From here until the end of the college football season, we’re going to give you the top three games each week that you should be throwing your cash at.
Please do not take this as betting advice but as a general discussion. You can join our Discord after reading the article to discuss more about the process. So let us take a look at the top three opportunities in this week of games:
Georgia Tech at Florida State (Under 54 1/2)
For the first game of the year, offenses usually struggle as they try to shake off the rust. With that being said, there is a lot more corrosion due to COVID-19.
Spring practice is imperative to install a new offense. Florida State is revamping an offense under new head coach Mike Norvell. Georgia Tech is in year No. 2 under head coach Geoff Collins, and his rebuild in going away from the triple-option.
Niether coach has “their players” yet to run their systems, and both offenses are limited on reps. FSU has multiple defensive players that will find their way to a NFL roster, while Georgia Tech returns the majority of its 2019 defense. Last season, Georgia Tech never scored 30 or more points in a game and FSU still has an awful offensive line.
This is the bet we have the most confidence in. Take the under.
Western Kentucky at Louisville (-11 1/2)
The Cardinals of Louisville had some bright moments in 2019 under first year head coach Scott Satterfield. Louisville has beaten Western Kentucky 11 straight times, and there is no doubt in our mind that this will be No. 12.
Western Kentucky is debuting a new starting quarterback and Louisville has enough depth in its front seven to handle the Hilltoppers’ running attack for the second consecutive year.
UAB at Miami (-13 1/2) — Thursday Night
Even with the opt-outs, Miami returns what should be the best defense in the ACC. We all saw UAB struggle against Central Arkansas, and this should be a great coming-out party for new Hurricanes’ quarterback and Houston transfer D’Eriq King.
Since reinstating football, the Blazers are 0-3 against Power 5 teams. None of those losses have come by fewer than 23 points.
Bonus: Clemson at Wake Forest (Over 60 1/2)
Clemson returns a generationally-talented quarterback in Trevor Lawrence and one of the best running backs in the nation in Travis Etienne. The Tigers also have a hoist of talent on the offensive side.
Don’t sleep on quarterback Sam Hartman and the Demon Deacons to score some points, either. In 2019, Clemson scored at least 40 points against eight of its nine ACC opponents. Wake Forest will do its part for this one to exceed a point total of 60.
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