1.5 BC -1.0 PK
Texas State @ Colorado COLO –35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36
UAB @ Ball State BSU -14 BSU -14.5 BSU -14.5 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -13.5 BSU -14
Indiana @ Virginia IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0
Middle Tennessee @ Syracuse SYR -10 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10
TCU @ Arkansas TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5
Fresno State @ Alabama BAMA -43 BAMA -44 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -43 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -44
Old Dominion @ UMass ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5
Pittsburgh @ Penn State PSU -21.5 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -22 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21
Western Michigan @ Michigan State MSU -7.0 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.0 MSU -7.0
Eastern Michigan @ Rutgers RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -6.0 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5
San José State @ Texas Locked UT -26 UT -26 UT -26.5 UT -26 UT -27.5 UT -27 UT -26 UT -26.5
Tulane @ Navy NAVY -13.5 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -12 NAVY -13 NAVY -13
Louisiana @ Tulsa TULSA -14 TULSA -14 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -15 TULSA -15 TULSA -14 TULSA -16 TULSA -14
Central Michigan @ Kansas KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5
Nebraska @ Oregon UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -14 UO -14
Hawai'i @ UCLA UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5
Marshall @ NC State NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24
Auburn @ Clemson CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.5
South Carolina @ Missouri MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5
North Texas @ SMU SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13 SMU -13 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5
Toledo @ Nevada TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5
UNLV @ Idaho IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5
Georgia @ Notre Dame ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -4.5 ND -4.5 ND -4.5
Oklahoma @ Ohio State tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5
Mississippi State @ Louisiana Tech MSST -9.0 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -8.5
UTSA @ Baylor BAY -16 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -16.5 BAY -17 BAY -17
New Mexico State @ New Mexico UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0
Rice @ UTEP UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0
WKU @ Illinois WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5
Stanford @ USC USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.5 USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -5.5
Minnesota @ Oregon State ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0
Utah @ BYU UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5
Boise State @ Washington State WSU -10.5 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10.5
Houston @ Arizona UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.5 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
San Diego State @ Arizona State ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -4.0 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5
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Compilation of week 1 lines.

So I made this post for CFB and will make a weekly one during the season. But I figured it may be beneficial here to get a good look at how all the sportsbooks are feeling about the games. Sorry if this isn't appropriate for the sub.
So I went and compiled all the early week 1 lines from the major sportsbooks. And since these are still not the final lines I will update the table and repost it the day before games start. List of Bovada lines. List of remaining sportsbook's lines
Teams Bovada Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oregon State @ Colorado State CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5
Hawai'i @ UMass UH -1.0 UH -1.5 Umass -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
USF @ San José State USF -20 USF -20 USF -19 USF -20 USF -21 USF -20 USF-20
Rice @ Stanford SU-31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -32 SU -32 SU -31.5
Ohio State @ Indiana OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -27 UM -27 UM -27 UM -26.5
ULM @ Memphis Memphis -27 Memphis -27.5 Memphis -27 Memphis –27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -25 ASU-25.5 ASU -25 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -12.5 EMU -12 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12
Washington @ Rutgers UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -31 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5
Navy @ FAU Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -14.5 Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -3.0 BC -2.5 BC -2.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -2.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin UW –29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -19.5 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20
Arkansas State @ Nebraska UN -16.5 UN -16 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -17
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13
Louisville @ Purdue UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -33 PSU-33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33
Kent State @ Clemson CU -38.5 CU -38 CU -38 CU -39 CU -39 CU -39 CU -38.5
Ball State @ Illinois UI -8.5 UI -7.5 UI -8.5 UI -8.5 UI -9 UI -9 UI -9
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -1.0 PK Marshall -1.0 PK PK PK PK
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24.5 NW -25 NW -23.5 NW -24.5 NW -24 NW -24.5 NW -24
South Carolina @ NC State NCS -5.0 NCS -5.5 NCS -4.5 NCS -5.5 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0
Michigan vs Florida UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -17 UT -16.5 UT -16.5 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -44 OU –44 OU -45 OU -44 OU -44.5 OU -44 OU -44.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -15 ND -15.5 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15
Western Michigan @ USC USC -26 USC -27 USC -25.5 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26
California @ North Carolina UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -12.5
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35
Troy @ Boise State BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -13.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OSU -17 OSU -17 OSU -16.5 OSU -17 OSU -16 OSU -17.5 OSU -16.5
Houston @ UTSA UH -13.5 UH -13 UH -14 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Locked Miss -25 Miss -25.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -25 Miss -25.5
Alabama vs Florida State Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -5.5 Vandy -4.5 Vandy -5.5 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.5
BYU vs LSU LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -12.5 LSU -13.5 LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -13.5
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA 3.5 UCLA 3.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3 UCLA -3
Georgia Tech vs Tennessee UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5
FIU @ UCF N/A UCF -17.5 UCF -17 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17
Colorado State vs Colorado N/A Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
And also another post I made for CFB I made a table of teams that have done the best against the spread. Which can help here seeing who does the best as underdogs. I know it only means they cover ATS and not actually upset the other team but it can still be helpful.
Definitions for the table columns: ATS Record: The number of ATS covers, no-covers, and pushes. Cover %: The percentage of time the team covered, net of pushes. MOV: The average margin of victory (negative in losses). ATS +/-: The average amount of points that the team covers the spread by
Team ATS Record Cover % MOV ATS +/-
Temple 21-7-0 75.0% 11.8 +5.6
USF 17-8-1 68.0% 11.4 +5.9
Toledo 16-8-1 66.7% 13.2 +4.9
Western Michigan 18-9-0 66.7% 15.0 +6.6
BYU 17-9-0 65.4% 10.4 +3.7
Navy 17-9-1 65.4% 10.8 +6.3
Miami (OH) 16-9-0 64.0% -7.2 +1.4
Florida State 16-9-0 64.0% 12.2 +1.4
Colorado State 16-9-1 64.0% 3.7 +1.5
Tulsa 16-9-1 64.0% 5.0 + 5.5
Ohio 17-10-0 63.0% 3.0 +1.3
Stanford 17-10-0 63.0% 10.7 +2.6
Texas Tech 15-9-1 62.5% 0.8 -0.9
Idaho 15-9-1 62.5% -5.9 +3.9
Georgia State 15-9-1 62.5% -3.9 +3.4
Northwestern 16-10-0 61.5% 2.3 +2.5
Oklahoma 16-10-0 61.5% 18.3 +3.2
Miami 16-10-0 61.5% 7.7 +1.8
Washington State 16-10-0 61.5% 7.8 +3.9
Alabama 18-12-0 60.0% 22.9 +4.5
North Carolina 16-11-0 59.3% 12.0 +4.3
Eastern Michigan 14-10-0 58.3% -8.1 +1.1
Wisconsin 15-11-0 57.7% 12.9 +3.1
Colorado 15-11-1 57.7% 3.5 +1.8
NC State 15-11-0 57.7% 5.8 +1.0
San Diego State 15-11-2 57.7% 15.1 +4.8
Wyoming 15-11-0 57.7% -5.7 +1.5
Arkansas State 15-11-0 57.7% 7.8 +3.1
Iowa State 13-10-1 56.5% -5.7 +2.8
Duke 14-11-0 56.0% 0.9 +1.1
Middle Tennessee 14-11-0 56.0% 5.7 -1.8
Vanderbilt 14-11-0 56.0% -3.3 +1.4
Wake Forest 14-11-0 56.0% -4.4 +2.0
Washington 15-12-0 55.6% 18.2 +8.2
Louisiana Tech 15-12-0 55.6% 10.7 +0.6
Air Force 15-12-0 55.6% 8.6 +0.3
SMU 13-11-0 54.2% -13.2 -1.9
San José State 13-11-0 54.2% -4.6 -1.3
Northern Illinois 13-11-2 54.2% 2.0 -1.0
Syracuse 13-11-0 54.2% -8.3 +0.5
Nebraska 13-11-2 54.2% 3.8 -2.3
Bowling Green 14-12-0 53.8% 0.9 +1.0
Oklahoma State 14-12-0 53.8% 10.6 +3.1
Tennessee 14-12-0 53.8% 11.3 -0.1
Penn State 14-12-1 53.8% 6.9 +3.2
Central Michigan 14-12-0 53.8% -0.1 -1.3
Southern Miss 14-12-1 53.8% 9.0 +2.1
WKU 15-13-0 53.6% 19.6 +6.6
Clemson 16-14-0 53.3% 19.0 +4.0
Tulane 12-11-1 52.2% -10.1 -1.4
Virginia 12-11-1 52.2% -8.8 -1.9
Minnesota 12-11-3 52.2 % 2.3 +0.4
Troy 13-12-0 52.0% 5.9 +4.0
USC 14-13-0 51.8% 9.1 +0.7
Virginia Tech 14-13-0 51.8% 8.6 +2.0
Houston 14-13-0 51.8% 16.2 +4.0
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List of all the early week 1 lines.

So I decided instead of comparing AP#1s and movies/TV shows I should make a post that could actually have a function. Since I'm a fan of making money off of CFB I figured I there were others that enjoyed the same. So I went and compiled all the early week 1 lines from the major sportsbooks. And since these are still not the final lines I will update the table and repost it the day before games start.
A few lines against the spread (Bovada lines) that jump out at me currently: Florida +4, Maryland +17, Utep +44, WMU +26, Georgia Southern -35, Troy +12.5, A&M +3 (super iffy ab this one tho).
Teams Bovada Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oregon State @ Colorado State CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5
Hawai'i @ UMass UH -1.0 UH -1.5 Umass -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
USF @ San José State USF -20 USF -20 USF -19 USF -20 USF -21 USF -20 USF-20
Rice @ Stanford SU-31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -32 SU -32 SU -31.5
Ohio State @ Indiana OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -27 UM -27 UM -27 UM -26.5
ULM @ Memphis Memphis -27 Memphis -27.5 Memphis -27 Memphis –27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -25 ASU-25.5 ASU -25 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -12.5 EMU -12 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12
Rutgers @ Washington UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -31 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5
Navy @ FAU Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -14.5 Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -3.0 BC -2.5 BC -2.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -2.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin UW –29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -19.5 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20
Arkansas State @ Nebraska UN -16.5 UN -16 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -17
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13
Louisville @ Purdue UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -33 PSU-33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33
Kent State @ Clemson CU -38.5 CU -38 CU -38 CU -39 CU -39 CU -39 CU -38.5
Ball State @ Illinois UI -8.5 UI -7.5 UI -8.5 UI -8.5 UI -9 UI -9 UI -9
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -1.0 PK Marshall -1.0 PK PK PK PK
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24.5 NW -25 NW -23.5 NW -24.5 NW -24 NW -24.5 NW -24
South Carolina @ NC State NCS -5.0 NCS -5.5 NCS -4.5 NCS -5.5 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0
Michigan vs Florida UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -17 UT -16.5 UT -16.5 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -44 OU –44 OU -45 OU -44 OU -44.5 OU -44 OU -44.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -15 ND -15.5 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15
Western Michigan @ USC USC -26 USC -27 USC -25.5 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26
California @ North Carolina UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -12.5
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35
Troy @ Boise State BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -13.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OSU -17 OSU -17 OSU -16.5 OSU -17 OSU -16 OSU -17.5 OSU -16.5
Houston @ UTSA UH -13.5 UH -13 UH -14 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Locked Miss -25 Miss -25.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -25 Miss -25.5
Alabama vs Florida State Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -5.5 Vandy -4.5 Vandy -5.5 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.5
BYU vs LSU LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -12.5 LSU -13.5 LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -13.5
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA 3.5 UCLA 3.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3 UCLA -3
Georgia Tech vs Tennessee UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5
FIU @ UCF N/A UCF -17.5 UCF -17 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17
Colorado State vs Colorado N/A Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
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Week 1 Betting Lines

So a few weeks ago I compiled all the early week one betting lines and was asked to do this weekly so here it is.
I will choose 5 games against the spread each week and keep track of my record. This week my choices are as follows: 1. Troy +11 @ Boise St. 2. Nevada +24 @ Nortwestern. 3. FIU +17 @ UCF 4. FAU +9.5 vs Navy 5. CSU +5 @ Colorado
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
FIU @ UCF UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -17 Locked UCF -17 UCF -16.5 UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -16.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -24 UM -24 UM -24.5 UM -25 UM -25 UM -24.5 UM -25 Locked UM -24
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -19 Locked OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5
Ohio State @ Indiana tOSU -21.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -21 tOSU -21.5
ULM @ Memphis MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26 MEM -25.5
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -23 ASU -22.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -22
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 Locked EMU -14
Navy @ FAU Navy -9.0 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -10 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.0
Washington @ Rutgers UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -28 UW -28 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin Wisc -27.0 Wisc -28 Wisc -28 Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Locked Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Wisc -28.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -4.0 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -4.0 BC -4.0
Colorado State @ Colorado Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -19 UT -18.5 UT -18.5 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -19 UT -18.5
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -17.5 MSU -17.5 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17.5
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Locked Iowa -11.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30
Kent State @ Clemson Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39.5
Ball State @ Illinois Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5
California @ North Carolina UNC -12 UNC -12 UNC -11.5 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12
NC State @ South Carolina NCST -5.0 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 Locked
Michigan @ Florida UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 Locked UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -42 OU -42 OU -43 OU -43.5 OU -44 OU -44 OU -44 OU -42 OU -42.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -18 ND -18.5 ND -18.5 ND -17.5 ND -18 ND -17.5 ND -17.5 ND -18.5 ND -18.5
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24 NW -24 NW -24 NW -23.5 Locked NW -24 Locked Locked Locked
Troy @ Boise State BSU -11 BSU -10.5 BSU -10.5 BSU -11 Locked BSU -11.5 BSU -11 BSU -11 BSU -11
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10
Western Michigan @ USC USC -27.5 USC -26.5 USC -26.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 Locked USC -27 USC -27.5
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 Locked UGA -14 UGA -14
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Mmarshall -1.5 Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5
Houston @ UTSA PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -33.5 AU -34.5
Purdue vs Louisville UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -24.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Miss -24 Miss -23.5 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Locked Miss -24
Florida State @ Alabama Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0
Arkansas State @ Nebraska Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15.5 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -16
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.0 Vandy -4.0 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5
BYU vs LSU N/A LSU -16.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14 LSU -16 LSU -16 LSU -16
West Virginia @ Virginia Tech VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 Locked VT -4.0
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5
Tennessee @ Georgia Tech UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0
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Happy New Year: arobben's DK CFB Thu-Fri Writeup

Happy New Year, and best wishes for a great 2015. This will most likely be my last college football writeup for the year, so I want to say THANK YOU to everyone who has read and/or commented on my posts. We have nine games to sort through, and DK is offering some pretty big GPPs for these games. Here goes...
Wisconsin vs. Auburn -- Thursday, noon (Auburn -6.5) O/U 63.5
Wisconsin: The Badgers really have no semblance whatsoever of a passing game, so even though Joel Stave's super-low price tag is enticing, he's just not worth the risk. Auburn, just like most other teams Wisconsin has played, will likely stack the box and dare Stave to beat them through the air. This shouldn't pose too much of a threat to Melvin Gordon, as the Tigers got gashed repeatedly on the ground this season, especially against SEC foes. Gordon's price is an eye-popping $11,000, so if you're going to use him, I hope you've got some bargains up your sleeves elsewhere in your LU. WR Alex Erickson ($3,700) makes an okay WR3. Sam Arneson should catch a pass or two at TE.
Auburn: Wisconsin ranks #1 in the nation in completion % allowed (an incredible 46.5%) and is #4 in sack percentage, so if Auburn plans to win this game, they'd better let Nick Marshall ($7,900) and Cameron Artis-Payne ($6,200) do it on the ground. The Badger run D had been pretty solid up until the Big 10 Championship game, so unless Barry Alvarez has fixed the problems, Marshall and A-P should run wild. I like 'em both. Note that WR Duke Williams is OUT, so Sammie Coates (heading to the NFL) and Quan Bray are both okay if Auburn needs to pass the ball.
Michigan State vs. Baylor -- Thursday, 12:30 pm (Baylor -2.5) O/U 69.5
MSU: The Spartans are probably going to have to take to the air to put points on the board, as Baylor has a pretty good run defense. Baylor is #8 in tackles for a loss in the country, and they're surrendering under 3 yards per carry. Not saying Jeremy Langford ($9,200) is going to struggle, but at that price, I'll be looking elsewhere. Connor Cook is a good option for $6,700 -- I wouldn't protest if you inserted him as your QB1. Tony Lippett (heading to the NFL) is one of the best plays on the slate at any position; the kid is a stud, and I see a big day for him against a suspect Baylor pass D. I also like TE Josiah Price.
Baylor: I don't deny that MSU has a good defense, but I'm not buying into the hype that they're that good. They got torched early in the season against Oregon, got lit up by Ohio State, and only played one other top-60 offense this season. Statistics back up my opinion that Baylor has the best offense in the country. This is essentially a home game for Baylor, so fire up any and all Bears as you see fit. Don't overthink this one too much.
Minnesota vs. Missouri -- Thursday, 1 pm (Missouri -4.5) O/U 47.5
Minnesota: The Gopher passing game will probably have its hands full against a good Mizzou defense. The Tigers have the 8th-most sacks in college football this year, and Minnesota ranks 106th in sack % allowed. That's what we call a mismatch. That said, if you're desperate for a WR punt, KJ Maye is min-priced. I like David Cobb ($7,100) as a player who's just one step below the "elite" guys. Maxx Williams is a stud TE and should be owned if you have the cap space.
Missouri: Maty Mauk has been up and down all season, and I expect the Tigers to attack Minnesota's run D that gave up 4.5 yards per carry this season. RBs Marcus Murphy and Russell Hansbrough are both decent plays, but just be aware that they're splitting time back there. WR Jimmie Hunt is OUT for this game, so Bud Sasser gets a big bump up, and Darius White makes a good WR salary-saver.
Florida State vs. Oregon -- Thursday, 5 pm (Oregon -9) O/U 71.5
FSU: I'm not sure what Jameis Winston did to warrant his price tag dropping by $800, but he's certainly in play in what Vegas projects as this slate's highest-scoring game. The potential advantage Oregon has here is their proficiency in takeaways (#31 in the NCAA this year) and FSU's proclivity in turning the ball over (5th-most turnovers). If Famous Jameis can hang onto the ball, he should find a relative amount of success against an otherwise-average Duck D missing their top cornerback due to a knee injury. He'll be in most of my LUs. Speaking of passing, I'll be heavy on WR Rashad Greene ($6,600...really???). Nick O'Leary looks pretty good, too, but you probably didn't need me to tell you that. Look, all of this depends on if Jameis makes good decisions. If he does, FSU shouldn't have too much trouble scoring. If he stinks (and there's a chance he might) then my heavy bets on FSU's passing-game guys won't look very good.
Oregon: Marcus Mariota is pricey ($10,300) but if you're concerned about the price, there's absolutely no reason why he shouldn't get you to 3x. FSU is bottom-third in sacks, and Oregon turns the ball over fewer than any team in the NCAA. If I have to choose how to attack FSU's defense, I'm doing it through the air, as the Noles have been somewhat stingy against the run. That said, Royce Freeman is still a fine play, but I'm leaning a little more towards their receivers. I'd find a way to have at least one Duck WR (or Byron Marshall, listed at RB) in your LUs if I were you, and I wouldn't be opposed to having two of them in there.
Ohio State vs. Alabama -- Thursday, 8:30 pm (Alabama -9) O/U 58.5
OSU: Whew. The run-heavy Bucks have their work cut out for them against a dominant run defense. Asking third-string QB Cardale Jones ($5,700) to do much beyond run and hand the ball off may spell disaster for OSU, but he did look pretty efficient through the air against Wisconsin in the Big 10 Championship. I'm undecided on how much I like Jones. I'm pretty down on Ezekiel Elliott. OSU didn't exactly face a series of tough defenses this year, and against Virginia Tech early in the season, he looked pretty bad. I'll be fading him. Michael Thomas is a good cash-saver WR. Jalin Marshall (listed at RB) is a boom-or-bust play at $3,600.
Alabama: OSU is 7th in the nation in tackles for a loss, but they're not unbeatable on the ground. It's hard to get a beat on how Bama will split the touches in the backfield, but Derrick Henry and T.J. Yeldon each look decent as RB2s. Amari Cooper ($9,700) is the priciest WR on the slate, but I don't see why (or how) OSU will slow him down. Actually, there's one way: if the OSU pass rush can get heat on Blake Sims (he looks decent at $6,500), Cooper may not produce. Otherwise, he's in line for a big day.
Pittsburgh vs. Houston -- Friday, noon (Pitt -3) O/U 53.5
Pitt: A surprisingly stout Houston defense looks to shut down the machine known as James Conner ($9,400), who will play despite a hip ailment. A list of teams who totally shut Conner down: Syracuse. That's it. Otherwise, Conner ran over, around, and through pretty much everyone else. Houston presents a challenge for Conner, but he should still be good for 2.5-3x value. Top WR Tyler Boyd is a great player, and he is options 1, 2, and 3 in the passing game. Conner and Boyd both make good cash game plays.
Houston: This game will probably be overlooked since it's listed right next to the two CFB semifinal games, and that's fine with me. I'm all about Greg Ward Jr. and Deontay Greenberry in this matchup. Pitt ranks near the bottom of the NCAA in sacks and turnovers forced. They don't give up lots of passing yards per game (in part because teams run it a lot against them), but they do surrender 12.5 yards per pass play. I think a Ward-Greenberry stack looks pretty tasty. I also like Kenneth Farrow as possibly an RB1...but probably better-suited as your RB2 or Flex.
Iowa vs. Tennessee -- Friday, 3:20 pm (Tennessee -3.5) O/U 51.5
Iowa: There isn't anything exceptional about Tennessee's D, so if you like any particular Iowa player, go for it. I like Mark Weisman for $4,900 as a solid-if-unspectacular RB2. TE Jake Duzey is a good option. Everyone else is fine.
Tennessee: I see a mismatch here. Iowa is above-average in sack %, ranking 42nd in the country in that department, and Tennessee has given up the 5th-most sacks in the country. The Vols may want to consider feeding Jalen Hurd (a great option at $4,700) and seeing what they can accomplish against Iowa's middling run defense.
Kansas State vs. UCLA -- Friday, 6:45 pm (UCLA -1.5) O/U 59.5
KSU: UCLA is 116th in turnovers forced, and several other of their defensive numbers back up the argument that there's nothing scary at all about this matchup for the Wildcats. QB Jake Waters ($7,500) has mostly been a model of consistency this season, so he's a fantastic cash game QB1. RB Charles Jones looks pretty good at just $3,500. WR Tyler Lockett (mega-ultra-super Senior Narrative alert; Bill Snyder loves sending out seniors on top) is a great player who can't seem to do anything but provide at least 3-3.5x returns.
UCLA: Another potential mismatch...Kansas State is 106th in opposing QB completion %, so assuming Brett Hundley has enough time back there, he should be able to pick up lots of mid-range completions against KSU's soft, bend-but-don't-break coverage. Fire up Hundley as your QB1 with confidence. Actually, consider a Hundley-Jordan Payton ($3,800...how?!?!?) stack. Look, teams obviously caught on that Payton is UCLA's top option as the season wore on, but $3,800 for a guy averaging 17 DK points all season is silly.
Washington vs. Oklahoma State -- Friday, 10:15 pm (Washington -6) O/U 56.5
Washington: The Pokes' pass defense is atrocious. Cyler Miles ($5,800) is a pretty good QB2 on a Washington team who has shown they aren't afraid to throw the ball if game flow dictates. In this matchup, WR Jaydon Mickens is a good WR2 who's priced as a WR3.
Oklahoma State: In what is possibly the biggest mismatch of the slate, the Husky pass rush -- 2nd most sacks in the country this year -- faces off against an Oklahoma State team ranking 121st in sack % allowed. Mason Rudolph might be running for his life all night. I don't see too much to like about the Cowboys other than WR Brandon Sheperd ($3,700), who toasted Oklahoma in the season finale to the tune of 7-156-2.
Again, thanks for reading and following along this season. As usual, post your lineups, questions, and other discussion items in the space below. Good luck!
BONUS!!! I've gotten several questions about how I do my research. I obviously use the Internet, but I'm very old-school when analyzing disparities between good/bad offenses and defenses. Here's one (of many) pages that show a small bit of my research, in case you're interested: http://i.imgur.com/vD3agog.jpg
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List of all the week 1 early betting lines for CFB

So I decided instead of comparing AP#1s and movies/TV shows I should make a post that could actually have a function. Since I'm a fan of making money off of CFB I figured I there were others that enjoyed the same. So I went and compiled all the early week 1 lines from the major sportsbooks. And since these are still not the final lines I will update the table and repost it the day before games start. List of Bovada lines. List of remaining sportsbook's lines
A few lines against the spread (Bovada lines) that jump out at me currently: Florida +4, Maryland +17, Utep +44, WMU +26, Georgia Southern -35, Troy +12.5, A&M +3 (super iffy ab this one tho).
Teams Bovada Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oregon State @ Colorado State CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5
Hawai'i @ UMass UH -1.0 UH -1.5 Umass -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
USF @ San José State USF -20 USF -20 USF -19 USF -20 USF -21 USF -20 USF-20
Rice @ Stanford SU-31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -32 SU -32 SU -31.5
Ohio State @ Indiana OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -27 UM -27 UM -27 UM -26.5
ULM @ Memphis Memphis -27 Memphis -27.5 Memphis -27 Memphis –27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -25 ASU-25.5 ASU -25 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -12.5 EMU -12 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12
Rutgers @ Washington UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -31 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5
Navy @ FAU Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -14.5 Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -3.0 BC -2.5 BC -2.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -2.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin UW –29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -19.5 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20
Arkansas State @ Nebraska UN -16.5 UN -16 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -17
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13
Louisville @ Purdue UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -33 PSU-33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33
Kent State @ Clemson CU -38.5 CU -38 CU -38 CU -39 CU -39 CU -39 CU -38.5
Ball State @ Illinois UI -8.5 UI -7.5 UI -8.5 UI -8.5 UI -9 UI -9 UI -9
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -1.0 PK Marshall -1.0 PK PK PK PK
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24.5 NW -25 NW -23.5 NW -24.5 NW -24 NW -24.5 NW -24
South Carolina @ NC State NCS -5.0 NCS -5.5 NCS -4.5 NCS -5.5 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0
Michigan vs Florida UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -17 UT -16.5 UT -16.5 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -44 OU –44 OU -45 OU -44 OU -44.5 OU -44 OU -44.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -15 ND -15.5 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15
Western Michigan @ USC USC -26 USC -27 USC -25.5 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26
California @ North Carolina UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -12.5
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35
Troy @ Boise State BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -13.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OSU -17 OSU -17 OSU -16.5 OSU -17 OSU -16 OSU -17.5 OSU -16.5
Houston @ UTSA UH -13.5 UH -13 UH -14 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Locked Miss -25 Miss -25.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -25 Miss -25.5
Alabama vs Florida State Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -5.5 Vandy -4.5 Vandy -5.5 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.5
BYU vs LSU LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -12.5 LSU -13.5 LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -13.5
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA 3.5 UCLA 3.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3 UCLA -3
Georgia Tech vs Tennessee UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5
FIU @ UCF N/A UCF -17.5 UCF -17 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17
Colorado State vs Colorado N/A Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
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