September 28, 2022

Odds,Selections: Week #1 NCAAFB 2022-2023 Season.

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We are less than 2 weeks away from the 2022-2023 NCAAFB season and it’s time to get this party started. 

The 2022 season kicks off on Thursday, September 1st with the following match ups.
On the Thursday slate, West Virginia will travel to Pittsburgh, while Central Michigan will visit Oklahoma St., and to close out the Thursday slate, VMI will take on the Demon Decans of Wake Forest.

For those wondering if we will see a full bowl season in 2022, we are happy to report that there will be 43 bowl games between FBS teams and the College Football Playoff National Championship Game for the 2022 season is set for SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023. 

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Current Odds (2022)- National Championship (Week 1 Selections)

Alabama Crimson Tide
+180

Ohio State Buckeyes
+300

Georgia Bulldogs
+350

Clemson Tigers
+800

USC Trojans
+2000

Texas A&M Aggies
+2500

Michigan Wolverines
+5000

Oklahoma Sooners
+5000

Notre Dame Fighting Irish
+6000

Utah Utes
+8000

Texas Longhorns
+8000

Tennessee Volunteers
+10000

Wisconsin Badgers
+10000

Miami (FL) Hurricanes
+10000

Penn State Nittany Lions
+10000

LSU Tigers
+10000

Oklahoma State Cowboys
+10000

Oregon Ducks
+12000

Florida Gators
+12000

Baylor Bears
+15000

Kentucky Wildcats
+15000

Ole Miss Rebels
+15000

Arkansas Razorbacks
+15000

North Carolina State Wolfpack
+15000

Mississippi State Bulldogs
+20000

Auburn Tigers
+20000

UCLA Bruins
+20000

Wake Forest Demon Deacons
+20000

Iowa Hawkeyes
+20000

North Carolina Tar Heels
+20000

Washington Huskies
+20000

Michigan State Spartans
+20000

South Carolina Gamecocks
+20000

Nebraska Cornhuskers
+20000

Pittsburgh Panthers
+25000

Minnesota Golden Gophers
+25000

Cincinnati Bearcats
+25000

Purdue Boilermakers
+25000

Is Alabama (+180) poised to return as national champions after their defeat last year to Georgia by a score of 33–18 and handed the Bulldogs their third national championship in school history, the first since 1980?

The NFL draft has come and gone, and so have many of the players who played on that championship team. 
Alabama is a well-established program, and they will have filled those gaps and voids through the recruiting system this past year. 

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Week 1 Selections:

Thursday, Sep. 1,2022
West Virginia at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. ET

America’s Bookie Line:Pittsburgh (-7.0) O/U (51)
It’s back yard brawl time.Pittsburgh is coming off its best season since 1982 but they lose the services of ACC Offensive Player of the Year in quarterback Kenny Pickett.
The Mountaineers of West Virginia finished below.500 for the third consecutive season and should get a needed lift on the offence with Georgia quarterback transfer JT Daniels ready to take the helm. The offense for West Virginia isn’t the problem; it’s the holes in the defence that were not addressed over the offseason and we jump over Pittsburgh in this one.
The Pick: Pittsburgh (-7)

Notre Dame at Ohio State, 7:30 p.m.
America’s Bookie Line:Ohio State (-15.0) O/U (58.5)

The Irish are coming off their 5th consecutive 10-win season and will begin a new year without Brian Kelly. The Irish will send a first-year quarterback out in the toughest of environments, the Horseshoe, against an Ohio State team coming off a season in which they missed out on the CFP for the first time since 2018.

Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud is back and joins a stellar group of offensive talent in Columbus. Look for Ohio State to jump out quickly in this one. We see this as an extremely tough spot for a first-year quarterback and new head coach with the Irish to grind out a point spread cover. 
The Pick: Ohio State (-15.0)

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