College Football: Week 1 Early Lines You Might Want to Jump on

College football opened with two games that were close Saturday and Week 1 is set to kick off. For many individuals, this is the very first time that you have made a bet since football season, steering clear of baseball and its instability. I took a look at some of the traces for Week 1 that may be worthwhile wagering on??Saturday morning, before heavy moves that come.
The complete for the visit to Clemson in Week 1 of Georgia Tech was 59. At present,??the total has moved up one stage to 60. These two colleges played to a combined total of 70 and locked horns in Week 4. At that point in the year, the Tigers were entrenched at a quarterback battle between Trevor Lawrence and Kelly Bryant.
Running back Travis Etienne returns this year while Lawrence pitched 176 yards and four touchdowns, and he had 122 yards versus Georgia Tech last year. I believe there might be some small growing pains on the defensive side of the ball having to replace the defensive lineup from a year ago.
This line could shut a couple of points greater closer and that I expect that the Tigers to score 50 by themselves OVER 60 is a line that is good.
Tulsa visits Michigan State in Week 1 and the Spartans started as a 21.5-point favorite with the complete coming in 46.5 points. The total??has moved up 1 stage to 47.5, which I presume is moving in the wrong direction. Last year, Tulsa and Michigan State ranked 126th and 103rd respectively in points per game from 130 total groups.
Granted, the Spartans dealt with a lot of injuries that may explain some of their lack of crime, but was addressed in the offseason. The coaching staff was shuffled in hopes that will provoke matters into various roles, but I’m not so convinced it will. On the defensive side of the globe, Sparty returns eight starters that should cause issues and needed the 13th-best defense.
The line could stay set but with those teams moving UNDER a combined 16 times in??their last 19 games, the line will likely come down so jump on it until that happens.
The line has stood??pat inside this competition since it opened using the No. 21 Iowa State Cyclones being an 18.5-point favorite and the total opening in 41.5 points. I am very surprised to see this lineup not move with all of the preseason hype behind the Cyclones going against an FCS facet. Iowa State finished 2018 by??winning seven of the past nine games, falling only to Texas and also to Washington State in the Valero Alamo Bowl.
Quarterback Brock Purdy needs to have a step forward after his true freshman season with two senior wide receivers along with an experienced offensive line in front of him and also a running. Search for this group to beat up to kick the season. -20 will be closed over by this line if we get closer into the game.
Yet more, Alabama enters a season setting its sights on a national championship with a high-octane offense and a defense. The opening complete with the particular game was 60.5 but has fallen three points.?? I think that is the direction that is incorrect and it will return to the opening line. Last year, the Crimson Tide had eight regular-season games where they posted 50 or more things, while shutting out two teams along the way,??both times in November.
The best receiver in college football, returns for his junior year and joins a 2018 Heisman Trophy finalist, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in Jerry Jeudy. Duke is going to have fresh look after dropping quarterback Daniel Jones to the NFL draft therefore the offense may??scuffle somewhat in the early going, however Alabama can hit the OVER 57.5 points??.
Another game, similar to??the Northern Iowa/Iowa State contest, in which the line and total haven’t shifted since the Tech and Texas’ total has remained steady in 55 points. The Longhorns averaged 31.1 points a game last season, ranking 45th in college soccer, and is going to have a similar appearance in 2019 with quarterback Sam Ehlinger and operating back Keaontay Ingram returning with Collin Johnson, their No. 2??receiver last year.
The biggest question mark for Texas is a defense that is projected to get four sophomores and a freshman holding down the fort, which could result in some growing pains early in the season because they adapt to the rate of college ball. Similar to Texas, Louisiana Tech is coming a lot of its offense, most notably quarterback J’mar Smith and running Jaqwis Dancy.
I believe while the defenses are going to want some time to adjust and come, the two squads will locate their opportunities offensively together with familiarity. I??feel the total needs to rise.

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