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Steve - CollegeFootballWinning.com -

After destroying the spread in 2013,  and returning such talent this season, expectations for the Florida State Seminoles of 2014-15 could not be higher, making them an overvalued betting risk this season.

 
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The final game of the first weekend of the 2014 college football season is the Monday night special on Labor Day. It’s an Atlantic Coast Conference game, as Louisville makes the move from the American Athletic Conference. 

 
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The two head coaches in this season opener between the Washington Huskies and Hawaii Warriors are two of the more accomplished men in West Coast college football coaching. They are both strongly associated with aggressive offensive play calling and sound schemes.

 
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The biggest game of week one of the new college football season is going to take place at a neutral site. Wisconsin of the Big Ten and LSU of the SEC will meet in Houston, in a game that makes a lot of college football fans that much more excited about the arrival of Labor Day weekend. 

 
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The Rice Owls are coming off a season in which they won a conference championship and overachieved a great deal. When a program not known for its consistency steps into a season which follows a big accomplishment, it can often be a challenge to keep winning.

 
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The betting situation attached to this Southeastern Conference opener between the Auburn Tigers and the Arkansas Razorbacks is something that a lot of people are going to have to wait to react to. It’s just not known right now how this game is going to look in the final week of August, just before the actual kickoff. People can guess, but bets shouldn’t be based on pure guesses.

 
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The UNLV Rebels made a bowl game last season, snapping a long drought and bringing new life to a program that had fallen on hard times. UNLV had been given a bowl ban earlier in the offseason, but that ban might very well be lifted. The Rebels will probably be able to go after a second straight bowl season. Now comes the hard part: Getting the work done. Their opener at Arizona will definitely rate as a challenge. 

 
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Steve Spurrier’s South Carolina Gamecocks are on the cusp of taking over the SEC East. But they’ll have a hard time beating next year’s college football lines without one-third of their recruiting class.

 
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Steve - CollegeFootballWinning.com -

From 2008-2012, Stanford was 67.19% against-the-spread (ATS), and EACH of those five seasons was profitable for those who blindly bet on the Cardinal. After five lucrative betting seasons, the Stanford money tree finally went barren. In 2013, they were 50% ATS, and there is evidence to suggest that Stanford is unlikely to be undervalued in the near future, as they were for those five glorious years. This article will present some of that evidence as it previews the 2014-2015 Stanford Cardinal college football season.

 
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Steve - CollegeFootballWinning.com -

Over the past decade, the Ohio State side has been the majority betting side in 75.4% of their games. Certainly, that makes Ohio State a popular “public” team. Since Urban Meyer has been head coach, the public majority has been on the OSU side in 92.31% of all their games! In the eight years before Meyer took over, the average Ohio State game saw a total of 45.48 points scored. In Coach Meyer’s two seasons, the average Buckeye game totaled 64.46 points. Now before you counter with a claim that more points are scored in all of college football nowadays, in Urban Meyer’s two OSU seasons, the average FBS college football game had 56.72 points scored- more than a touchdown less than an average Meyer-OSU game. Should Totals be the focus of your college football picks for Ohio State in 2014? Read on. This article is a college football betting preview of the 2014-2015 Ohio State Buckeyes.

 
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