The first big Saturday of college football at the Sbg global sportsbook features a lot of televised action.
There is no question that games on TV draw more action in college football betting and there sure are a ton of games that opening Saturday.
NCAA betting televised action on Saturday, September 4th starts right from the beginning with ESPN and ESPN 2 doing noon Eastern Time games. It is Western Michigan at Michigan State on ESPN 2. The Spartans are 21 point favorites. ESPN has Florida hosting Miami of Ohio and the Gators are 35 point favorites.
FSN has Illinois and Missouri and the Tigers are laying 13.5 points. The Mountain television network has Colorado and Colorado State with the Buffaloes a 12.5 point favorite.
Midday: ESPN is televising Texas at Rice and the Longhorns are 29-point favorites. NBC has Notre Dame hosting Purdue and the Irish are 11-point favorites.
ABC games are Connecticut at Michigan with the Wolverines a 3-point choice, Kentucky at Louisville with the Wildcats favored by 3 points, UCLA at Kansas State with the Bruins laying 1.5 points.
Evening Games: There are some great games in the evening on Saturday. Oregon State is at TCU on ESPN and the Horned Frogs are laying 13-points. North Carolina and LSU play in Atlanta on ABC with the Tigers a 1-point choice.
ESPN U is televising Memphis at Mississippi State with the Bulldogs favored by three TDs. The CBS College Sports Network is doing Washington at BYU with the Cougars a 3-point choice. FSN has Washington State at Oklahoma State with the Cowboys laying two TDs.
Late Night: Cincinnati is at Fresno State on ESPN 2 and that game is a pick while the versus network has Wisconsin at UNLV with the Badgers a 20-point favorite.
Added and Extra Games: Not to be left out are the added and extra games. ESPN U has North Texas at Clemson with the Tigers favored by 23 points. Extra games include Samford at Florida State on ESPN U, Youngstown State at Penn State and Eastern Illinois at Iowa on the Big 10 Network.
It is a great day of televised action on Saturday, September 4th with enough games on TV to keep gamblers very happy.