The Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Clippers, and Utah Jazz, are the favorites to win their respective divisions, but are there teams that have the capability to knock off the top dogs of the West?
Doc Rivers already has one Coach of the Year award under his belt, but does he have what it takes to win his second with the Los Angeles Clippers this season?
Oregon 3-10 ATS When Laying 20-Plus Points Since 2015; Favored by 21 Over Visiting Buffaloes on Friday Night
The Colorado Buffaloes have already defeated two ranked opponents this season, but do they have what it takes to upset Justin Herbert and the Oregon Ducks as 21-point underdogs on Friday night?
In Mike Locksley’s first Big Ten home game as the coach of Maryland, his team will have a chance to pull the upset on #12 Penn State.
Third string quarterback Matt Fink led #21 USC to an upset win over Utah last week, but can he do it again against #17 Washington on the road?
After the Michigan State Spartans finished with a 28-6 record in the regular season and shared the Big Ten title with Purdue, the oddsmakers have slated them as the team to beat in the conference in 2019-20. Will the Spartans be able to capture their 16th Big Ten Regular Season Title?
After dominating their first two games of the 2019 college football season, the no. 21 Maryland Terrapins will take on the Temple Owls in Philadelphia on Saturday, Sep. 14th. Will the Terps be able to hold off an Owls team that beat them at home just over a year ago? Ryan Sura looks at the odds and point spread, and analyzes the matchup for football bettors.
The #12 Texas A&M Aggies will march into Death Valley trying to make a statement against the #1 Clemson Tigers on Saturday afternoon. Both teams won their Week 1 games handedly, but this will be a tougher test for both sides.
Both Maryland and Syracuse had strong Week 1 performances as the Terrapins blew out an FCS opponent and Syracuse shut out the Liberty Flames on the road. Who holds the edge going into Saturday’s noon game?
Auburn’s 2020 CFP National Championship odds improved significantly after beating the Oregon Ducks in Week 1. Meanwhile, Oregon’s odds fell. Which team is better value at this point, given how they looked in Week 1 and the schedules that lie ahead?
Despite now losing Dylan Moses and Joshua McMillon to season-ending injuries, the Tide are still projected to roll to the national championship game by the oddsmakers.