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This essentially means Vegas thinks that it's likely you will win by 3. And it turns out to be super accurate historically. What's your thoughts on that auburn game. I have mine and I see auburn winning a close one or UW coming in and winning by with it not feeling that close. Note that none of these teams I expect to win. It is just that with the large lines and the normal offensive confusion on week one, I do not expect their opponents to cover.
This isn't a real market. So take these with a heaping spoonful of salt. The article is messed up. It says that ND is a 2 point favorite, but both the sites they link has Michigan as a 1 point favorite. Either the lines moved very quickly, or this article is wrong. This definitely seems like the hardest one to call. I would have taken Michigan when ND is a 2 point favorite, but now Just not that confident. I think Minny covers. I think BSU covers. I noticed you're pretty big on returning production numbers.
You really think it's that valuable? There may be some correlation with future success, but I feel like we see younger guys with less production turnout to be an improvement quite often. No one has tried to argue against my picks this whole time. Everyone has just chosen one thing I said and latched on to it like it was the only worthwhile thing I said. New players can always be better than the old ones, the difference is that, one, isn't usually the expectation, and two, happens gradually.
These lines are for the first game of the season. If these spreads were at the end of the season I probably wouldn't have much to say because Vegas spends millions of dollars to create those lines. I know that make these lines to encourage betting but damn I would have figured it more like or Some of these look like easy money to me and there's no way Vegas is offering lines this early, considering a good number of teams don't know who their starting QB is yet.
Riley is a relatively new coach who just lost his Heisman winning QB. It's a solid team still, but Kiffin trying to make a splash against a big name team on opening weekend to get his name in the hat for teams who will inevitably be looking for a new coach by the end of the season is obviously his goal. Ohio St vs. Ohio State will let off the gas far before it gets to a 38 point lead.
I'm not saying it won't be a blowout, it will, but Urban isn't going to risk his 1st stringers in a blowout opener. If the second and third stringers make Oregon State look like fools, it's possible, I just think it's unlikely. Penn St vs. App State has repeatedly shown they are a great team.
Their step into the FBS was flawless and they have been on the heels of great seasons as a G5 for the past couple of years. PSU lost major pieces throughout their game and I fully expect a full early season hiccups.