Joe Gavazzi -

In my weekly College Football Pointspread Prognosis Newsletter, I’ll isolate a single contest in which the difference at the point of attack is so dichotomous that we can only expect the favored team to blast through the pointspread and steamroll their way to victory.   

Ross Benjamin -

Rice Owls travels to historic Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday to open their season. Read our college football betting odds expert's article on where the wagering value lies in this contest.

Matthew Jordan -

Two teams coming off massively disappointing 2013 seasons face off in the season opener when Pac-12 school Cal travels to Big Ten club Northwestern on Saturday.

Jeff Grant -

The UCLA Bruins have enjoyed great success in season openers in recent years, which provides them an edge against the Virginia Cavaliers Saturday.

Ron Patrick -

Defending Fiesta Bowl champion Central Florida and Penn State open this season in unusual fashion, hopping across the pond to meet in Dublin, Ireland Saturday morning (8:30 am ET, ESPN2).

Jeff Grant -

Alabama have yet to make a decision on a No. 1 quarterback just days before their season opener, which provides the West Virginia Mountaineers an edge in the early going at the Georgia Dome.

Jeff Grant -

Florida State are clear-cut favorites to repeat as national champions this year, but we bet they’ll likely struggle to cover the number in their season opener against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

Jeff Grant -

The Auburn Tigers will suffer a bit of a hangover after just missing out on winning a national title last season, which will allow the Arkansas Razorbacks to stay within the number Saturday.

Ross Benjamin -

Can the FCS Villanova Wildcats pull a huge upset over an ACC team (Syracuse) on the road in their season opener on Friday? Read what our sports betting guru has to say.

Jeff Grant -

The Colorado Buffaloes and Colorado State Rams are both fortunate to welcome back their starting signal-callers from a year ago, which will lead to a high-scoring affair at Sports Authority Field.