NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Ups Saturday August 24, 2019

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A new college football season begins on Saturday August 24th as there are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of college football bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV from Orlando Florida as the Florida Gators face the Miami Hurricanes. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Florida Gators favored by -7 points with the over under line set at 47 points. Former defensive coordinator for the Hurricanes Manny Diaz makes his debut as head coach with the team. This will be Manny Diaz’ first head coaching job. He was hired at the end of last season as the head coach of Temple but quit for the Miami job. Miami will have six starters return on offense and defense. Hurricanes were an elite defensive team last year holding opponents to 19 points and 279 yards per game. Team will start freshman quarterback Jarren Williams who has size and good speed. Under head coach Dan Mullen the Florida Gators saw improvement offensively as the team finished at 10-3. Gators averaged 35 points and 426 yards per game. They have only five players back on offense one on the offensive line and eight to the defense. Quarterback Felipe Franks returns under center but had his struggles last year against the upper echelon teams.

The late night game begins at 10:30PM Eastern Time on CBS Sports Network as the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors have a home game with the Arizona Wildcats. Arizona is favored on the road by -11 points with the over under line set at 74 points. Hawaii was a bowl team last year seeing improvement under head coach Nick Rolovich now entering his fourth year. Quarterback Cole McDonald led an offense that averaged 31 points and 420 yards per game. Rainbow Warriors are experienced with nine starters back on offense and defense. Arizona comes off a 5-7 year in head coach Kevin Sumlin’s first year with the program as head coach. Wildcats defense continued to be poor as the team allowed 33 points and 458 yards per game. Quarterback Khalil Tate struggled through injuries the past two seasons. He rushed for over 1400 yards in 2017 but last year only had 224 on the ground. He nearly double his touchdown receptions in 2017 with 26.

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