The 2015 college football season begins this week with several outstanding matchups over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.
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The season kicks off on Thursday September 3rd with the feature game being the Minnesota Golden Gophers hosting the TCU Horned Frogs at 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the TCU Horned Frogs favored by -14 ½ points. TCU will play with chips on their shoulder after getting snubbed out of the playoffs a year ago. The Horned Frogs blew out Minnesota at home last year.
On Friday night September 4th at 10:15PM Eastern Time the Boise St Broncos will host the Washington Huskies. Boise St is favored at home by -12 points. Huskies coach Chris Peterson will face his former team on the blue turf.
Saturday September 5th at 8PM Eastern Time the Alabama Crimson Tide will face the Wisconsin Badgers on ABC TV from a neutral site in Arlington Texas. The odds have Alabama a -10 point favorite. Paul Chryst will debut as the new Wisconsin head coach. Alabama lost many of their offensive playmakers from a season ago to the NFL.
The Marshall Thundering Herd will host the Purdue Boilermakers at 3PM Eastern Time over FOX Sports 1. Marshall is a -7 point favorite. Boilermakers head coach Darrell Hazell is on the hot seat as Purdue has played poorly in his era. The Boilermakers have struggled physically with their poor ability to tackle Marshall begins an era without quarterback Rakeem Cato who greatly lifted the program back to respectability.
On Labor Day Monday September 7th the Virginia Tech Hokies are home to the Ohio St Buckeyes at 8PM Eastern Time televised by ESPN TV. Ohio St is the -11 ½ point favorite on the road. This is a revenge game for Ohio St. Virginia Tech gave the Buckeyes their only loss of 2014 as the Hokies earned the 35-21 road upset victories as a +10 point underdog. Ohio St had J.T. Barrett under center and had difficulty with the Hokies bookend defensive ends. Barrett finished 9 for 29 with 219 yards with a touchdown and three picks. Head coach Urban Meyer has not named a starting quarterback yet.