The opening week of college football is here! Let's look at some things to know as you bet the weekend slate of Week 1 college football games.
All lines are courtesy of Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. All games on Saturday unless otherwise specified.
Penn State covered in each its final nine games last season, finishing the season with a 10-3-1 ATS record. Only Temple was better against the number than the Nittany Lions.
The over hit in 10 of Penn State's 14 games last season. This will mark the first game with an over/under in the 60s for the Nittany Lions under James Franklin.
Wyoming is 7-1 ATS as an underdog in games started by quarterback Josh Allen, winning five of those outright.
Iowa is 2-7 ATS in its last nine games as a double-digit favorite.
Maryland was 1-6 ATS in road and neutral games in D.J. Durkin's first year as head coach last season.
North Carolina State is 13-6 ATS in non-conference games under head coach Dave Doeren.
In Will Muschamp's head coaching career, the total has gone under in 13 of the 19 games with an over/under of 50-plus.
The total has gone over in 17 of Michigan's last 21 games.
Temple has gone 10-1 ATS as an underdog since 2015, winning seven of those outright.
Troy has covered in each of its last five games as a double-digit underdog.
USC went 6-0 ATS as a double-digit favorite last season. The Trojans also went 5-1 ATS at home.
Georgia has gone 2-7 as a double-digit favorite since 2015.
Appalachian State went 6-1 ATS in road and neutral games last season.
Since Bobby Petrino returned as head coach in 2014, Louisville has gone 10-3 ATS in games played in September.
Bobby Petrino's teams have covered in each of their last five season openers.
Under Nick Saban, Alabama has gone 9-1 ATS (10-0 straight up) in season openers.
Alabama is favored for the 98th time in its last 99 games. The Crimson Tide have gone 30-19 ATS in road and neutral games during that span.
BYU went 5-0 ATS as an underdog in Kalani Sitake's first year as head coach last season.
West Virginia has gone 1-7 ATS in its last eight neutral-site games.
In his head coaching career, Justin Fuente's teams have gone 6-2 ATS in games against ranked teams.
Under Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M has gone 16-6 ATS in games played in August or September.
Under Butch Jones, Tennessee has gone 5-0 ATS in neutral-site games.