NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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A new college football regular season begins at Saturday August 26th with four games scheduled to the delight of sports bettors worldwide. Three games will air over national television.

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It all begins at 2:30PM Eastern Time as the Colorado St Rams will host the Oregon St Beavers televised by CBS Sports Network. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Colorado St Rams favored by -4 points with the over under line of 58 ½ points. Colorado St was an offensive machine to close the season in 2015 as the team put up 35 points per game. Nick Stevens enters his senior year under center and is coming off an outstanding season as the Rams put up 42 points or greater in five of their final six games which includes 62 points they scored at San Diego St. Rams did defend the pass well last year. Oregon St looks to improve on a 4-8 year last season with question marks at the starting quarterback position.

At 7:30PM Eastern Time on CBS Sports Network the San Jose Spartans have a home date with the South Florida Bulls. South Florida is favored by -21 points with the over under line of 68 ½ points. South Florida was fourth in college football last year in scoring with 43.8 points per game. Quinton Flowers returns as the starting quarterback as the team has seven starters back on offense. San Jose St was 4-8 last year breaking in a first year head coach and quarterback. Spartans were 109th in scoring defense allowing 34.7points per game.

The late night games goes off at 10PM Eastern Time from Australia as the Rice Owls will battle the Stanford Cardinal on ESPN. Stanford is favored by -31 points with the total set at 51 points. Keller Chryst returns under center for Stanford for his junior season. They need improvement on offense as the team was 115th in passing and 84th in scoring putting up 26.3 points per game. Rice finished at 3-9 and will bring back seven on offense and nine to the defense. Defense is in need of major improvement with the Owls allowing 504 yards per game which was 123rd in the nation.

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