NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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We move into week two of the college football season and scheduled are several outstanding matchups on Saturday September 6th that will satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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The featured early afternoon game kicking off at 12PM Eastern Time will have the Missouri Tigers in a tough travel test as they face MAC conference favorites the Toledo Rockets televised by ESPN. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Missouri Tigers favored by -6 ½ points. They met in 2013 and it was easy for Missouri as they posted the 38-23 home victory.

It will be a PAC 12 conference showdown in week two as the USC Trojans will hit the road to face the Stanford Cardinal. Things get started from Stanford at 3:30PM Eastern Time over ABC TV. Stanford is favored by -3 points. USC pulled off the upset at home winning 20-17.

A monster Big 10 versus PAC 12 matchup is on tap as the Michigan St Spartans bravely travels to the Pacific Northwest to face the Oregon Ducks. The Spartans and Ducks begin at Oregon at 6:30PM Eastern Time on FOX. Oregon has been lined as a -13 ½ point wagering favorite. Michigan St has shown success in recent seasons defending spread offenses.

The Michigan Wolverines continues their annual rivalry game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. These two storied programs start from Notre Dame at 7:30PM Eastern Time on NBC TV. The Fighting Irish is favored by -4 ½ points. In their 2013 meeting it was Michigan winning 41-20.

The Texas Longhorns are out for revenge as they host the upstart BYU Cougars with a start time of 7:30PM Eastern Time over FOX Sports 1. Texas is just a -3 point home favorite. The Longhorns were embarrassed in their 2013 meeting with BYU losing 40-21 on the road and failing to stop the run.

The Ohio St Buckeyes will make their 2014 debut at home with their freshman quarterback as they welcome the Virginia Tech Hokies at 8PM Eastern Time televised by ESPN TV. J.T. Barrett passed for 226 yards and two touchdowns hitting on 80% of his throws in his debut last week for the Buckeyes.

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