Wildcats Hurricanes Betting Preview for Week 2

Miami HurricanesKansas State Wildcats
Sep 8, 12:00 PM | Turf of Snyder Family Stadium

Miami Hurricanes vs Kansas State Wildcats Odds


The Miami Hurricanes make a non-conference visit to the Big 12 when they hit Manhattan to play Kansas State's Wildcats Saturday.

The 'Canes, 41-32 winners at Boston College to open this season, are seven-point underdogs as they look to avenge a loss to K State last year.


Owls host Terrapins in Week 2 action

Maryland TerrapinsTemple Owls
Sep 8, 12:00 PM | Grass of Lincoln Financial Field

Maryland Terrapins vs Temple Owls Odds


Lincoln Financial Field will feature Owls vs. Terrapins on Saturday as both teams try to pay off for bettors in Week 2 action.

They bring a 1-0 record (1-0 ATS) to the Week 2 battle against the 1-0 Terrapins, who are 0-1 ATS against the spread. Over under bettors have seen Temple go 0-0 so far and the Terrapins go 0-0.


Game Preview - Knights underdogs vs Buckeyes at Ohio State

Central Florida KnightsOhio State Buckeyes
Sep 8, 12:00 PM | Turf of Ohio Stadium

Central Florida Knights vs Ohio State Buckeyes Odds


The Ohio State Buckeyes, impressive winners in their first game under Coach Meyer, take on an unfamiliar foe when they play the Central Florida Knights at the Big Horseshoe Saturday.

OSU, a 56-10 winner over in-state rival Miami to open the season, is favored by 17 points over UCF at, which just trounced Akron 56-14.


Wolfpack face Huskies in Week 2 odds

North Carolina State WolfpackConnecticut Huskies
Sep 8, 12:00 PM | Grass of Rentschler Field

North Carolina State Wolfpack vs Connecticut Huskies Odds


The Huskies will do battle with the visiting North Carolina State Wolfpack on Saturday, looking to bolster their record and fatten the pocketbooks of bettors who back them.

Backers of the Huskies have seen them go 1-0 and 1-0 ATS so far this season, while the Wolfpack are at 0-1 and 0-1 ATS. In totals betting, the Wolfpack are 1-0, while the Huskies are 0-1.


College Football Betting: Early Line Moves

Youngstown State converted 11 of 16 third downs en route to beating Pittsburgh 31-17 and spoiling the debut of new Panther coach Paul Cryst.


Meanwhile, Cincinnati was resting comfortably with an opening bye week to prepare to host the Panthers on Thursday.

The Bearcats opened as small favorites, between -1 and -3 at most books. However, bettors quickly attacked the low number and had pushed the line up to -4 by Monday morning.


Utes vs Aggies Betting Pick

In a Beehive State battle, the Aggies of Utah State look to snap a 12-game losing streak against their brothers from Utah Friday night in Logan.

The Utes, who opened their season with a 41-0 whitewash of Northern Colorado, were favored by seven points over Utah State, which just beat Southern Utah 34-3.


Yellow Jackets vs Hokies in Week 1 odds

The Virginia Tech Hokies and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets waste no time getting their conference seasons started as they hook up for an ACC bash Monday night in Blacksburg.

VaTech, coming off its eighth-straight double-digit victory season but also an ACC title game loss, is chalked at -7.5 over the Wreck at 5Dimes, who have lost two straight in this series.

Virginia Tech usually wins when favored, as they are 18-2 SU in their past 20 games in that role.


College Football Betting Info: Saturday

Your Saturday morning headquarters for college football betting, with updating info focused on the early games on the slate:



College Football Injury Report

Here is a quick look at some of the key injuries and suspensions that will impact Week 1 of college football:


Michigan vs. Alabama

Wolverines: Starting RB Fitzgerald Toussaint (suspension) is out … Top WR Roy Roundtree had knee surgery two weeks ago, but is expected to play.

Alabama: No significant injury news.


Auburn vs. Clemson


Alabama vs Michigan: Double Digit Odds

In a great opening weekend inter-sectional matchup Alabama's Crimson Tide begins defense of its national championship of last season when it takes on the Big Ten's Michigan Wolverines on a neutral field at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington Saturday night.

The Tide, which only has 11 starters back, is favored by 13 points over Big Blue, which returns 13 starters after going 11-2 last year.

And they were consistent cover machines in 2011, despite facing many huge point spreads.



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