NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The college football Week 1 action continues on Friday September 1st with six games on the schedule to the delight of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 8PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 as the Rutgers Scarlet Knights are home to the Washington Huskies. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Washington Huskies favored by -27 ½ points with the total set at 52 ½ points. The Huskies were a playoff team last season and bring back their starting quarterback from a year ago. Huskies crushed the Scarlet Knights in their meeting last year 48-13. Rutgers lost their final nine games of last season getting shutout in two of their final three games. Washington had their hopes for a National Championship ended in their 24-7 defeat to Alabama in the semifinal round.

A rivalry continues at 8PM Eastern Time on PAC 12 Network as the Colorado Buffaloes face the Colorado St Rams. Colorado is favored by -4 points with a total of 66 points. Colorado St opened their season last week by defeating Oregon St at home 58-27 and covering the spread as a -3 point favorite. Colorado St was an outstanding offensive team last year and in their first game of the season was able to push across 525 yards on a PAC 12 defense. Colorado Buffaloes saw huge improvement last season finishing at 10-4 and earning a berth into the Alamo Bowl. Buffaloes must break in a first year starting quarterback and replace eight starters to their defense. It was the Colorado defense that played outstanding holding opponents to under 22 points per game.

At 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV the Wisconsin Badgers host the Utah St Aggies. Wisconsin is favored by -27 ½ points with the total set at 52 points. Aggies head coach Matt Wells led the team to bowl appearances in his first three seasons. Season four didn’t go quite well as the Aggies failed to earn a bowl berth as they finished with a 3-9 record as the offense struggled to score points. Wisconsin has experience on offense and on their defensive front. Their defense has been strong holding opponents to under 16 points per game in each of the two seasons with head coach Paul Chryst.

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