The NFL regular season is now two weeks away, but there has been big preseason Week 3 news such as the torn ACL for Jordy Nelson and the suspension of Martavis Bryant.
The best betting opportunities are not always marquee matchups, and such is the case in Week 1 of this college football season when Florida Atlantic visits Tulsa Saturday.
The 2015 college football season kicks off next week, and there could be a mild upset on opening night with North Carolina downing South Carolina on Thursday.
The Buccaneers finished with the worst record in the NFL last year, but the silver lining is that netted them a franchise quarterback in Jameis Winston with the first pick of the draft.
Texas is expected to improve on its 6-7 record of 2014 with this being Charlie Strong’s second year as head coach, and look for the Longhorns to play the Irish tough in Week 1.
The Saints come off of a disappointing 7-9 season where they inexplicably had trouble winning at home, where they had dominated for many years. Will that change in 2015?
The Old Dominion Monarchs had a promising first season as an FBS school going 6-6, and they have a seemingly easy opener in Week 1 visiting Eastern Michigan Saturday.
The Carolina Panthers won the NFC South with a losing 7-8-1 record last year and even won a playoff game, but will the loss of Kelvin Benjamin prevent a repeat?
The Falcons just missed winning the NFC South last season despite finishing with a 6-10 record, but will the easiest schedule in the NFL put them over the top in 2015?
Jim Harbaugh has returned to college football as the new head coach at Michigan, but he has a tough opening game at a difficult venue visiting Utah on Thursday of Week 1.