It is college football season’s first Saturday, and FanDuel is offering betting markets on many FBS football games today. FanDuel Sportsbook is also offering bonuses with its newest FanDuel promo code link.
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Preview of Week 1 CFB games on FanDuel
FanDuel will be covering the biggest betting markets this college football Saturday, with an array of wagers available to its users.
Utah vs. Florida
Utah is a three-point favorite in this Week 1 matchup. The big thing on everyone’s mind heading into this is how Florida will do under new head coach Billy Napier. The Gators struggled last season, but new additions to the coaching staff could help propel them to a win this week at home. Meanwhile, Utah, the defending Pac-12 champion, will be on the road battling a time change and humid weather, but with edges elsewhere.
Notre Dame vs. Ohio State
Ohio State is a 17.5-point favorite against Notre Dame this week. The Buckeyes have a new defensive coordinator, and whichever new quarterback Notre Dame decides to start could face a tough task. Though Ohio State is a favorite by more than two touchdowns, this game will likely be more about what it does on defense than on offense.
Oregon vs. Georgia
Georgia is a 17-point favorite over Oregon in this week’s game, with the former Georgia defensive coordinator taking the Ducks to Atlanta as their new head coach. Georgia is coming off a national championship win followed by sending 15 of its players to the NFL, but the program was able to reload with weapons on both sides of the ball. Meanwhile, Auburn transfer Bo Nix will likely start against Georgia, which should help Oregon amid the coaching staff changes.