The first week of the 2016 college football season kicks off in full swing with several games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.
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The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Colorado Buffaloes will host the Colorado St Rams. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Colorado Buffaloes favored by -7 ½ points with the total lined at 57 points. Colorado won the meeting in 2015 by a field goal in overtime. It is a very experienced Buffaloes team in 2016 with a senior quarterback in Sefo Liufau. The Rams have participated in bowl games the past three seasons. Colorado St returns only four starters to their defense.
A nice one is scheduled over FOX Sports 1 at 9PM Eastern Time as the Stanford Cardinal will be home to the Kansas St Wildcats. Stanford is lined as a -15 ½ point favorite with the over under set at 48 ½ points. The Cardinal was Rose Bowl champs a season ago and breaks in a new quarterback in 2016. They return their Heisman candidate in Christian McCaffrey. Kansas St starting quarterback Jesse Ertz hopes for better health after being named the starter in 2015. Ertz participated in just one play in 2015 and got injured after a five yard run from scrimmage. The Wildcats look to improve on a defense that gave up 31 points per game.
Mid-major programs take center stage at 9PM Eastern Time on ESPNU TV as the Arkansas St Red Wolves will host the Toledo Rockets. Arkansas St is favored by -3 ½ points with the total lined at 64 points. Toledo finished at 10-2 last year and defeated Temple in the Boca Raton bowl 32-17. The defense loses seven starters from 2015. They have experience on offense that averaged 461 yards and 35 points per game. The Red Wolves were a 9-4 team in 2015 but had a disappointing New Orleans Bowl appearance losing to Louisiana Tech by the score of 47-28. Arkansas St was an explosive offense in 2015 by averaging 40 points per game.