NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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With the NFL regular season a week away it will be college football taking center stage on Sunday August 31st as there are two outstanding games scheduled over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time as the Utah St Aggies will hit the road to open their season against the Tennessee Volunteers. It will be the SEC Network televising this game from Tennessee. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home team Tennessee Volunteers the -6 point wagering favorite with a total lined at 51 ½ points. Those who play on Tennessee on the money line will lay -240 odds with the return on Utah St Aggies at +200 odds on the money line. Utah St has played in three straight bowl games including posting a win against a very good Northern Illinois school in the Poinsettia Bowl 21-14. Utah St suffered heavy turnover losing 8 starters on offense and 6 to their defense. They have a senior under center in Chuckie Keeton. Tennessee has missed a bowl game for the past three seasons. Senior quarterback Justin Worley will have all his targets back from last year in the passing game.

The SMU Mustangs will face an extreme test in week one on the road as they face the Baylor Bears. Things get started from Baylor at 7:30PM Eastern Time and FOX Sports 1 will provide the coast to coast broadcast. The current point spread in this game has the home side Baylor Bears the -33 point wagering favorite with the over under set at 74 points. SMU missed a bowl game in 2013 as they finished at 5-7 as two straight losses to close the season were costly. Sophomore quarterback Neal Burcham is a first year starter who saw limited work last year with 2 touchdowns and 4 picks. Baylor finished 10-2 and made the Fiesta Bowl last year. Senior quarterback Bryce Petty returns after passing for 32 touchdowns and 3 picks in 2013. The Bears offense put up 52.4 points per game last year.

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