At the beginning of the 2020 college football season is an outstanding lineup of games. Week Zero and Week One will offer gamblers plenty to talk about. Some of the biggest marquee brands in College Football betting will be on the board. That includes Notre Dame, Wisconsin, USC, Alabama, Michigan, and Washington. Although kickoff times and network TV coverage are mostly to be determined the dates and matchups are set. Let’s take a look at top week one matchups and odds.
Navy Midshipmen vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Last year Navy had a tremendous 11-2 rebound season after going 3-10 in 2018. Notre Dame has covered only two of their last seven offshore bookmaker matchups against the Midshipmen. These two teams have gone over the total in eight of their last 10 meetings.
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors vs. Arizona Wildcats
Arizona’s Kevin Sumlin has flopped miserably in two seasons as head coach. Of course, Hawaii set the tone for 2019 with a week zero 45-38 upset win over Arizona. A loss here would damage what’s left of Sumlin’s quality of life in Tempe.
Clemson Tigers vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Clemson reloads while Georgia Tech rebuilds. Specifically, the Tigers will have a vast manpower advantage for this one. But is this price too high? The Ramblin’ Wreck has failed to get the money in their last five games with Clemson.
Indiana Hoosiers vs. Wisconsin Badgers
These were two of the best defensive teams in College Football betting for 2019. Wisconsin has ruled the cashier’s cage in this head to head series. To illustrate the Badgers have covered five straight games against the Hoosiers. Bucky Badger is 8-2 vs. the line in their last 10 games at Camp Randall Stadium.
Alabama Crimson Tide vs. USC Trojans
Fashion that USC head coach Clay Helton barely escaped the firing squad last December. Helton has zero margin for error making this opener extraordinarily dangerous. Extending the pressure is a super power Alabama program that destroyed the Men of Troy 52-6 at this same venue in 2016.
Michigan Wolverines vs. Washington Huskies
Jim Harbaugh will open his sixth season as Michigan coach without yet winning the Big Ten. While this is a non-conference game its also high profile and could set the tone for 2020. Washington has a new head coach and quarterback. Thus, the Maize and Blue have a perfect opportunity to pounce.