With the NFL regular season a week away NCAA college football will take center stage on Sunday September 1st as there are two games scheduled over national television to satisfy the appetite of bettors.
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The action gets underway at 3:30PM Eastern Time as the Ohio Bobcats hits the road to battle the Louisville Cardinals. National television for this week on NCAA football game will be provided by ESPN. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home standing Louisville Cardinals favored by -20 ½ points with an over under line set at 58 points. Louisville enters play off a successful 2012 campaign as the club finished the season with an 11-2 record. They earned a BCS Bowl berth and were able to defeat the Florida Gators by the score of 33.-23 as a +14 point betting underdog. The Cardinals return Heisman Trophy candidate Teddy Bridgewater. The Ohio Bobcats are coached by Frank Solich and are no pushover. Despite have injury problems down the stretch and losing three straight the Bobcats got healthy by the bowl season and crushed a very good Louisiana Monroe club 45-14 as a +6 ½ point underdog.
It will be an in-state battle as the Colorado Buffaloes will meet the Colorado St Rams. The Buffaloes and Rams meet in a neutral field in Denver at 6PM Eastern Time and CBS Sports Network provides the coast to coast coverage. The current odds from this week one game have the Colorado St Rams favored by -3 points with an over under line set at 49 points. Those who wager on the money line on the Colorado St Rams will lay -150 odds. Bettors who play on the Colorado Buffaloes on the money line will receive +130 odds. Colorado tries to bounce back from a horrid 1-11 season in 2012. First year head coach Mike Macintyre will debut with the program with 17 starters back. Colorado St looks for improvement off their fourth straight losing season at 4-8 in 2012. The Rams are experienced in their offensive line with nine starters back with all five offensive linemen back in the 2013 campaign.