NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

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The college football card for Thursday September 1st features several games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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On ESPNU TV at 7:30PM Eastern Time the Florida International Golden Panthers will host the Indiana Hoosiers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Indiana Hoosiers favored by -9 points with the over under line set at 61 points. The teams met a season ago with Indiana earning the 36-22 victory and cover at home as a -7 ½ point favorite. It was a balanced attack for the Hoosiers who rushed for 205 yards and threw for 234. It was announced that Richard Lagow will start at quarterback. The junior is a transfer from Connecticut who has not thrown a pass in college football. Lagow is a big guy standing six feet six inches tall and 240 pounds. Florida International is a very experienced offensive team with nine starters returning.

It will be SEC conference action airing on ESPN at 8PM Eastern Time as the Vanderbilt Commodores will host the South Carolina Gamecocks. Vanderbilt is lined as a -4 ½ point favorite with the total coming in at 42 ½ points. South Carolina has dominated recent meetings between these schools as they are winners of seven straight in this series. Both teams are coming off down seasons with poor offensive production in 2015. Will Muschamp takes over the head coaching duties at South Carolina after Steve Spurrier stepped down.

It will be a PAC 12 versus Big Ten showdown on Big Ten Network at 9PM Eastern Time as the Minnesota Golden Gophers will host the Oregon St Beavers. Minnesota is favored by -13 points with the total set at 55 ½ points. Minnesota head coach Tracy Claeys begins his first full year with the school after taking over for Jerry Kill who had to step down during the season last year with health problems. They finished at 5-7 in the regular season and got a bowl invite that resulted in a seven point victory to Central Michigan. Gary Anderson took the Oregon St job in 2015 after leaving Wisconsin. The Beavers finished at 2-10 a season ago. They have an experienced slew of receivers in the upcoming season.

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