College football odds, lines, schedule for Week 2: LSU a

Bowl Matchups by Mascots

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It's bowl season!!!
Here is my analysis of each bowl matchup if the teams' mascots/nicknames duked it out instead of the players. With so many abstract/fictional/nonsense team names, I'm going to use my best (or some other type of) judgement. Feel free to fight me over any of these. I'm going to use a solo version of the mascot where appropriate ("Wolf Pack" still get a bunch of wolves, etc)
 

Game 1 - New Mexico Bowl - Aggies vs Mean Green (Utah State vs North Texas)

Winner: Mean Green. Our first bowl game goes to "Mean Green," with the legendary DT crushing an old frail farmer. Even if the Aggie was a young strapping buck, I'm still taking Mean Joe. Mean Joe pounds the farmer 49-14.

Game 2 - Cure Bowl - Green Wave vs Ragin' Cajuns (Tulane vs ULM-Lafayette)

Winner: Ragin' Cajuns. I've seen a few bad storms hit the gulf coast, and those Cajuns always bounce back. They're resilient, and our lone Cajun spend the entire game bracing against the strong water. Eventually the storm subsides, and he walks into the endzone for the win.

Game 3 - Las Vegas Bowl - Bulldog vs Sun Devil (Fresno State vs Arizona State)

Winner: Sun Devils. Devils are sneaky and can like... do magic and shit. The devil turn the bulldog into a field mouse and waves his pitchfork while the ball flies around the field. He gets a bit too cocky in the 2nd quarter and accidentally pops the ball on his pitchfork. He vanishes and times ticks out as the butterfly tries to repeated fly into the new ball and push it. It doesn't work. 35-0 Sun Devil.

Game 4 - Camellia Bowl - Eagles vs Eagles (Eastern Michigan vs Georgia Southern)

Winner: Draw... They sit on opposite goal posts and stare at each other until the game is finally called so the refs can get some sleep.

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Game 5 - New Orleans Bowl - Mountaineers vs Blue Raiders (Appalachian State vs Middle Tennessee)

Winner: Mountaineers. The mountain man gets the ball first and scores while the blue raider kind of just stumbles around. A couple minutes after the game started, the raider drops to the field dead. The mountaineer tries to resuscitate him to no avail. Unfortunately, no one noticed the reason the raider was blue was because he was choking. The mountaineer tries to help out and comfort people because he's a good guy, and he still wins 7-0.

Game 6 - Boca Raton Bowl - Huskies vs Blazers (Northern Illinois vs UAB)

Winner: Huskies. The husky seems a bit nervous before the game, thinking he's about to face a scary dragon. When the representatives are called to the field, the husky notices some guy toss a jacket on the field. The husky easily scores a few TDs before the game is over. 21-0 huskies.

Game 7 - Frisco Bowl - Bobcats vs Aztecs (Ohio vs San Diego State)

Winner: In our first recreation of a traditional Roman gladiator match, we get a really exciting game. Bobcats are small, but they can burst out for 25-30 mph runs. It's tied at half 14-14. The Aztec is using the "kill your opponent" strategy, but finding the bobcat to be a bit elusive. Finally, in the 4th quarter, the bobcat scores to go down 34-35. While celebrating, the Aztec takes a cheap shot with his macuahuitl, injuring the cat. Unable to continue, the bobcat forfeits.

Game 8 - Gasparilla Bowl - Bulls vs Thundering Herd (South Florida vs Marshall)

Winner: Thundering Herd. A single bull vs. a herd of just about any animal would be a tough task. I'll stay true to Marshall's mascot and assume this is a herd of buffalo. The heard of buffalo easily distract and confuse the lone bull, dominating it 45-0 (don't ask how they got a field goal.)

Game 9 - Bahamas Bowl - Rockets vs Panthers (Toledo vs Florida International)

Winner: Panthers. In a stunning upset, the panther shocks the world! Rockets take quite a while to prep and launch, so the panther uses this time to score a couple touchdowns. Shortly into the 2nd quarter, the rocket finally takes off and everyone realizes what's about to happen. The panther and fans scramble to escape the stadium. Because I'm not mean, we'll let everyone live. The rocket crashes into the stadium and destroys everything, including itself. Unfortunately, that's not how you score in football. The game is over before halftime, the panther winning 14-0.

Game 10 - Potato Bowl - Cougars vs Broncos (BYU vs Western Michigan)

Winner: Cougars. In our first single mammal vs single mammal matchup, and one of the most highly anticipated bowl games thus far, the fans were in for a treat. Cougars are fairly small compared to broncos, but neither are good handling the ball. There's a bunch of gnashing of teeth and kicking of hooves. Both teams fight to end, but the cougar finally pulls away toward the end, as the bronco wasn't trained for the endurance battle. Cougars wins 35-28.

Game 11 - Birmingham Bowl - Tigers vs Demon Deacons (Memphis vs Wake Forest)

Winner: Demon Deacons. Even though he's dressed as a holy man, it's still a demon. He teases the tiger for the majority game, but never lets it get close. He's still a gentleman though, so he's not as rude as the previous demons in our list. 24-7 final.

Game 12 - Armed Forces Bowl - Cougars vs Black Knights (Houston vs Army)

Winner: Black Knights. . This game ends much close than many expected. The black knight attempts to play fair, and it almost costs him. His heavy armour leads to the cougar having the advantage on speed. It's still pretty easy for him to carry the ball though and swing his sword to scare off the cougar as needed. The black knights plays the TOP game, and squeaks out the win 21-14.

Game 13 - Dollar General Bowl - Bulls vs Trojans (Buffalo vs Troy)

Winner: Trojan. For the most part, warriofighter type humans will typically beat animals, and, and this game is no exception. The trojan is viscous and brutal and slays the bull in the first quarter. Taking no chances, he runs up the score 77-0.

Game 14 - Hawaii Bowl - Rainbow Warriors vs Bulldogs (Hawaii vs Louisiana Tech)

Winner: Hawaiian Warrior. I'm getting a bit drunk, and I'm not even halfway through. This game pretty much goes as expected. The rainbow warrior has a good heart and wouldn't kill a dog for no reason. He even lets the little puppy score a garbage time TD. 35-7.

Game 15 - First Responder Bowl - Broncos vs Eagles (Boise State vs Boston College)

Winner: Eagles. In our first mammal vs. bird (dubbed the Battle of the Classes), we see some unique techniques. Although smaller, the eagle is much more agile and aggressive. It executes its plan masterfully as it taunts and out-maneuvers the bronco. It forces multiple turnovers zigging and zagging through the slower bronco's thick body, proving that birds > mammals. 27-7.

Game 16 - Quick Lane Bowl - Yellow Jackets vs Golden Gophers (Georgia Tech vs Minnesota)

Winner: Gopher. The yellow jacket got off to a promising start, landing a couple stings on the gopher. The gopher realized it needed to better utilize its (under) ground attack better, and the ball wasn't seen again until there were 10 seconds left in the game. The gopher popped up from under the wasps's endzone and scored the game's only TD. 7-0.

Game 17 - Cheez-It Bowl - Horned Frogs vs Golden Bears (TCU vs California)

Winner: Golden Bears. This one isn't even close. The frog's only defensive mechanism was no match at all the bear's superior strength. Ignoring the blood, it squashes the poor frog on the first play. The bear marches into the endzone, then moves toward the crowd. No one saw the end of the game, but it was 7-0 and the frog was dead, so... 7-0.

Game 18 - Independence Bowl - Owls vs Blue Devils (Temple vs Duke)

Winner: Blue Devils. Wasting no time, the blue devil zaps the owl, turning it into a butterfly. A gust of wind blows the butterfly away from the stadium, and it spends the rest of the time trying to fly back to the field. The blue devil scores a single touchdown, then heads to the bleachers to hit on sorority girls. He's quite the devil ;) 7-0

Game 19 - Pinstripe Bowl - Hurricanes vs Badgers (Miami vs Wisconsin)

Winner: Hurricanes. Hurricanes are brutal and unforgiving. It demolishes the stadium at the very beginning, throwing the badger and fans in all directions. Fortunately it won the coin toss, so the ball crossing the goal line still counts. 7-0

Game 20 - Texas Bowl - Commodores vs Bears (Vanderbilt vs Baylor)

Winner: Bears. In a shocking upset, the bear wins this one. Unfortunately the commodore is pretty ineffective off his ship. Despite being in Houston, he couldn't find a way to bring the game to the sea. Despite the commodore's best attempts, the uncoordinated bear manages to win 28-21.

Game 21 - Music City Bowl - Tigers vs Boilermakers (Auburn vs Purdue)

Winner: Tigers. In another rare upset of animal over human, the tiger showed why it's the king of the jungle (lions don't live in jungles. Idk who came up with that). Despite being smart and probably good at... building boilers... this is (a version of) football. The boilermaker has no weapons and hid on the bench the entire game. Tiger managed to nudge a few balls over the goal-line for a 21-0 win.

Game 22 - Camping World Bowl - Mountaineers vs Orange (West Virginia vs Syracuse)

Winner: Mountaineers. In probably the most boring game thus far, the mountaineer walks out to shake the opponents hand and decides to just eat it. This mountaineer wasn't quite as nice as the last one, and he decides to run up the score a bit. He's also a bit clumsier than the last one and somehow gives up a safety. 49-2.

Game 23 - Alamo Bowl - Coyotes vs Cyclones (Washington State vs Iowa State)

Winner: Coyotes. This game plays out basically the exact same as the Hurricanes vs Badgers (minus some water.) Unfortunately for the cyclone, the coyote started with the ball. The cyclone scores the only goal on itself and loses 7-0.

Game 24 - Belk Bowl - Gamecocks vs Cavaliers (South Carolina vs Virginia)

Winner: Cavaliers. The cavalier is pissed because he heard "football" and assumed it was soccer. He chases down the bird and slaughters. He builds a fire and starts roasting it while discussing with the refs the rules of the of the game. The refs try to just convince the cavalier to pick up the ball and walk into the endzone, but he's scared to use his hands. It takes 4 overtimes for the bird to be done cooking and for the cavalier to finally agree to pick the ball up. He still dribbles the ball into the endzone with his feet, and reaches down to touch it. The refs call the game, and the 10 fans that stayed for some grilled pheasant cheer. 7-0

Game 25 - Arizona Bowl - Red Wolves vs Wolf Pack (Arkansas State vs Nevada)

Winner: Wolf Pack (but really everyone won this one). Wolves are super cool. The game starts and the wolf pack begins testing the red wolf. Even though he has no chance, the red wolf fights tooth and nail and the pack is impressed. At halftime, the pack invites the lone wolf to join its pack. He agrees and announces his mid-game transfer. With no opponent, the pack wins even though they were already winning 24-0.

Game 26 - Military Bowl - Wildcats vs Hokies (Cincinnati vs Virginia Tech)

Winner: Wildcats. There was a feeling of sick nostalgia (i'd imagine this is the same feeling I get when I smell Patron Citron?) in the stadium, but no one actually showed up for VT. The wildcat played with the ball a bit and managed to get a couple TDs. 14-0

Game 27 - Sun Bowl - Cardinal vs Panthers (Stanford vs Pittsburgh)

Winner: Panther. It's a color. Vegas didn't even accept bets on this game. The field was a deep shade of red, but for the second game in a row, the single player managed to "run unopposed." He was a bit better than the lynx though. 28-0.

Game 28 - Redbox Bowl - Ducks vs Spartans (Oregon vs Michigan State)

Winner: Spartans. Again, not even close. The spartan is focused and takes the game very seriously. The duck wanders around with no clue what's going on. Somewhere in the middle of the 3rd period, the duke accidentally got in the way of the spartan, who proceeded to slow-motion flip over the duck while slicing its beak off. Poor duck :(. Btw if you're actually reading this, pm me and I'll give you silver. Spartan wins 300-0.

Game 29 - Liberty Bowl - Tigers vs Cowboys (Missouri vs Oklahoma State)

Winner: Cowboys. Thankfully for OSU, they sent their best sharp-shooter. The tiger tried running straight for the cowboy before the game even started. The cowboy got off a perfect shot right between the eyes, dropping the wild cat from 30 yards out. The cowboy had work to do, so he scored a single TD and left the field. 7-0

Game 30 - Holiday Bowl - Utes vs Wildcats (Utah vs Northwestern)

Winner: Wildcats. A young boy wanders onto the field and the Leopard smacks his lips. He makes a bee-line straight for the kid and ferociously devours the little kid, avenging his previously slain brethren. The fans are in shock, and the leopard scores a touchdown before getting chased out of the stadium by fans of both teams. The NCAA holds an emergency meeting about the future of the sport, but decide the games are more important. No one knew who the kid was anyway. 7-0 Wildcats. You're kind of mean Northwestern.

Game 31 - Gator Bowl - Aggies vs Wolf Pack (Texas A&M vs NC State)

Winner: Wolf Pack. Leading the wolf packs to a 3-0 post-season record, the wolves make short work of the pitchfork-wielding farmer. Everyone already seems to have forgotten the previous week, and the wolves punch in a couple rushing tds. 14-0

Game 32 - Outback Bowl - Bulldogs vs Hawkeyes (Mississippi State vs Iowa)

Winner: Hawkeyes. He snipes the bulldog with ease and it's a super boring game. 21-0.

Game 33 - Citrus Bowl - Nittany Lions vs Wildcats (Penn State vs Kentucky)

Winner: Nittany Lions. The small basically housecat was super intimidated by the real wild cat. The Nittany Lion scored quick, and decided to take the full-grown wildcat back to her pride, thinking she was a baby "real lion." 7-0.

Game 34 - Peach Bowl - Gators vs Wolverines (Florida vs Michigan)

Winner: Gators. Despite being a miniature bear, gators are insanely powerful. On the first drive, the gator popped the ball. It still wandered into the endzone and laid down in the sunny Georgia weather. The wolverines and the refs were too scared to retrieve the ball from the gator, and time expired. 7-0.

Game 35 - Orange Bowl - Crimson Tide vs Sooners (Alabama vs Oklahoma)

Winner: Sooners. The sooner is completely unphased by a bit of red water, and proceeds to scored a few touchdowns before realizing this is a waste of time. He cuts out a little piece of sod and runs off the field. 21-0.

Game 36 - Cotton Bowl - Tigers vs Fighting Irish (Clemson vs Notre Dame)

Winner: Fighting Irish. In no surprise to anyone, the soldier with the gun manages to kill the cat early in the game. Most of these games are really just about the first 5 minutes. People just attend these events to see the initial bloodshed. 56-0.

Game 37 - Fiesta Bowl - Tigers vs Golden Knights (LSU vs UCF)

Winner: Golden Knights. This game literally plays out the exact same as the Army game. Literally every play is identical, every drive is identical. The media and fans throw out a ton of conspiracy theories, but it eventually dies down to a weird historical fact. 21-14

Game 38 - Rose Bowl - Buckeyes vs Huskies (Ohio State vs Washington)

Winner: Huskies. The husky doesn't even notice the lone little nut on the field. He plays with the ball for an hour. 21-0.

Game 39 - Sugar Bowl - Bulldogs vs Longhorns (Georgia vs Texas)

Winner: Bulldogs. Because Tuck Fexas. Just kidding, I'm not that petty. They actually lost because the bulldog (despite being a terrible breed of dog), was much quicker and agile than the huge cow. It was able to force several take-aways and ran laps around the out-of-shape massive horny boi. 28-7.

Game 40 - CFB Championship - Sooners vs Fighting Irish (Oklahoma vs Notre Dame)

Winner: Sooners. Our first and ONLY human vs human game. The sooner has a massive advantage with their wagon being a part of their identity. They're able to hide inside, and pop out for shots against the Irish soldier. Also, many soldiers in WWI were vastly under-trained, while the land-grabbers were survivalists and pioneers. Both men ignore the football, knowing the only way to win the game is knocking out their opponent. Both humans had agreed on no kill-shots, and the sooner manages to tag the arm of the Irish soldier in the arm in the 4th quarter. He waits until there's a few seconds left on the clock and walks the ball into the endzone. 7-0.

 
 

Summary

There really isn't any. It was fun and I definitely took some leisure in my interpretations of the team representatives, but if you actually read this, then thanks for the time. I really should get a girlfriend.
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Week 1 Betting Lines

So a few weeks ago I compiled all the early week one betting lines and was asked to do this weekly so here it is.
I will choose 5 games against the spread each week and keep track of my record. This week my choices are as follows: 1. Troy +11 @ Boise St. 2. Nevada +24 @ Nortwestern. 3. FIU +17 @ UCF 4. FAU +9.5 vs Navy (all aboard the joey freshwater hype train) 5. CSU +5 @ Colorado
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
FIU @ UCF UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -17 Locked UCF -17 UCF -16.5 UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -16.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -24 UM -24 UM -24.5 UM -25 UM -25 UM -24.5 UM -25 Locked UM -24
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -19 Locked OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5
Ohio State @ Indiana tOSU -21.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -21 tOSU -21.5
ULM @ Memphis MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26 MEM -25.5
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -23 ASU -22.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -22
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 Locked EMU -14
Navy @ FAU Navy -9.0 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -10 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.0
Washington @ Rutgers UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -28 UW -28 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin Wisc -27.0 Wisc -28 Wisc -28 Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Locked Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Wisc -28.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -4.0 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -4.0 BC -4.0
Colorado State @ Colorado Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -19 UT -18.5 UT -18.5 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -19 UT -18.5
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -17.5 MSU -17.5 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17.5
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Locked Iowa -11.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30
Kent State @ Clemson Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39.5
Ball State @ Illinois Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5
California @ North Carolina UNC -12 UNC -12 UNC -11.5 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12
NC State @ South Carolina NCST -5.0 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 Locked
Michigan @ Florida UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 Locked UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -42 OU -42 OU -43 OU -43.5 OU -44 OU -44 OU -44 OU -42 OU -42.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -18 ND -18.5 ND -18.5 ND -17.5 ND -18 ND -17.5 ND -17.5 ND -18.5 ND -18.5
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24 NW -24 NW -24 NW -23.5 Locked NW -24 Locked Locked Locked
Troy @ Boise State BSU -11 BSU -10.5 BSU -10.5 BSU -11 Locked BSU -11.5 BSU -11 BSU -11 BSU -11
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10
Western Michigan @ USC USC -27.5 USC -26.5 USC -26.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 Locked USC -27 USC -27.5
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 Locked UGA -14 UGA -14
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Mmarshall -1.5 Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5
Houston @ UTSA PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -33.5 AU -34.5
Purdue vs Louisville UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -24.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Miss -24 Miss -23.5 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Locked Miss -24
Florida State @ Alabama Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0
Arkansas State @ Nebraska Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15.5 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -16
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.0 Vandy -4.0 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5
BYU vs LSU N/A LSU -16.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14 LSU -16 LSU -16 LSU -16
West Virginia @ Virginia Tech VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 Locked VT -4.0
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5
Tennessee @ Georgia Tech UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0
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Week 2 betting lines

Here are the week 2 betting lines. Last week I went 1-3-1 which is why I have a day job. My picks ATS this week are: 1. UNC +10 vs Louisville 2. Arkansas +3 vs TCU 3. South Carolina +2.5 @ Mizzou 4. UTSA +16 @ Baylor 5. Duke +3.0 vs NU.
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oklahoma State @ South Alabama OKST -29 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28.5 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28
Ohio @ Purdue PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -4.0 PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5
FAU @ Wisconsin WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -31.5 WIS -33 WIS -32 WIS -33 WIS -32
Charlotte @ Kansas State KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -35.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -36
Cincinnati @ Michigan UM -35 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34 UM -35 UM -34 UM -34.5 UM -34
ECU @ West Virginia WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24
Iowa @ Iowa State Iowa -3.0 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5
Louisville @ North Carolina UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -10 UL -9.5
ULM @ Florida State FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34
Northwestern @ Duke NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -4.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.5 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0
USF @ Connecticut USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17
Buffalo @ Army Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16 Army -16.5 Army -16.5
Wake Forest @ Boston College PK PK PK BC -1.0 BC -1.0 PK BC -1.5 BC -1.0 PK
Texas State @ Colorado COLO –35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36
UAB @ Ball State BSU -14 BSU -14.5 BSU -14.5 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -13.5 BSU -14
Indiana @ Virginia IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0
Middle Tennessee @ Syracuse SYR -10 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10
TCU @ Arkansas TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5
Fresno State @ Alabama BAMA -43 BAMA -44 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -43 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -44
Old Dominion @ UMass ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5
Pittsburgh @ Penn State PSU -21.5 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -22 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21
Western Michigan @ Michigan State MSU -7.0 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5
Eastern Michigan @ Rutgers RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -6.0 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5
San José State @ Texas Locked UT -26 UT -26 UT -26.5 UT -26 UT -27.5 UT -27 UT -26 UT -26.5
Tulane @ Navy NAVY -13.5 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -12 NAVY -13 NAVY -13
Louisiana @ Tulsa TULSA -14 TULSA -14 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -15 TULSA -15 TULSA -14 TULSA -16 TULSA -14
Central Michigan @ Kansas KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5
Nebraska @ Oregon UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -14 UO -14
Hawai'i @ UCLA UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5
Marshall @ NC State NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24
Auburn @ Clemson CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.5
South Carolina @ Missouri MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5
North Texas @ SMU SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13 SMU -13 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5
Toledo @ Nevada TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5
UNLV @ Idaho IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5
Georgia @ Notre Dame ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -4.5 ND -4.5 ND -4.5
Oklahoma @ Ohio State tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5
Mississippi State @ Louisiana Tech MSST -9.0 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -8.5
UTSA @ Baylor BAY -16 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -16.5 BAY -17 BAY -17
New Mexico State @ New Mexico UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0
Rice @ UTEP UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0
WKU @ Illinois WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5
Stanford @ USC USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.5 USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -5.5
Minnesota @ Oregon State ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0
Utah @ BYU UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5
Boise State @ Washington State WSU -10.5 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10.5
Houston @ Arizona UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.5 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
San Diego State @ Arizona State ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -4.0 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5
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Week 1 Betting Lines

So a few weeks ago I compiled all the early week one betting lines and was asked to do this weekly so here it is.
I will choose 5 games against the spread each week and keep track of my record. This week my choices are as follows: 1. Troy +11 @ Boise St. 2. Nevada +24 @ Nortwestern. 3. FIU +17 @ UCF 4. FAU +9.5 vs Navy 5. CSU +5 @ Colorado
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
FIU @ UCF UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -17 Locked UCF -17 UCF -16.5 UCF -17 UCF -17 UCF -16.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -24 UM -24 UM -24.5 UM -25 UM -25 UM -24.5 UM -25 Locked UM -24
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -18 OKST -19 Locked OKST -18.5 OKST -17.5
Ohio State @ Indiana tOSU -21.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -20.5 tOSU -21 tOSU -21 tOSU -21.5
ULM @ Memphis MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26.5 MEM -26 MEM -25.5
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -23 ASU -22.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23 ASU -23.5 ASU -22.5 ASU -22
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 EMU -14 Locked EMU -14
Navy @ FAU Navy -9.0 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -10 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.5 Navy -9.0
Washington @ Rutgers UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -28 UW -28 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5 UW -27.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin Wisc -27.0 Wisc -28 Wisc -28 Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Locked Wisc -27.5 Wisc -28 Wisc -28.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -4.0 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -3.5 BC -4.0 BC -4.0
Colorado State @ Colorado Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -5.5 Colorado -5.0 Colorado -4.5 Colorado -5.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -19 UT -18.5 UT -18.5 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -18 UT -19 UT -18.5
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -17.5 MSU -17.5 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17 MSU -17.5
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -11.5 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Iowa -12.5 Iowa -12 Locked Iowa -11.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30.5 PSU -31 PSU -31 PSU -30
Kent State @ Clemson Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39 Clem -39.5 Clem -39.5 Clem -40 Clem -39.5
Ball State @ Illinois Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -7.0 Illinois -6.5
California @ North Carolina UNC -12 UNC -12 UNC -11.5 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12 UNC -12 Locked UNC -12
NC State @ South Carolina NCST -5.0 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.0 NCST -5.5 NCST -5.5 Locked
Michigan @ Florida UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 Locked UM -4.0 UM -3.5 UM -3.5 UM -3.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -42 OU -42 OU -43 OU -43.5 OU -44 OU -44 OU -44 OU -42 OU -42.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -18 ND -18.5 ND -18.5 ND -17.5 ND -18 ND -17.5 ND -17.5 ND -18.5 ND -18.5
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24 NW -24 NW -24 NW -23.5 Locked NW -24 Locked Locked Locked
Troy @ Boise State BSU -11 BSU -10.5 BSU -10.5 BSU -11 Locked BSU -11.5 BSU -11 BSU -11 BSU -11
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10 UK -10 Locked UK -10
Western Michigan @ USC USC -27.5 USC -26.5 USC -26.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 USC -27.5 Locked USC -27 USC -27.5
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 Locked UGA -14 UGA -14
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -2.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Marshall -1.5 Mmarshall -1.5 Marshall -2.0 Marshall -2.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.0 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5 Umass -2.5
Houston @ UTSA PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD PPD
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34.5 AU -34 AU -34.5 AU -33.5 AU -34.5
Purdue vs Louisville UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -24.5 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -25 UL -24.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Miss -24 Miss -23.5 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Miss -24 Locked Miss -24
Florida State @ Alabama Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Locked Bama -7.0
Arkansas State @ Nebraska Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15.5 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -15 Neb -16
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.0 Vandy -4.0 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5 Vandy -3.5
BYU vs LSU N/A LSU -16.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14.5 LSU -16.5 LSU -14 LSU -16 LSU -16 LSU -16
West Virginia @ Virginia Tech VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 Locked VT -4.0
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -4.0 UCLA -3.5
Tennessee @ Georgia Tech UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.0 UT -3.0
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It's been a short week, but 5 underdogs have pulled off the upset so far. WHO'S NEXT ON SATURDAY OF WEEK 1

LOOK GUYS, WE MADE IT THROUGH THE OFFSEASON!! Well it's been fun as hell to have football back. With two days down in the FBS season, all I've learned is that we have a lot to look forward to. That said, we didn't have too many big upsets during the weekday play. Here's a quick summary of which ones did happen Thursday and Friday.
Thursday 9/3/15:
FIU @ UCF: It was a game I really only watched for minutes here and there, because the UNC vs. SCAR game seemed so much more entertaining, but clearly I chose wrong. After going up 14-3 at half, UCF (favored -11.5) gave up 12 points in the second half (two TDs, both with failed 2 pt conversions). FIU went on to block a last second field goal that would have won the game, giving the Golden Panthers a 15-14 win.
Villanova @ Connecticut: It's a sad day when a FBS team playing at home and hosting an FCS team is an underdog. Yet the Huskies, as 6.5 pt underdogs managed to pull it out and save face in front of the home crowd. UConn looked... decent ... against their fellow basketball school, pulling it out 20-15.
Colorado @ Hawaii: Apparently someone thought it would be a great idea to once again play a Hawaii game in the middle of the night. The Buffaloes came in as a 7 point favorite, looking to show improvement from last year and flex their P5 muscle. In what was a generally sloppy game (IMO) all around, Colorado could not pull out the win due to some clock issues reminiscent of that ASU-Wisconsin game (or bad clock management, depending on who you ask). Hawaii takes this one 28-20.
Friday 9/4/15:
Charlotte vs. Georgia State: Georgia State, the future reigning 2025 national champs, and current 2015 worst team in the FBS, came into the game as a 7 point favorite. Unfortunately, Charlotte looked better in literally every area of the game and managed to win 23-20. Georgia State also scored within the last few minutes, and I personally felt the game was not as close as the score.
Fordham @ Army: Army came into this home game as a 14 point favorite. In a game which can only be considered a loss for the entire United States of America, the FCS team, Fordham, which apparently is from New York (who knew?!) took down our beloved United States Military Academy football team, 37-35.
Other notes:
  • The The Cocks run defense looked very mediocre against Tar Heels. RB Elijah Hood of Tar Heels carried the ball 13 times for 138 yards, and somehow didn't get the ball on 3rd and goal on the 3 yard line with the game on the line.
  • Fightin' Harbaughs clearly looks improved from last year with their lord and savior HARBAWWW, but there was just too much to fix before the matchup with Utes. I think they should be good enough to be in contention for a bowl game at the end of the year.
  • AZ LB Scooby Wright came out of the game with a knee injury and had an MRI today. He is getting it looked at further over the weekend, but early reports say that he will not be out for the season.
  • Purple Baylor, Mich St8, and Green TCU all had fairly slow starts against good, pretty good, and okay-at-best teams, respectively. Preseason jitters get the best of us. Don't count on any of these teams to struggle against that quality of opponents the rest of the year.
  • After putting on their best below-average-FCS-team impression in the first half, UW managed to rally back against Boise to make it a 3 point game, only to miss a game tying field goal with 15 seconds left and lose 16-13. My #PAC12AfterDark craving will have to wait another day.
Upset alert for today:
  • Nerds @ Other Nerds 12:00 EST: Stanford is favored by -11 on the road, but let's be honest... no one has any idea what they're going to be like this year. I've seen everything from CFP winner (fucking Desmond Howard), to 3rd place in the PAC 12 North with a barely .500 record.
  • UL vs. Auburn 3:30 EST: Auburn is a -10.5 favorite at the Georgia Dome. Petrino is 11-0 in home openers though and expects to have a tough defense. We'll see if Muschamp helped improve Auburns at all (the answer is yes, because how could go anywhere but up?).
  • Mormons @ Huskers 3:30 EST: Nebraska is a -6.5 favorite. BYU has Taysom Hill. Next.
  • UT @ ND 7:30 EST: ND is a -9.5 favorite. Texas is a big time program with a great uniform and a big fan base.... so I guess some people think this upset might happen?
  • Wisconsin vs. Bama 8:00 EST: Alabama is bringing 5 starting QBs and probably a hell of a lot more fans to JerryWorld, which I guess explains why they're a -12.5 favorite? Shit, they've got defense or something.
  • A State @ SATAN 11:00 EST: That's right USC, you've been warned. I sure as hell don't know how, but my blind homerism tells me that this will not be the blowout that USC fans expect. I didn't even look up the line on this one. But I did look up the Arkansas State mascot! GO RED WOLVES!
Final thoughts:
  • I chose not to include the iPhones vs other school in AZ game because its a goddamn tossup. Also, I wanted to include the :( and :'( games since they are both playing FCS teams at home, but I unfortunately could not find the betting lines on how much either team was projected to lose by.
  • I decided to do this on a whim following the UW-Boise game and probably a few too many drinks. It took way longer than I expected and I probably typed way too much. I doubt I ever do this again, but it was fun while it lasted.
  • And finally I close with a prayer:
Dear Tebow, who art in CFB heaven, Heisman be thy name. Thy games will come, and will eventually be done, on both SEC Network and #PAC12AfterDark. Give us this day some amazing football, and forgive us for drinking too much, as we forgive those who talk shit against us. And lead us not into stupid turnovers, but deliver our rival a loss. Amen.

HELL YEAH IT'S THE FIRST FULL SATURDAY OF THE SEASON!!!

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List of all the early week 1 betting lines.

So I decided instead of comparing AP#1s and movies/TV shows I should make a post that could actually have a function. Since I'm a fan of making money off of CFB I figured I there were others that enjoyed the same. So I went and compiled all the early week 1 lines from the major sportsbooks. And since these are still not the final lines I will update the table and repost it the day before games start. List of Bovada lines. List of remaining sportsbook's lines
A few lines against the spread (Bovada lines) that jump out at me currently: Florida +4, Maryland +17, Utep +44, WMU +26, Georgia Southern -35, Troy +12.5, A&M +3 (super iffy ab this one tho).
Quick side note: It is a travesty that I couldn’t use Sparky as the flair for Arizona State. Win that alternate flair ASU fans.
Teams Bovada Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oregon State @ Colorado State CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5
Hawai'i @ UMass UH -1.0 UH -1.5 Umass -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
USF @ San José State USF -20 USF -20 USF -19 USF -20 USF -21 USF -20 USF-20
Rice @ Stanford SU-31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -32 SU -32 SU -31.5
Ohio State @ Indiana OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -27 UM -27 UM -27 UM -26.5
ULM @ Memphis Memphis -27 Memphis -27.5 Memphis -27 Memphis –27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -25 ASU-25.5 ASU -25 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -12.5 EMU -12 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12
Washington @ Rutgers UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -31 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5
Navy @ FAU Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -14.5 Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -3.0 BC -2.5 BC -2.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -2.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin UW –29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -19.5 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20
Arkansas State @ Nebraska UN -16.5 UN -16 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -17
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13
Louisville @ Purdue UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -33 PSU-33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33
Kent State @ Clemson CU -38.5 CU -38 CU -38 CU -39 CU -39 CU -39 CU -38.5
Ball State @ Illinois UI -8.5 UI -7.5 UI -8.5 UI -8.5 UI -9 UI -9 UI -9
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -1.0 PK Marshall -1.0 PK PK PK PK
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24.5 NW -25 NW -23.5 NW -24.5 NW -24 NW -24.5 NW -24
South Carolina @ NC State NCS -5.0 NCS -5.5 NCS -4.5 NCS -5.5 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0
Michigan vs Florida UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -17 UT -16.5 UT -16.5 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -44 OU –44 OU -45 OU -44 OU -44.5 OU -44 OU -44.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -15 ND -15.5 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15
Western Michigan @ USC USC -26 USC -27 USC -25.5 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26
California @ North Carolina UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -12.5
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35
Troy @ Boise State BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -13.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OSU -17 OSU -17 OSU -16.5 OSU -17 OSU -16 OSU -17.5 OSU -16.5
Houston @ UTSA UH -13.5 UH -13 UH -14 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Locked Miss -25 Miss -25.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -25 Miss -25.5
Alabama vs Florida State Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -5.5 Vandy -4.5 Vandy -5.5 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.5
BYU vs LSU LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -12.5 LSU -13.5 LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -13.5
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA 3.5 UCLA 3.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3 UCLA -3
Georgia Tech vs Tennessee UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5
FIU @ UCF N/A UCF -17.5 UCF -17 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17
Colorado State vs Colorado N/A Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
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[Game Thread] #15 Arizona State vs Texas A&M (7:00 PM ET)

FINAL SCORE: TAMU 38 - ASU 17

(#15) Arizona State Sundevils (0-0, 0-0 Pac-12)

VS

Fightin' Texas Aggies (0-0, 0-0 SEC)

Game Day Resources:

Depth chart for 2015
THE TAILGATE: A Graphical Preview of Texas A&M vs Arizona State
/CFB Match-up Discussion #15 Arizona State @ Texas A&M
Amazing post/overview in our own /12thman by qacainia
Drinking game suggestions

DRINK RED BULL AND CLICK THESE LINKS:

The Pulse: Texas A&M Football | Season 2, Episode 1
ALL CAPS PREVIEW-ARIZONA STATE
GAME WEEK PROMO VIDEO
OFFENSE HYPE VIDEO
DEFENSE HYPE VIDEO
MORE ASU @ TAMU HYPE

Betting Line:

TAMU -3, 67 O/U

Time:

Location:

NRG Stadium in Houston, TX

Watch:

Thread Notes:

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Week 2 betting lines

Here are the week 2 betting lines. Last week I went 1-3-1 which is why I have a day job. My picks ATS this week are: 1. UNC +10 vs Louisville 2. Arkansas +3 vs TCU 3. South Caroline +2.5 @ Mizzou 4. UTSA +16 @ Baylor 5. Duke +3.0 vs NW.
Teams Bovada V1 Consensus Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill Wynn LV CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oklahoma State @ South Alabama OKST -29 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28.5 OKST -28 OKST -28 OKST -28.5 OKST -28
Ohio @ Purdue PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -3.5 PUR -4.0 PUR -4.0 PUR -3.5
FAU @ Wisconsin WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -32 WIS -31.5 WIS -31.5 WIS -33 WIS -32 WIS -33 WIS -32
Charlotte @ Kansas State KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -35.5 KSU -36 KSU -36 KSU -36
Cincinnati @ Michigan UM -35 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34.5 UM -34 UM -35 UM -34 UM -34.5 UM -34
ECU @ West Virginia WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24 WVU -24.5 WVU -24 WVU -24
Iowa @ Iowa State Iowa -3.0 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5 Iowa -2.5
Louisville @ North Carolina UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -9.5 UL -10 UL -10 UL -9.5
ULM @ Florida State FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34 FSU -34.5 FSU -34.5 FSU -33.5 FSU -34
Northwestern @ Duke NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -4.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.5 NW -3.0 NW -3.0 NW -3.0
USF @ Connecticut USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17 USF -17 USF -17.5 USF -17
Buffalo @ Army Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16.5 Army -16 Army -16.5 Army -16.5
Wake Forest @ Boston College PK PK PK BC -1.0 BC -1.0 PK BC -1.5 BC -1.0 PK
Texas State @ Colorado COLO –35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -35.5 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36 COLO -36
UAB @ Ball State BSU -14 BSU -14.5 BSU -14.5 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -14 BSU -13.5 BSU -14
Indiana @ Virginia IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0 IND -3.0
Middle Tennessee @ Syracuse SYR -10 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -9.5 SYR -10 SYR -9.5 SYR -10
TCU @ Arkansas TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.0 TCU -3.5
Fresno State @ Alabama BAMA -43 BAMA -44 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -43 BAMA -43.5 BAMA -44 BAMA -44
Old Dominion @ UMass ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5 ODU -3.5
Pittsburgh @ Penn State PSU -21.5 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -22 PSU -21 PSU -21 PSU -21
Western Michigan @ Michigan State MSU -7.0 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.5 MSU -7.0 MSU -7.0
Eastern Michigan @ Rutgers RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -5.0 RUTG -6.0 RUTG -5.5 RUTG -5.5
San José State @ Texas Locked UT -26 UT -26 UT -26.5 UT -26 UT -27.5 UT -27 UT -26 UT -26.5
Tulane @ Navy NAVY -13.5 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -13 NAVY -12 NAVY -13 NAVY -13
Louisiana @ Tulsa TULSA -14 TULSA -14 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -14.5 TULSA -15 TULSA -15 TULSA -14 TULSA -16 TULSA -14
Central Michigan @ Kansas KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.0 KAN -5.5 KAN -5.5
Nebraska @ Oregon UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -13.5 UO -13.5 UO -13 UO -14 UO -14
Hawai'i @ UCLA UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23.5 UCLA -23 UCLA -23.5
Marshall @ NC State NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24.5 NCST -24 NCST -24.5 NCST -24
Auburn @ Clemson CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.0 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -5.5 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -6.0 CLEM -5.5
South Carolina @ Missouri MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5 MIZZ -2.5
North Texas @ SMU SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5 SMU -13 SMU -13 SMU -13.5 SMU -13.5
Toledo @ Nevada TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -10 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5 TOL -9.5
UNLV @ Idaho IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5 IDAHO -6.5
Georgia @ Notre Dame ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -5.0 ND -4.5 ND -4.5 ND -4.5
Oklahoma @ Ohio State tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.0 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5 tOSU -7.5
Mississippi State @ Louisiana Tech MSST -9.0 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -9.0 MSST -8.5 MSST -8.5
UTSA @ Baylor BAY -16 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -17 BAY -16.5 BAY -17 BAY -17
New Mexico State @ New Mexico UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.5 UNM -7.0 UNM -7.0
Rice @ UTEP UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.0 UTEP -1.5 UTEP -1.0
WKU @ Illinois WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.0 WKU -7.5 WKU -7.5
Stanford @ USC USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.5 USC -5.5 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -6.0 USC -5.5
Minnesota @ Oregon State ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.0 ORST -2.5 ORST -2.0
Utah @ BYU UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -3.0 UTAH -2.0 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5 UTAH -2.5
Boise State @ Washington State WSU -10.5 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10 WSU -10.5
Houston @ Arizona UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.5 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
San Diego State @ Arizona State ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -4.0 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5 ASU -3.5
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132+ Teams in 132+ Days: Washington State University

Welcome to Washington State University! Orientation will begin now, so please take a moment to observe the first minute of our finely edited video! Once the classic Palouse radio single is firmly stuck in your head, continue on down the page and learn about the wonders of Ol’ Wazzu!
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
Pac-12 North
YEAR FOUNDED: 1890
Location: Pullman, WA
Total Attendance: Total - 27,008, Undergrad - 21,016
Mascot: 2006 Mascot of the Year Butch T. Cougar
Live Mascot: Represented by a live Cougar from 1927 - 1978. In 2008, the “Cougar Pride” Statue was placed in honor of our live mascots
Cheerleaders: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
WSU PSA against TV Violence
WSU Fight Song:
Stadium: Martin Stadium, Capacity: 33,552 Record Attendence: 40,306
Stadium Location: 1775 NE Stadium Way Pullman, WA 99164
All-Time Record: 500-526-45
Conference Championships(4): 1917, 1930, 1997, 2002
Number of Bowl Games (10): 6-4 record.
  • Rose Bowl : 1916 (W) Video (WSU v Brown in the first ANNUAL Rose Bowl), 1931 (L) Video, 1998 (L), 2003 (L)
  • Holiday Bowl: 1981(L) , 2003 (W, against #5 Texas) (WSU went to Rose and Holiday in 03)
  • Aloha Bowl: 1988 (W)
  • Copper Bowl: 1992 (W)
  • Alamo Bowl: 1994 (W)
  • Sun Bowl: 2001 (W)
National Titles: Soon...
Rivals
  • U of Washington: The Apple Cup
From the Cougar standpoint, the annual Apple Cup against the loathed in-state rival
University of Washington is the most heated game on the schedule each year. This
classic rivalry first met way back in 1900 which resulted in what I am sure was a
killer match ending in a 5-5 tie.
The game became the "Apple Cup" in 1962. Since then both sides have fought whole
heartedly for the right to display the trophy and to have bragging rights that year. This
electrifying game occurs around Thanksgiving, often setting the mood for the offseason.
Holding the advantage, the Huskies lead the all time series 67-32-6. However, it seems
ultimately whenever one side has a strong year, the opposing team finds a way to
shut down their dreams. One of these games happened in 1982 when a considerably
klutzy 2-7-1 Cougar team hosted the 5th ranked Huskies who were poised to enter
into their third straight Rose Bowl. The Cougs dug deep and pulled out a 24-20 win. An
ecstatic cougar fan base stormed the field, tore down the goal posts, and marched across town
slinging them into the Palouse river. Since then, the rivalry continues to be a bitter battle between the schools.
  • Idaho: The Battle For The Palouse
The University of Idaho is located only 8 miles away from the WSU campus and thus a natural rivalry was born. The overall record is 70-18-3 in favor of the Cougs but we still take the rivalry very seriously. The proximity of the rivalry has spawned at least one funny tradition over the years, if the visiting team loses it’s said the fans have to walk home from the game. The last Battle between these two school was in 2007 while the next is set for 2013. This will be the first “Battle for the Palouse” in 6 seasons!
2012 Season
Record: 3-9
Coach: Mike Leach
2012 Roster
Key Players:
  • Andrew Furney #49 K - nuff said. While you often don't hear much about a teams kicker, Andrew Furney has developed a cult following at WSU. This individuals leg has produced 42 points this season alone, including one amazing 60 yard field goal and two crucial field goals during the 2012 Apple Cup - one of which brought the game into overtime, and a the second leading us to victory.
  • Deone Bucannon #20 S - 98 TOT, 59 SOLO, 39 AST, 1 Sack, 3 INT While notorious for his collection of penalties this season, Deone boasts an outstanding record compared to his under performing team. Deone is an integral part of WSU’s defense as both a play stopper and play maker. Bucannon vs Oregon interception
  • Ioane Gauta #95 NT – 29 TOT, 15 SOLO, 14 AST, 3 Sack, 1 INT Dubbed, “the Monster in the Middle”, Gauta’s rugged presence in the middle has helped the Cougars climb to 30th in the nation in rushing defense. Gauta can often be identified by his hair exploding from the rear of his helmet. Gauta and Sagote team sack on Keith Price
  • Travis Long #89 LB – 61 TOT, 44 Solo, 19 ast, 9.5 sack, 1 int Before his injury, Travis managed an impressive senior year. He was named to the Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team and also was named WSU's defensive MVP following his Senior season.He was the recipient of the Laurie Niemi Award in his Senior season. Travis Long vs BYU
  • Gabe Marks #84 WR 49 Rec, 560 YDS, 11.4 AVG, 52 LONG, 2 TD and Isiah Myers #88 WR 42 Rec, 438 YDS, 10.4 AVG, 36 LONG, 4 TD - Both receivers had to step up last season to fill the void left by Marquess Wilson. While each has their own particular talents - according to CougarNation - Myers may be the most prominent receiver on the Cougars current roster.
Honorable Mentions
  • Jeff Tuel #10 QB – 221 CMP, 332 ATT, 2087 YDS, 8TD, 8INT, 119.5 Rating (Could’ve used an O line)
Dishonorable Mentions
  • Marquess Wilson #86 WR - Both a star and smudge on WSU’s history. over 3200 yards on 189 receptions totaling 25 TD’s... then this crap
  • The Whole O Line - 35 Sacks on Jeff Tuel, 22 on Connor Halliday Basically this video...
2013 Season:
Poster
2013 Schedule
@ 8/31
@ 9/7
9/14
9/21
9/28
@ 10/5
10/12
@ 10/19
BYE
10/31 (Halloween Thursday Night on ESPN in Pullman. You’re going to want to watch this one)
BYE
@ 11/16
11/23
@ 11/24
THE GREATS:
Greatest Games:
  • 1992 Apple Cup - the Snow Bowl: One of the most cherished moments by our fan base occurred in what possibly might have been the worst weather conditions the Apple Cup has even seen. The Cougs, who hadn't won an Apple Cup since 1988, were hosting the 5th ranked, defending national champion husky team led by Mark Brunell. However, neither the huskies or the fierce -18 degree wind whipping weather could stop Drew Bledsoe and the Cougars as they put together a 29-point third quarter. This barrage of scoring included one of the most replayed highlights of cougar football.. The lead provided a cushion that UW would not be able to overcome the rest of the game resulting in a 42-23 victory for the Cougs. The win led to a berth to the Copper Bowl where the Cougs maintained their momentum and defeated Utah.
  • 2003 Holiday Bowl: The 15th ranked Cougars entered the Holiday Bowl heavily unfavored against the 5th ranked Texas Longhorns. Battling a team that contained RB Cedric Benson and RS QB freshman Vince Young, the Cougs stumbled early and ended the first half down to the Horns 10-7. In the second half, the defense decided to show up in a huge way, allowing the Cougs to go on a 19-0 run in the third quarter. Texas responded in the fourth quarter with two scores to pull within 8 points, but the cougar defense displayed their dominance once again denying the Longhorns on two separate drives late in the game to secure a victory. The comeback allowed the cougars to hit the 10-win plateau for the third straight year, going 30-8 in that time span.
  • 1997 Apple Cup: Entering the game, WSU was on the verge of it's first Rose Bowl berth in 67 years. Led by Ryan Leaf, the cougars battled back and forth with an unrelenting husky team looking to smash any hopes the Cougs had for roses. It was a tight 7-7 game in the middle of the second quarter when Leaf connected with Chris Jackson who took it 57 yards to the endzone. This play was the beginning of 17 unanswered cougar points. Refusing to quit, the huskies crawled back to within 3 and threatened the cougar’s lead. Leaf then connected once again with Jackson for a 50-yard TD pass showing he had his sights set on the Rose bowl. The Cougs held on til the end eventually winning 41-35. They then went to Pasadena where they unfortunately fell to #1 Michigan.
  • 2008 Apple Cup - The Crapple Cup: It may not have been one of the greatest games, but it was definitely one of the most memorable ones recent history. Gaining national attention, these two teams met in Pullman with a combined 1-20 record on the season. The only win between the two schools was a 48-9 WSU victory over the powerhouse Portland State. Despite having the only win between the two schools, WSU entered the game as an 8.5 point underdog to the 0-10 Huskies. The match was a bit painful to watch for the first 59 minutes of game time, but with less than a minute left in the fourth quarter, QB Kevin Lopina hit WR Brandon Gibson to convert a third-and-1 and led the Cougs on a 69-yard drive that would result in a FG to send the game into overtime tied at 10. During the first OT, the Cougs went up a field goal only to be matched by the Huskies. In the second OT, Husky K Ryan Perkins missed wide right from 37 yards setting up a chance for victory for the Cougs. After only advancing a mere 5 yards, WSU K Nico Grasu drilled his attempt from 37 yards sending the team, and the fans, into a frenzy on the field. The defeated Huskies would eventually lose their final game against Cal to become the first team in the Pac-10 to go 0-12 and the only team in the country to finish the season without a win in 2008.
Greatest Plays:
Greatest Players:
  • Drew Bledsoe - 4x Pro Bowl, 2x All-Pro, 2x AFC Champ, Super Bowl Champion QB. Also the owner of Doubleback Winery in his hometown of Walla Walla in Eastern Washington (which is a great wine region) The only time I have seen this wine for sale, it was $100 a bottle at Wine World. So it’s likely quality.
  • Mark Rypien - Super Bowl MVP, 2x Super Bowl Champion, 2x Pro Bowl QB from Spokane. A local Cougar hero and legend. His daughter Angela played for the lingerie football league (NSFW?). And his nephew Brett Rypien is breaking his uncle’s records in the Greater Spokane League and already holds offers from Wazzu, Idaho and Colorado State going into his junior season.
  • Mel Hein - NFL Hall Of Fame, 4x Pro Bowl, 5x All-Pro, 2x NFL Champion, The only OL to win MVP, 1930s All-Decade Team, NFL 75th Anniversary Team. Mel Hein was a beast among men. He lead the Cougars to an undefeated 1931 season and into the Rose Bowl against Alabama. He was an All-American at WSU and also played Center on the WSU basketball team. His number is retired by both Washington State University and the New York Giants.
  • Marcus Trufant - The 11th overall pick by the Seattle Seahawks sealed Trufant’s legacy in history as not only an all time great for the Cougars and Seahawks, but as a Northwest sports hero in general. Trufant was born in raised in Tacoma, Washington and stayed here his entire football career until he signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars this offseason. He was Pac-10 All-Freshman, First-Team Pac-10 and Second-Team All-American during his years with the Cougs. He allowed zero TDs against him in his final two season at WSU.
  • Jason Hanson - Hanson is another Spokane native that played for WSU. He holds the record for longest kick in WSU history at 62 yards. An All-American in his Sophomore season he also holds the WSU records for points scored (328) and most field goal related records. He had one of the longest NFL careers of anybody and retired this year after 20 seasons. He is the #3 all time leader in points in the NFL as well as the #3 leader in field goals made. Hanson is a 2x Pro Bowler and 3x All-Pro.
  • Ryan Leaf had a magnificent career at WSU, but he is more widely known for being one of, if not the biggest, busts in NFL history. He was selected 2nd overall in the 1998 draft behind Peyton Manning by the San Diego Chargers. Once his NFL career ended, he entered into a coaching position at West Texas A&M. Here, not only his coaching career, but his life spiraled out of control as it became evident he had a serious drug addiction problem with painkillers. After years of probation, rehab, burglary, threats, and continued drug abuse, Leaf ran out of second chances and now resides in the Montana State Prison. It is definitely a darker side of cougar athletic history, and many fans are touchy about the subject, but Leaf remains one of the most prominent athletes to have played WSU. In his junior year, he averaged 330.6 yards passing per game and threw for a then Pac-10 conference record 33 touchdowns. Everyone hopes Leaf will pull his life together, but some wonder what more can even be done to help.
Greatest Coaches:
  • Mike Price (1989-2002) 83-78 - Price was good friends with Dennis Erickson and when Erickson left WSU for Miami he recommended Price for the job. Price rented Erickson’s home and ended up staying in Pullman for 13 years. During that span he won 3 bowl games and led two Rose Bowl squads in 1997 and 2002. Price coached many famous WSU players including Drew Bledsoe, Ryan Leaf, Jason Gesser and Marcus Trufant. Fuck you Alabama.
  • Jim Walden (1978-1986) 44-52-4 - Jim Walden will always be great in the eyes of Cougar fans because he loved spoiling the Huskies’ season. He also ended a bowless streak that had gone on for 51 years by leading to the Cougars to the 1981 Holiday Bowl against the BYU Cougars. He also coached Cougar greats Jack “The Throwing Samoan” Thompson, Mark Rypien. and Reuben Mayes.
  • ”You bet your ass I’ll be here someday!”
Cougs Currently in the NFL:
  • Husain Abdullah - Kansas City Chiefs - Safety
  • Chris Ivory - New York Jets - Running Back
  • Jed Collins - New Orleans Saints - Fullback
  • Eric Frampton - Dallas Cowboys - Safety
  • Brandon Gibson - Miami Dolphins - Wide Receiver
  • Rian Lindell - Buffalo Bills - Kicker
  • Ropati Pitoitua - Tennessee Titans - Defensive End
  • Marcus Trufant - Jacksonville Jaguars - Cornerback
  • Jeff Tuel - Buffalo Bills - QB
  • Zack Williams - Carolina Panthers - Guard
  • Marquees Wilson - Chicago Bears - Wide Receiver
Traditions:
Wave The Flag
The GameDay Wave The Flag movement first began back in 2003 when the Cougs were ranked 6th in the nation. It started off as a simple showing of school pride and spirit but quickly evolved into a campaign to bring GameDay to Pullman. It has since then become a tradition to have a cougar flag, nicknamed Ol' Crimson, to be a part of every broadcast until GameDay decides to grace Pullman with their presence. Ol' Crimson has not missed a GameDay since it first started and is looking to continue the streak (which currently sits at 132 consecutive shows) this upcoming season. The Flag has grown into something much bigger and has become a viral campaign with fans flying the flag in crazy places all over the world. You might have been here when avboden posted pictures flying the flag at a sunken ship.
Undefeated Fans/Wave the Flag Extra: GameDay with WSU Pirate Flag
Homecoming
As I assume it is with all college towns homecoming weekend is pretty special. Once you graduate there really aren’t a whole lot of reasons to go to back Pullman besides sporting events and homecoming, of which the latter draws a HUGE alumni crowd.
Homecoming day celebration and Bonfire
Students have been given the ability to choose our uniform combinations for both our Homecoming game and any home Apple Cup matchup.
Glenn Johnson
The man who has made himself tradition. Not only is Glenn Johnson the voice of Cougar football, he’s also a professor at WSU and the Mayor of Pullman. Every first down is met with “And that’s another Cougar first down!” with a Cougar growl at the end. He has been our voice since the 1980s and sadly he may be stepping down soon (they already have a new announcer for some of the more minor basketball games).
Campus and Surrounding Area:
City Population: 31,359
Iconic Campus Buildings/Skyline:
Local Dining:
  • Cougar County - While it is far from being on campus, Cougar Country Drive In is currently one of the most popular “fast food” restaurants in Pullman. With a menu ranging from the “Cougar Super Basket” (two ¼ lb patties with all the fixings), Chili Dogs, BBQ Beef sandwiches, and even Fish and Chips. The Store is completely manned by students, including many WSU athletes. Cougar Country has a great connection to the city of Pullman, and often uses their giant sign to advertise everything from “Important Sporting News” to Homecoming Proposals
  • The Coug - Located right off campus at the end of Greek Row, The Coug - or Cougar Cottage - contains good food, cold drinks, low prices and is a very popular game day attraction. Along the walls of the Coug, students have the opportunity to help contribute to the decorations. Fun Fact: The Coug was featured as a question on College Jeopardy
  • Sella’s Calzone and Pizza - Sella’s is located at the end of campus located closest to the dorms. Like many Italian restaurants, Sella’s has giant servings, of which many are reasonably priced. Sella’s leaves crayons and paper on the tables for kids to draw on. However, many students take advantage of the crayons to express their artistic side. The best of these artworks are posted on the walls throughout the Restaurant
  • Munchy’z - Munchy’z is a hookah bar located on Greek Row. While they are known for their hookahs, Munchy’z most popular contribution to Pullman would be their late night Hot Dogs. During the Weekends, Munchy’z opens an outdoor grill where they make their famous hot dogs (which are a must have if celebrating in Pullman!) Also they deliver cigarettes.
Random Trivia:
  • Mike Leach has an incentive in his contract for $25,000 every time he beats Washington home or away. Last year when the Cougs won, it was rumored Leach paid the entire bars tab for the night at Valhalla located on Greek Row a block away from The Coug.
  • The Palouse refers to the agricultural region that encompasses parts of southeastern Washington, north central Idaho, and extending into parts of northeast Oregon. The region was a popular end destination for those who did not die of dysentery along the Oregon trail. It is home to both WSU and U of Idaho.
  • The very first football game for our school took place on Nov 10, 1894 against University of Idaho. At that time, our school's name and mascot were the mighty Washington Agricultural College Farmers. We won 10-0
  • The first school colors were pink and blue, said to be chosen by the first WSU President when he was so in awe of the blue and pink sunsets of the Palouse. It is unknown when the official colors changed, though Crimson and Gray are thought to have been the colors by 1916, when we won the first annual Rose Bowl (thank god)
  • The cougar wasn't adopted to be our mascot until our 1919 victory over Cal when a San Francisco newspaper cartoonist depicted the game as a bear trying to free itself from a northwest cougar
  • Our logo was created by Randall Johnson, an art student at then called Washington State College in 1936, who wanted to incorporate his art in lettering to produce a logo that would include the letters WSC. Once the president saw it, he immediately decided to make it the official logo of the state college. In 1959 when the school became a university, the president sent a request to Johnson to revise the logo and change the C into a U. Johnson happily obliged and sold the rights for his logo to the school for $1.
  • On the weekend before classes begin each year at WSU, Pullman holds the annual National Lentil Festival, an event celebrating everyone’s favorite legumes. It was started back in 1989 to promote both tourism and the locally grown lentils. At the time of the original festival, 98% of the United States crop of lentils were grown in the Palouse.
  • Popular non-athlete alumni from WSU include Timothy Leary (acid icon who coined "turn on, tune in, drop out"), Bill Nye (the science guy), Paul Allen (co-founder of Microsoft and owner of the Seahawks and Trailblazers), Edward R. Murrow (father of broadcast journalism), and Gary Larson (author of the comic the Far Side) who created a mural that is currently displayed on campus in Beasley Coliseum
  • In the 1930's, the US government provided funds to WSU to research new ways to store cheese. WSU created a way to store cheese in tins and during the process, ended up creating a cheese so wonderful that they dubbed it "Cougar Gold." The WSU Creamery was established and currently produces over 250,000 cans of cheese each year, 80% of which being Cougar Gold (which is fucking delicious), as well as 18,000 gallons of ice cream.
  • Washington State University currently is the home of a 1MW Nuclear Reactor. The Reactor was the brainchild of Harold W. Dodgen, a former researcher on the Manhattan Project, and a WSU Alumnus. Video of a Reactor Pulse
  • WSU also boasts a Bear Center on campus, hosting both adult and cub grizzly bears. The bears cardiovascular systems are studied during their hibernation cycle due to the similarities to a resting bear heart and a human heart facing heart disease. Here is a delightful gif.
What Is and What Is to Come:
As the offseason lags on, the mood of the Cougar fan base for the upcoming season remains excited, yet a bit more reserved than it was last year ripe with the hiring of Mike Leach. The team will have quite the different feel to it with the departure of star senior athletes QB Jeff Tuel , linebacker Travis Long, and estranged WR Marquess Wilson. However, despite these losses, WSU will not be lacking in experience. Wazzu leads the PAC-12 in returning career starts with 359, including up and coming players such as QB Connor Halliday, WR Gabe Marks, WR Isiah Myers, S Deone Bucannon, and husky killer K Andrew Furney.
This recruiting season may not have been a flashy one (ranking between 9-11 with Rivals, Scout, ESPN, and 247) but Leach bulked up on where we needed improvement the most: both the offensive and defensive lines. One of the most exciting prospects 4* AZ QB Tyler Bruggman led WSU into a bit of a panic on signing day when he flip flopped between ASU and WSU, but he eventually confirmed his committed with the Cougs at the end of the day. When asked about the drama on signing day, Leach stated he was unaware of any offers to Bruggman from ASU, but that he did receive an excellent lasagna recipe from Bruggman's mother the night before.
The schedule this upcoming season provides WSU ample opportunity to improve on last years record of 3-9. The non-conference line up includes games at Auburn, and hosting both Southern Utah and old Palouse rival Idaho. This season's conference games will include home matches against Stanford, Oregon St, Arizona St, and Utah and will travel to play USC, Cal, Oregon, Arizona and UW. Worst case scenario would be a repeat 3-9 record, with only being able to scrounge a single conference win and having two close calls against nonconference foes S. Utah and U of I. Best case scenario (in my completely biased and homeristic opinion) would be a 10-3 record and an appearance in the Rose Bowl, as summarized here. However, becoming bowl eligible would be welcomed warmly by a fan base who hasn't seen the Cougs in a bowl for a decade.
Overtime
  • Steve Gleason - Former WSU LB that was a part of the 1998 Rose Bowl team who later become well known for his blocked punt while playing for the Saints in 2006 reviving a city’s fan base that was still recovering from hurricane Katrina. He also was a 4 year starter for the WSU Baseball team and continues to hold the school record for triples to this day. In 2011 he revealed he was battling ALS and launched his campaign Team Gleason No White Flags promoting public awareness and striving towards a cure. Check out his website http://www.teamgleason.org/ to find out more.
  • Whether it’s to escape the summer heat or blow off some stress, students often flock just outside of Pullman to hang out at dunes along the Snake River.
  • Hey Cougs in the Seattle area! There is a organization called CougsFirst that’s dedicated the spreading the word about Cougar owned and operated businesses. There is a yearly trade show in Bellevue with 60+ Cougar alum owned and operated business and they organize other events with the Alumni Association. Check them out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cougs-First/243934019073869
  • Also make sure to check out the WSU Alumni Association page for viewing parties and other events all around the country: http://alumni.wsu.edu/olc/pub/WHG/aevents/page_aevents_5.jsp
Well I sure hoped you enjoyed your stay here, and maybe even learned a little something or two about our home, Ol’ Wazzu! Have a safe trip home, enjoy the memories, and we look forward to having you again!
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Compilation of week 1 lines.

So I made this post for CFB and will make a weekly one during the season. But I figured it may be beneficial here to get a good look at how all the sportsbooks are feeling about the games. Sorry if this isn't appropriate for the sub.
So I went and compiled all the early week 1 lines from the major sportsbooks. And since these are still not the final lines I will update the table and repost it the day before games start. List of Bovada lines. List of remaining sportsbook's lines
Teams Bovada Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oregon State @ Colorado State CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5
Hawai'i @ UMass UH -1.0 UH -1.5 Umass -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
USF @ San José State USF -20 USF -20 USF -19 USF -20 USF -21 USF -20 USF-20
Rice @ Stanford SU-31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -32 SU -32 SU -31.5
Ohio State @ Indiana OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -27 UM -27 UM -27 UM -26.5
ULM @ Memphis Memphis -27 Memphis -27.5 Memphis -27 Memphis –27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -25 ASU-25.5 ASU -25 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -12.5 EMU -12 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12
Washington @ Rutgers UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -31 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5
Navy @ FAU Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -14.5 Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -3.0 BC -2.5 BC -2.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -2.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin UW –29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -19.5 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20
Arkansas State @ Nebraska UN -16.5 UN -16 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -17
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13
Louisville @ Purdue UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -33 PSU-33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33
Kent State @ Clemson CU -38.5 CU -38 CU -38 CU -39 CU -39 CU -39 CU -38.5
Ball State @ Illinois UI -8.5 UI -7.5 UI -8.5 UI -8.5 UI -9 UI -9 UI -9
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -1.0 PK Marshall -1.0 PK PK PK PK
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24.5 NW -25 NW -23.5 NW -24.5 NW -24 NW -24.5 NW -24
South Carolina @ NC State NCS -5.0 NCS -5.5 NCS -4.5 NCS -5.5 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0
Michigan vs Florida UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -17 UT -16.5 UT -16.5 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -44 OU –44 OU -45 OU -44 OU -44.5 OU -44 OU -44.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -15 ND -15.5 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15
Western Michigan @ USC USC -26 USC -27 USC -25.5 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26
California @ North Carolina UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -12.5
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35
Troy @ Boise State BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -13.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OSU -17 OSU -17 OSU -16.5 OSU -17 OSU -16 OSU -17.5 OSU -16.5
Houston @ UTSA UH -13.5 UH -13 UH -14 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Locked Miss -25 Miss -25.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -25 Miss -25.5
Alabama vs Florida State Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -5.5 Vandy -4.5 Vandy -5.5 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.5
BYU vs LSU LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -12.5 LSU -13.5 LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -13.5
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA 3.5 UCLA 3.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3 UCLA -3
Georgia Tech vs Tennessee UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5
FIU @ UCF N/A UCF -17.5 UCF -17 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17
Colorado State vs Colorado N/A Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
And also another post I made for CFB I made a table of teams that have done the best against the spread. Which can help here seeing who does the best as underdogs. I know it only means they cover ATS and not actually upset the other team but it can still be helpful.
Definitions for the table columns: ATS Record: The number of ATS covers, no-covers, and pushes. Cover %: The percentage of time the team covered, net of pushes. MOV: The average margin of victory (negative in losses). ATS +/-: The average amount of points that the team covers the spread by
Team ATS Record Cover % MOV ATS +/-
Temple 21-7-0 75.0% 11.8 +5.6
USF 17-8-1 68.0% 11.4 +5.9
Toledo 16-8-1 66.7% 13.2 +4.9
Western Michigan 18-9-0 66.7% 15.0 +6.6
BYU 17-9-0 65.4% 10.4 +3.7
Navy 17-9-1 65.4% 10.8 +6.3
Miami (OH) 16-9-0 64.0% -7.2 +1.4
Florida State 16-9-0 64.0% 12.2 +1.4
Colorado State 16-9-1 64.0% 3.7 +1.5
Tulsa 16-9-1 64.0% 5.0 + 5.5
Ohio 17-10-0 63.0% 3.0 +1.3
Stanford 17-10-0 63.0% 10.7 +2.6
Texas Tech 15-9-1 62.5% 0.8 -0.9
Idaho 15-9-1 62.5% -5.9 +3.9
Georgia State 15-9-1 62.5% -3.9 +3.4
Northwestern 16-10-0 61.5% 2.3 +2.5
Oklahoma 16-10-0 61.5% 18.3 +3.2
Miami 16-10-0 61.5% 7.7 +1.8
Washington State 16-10-0 61.5% 7.8 +3.9
Alabama 18-12-0 60.0% 22.9 +4.5
North Carolina 16-11-0 59.3% 12.0 +4.3
Eastern Michigan 14-10-0 58.3% -8.1 +1.1
Wisconsin 15-11-0 57.7% 12.9 +3.1
Colorado 15-11-1 57.7% 3.5 +1.8
NC State 15-11-0 57.7% 5.8 +1.0
San Diego State 15-11-2 57.7% 15.1 +4.8
Wyoming 15-11-0 57.7% -5.7 +1.5
Arkansas State 15-11-0 57.7% 7.8 +3.1
Iowa State 13-10-1 56.5% -5.7 +2.8
Duke 14-11-0 56.0% 0.9 +1.1
Middle Tennessee 14-11-0 56.0% 5.7 -1.8
Vanderbilt 14-11-0 56.0% -3.3 +1.4
Wake Forest 14-11-0 56.0% -4.4 +2.0
Washington 15-12-0 55.6% 18.2 +8.2
Louisiana Tech 15-12-0 55.6% 10.7 +0.6
Air Force 15-12-0 55.6% 8.6 +0.3
SMU 13-11-0 54.2% -13.2 -1.9
San José State 13-11-0 54.2% -4.6 -1.3
Northern Illinois 13-11-2 54.2% 2.0 -1.0
Syracuse 13-11-0 54.2% -8.3 +0.5
Nebraska 13-11-2 54.2% 3.8 -2.3
Bowling Green 14-12-0 53.8% 0.9 +1.0
Oklahoma State 14-12-0 53.8% 10.6 +3.1
Tennessee 14-12-0 53.8% 11.3 -0.1
Penn State 14-12-1 53.8% 6.9 +3.2
Central Michigan 14-12-0 53.8% -0.1 -1.3
Southern Miss 14-12-1 53.8% 9.0 +2.1
WKU 15-13-0 53.6% 19.6 +6.6
Clemson 16-14-0 53.3% 19.0 +4.0
Tulane 12-11-1 52.2% -10.1 -1.4
Virginia 12-11-1 52.2% -8.8 -1.9
Minnesota 12-11-3 52.2 % 2.3 +0.4
Troy 13-12-0 52.0% 5.9 +4.0
USC 14-13-0 51.8% 9.1 +0.7
Virginia Tech 14-13-0 51.8% 8.6 +2.0
Houston 14-13-0 51.8% 16.2 +4.0
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List of all the early week 1 lines.

So I decided instead of comparing AP#1s and movies/TV shows I should make a post that could actually have a function. Since I'm a fan of making money off of CFB I figured I there were others that enjoyed the same. So I went and compiled all the early week 1 lines from the major sportsbooks. And since these are still not the final lines I will update the table and repost it the day before games start.
A few lines against the spread (Bovada lines) that jump out at me currently: Florida +4, Maryland +17, Utep +44, WMU +26, Georgia Southern -35, Troy +12.5, A&M +3 (super iffy ab this one tho).
Teams Bovada Westgate Superbook MGM Mirage William Hill CG Tech. Stations BetOnline
Oregon State @ Colorado State CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5 CSU -3.5
Hawai'i @ UMass UH -1.0 UH -1.5 Umass -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0 UH -1.0
USF @ San José State USF -20 USF -20 USF -19 USF -20 USF -21 USF -20 USF-20
Rice @ Stanford SU-31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -31.5 SU -32 SU -32 SU -31.5
Ohio State @ Indiana OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -21 OSU -20.5 OSU -21 OSU -21.5
Buffalo @ Minnesota UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -26.5 UM -27 UM -27 UM -27 UM -26.5
ULM @ Memphis Memphis -27 Memphis -27.5 Memphis -27 Memphis –27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27 Memphis -27
New Mexico State @ Arizona State ASU -25 ASU-25.5 ASU -25 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25.5 ASU -25
Charlotte @ Eastern Michigan EMU -12.5 EMU -12 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12.5 EMU -12
Rutgers @ Washington UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -31 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5 UW -30.5
Navy @ FAU Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -14.5 Navy -14 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5 Navy -13.5
Boston College @ Northern Illinois BC -3.0 BC -2.5 BC -2.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -3.0 BC -2.5
Utah State @ Wisconsin UW –29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29 UW -29
Bowling Green @ Michigan State MSU -19.5 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20 MSU -20
Arkansas State @ Nebraska UN -16.5 UN -16 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -16.5 UN -17
Wyoming @ Iowa Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13.5 Iowa -13 Iowa -13 Iowa -13
Louisville @ Purdue UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5 UL -26 UL -26.5 UL -26.5
Akron @ Penn State PSU -33 PSU-33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33 PSU -33
Kent State @ Clemson CU -38.5 CU -38 CU -38 CU -39 CU -39 CU -39 CU -38.5
Ball State @ Illinois UI -8.5 UI -7.5 UI -8.5 UI -8.5 UI -9 UI -9 UI -9
Miami (OH) @ Marshall Marshall -1.0 PK Marshall -1.0 PK PK PK PK
Nevada @ Northwestern NW -24.5 NW -25 NW -23.5 NW -24.5 NW -24 NW -24.5 NW -24
South Carolina @ NC State NCS -5.0 NCS -5.5 NCS -4.5 NCS -5.5 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0 NCS -5.0
Michigan vs Florida UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0 UM -4.0 UM -4.5 UM -4.0
Maryland @ Texas UT -17 UT -16.5 UT -16.5 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17 UT -17.5
UTEP @ Oklahoma OU -44 OU –44 OU -45 OU -44 OU -44.5 OU -44 OU -44.5
Temple @ Notre Dame ND -15 ND -15.5 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15 ND -15
Western Michigan @ USC USC -26 USC -27 USC -25.5 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26 USC -26
California @ North Carolina UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -12.5 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -13 UNC -12.5
Georgia Southern @ Auburn AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35 AU -35
Troy @ Boise State BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5 BSU -12.5
Kentucky @ Southern Miss UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10 UK -10
Appalachian State @ Georgia UGA -14 UGA -14.5 UGA -13.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14.5 UGA -14
Tulsa @ Oklahoma State OSU -17 OSU -17 OSU -16.5 OSU -17 OSU -16 OSU -17.5 OSU -16.5
Houston @ UTSA UH -13.5 UH -13 UH -14 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5 UH -13.5
South Alabama @ Ole Miss Locked Miss -25 Miss -25.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -24.5 Miss -25 Miss -25.5
Alabama vs Florida State Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.5 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0 Bama -7.0
Vanderbilt @ Middle Tennessee Vandy -5.5 Vandy -4.5 Vandy -5.5 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.0 Vandy -6.5
BYU vs LSU LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -12.5 LSU -13.5 LSU -13 LSU -13.5 LSU -13.5
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.5 VT -4.0 VT -4.5 VT -4.5
Texas A&M @ UCLA UCLA -3.5 UCLA 3.5 UCLA 3.0 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3.5 UCLA -3 UCLA -3
Georgia Tech vs Tennessee UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.0 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5 UT -3.5
FIU @ UCF N/A UCF -17.5 UCF -17 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17.5 UCF -17
Colorado State vs Colorado N/A Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0 Colorado -7.0
UMass @ Coastal Carolina N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
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The Arizona State Sun Devils (5-1) visit the Pac-12 South rival Utah Utes (5-1) Saturday of Week 8 of the college football season.Kickoff from Rice-Eccles Stadium is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET. Here, we break down the Arizona State vs. Utah odds and lines, with NCAA betting picks and tips. The trends show an ASU team that fails to cover as an underdog and a Texas team that manages to squeeze out wins when favored. Spread and total points scored betting line ASU vs. TTU: Betting lines examined, Red Raiders favored by 7.5. New Texas Tech. TTU is 8-3 against the spread in its last 11 games. TTU is 3-6 straight up in its last nine games. Texas Tech at Arizona: Odds, betting lines and picks. Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Friday at 6:30 p.m. ET. Prediction. Texas Tech 48, Arizona 45. Moneyline. The Red Raiders (-125) are slight favorites, and they’re worth a small-unit bet. Really, though, this game could go either way. ASU vs. Texas Tech: Betting lines examined, Sun Devils favored by 2.5 New, 1 comment Arizona State and Texas Tech face off at Sun Devil Stadium on Saturday.

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