The first slate of college football matches on a Saturday is upon us and it feels as good as the smell of cut grass. You seeing over 50 games and may be considering your book, becoming overwhelmed and going back to bed. I’ve made choices on five matches that may??help it become a little less difficult for you.
Without further ado, here are my five most favorite college soccer stakes for Saturday, August 24:
This line was moving all week that has left me a happy person down. I expected some movement in the other direction following the devastating injury to Alabama center linebacker Dylan Moses, who is basically the defense’s quarterback. Meanwhile, the running springs Najee Harris and Brian Robinson is going to be frozen for the first half of the game, while that will detour people, this intrigues me since I am sure coach Nick Saban will want some full-team repetitions with Tua Tagovailoa in the second half allowing greater chances to rack up the score.
Alabama averaged 45.6 points a game last year and with all the Tagovailoa/Jerry Jeudy link, I expect another offensive juggernaut from 2019, although the lack of Moses on the defensive side of the ball can create some openings early on that Duke may have the ability to harness and find some offense to help the OVER.
Back-to-back seasons, the Texas Longhorns have fallen to unranked teams and that has scared me away from financing them in the early phases of 2019. I have a lot of confidence in the offense of the Longhorns and quarterback Sam Ehlinger’s development. Texas’ offense contains a first hand defensive coordinator and ought to be able to flex its muscles against an LA Tech team which must replace its line.
It takes two to tango and like the Bulldogs’ defensive lineup that is revived that the Longhorns have a defense after finding success on that aspect of the ball in 2018. There are eight starters out of 2018 who are not on the team this season, so there will be a few growing pains with this talented defense that is youthful and the veteran crime of LA Tech should find victory.
I have been a small bullish on Michigan going to the 2019 year, and this coming from an Ohio State fan. This is Jim Harbaugh season with the Wolverines, no more excuses, here is the team that you have constructed and I believe they get the year started off with a bang. Last year, Michigan had four wins of 35 points or more and have an experienced veteran team going into 2019.
The Blue Raiders played Week 3 at Georgia, squad last season was rated by with one, and was swarmed 49-7. Josh Gattis is your new offensive coordinator for the Wolverines and ought to spark some life into what appeared to be a bit of a stale crime at times last year. Defensively, Michigan will once again be among the greatest colleges in the nation and winning from more or 35 in Week 1 shouldn’t come as any shock.
The game of college football’s Week 1 schedule has a pair of ranked teams clubbed in AT&T Stadium at Texas. There’s a good deal of hype surrounding Oregon and its own quarterback Justin Herbert heading to 2019, and rightfully so. As his Ducks finished 9-4, including a win over Michigan State in the Redbox Bowl, the senior threw for over 3,000 yards with 29 touchdowns and eight interceptions last year.
True freshman Bo Nix has been poised to flip heads for Auburn. The two freshmen to start for a Electricity Five team both went onto win the national championship in Trevor Lawrence in 2019 and Tua Tagovailoa at 2018 , today I’m not saying the title will be won by Auburn , just that Nix is no joke. Additionally there’s already been seven matchups with ranked teams and the home team is 5-2 SU and ATS in those games. The Pac-12 as a street team vs the SEC is 6-13 SU 8-10-1 ATS overall since 2008 and hasn’t had a win since 2009.
I had to have a single underdog on the listing and I’m taking a look at the West Coast with this particular one. The Huskies are bringing in an FCS squad and the line reflects the disparity between the colleges. However, I think this is a lineup good enough with the Eagles coming off a strong showing in 2018 to jump .
Eastern Washington seemed at the FCS domestic championship game and had the offense in the FCS, but lost to North Dakota State. They have nine starters returning along with the program before has been shown to be tough against Washington. The Huskies have a quarterback new running back and general had to substitute nine novices. Washington ranked 88th in offense this past year and could stumble out of the gate mixed with the Eagles’ high-octane crime and that’s why I am backing Eastern Washington.

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