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2015 Wisconsin Badgers Season Preview – Betting Futures Odds and Win Total

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CFB-WISCONSIN-TEAM-PREVIEW
Following Gary Anderson’s departure to take the head coaching job at Oregon State, Wisconsin brought back a former colleague and offensive coordinator at Wisconsin. Paul Chryst is the new head coach, and he was born in Madison and played QB for the Badgers.
Chryst was the head coach at Pittsburgh the past three seasons and inherits a team that is favored to win the Big Ten West division again after going 7-1 in conference play last season. Don’t buy the hype.
2015 SCHEDULE
9/5: vs. Alabama (Arlington)
9/12: vs. Miami, Ohio
9/19: vs. Troy
9/26: vs. Hawaii
10/3: vs. Iowa
10/10: at Nebraska
10/17: vs. Purdue
10/24: at Illinois
10/31 vs. Rutgers
11/7: at Maryland
11/21: vs. Northwestern
11/28: at Minnesota
Wisconsin’s schedule is pretty ordinary again despite opening with Alabama as a 9-point underdog on a neutral field at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. The Badgers will be huge favorites in their next three home games and play a fourth-straight at home to open Big Ten play against Iowa as a likely inflated double-digit favorite.
The next week it’s to Nebraska in a near pick ‘em and ‘Husker nation will be ready for redemption following a pair of blowout losses to the Badgers the past three seasons.
Five more weeks lie ahead as favorites and some sizeable, but an upset or two wouldn’t surprise before they close at Minnesota over Thanksgiving and the Gophers will get the Axe back.
SEASON WIN TOTAL
Wisconsin’s season over/under win total is 9.5 with -140 juice to the over. The Badgers also opened 65-1 to win the National Title despite being the favorite to win the Big Ten West division.
Don’t buy into this Badgers team as top-tier, as this is an over-rated Wisconsin team and ‘under’ the season win total must be bet. They’re a definite candidate to start the season ranked in the top-15 and be out of the top-25 by mid-October.
OFFENSIVE OUTLOOK
Senior QB Joel Stave returns as the starter, but last year he completed just 53 percent of his passes for 1,350 yards and a 9/10 TD-to-INT ratio. He handed the ball to the Big Ten’s best back often last season and the Badgers had one of the league’s very best offensive lines.
That’s not the case this season, as coach Chryst noted at the start of fall camp, “Right now, today, I couldn’t tell you who the starting five are.” The only sure starters if healthy are senior LT Tyler Marz and center Dan Voltz. So don’t expect the Badgers to come close to last year’s 320 rushing yards per game and note they have their fifth offensive line coach since 2011.
New running backs and a sub-par receiving corps outside of top returning WR senior Alex Erickson makes the Badgers over-valued on offense and perhaps their most inefficient offense in the past seven seasons.
DEFENSIVE OUTLOOK
Wisconsin outgained Big Ten opponents by 215 yards per game last season and the defense allowed less than 300 yards per game but 21 points per game. However, with the offense controlling the ball, clock and chains, the defense was fresher and better than projected with limited starters returning.
This year five starters are back and the Badgers are more experienced overall on this side of the ball. The strength is in the secondary which should be one of the Big Ten’s best. Top tackler and senior strong safety Michael Caputo was second team All-American, but teams are still likely to run the ball better on the Badgers, who allowed 126 rushing yards per game last season.
SEASON PREDICTION
If Wisconsin wins 10 games, which I don’t see, it won’t be because they’re real good. Rather, the schedule isn’t tough, but with the offensive line weakness against Alabama’s strong defensive front seven, I don’t see an upset coming opening week.
Road games at Nebraska and Minnesota could well be losses, so right there the ‘under’ season win total is cashed. But clearly this team could be upset along the way with a stagnant offense and more pressure put on the defense to perform.
Wisconsin might be the favorite to win the Big Ten West, but they’re not nearly as strong nor a worthy wager to make it to the Big Ten title game or attain double-digit victories.
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NCAAF Picks, Ohio State Buckeyes Football Preview Predictions

2015 Ohio State Buckeyes Season Preview – Betting Futures Odds and Win Total

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The defending national champs are expected to contend for the national title again as Ohio State is a 3-1 choice to repeat. The Buckeyes are supremely talented with balance and strength on offense that can overpower teams and allow the improved defense to deliver stronger stats this season.
2015 SCHEDULE
9/7: at Virginia Tech
9/12: vs. Hawaii
9/19: vs. Northern Illinois
9/26: vs. Western Michigan
10/3: at Indiana
10/10: vs. Maryland (Homecoming)
10/17: vs. Penn State
10/24: at Rutgers
11/7: vs. Minnesota
11/14: at Illinois
11/21: vs. Michigan State
11/27: at Michigan
The Big Ten East division remains the strongest and Ohio State plays their toughest two games at home against Michigan State and Penn State. The Buckeyes do not play three of the strongest teams from the West division in Wisconsin, Nebraska or Iowa.
SEASON WIN TOTAL
The Buckeyes are lined at 11.5 wins with heavy juice on the under at -180. It will take an undefeated regular season to cash an over season win ticket, but the Buckeyes get their two toughest opponents at home.
However, recall their one loss last season was at home to Virginia Tech as a 11-point favorite.
Early lines show Ohio State laying over two TDs to Virginia Tech along with their closest rivals in the Big Ten East division Michigan State, Penn State and Michigan. The Buckeyes are a heavy favorite to make a return trip to the NCAA playoffs and final four, but there is no value betting on or against Ohio State this season.
OFFENSIVE OUTLOOK
The Buckeyes averaged 45 points per game and 512 yards offense each of the past two seasons and did so last season despite losing preseason Big Ten Player of the Year QB Braxton Miller. He returns, but so too does last year’s star starter and third team All American quarterback JT Barrett. Cardale Jones was the third string QB last year and all he did was guide the Buckeyes to three-straight wins to close the season over Wisconsin, Alabama and Oregon.
Jones has a rocket arm and passed for over 200 yards in playoff victories over Alabama and Oregon, but Barrett will get first crack to remain the starter in a heated battle with three talented quarterbacks.
Ohio State returns more and is stronger this season, and regardless of who is under center, the Buckeyes are loaded at every position and should once again be an elite offensive team that may both run and pass for an average of over 250 yards per game.
DEFENSIVE OUTLOOK
Seven starters return on defense and head coach Urban Meyer’s team is stockpiled with talent. The linebacker unit is elite, and junior All-American DL Joey Bosa is a projected No. 1 overall pick in next year’s NFL draft. Senior defensive tackle Adolphus Washington may also be a first round pick and their pressure on opposing QBs will be fierce again after dropping opposing QBs 45 times last season.
That pressure will make an already talented and top-tier secondary even better. Junior safety’s Vonn Bell and Tyvis Powell combined for 10 INTs last season.
Still, Ohio State did get gashed on the ground last season by Navy (370) and Indiana (288).
Against quality QBs, they allowed high passing yards and production against Cincinnati (352), Michigan State (358) and Oregon (333). This is a team that allowed at least 24 points in four of their final five games before holding Oregon to 20 in the national title game. The Buckeyes have room to grow and will be better if the run defense improves as expected. There’s too much talent here to not be among the Big Ten’s best.
SEASON PREDICTION
The Buckeyes again face a very modest schedule as the Big Ten has not been strong the past few seasons and their toughest opponents travel to the Horseshoe in Columbus, where Ohio State fans led the nation in attendance last season (105,000/game).
Last year’s projected dominant team Florida State did go undefeated in the regular season but was very fortunate and struggled against a handful of teams. Ohio State will be powerful again and coach Urban Meyer is the best in the business and willing to pound teams and put them away.
He’ll have plenty of opportunities to do so again this season, but there is no value at all betting on Ohio State to win the national title, so I can’t recommend betting on an undefeated season either.
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AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic 2013 Odds, NCAA Football Predictions

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All of the festivities on the gridiron for NCAA football betting aficionados gets started in the Cotton Bowl for the Texas A&M Aggies ( 10-2, 7-5 ATS ) and the Oklahoma Sooners ( 10-2, 6-6 ATS ). These two will duke it out from Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, TX on Thursday, January 3rd at 8:00 p.m. ET in a clash televised on FOX. Continue reading

Heart of Dallas Bowl Betting Predictions and Odds

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The Purdue Boilermakers ( 6-6, 6-6 ATS ) and the Oklahoma State Cowboys ( 7-5, 7-5 ATS ) are set to take each other on in NCAA football action on Tuesday, January 1st at 12:00 p.m. ET. ESPNU and Watch ESPN will have live coverage of what should be a great battle at the Heart of Dallas Bowl on the college football odds. This bowl game will be hosted by the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, TX. Continue reading

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Predictions, NCAA Football Betting Lines

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The battle on the college football betting lines will be hot and heavy for the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl on Saturday, December 29th. The TCU Horned Frogs ( 7-5, 5-7 ATS ) and the Michigan State Spartans ( 6-6, 4-8 ATS ) are going to be squaring off against each other in a 10:15 ET kickoff from Sun Devil Stadium in Tucson, AZ. This bowl game clash will be televised live on ESPN and Watch ESPN. Continue reading

College Football Picks – Hokies Vs Yellow Jackets Betting Odds

NCAA Football Picks – Virginia Tech Hokies To Flex Muscles, Slam Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Monday Night

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Our NCAA football picks are set to continue at Bookmaker Sportsbook with a look at the clash between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. This Week 1 encounter is sure to be a very interesting game in the ACC on Monday night.

Virginia Tech Hokies NCAA Football Betting Online VS Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets NCAAF Odds

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Our 2012 NCAA football picks continue for football diehards with a look at the Virginia Tech Hokies ( 0-0, 0-0 ATS ) and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets ( 0-0, 0-0 ATS ). Join us on Monday, September 3rd at 8:00 p.m. ET from Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, VA, as we break down the Week 1 college football betting lines for what should be a great game televised on ESPN and ESPN3.com.

NCAA Football Betting Odds

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: +7.5
Virginia Tech Hokies: -7.5
Total: 48

The ACC Coastal Division crown might very well be decided on the first Monday of the season in what has become an annual tradition: A Memorial Day clash on Monday Night Football in the ACC. This time around, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech are going to have at it, and fireworks are surely going to fly between two teams that have grown to hate one another.

The Hokies only have three returners on offense, and that is going to make it difficult to make NCAA football betting picks on them. That being said, QB Logan Thomas is one of the players back in the fold, and he is one of the more dynamic signal callers in the conference. Thomas threw for 3,013 yards and rushed for a team high 11 scores in 2011.

But of course, the key for Head Coach Frank Beamer is his defense, which ranked #7 in the land, allowing just 17.6 points per game last year. Nine of the 11 starters from that crew are back, and that has to be a great omen to make NCAA football gambling picks on this club.

Georgia Tech went 8-5 last year, but it seemed to be distantly behind the Hokies when push came to shove. QB Tevin Washington and the majority of his triple option offense are back, but the key is going to be finding some help on defense. Until the Ramblin’ Wreck can allow less than the 26.6 points per game that they conceded a campaign ago, it might be downright impossible to make NCAA football wagering picks on them.

NCAA Football Betting Pick – Defensive Coordinator Bud Foster figured something out when it came to defending the triple option in the second half of last year’s game. Now, the mass majority of that defense is back, and we know that that is a good sign for this game. We just don’t see how the Ramblin’ Wreck is going to move the ball up and down the field, especially since V-Tech has had the entire offseason to prepare for this wild offense. Georgia Tech is just 1-6-1 ATS in its last eight games, and we don’t see that mark improving in Week 1.

The Virginia Tech Hokies and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are set to give it a go on the gridiron, and we are ready to make our NCAA football picks for the game. Here at Bookmaker Sportsbook, we are your official home for the 2012 college football season, and we are going to have odds available on every single clash on the year!

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NCAAF Betting Odds – Commodores Vs Red Wolves Predictions

CFB Lines – Oregon Ducks to Lambaste Red Wolves in 2012 Season Opener

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Nonconference CFB lines action closes out Bookmaker Sportsbook’s Saturday night slate when the Arkansas State Red Wolves invade Eugene to take on the Oregon Ducks and their “Quack Attack.”

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The reigning Pac 12 champion Oregon Ducks ( 0-0, 0-0 ATS ) will open up their respective 2012 campaign on Saturday, September 1st from the comfy confines of Autzen Stadium where they’ll take on the Arkansas State Red Wolves versus the CFB lines; ESPN will carry the live television broadcast starting at 10:30 ET.

CFB Betting Lines

Arkansas State Red Wolves: +35.5
Oregon Ducks : -35.5
Total: 65

The Sun Belt has long been a conference the heavyweights used for target practice throughout their non-conference schedule, but with four of the nine teams posting +.500 records a year ago, the gap is starting to close. One of the squads that had an impeccable 2011 season just so happened to be the Arkansas State Red Wolves who went undefeated in SBC play en route to a going to their first bowl game since 2005. Though the Red Wolves were walloped 38-20 and failed to cover as one-point CFB betting line favorites against Northern Illinois in the GoDaddy.com Bowl, the future still looks on the up and up for this program.

Unfortunately, it was a one and done showing from then Coach Hugh Freeze who took his fast paced offensive attack to Mississippi in hopes of turning the fortunes of the Rebels program around. However, in comes Gus Malzahn whose offensive prowess became known back in 2010 when he and Cam Newton took college football by storm en route to a national championship. He’ll get 10 returning starters to work with, but most importantly, he’ll have senior QB Ryan Aplin at his disposal as the Red Wolves trot their new-look offense onto the Autzen Stadium turf. Arkansas State went 4-2 SU & 4-1-1 ATS on the road a year ago.

Fresh off their first Rose bowl win since 1917, the Ducks embark on their 2012 campaign with wide eyes knowing full well another double-digit winning season can potentially be in the cards. What else can you say about Head Coach Chip Kelly and his staff’s brilliance since taking over the reins in Eugene? Since spelling Mike Bellotti back in 2008, Oregon has gone on to post 10-3, 10-3, 12-1, and 12-2 SU records en route to bowl berths in the Holiday, Rose twice, and BCS National Championship Game. Along with all the success, the Ducks have also been rock solid against the CFB lines going a combined 30-21-2 ATS during that stretch.

When it comes to breaking down the Ducks, it’s mostly been about the offense. That will once again be the case this year with De’Anthony Thomas and the duo of Bryan Bennett and Marcus Mariota stepping in for the departed Darron Thomas and LaMichael James; don’t expect the overall numbers to taper too far off of the 46.1 points and 523 yards of combined offense put forth last season – they could possibly be exceeded! That said, what has the fans in Eugene up in arms over the prospects of what could possibly occur on the defensive side of the ball this season with the unit returning six starters and being awfully deep. Oregon was forced to lay an average of nearly 29 PPG at home a year ago, and because of it, only managed a 3-4-1 mark versus the closing pointspread.

CFB Lines Prediction: Right out of the chute, oddsmakers have tagged the Ducks lofty home chalk against the Red Wolves in both teams season debut, and the line’s nearly a TD higher than the average number it laid at home last season. Still, Oregon is one of the premiere programs in the country right now, and while Arkansas State returns with some nice pieces to the puzzle, we just don’t foresee them being able to run with the Ducks for a full four quarters. This one could be close early with the Ducks offense discovering itself, but once it does, look out!

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NCAA Football Picks Week 1 – Clemson Tigers Vs Auburn Tigers Odds

CFB Spreads –Clemson Tigers to Sang Consecutive Wins over Auburn in Georgia Dome

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The first full Saturday of 2012 CFB spreads action continues at Bookmaker Sportsbook when the Tigers of both Auburn and Clemson collide under the neutral field setting of the Georgia Dome.

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A fantastic SEC/ACC rivalry will play out for the third straight season on Saturday, September 1st when the #14 Clemson Tigers ( 0-0, 0-0 ATS ) and #25 Auburn Tigers ( 0-0, 0-0 ATS ) partake in Week 1 CFB spreads action in Atlanta, GA from the Georgia Dome in the second match-up of the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game; tonight’s clash will be broadcasted live on ESPN starting at 7:00 ET.

CFB Betting Lines

Clemson Tigers: -3
Auburn Tigers: +3

If you went out and played a future wager on Head Coach Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers to win the ACC last season, you came away with a pretty penny. After just qualifying for a bowl with a 6-6 SU record, nobody could have predicted the success the Tigers ended up having in the 2011 regular season even though the team returned 13 overall starters. Now with targets right square on their backs, the 2012 edition will not sneak up on anyone evidenced by them offering up a +500 return to repeat the feat; a payoff that only sits behind Florida State ( -125 ) and Virginia Tech ( +300 ). The Tigers went a decent 8-6 versus the CFB betting spreads a year ago, and has 14 starters returning from that ACC championship team.

Back to lead the offense will be QB Tajh Boyd who threw for 3828 yards and sported a 33:12 TD/INT ratio, and he also proved to be a force on the ground rushing for 200+ yards and five scores. Unfortunately his favorite target – WR Sammy Watkins – will not be allowed to partake in this game due to suspension, but the Tigers still pose a major threat offensively with RB Andre Ellington and WR DeAndre Hopkins lining up. After getting gouged for 70 points in its loss to West Virginia in the Orange Bowl, the program went out and spent big money to bring in defensive coordinator Brent Venables over from Oklahoma. The hope is that his schemes will allow for the Tigers to improve upon the near 30 PPG the defense allowed last season.

After cruising to a 14-0 overall record in 2010 that was capped off with a 22-19 win over the Oregon Ducks in the BCS Championship Game, a drop-off was expected last season with QB Cam Newton taking his talents to the next level. However, a tip of the cap must go out to Head Coach Gene Chizik and his staff for getting their team to overachieve in a big time way. Though forced to battle the trio of Alabama, LSU, and Arkansas within the division, the Tigers finished their 2011 campaign 8-5 SU after going out and lambasting the Virginia Cavaliers 43-24 in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl. Fitting they return to the scene of the crime in the Georgia Dome where they’ll look to avenge last year’s CFB spread road loss to the Tigers.

After having just six starters return last season, Auburn is one of the most experienced teams in the SEC with a whopping 15 starters set to return to the gridiron in 2012. The offense has six back with senior RB Onterio McCalebb leading the way out of the backfield, but the unit will be breaking in a new pro-style offense with former offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn taking the head coaching gig at Arkansas State. Defensively, the Tigers look to be stout up front with the entire two deep returning headlined by DE Corey Lemonier, and the secondary could rank amongst the best in the country with it returning almost completely intact.

CFB Spreads Analysis: Last year’s 38-24 home win and cover by Clemson snapped Auburn’s 14-game win streak in the recent series; the high scorer also snapped a three-game ‘under’ run. This year’s match-up is extremely tough to decipher. Clemson will be without its game breaker and is breaking in a new defense. Auburn holds the advantage experience wise, but is breaking in a new offense. Which unit will break enough to secure the neutral field win and cover? We lean to the Tigers in purple and orange, as Clemson has recruited exceptionally well through the years and we’re just more of a believer in what Clemson accomplished last season. On top of that, they’ve got a bitter taste in their mouths much in need of washing out after that debacle in the Orange Bowl.

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Nittany Lions Vs Bobcats Betting Picks – NCAA Football Lines

CFB Betting – Ohio to Cover at Penn State in a Potential Week 1 Upset

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The next time you log on to Bookmaker Sportsbook look for Ohio to cover at Penn State in a potential upset in Week 1 on the CFB betting odds. If you like big limits and security, join the world’s number one sportsbook right now!

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After perhaps the most tumultuous off-season ever, the Penn State Nittany Lions ( 9-4 in 2011, 3-9-1 ATS ) could face some unexpected difficulty in CFB betting vs. the Ohio Bobcats ( 10-4 in 2011, 7-7 ATS ) in the season opener on Saturday, September 1st from Beaver Stadium in University Park, PA at 12:00 Noon ET on ESPN.

Setting aside the Sandusky issues and focusing on football, the Nittany Lions were not very good on the CFB betting lines last year, winning quite a few close games vs. teams they would have slaughtered in the past, and the Ohio football program is one on the rise that has a realistic chance of pulling an upset.

Current Line at Bookmaker:
Penn State Nittany Lions: -6
Total: 43

The Bobcats won 10 games for the first time in 40 years last season, and they nearly won the MAC Championship Game, losing 23-20 to Northern Illinois on a field goal on the final play of regulation. Ohio then went on to cap its year with a thrilling 24-23 win over Utah State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.

The best news for the Bobcats is that duel threat quarterback Tyler Tettleton returns after becoming the first Ohio U. quarterback in history to pass for over 3000 yards last year, and he added 658 yards on the ground and accounted for 38 touchdowns ( 28 passing, 10 rushing ) while thriving in Coach Frank Solich‘s no-huddle offense.

Tettleton would not be the first duel threat quarterback to give the Penn State defense fits, and Ohio may have better balance on offense with an improved running game this year with junior tailbacks Beau Blankenship and Ryan Boykin expected to progress and redshirt freshman Kyle Hammonds possibly challenging for playing time.

Despite all that is going on in Happy Valley, expect no sympathy from an Ohio team that looks at this game as a chance to put itself on the map and score a major CFB betting odds victory for the oft maligned MAC.

Now Penn State does return quarterback Matt McGloin, but keep in mind this is a guy that completed only 54.1 percent of his passes and threw just eight touchdown passes last year while guiding a passing attack that ranked 99th in the country with 177.0 passing yards per game.

Furthermore, the Nittany Lions projected starting running back Silas Redd transferred to USC, their leading receiver Derek Moye graduated and they had their top three projected receivers this year transfer out in the wake of the scandal. The defense was not as hard hit by defections and that unit did rank fifth in the country in scoring defense last year.

However, Tettleton is precisely the type of quarterback that gave this defense fits, and if he has just a bit of success, Penn State could be in trouble given the expected struggles of the offense.

CFB Betting Pick: Take Ohio ( +6 ) on Saturday, September 1st

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Boise State Vs Michigan State Predictions – NCAAF Week 1 Picks

CFB Odds – Defenses to Rule in Boise State and Michigan State’s ESPN Clash

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CFB odds action picks back up at Bookmaker Sportsbook on Friday night when the Boise State Broncos invade East Lansing to battle the upstart Michigan State Spartans.

Michigan State Spartans CFB Betting Online VS Boise State Broncos CFB Odds

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CFB odds bettors and fans alike get to witness the genius that is Chris Petersen as he takes his Boise State Broncos ( 0-0, 0-0 ATS ) into East Lansing to kick off his squad’s 2012 campaign against the Michigan State Spartans ( 0-0, 0-0 ATS ) who most figure will play a major role in the Big Ten title hunt; Friday, August 31st’s kick-off is set for 7:00 ET form Spartan Stadium with ESPN covering the live telecast.

CFB Betting Lines
Boise State Broncos: +7
Michigan State Spartans: -7
Total: 50

Fans of the Broncos have been spoiled throughout Coach Petersen’s stay in Boise, as the program has been one of the best non-AQ qualifiers in the country every year under his watch. This is a squad that went 14-0 back in 2009 and went on to play in the Fiesta Bowl, but while the last two seasons saw the Broncos lose a total of just two games, they were relegated to the Las Vegas Bowl instead of playing for BCS glory. However, this CFB betting odds season will truly be telling of just how good this program is with only seven total starters returning from last season’s 12-1 team.

Going from one of the most experienced teams in the country a year ago to one mostly green this time around will certainly be a tall chore for this team to overcome, and making it all the more difficult of a transition will be the fact that the offense will not be under the leadership of stud QB Kellen Moore. However, Petersen and his staff have shown in the past that Boise State simply retools instead of rebuilds evidenced by the 11-1 SU campaign churned out back in 2004 when they lost their QB and only returned 10 starters.

The Michigan State Spartans have taken gradual steps towards becoming a powerhouse in the Big Ten each of the last two seasons. Sparty won a combined 22 games in the first three years of the Mark Dantonio regime, but the program busted out of its shell the last two seasons in compiling back-to-back 11 win campaigns. Last season was one for the record books as the Spartans went on to play in the first ever Big Ten championship game where it fell to Wisconsin in an exhilarating match ( 42-39 ).

Still, it covered the closing CFB odds with ease ( +9.5 ) and then went on to pull the 33-30 outright overtime win against the Georgia Bulldogs in the Outback Bowl. In doing so, Michigan State closed out its 2011 campaign an impressive 10-4 ATS versus the oddsmakers. Like Boise State, the Spartans will be without their veteran QB in 2012, and because of that, the offense will struggle out of the chute. However, eight players return from last year’s defense that only surrendered an average of 277 yards and 18.4 points per game making MSU’s defense one of the nastiest in the country.

CFB Odds Overview – Tonight’s meeting will mark the first ever clash between these programs on the college gridiron. Boise State went undefeated on the road last season, and has compiled 15-1 SU & 11-5 ATS tallies as visitors the L/3 seasons, but this year’s squad will be breaking in a new QB in a hostile environment against a tough as nails stop unit. On the flipside, the Spartans have only fallen once at home in 15 tries under Coach Dantonio’s watch against non-Big Ten opposition. Though they will have the home crowd in their corner, the offense will also be breaking in new bodies against a well-coached defensive unit. With that the case, we expect points to be tough to come by in this Week 1 match-up. With the ‘under’ 7-3 the L/10 times the Broncos were installed underdogs and it 6-1 the L/7 times Sparty was lined a home chalk in the 3.5-10 point range, we have no choice but to invest ’under’ what we still believe is an inflated number.

Will both Boise State and Michigan State struggle to score points in their first CFB odds battle of the 2012 season, or will these teams somehow combine to score enough points to surpass the ‘total’? Back your opinion on this and all other Week 1 college football match-ups at Bookmaker Sportsbook, the most reliable sportsbook in the business!

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