College Football Week 0 2023: Current Odds & Betting Preview

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The college football season kicks off with Week 0 on Saturday, Aug. 26. Ten total games are on the slate, with seven FBS matchups and two ranked teams in action. The day starts with 13th-ranked Notre Dame playing Navy in Dublin at 2:30 p.m. ET. Later, sixth-ranked USC hosts San Jose State, with kickoff set for 8 p.m. ET.

College football Week 0 odds

The following table shows the odds for all FBS games for the upcoming week. Select the type of bet from the drop-down below to view moneylines, spreads, and totals from top sports betting sites. If you wish to place a bet, click the odds to head to the sportsbook where you can do so.

Best available NCAAF Week 0 odds

What sports betting sites feature the best odds for spreads, moneylines, and totals? This table shows the best available lines, with the sportsbook next to the odds. All odds are subject to change.

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College football Week 0 top 25 schedule

All 10 college football games in Week 0 occur on Saturday, Aug. 26. Here’s a look at the two matchups that feature top 25 teams, along with the best available odds. For the ranked teams in action, this is their first step in the College Football Playoff race.

San Jose State at No. 6 USC

Time:8 p.m. ET
TV/live stream:Pac-12 Networks
San Jose State spread:
San Jose State moneyline:
USC spread:
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Sportsbooks expect USC to start strong as a 30.5-point favorite against San Jose State at home. The Trojans suffered a tough finish last season with losses to Utah and Tulane in the Pac-12 Championship and Cotton Bowl games, respectively. Returning quarterback Caleb Williams is a favorite to win the Heisman Trophy for the second straight year.

Navy vs. No. 13 Notre Dame (in Dublin)

Time:2:30 p.m. ET
TV/live stream:NBC, Peacock
Navy spread:
Navy moneyline:
Notre Dame spread:
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Notre Dame is a 20.5-point favorite against its rival, Navy. There’s been little movement in both the spread and total since the opening line from DraftKings back in May. The Irish welcome transfer quarterback Sam Hartman, who played for five seasons at Wake Forest. He helped lead his prior team to an 11-3 record in 2021, which ties the school mark for wins in a season.

College football Week 0 futures report

Heading into the 2023 college football season, Georgia is the consensus favorite to win the national championship. Other familiar names round out the top four: Alabama, Ohio State, and Michigan.

USC and LSU are right after those schools, and the Trojans also have Caleb Williams as the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. Behind him, top sportsbooks list a number of other quarterbacks, including Texas QB Quinn Ewers and LSU QB Jayden Daniels.