NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Ups Sunday September 1, 2019

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The college football action for Sunday September 1st features a single game scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It begins at 7:30PM Easter Time on ABC TV as the Oklahoma Sooners are home to the Houston Cougars. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Oklahoma Sooners favored by -23 points with the over under line set at 80 points.

Oklahoma is coming off a 12-2 season mark. They did earn a trip to the playoffs following their win against Texas 39-27 in the Big 12 Championship Game. Sooners were able to extract revenge following their 48-45 defeat earlier in the season. Oklahoma battled Alabama in a semifinal playoff game and was defeated 45-34. Sooners were blessed with NFL first round talent the past two seasons with Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray at quarterback. They turn to Alabama transfer Jalen Hurts at quarterback. He is not as accurate with the deep ball in comparison to Murray and Mayfield. Oklahoma has only four starters returning on offense and will line up with four first year starters on the offensive line. This offense in 2018 posted 48.4 points and 570 yards per game. Defense will need to improve after surrendering 33 points and 454 yards per game. Alex Grinch the former defensive coordinator at Ohio St takes over as the DC for the Sooners.

Houston comes off an 8-5 record in 2018. Former West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen takes over as head coach. Some speculate he was brought over to move the Houston Cougars into the Big 12. Cougars in 2019 posted 43.9 points and 513 yards per game. They do return their starting quarterback D’Eriq King and his playmakers in the passing and running game. Cougars lack experience on defense with only four starters returning. Houston last year saw the defense worsen in 2018 by allowing 37.2 points and 496 yards per game. Team has only one starter back in the front seven. Cougars faced a Big 12 team last year and dropped a 63-49 decision at Texas Tech.

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