2017 College Football Games of the Year Lines

2017 College Football Games of the Year Lines

On Thursday (6/22) afternoon, Golden Nugget released their College Football Games of the Year lines for 106 matchups throughout the season. Below shows the opening lines, and we’ll be using these lookahead lines to compare throughout the season.

August 31
Tulsa at Oklahoma State -18

September 2
Maryland at Texas -19

September 9
Nebraska at Oregon -7
Pittsburgh at Penn State -17.5
TCU -1 at Arkansas
Auburn at Clemson -5.5
Oklahoma at Ohio State -7
Georgia at Notre Dame -3
Stanford at USC -9
Utah at BYU -3
Boise at Washington State -7.5

September 16
Oklahoma State -3.5 at Pittsburgh
Clemson at Louisville pk
Tennessee at Florida -9.5
Wisconsin -10 at BYU
Oregon -10.5 at Wyoming
Miami at Florida State -12
Texas at USC -12.5
Stanford -9.5 at San Diego State

September 22
Utah at Arizona pk

September 23
UCLA at Stanford -9.5
Penn State -12 at Iowa
Oklahoma -8 at Baylor
TCU at Oklahoma State -4.5
Notre Dame -4 at Michigan State
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M -6 (at Arlington)

September 29
USC -10 at Washington State

September 30
Clemson -7 at Virginia Tech
Baylor at Kansas State -3
Georgia at Tennessee -1

October 5
Louisville -3.5 at NC State

October 6
Boise at BYU -4

October 7
LSU -2.5 at Florida
Alabama -12.5 at Texas A&M
West Virginia at TCU -13.5
Kansas State at Texas -7
Michigan State at Michigan -17
Wisconsin -8 at Nebraska

October 13
Washington State -4 at California

October 14
Utah at USC -20
Oregon at Stanford -11
Arkansas at Alabama -28
Texas A&M at Florida -4
Auburn at LSU -7
Baylor at Oklahoma State -7
Oklahoma -9.5 vs. Texas (at Dallas)
TCU at Kansas State pk
Ohio State -15.5 at Nebraska
Boise at San Diego State -3.5

October 21
Wyoming at Boise -7
Louisville at Florida State -8
Tennessee at Alabama -24.5
Auburn -7 at Arkansas
West Virginia at Baylor -10
Oklahoma -9 at Kansas State
Oklahoma State at Texas -3
Oregon at UCLA -6.5
Michigan at Penn State -6.5
USC -8 at Notre Dame

October 28
Georgia Tech at Clemson -18
UCLA at Washington -14.5
Utah at Oregon -10.5
Oklahoma State -4.5 at West Virginia
Texas at Baylor -2
Penn State at Ohio State -8.5
Georgia vs Florida -1 (at Jacksonville)

November 3
UCLA at Utah pk

November 4
Oregon at Washington -13.5
Stanford -5.5 at Washington State
Ohio State -16 at Iowa
Penn State -13 at Michigan State -13
Clemson -6.5 at NC State
Virginia Tech at Miami -6
LSU at Alabama -12
Oklahoma -4 at Oklahoma State
Texas at TCU -3

November 10
Washington at Stanford -1.5

November 11
Notre Dame at Miami -6
Iowa at Wisconsin -16.5
USC -13.5 at Colorado
Michigan State at Ohio State -24.5
Georgia at Auburn -10
Arkansas at LSU -16.5
Florida -4.5 at South Carolina
Florida State at Clemson -2
West Virginia at Kansas State -9.5
TCU at Oklahoma -13

November 18
LSU -7.5 at Tennessee
Kansas State at Oklahoma State -8
Texas -6 at West Virginia
UCLA at USC -15.5
Nebraska at Penn State -17.5
Michigan at Wisconsin -3
Pittsburgh at Virginia Tech -7.5

November 24
Baylor at TCU -6
Iowa at Nebraska -3.5

November 25
Washington State at Washington -16
Ohio State -6 at Michigan
West Virginia at Oklahoma -22
Notre Dame at Stanford -9.5
Alabama -6.5 at Auburn
Florida State -4 at Florida
Georgia -2.5 at Georgia Tech
Texas A&M at LSU -12
Clemson -10 at South Carolina

December 9
Army vs. Navy -5 (at Philadelphia)

Many sharp bettors are taking these games as early as possible, so line movement is caused by their bets whereas the public will wait until the season starts. This gives bettors a good indication of where sharps are betting, and it also helps distinguish sharp vs. public action when these lines are available around the entire market during the season. If you’re already aware of which teams the sharps like before the season, you can use that to your advantage as the season progresses.

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Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. You can find him on Twitter (@ArsenalDMC) and he can be reached directly at dan.mcguire@actionnetwork.com.

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