Breaking News: College Football Opening Week Odds Unleashed to Betting Public

We’re two months away from the start of the 2021 college football season, but lines for Week 0 and Week 1 hit the board today. 

SportsBetting sportsbook set spreads for the first 50 games of the season involving FBS matchups. You can find the complete list of opening odds below.

Odds will fluctuate until kickoff and current lines can be found at SportsBetting sportsbook

Saturday, August 28

Nebraska at Illinois (+9)

Hawaii at UCLA (-10.5)

UTEP at New Mexico State (+10)

UConn at Fresno State (-27)

Thursday, September 2

Temple at Rutgers (-11.5)

Boise State at UCF (-3.5)

East Carolina at Appalachian State (-13.5)

USF at NC State (-16.5)

Bowling Green at Tennessee (-27)

Ohio State at Minnesota (+14)

Friday, September 3

North Carolina at Virginia Tech (+6)

Old Dominion at Wake Forest (-35)

Duke at Charlotte (+7.5)

Michigan State at Northwestern (-7)

Saturday, September 4

Western Michigan at Michigan (-14.5)

Army at Georgia State (-4)

Stanford at Kansas State (-2)

UL Monroe at Kentucky (-27.5)

Oklahoma at Tulane (+21)

Penn State at Wisconsin (-4)

Rice at Arkansas (-23)

Fresno State at Oregon (-20.5)

West Virginia at Maryland (+4.5)

Indiana at Iowa (-4.5)

Miami Ohio at Cincinnati (-19)

Marshall at Navy (+3.5)

Alabama at Miami (+18)

UMass at Pittsburgh (-36)

Central Michigan at Missouri (-11)

Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State (-29)

UL Lafayette at Texas (-14.5)

San Jose State at USC (-17)

Oregon State at Purdue (-7.5)

Texas Tech at Houston (+7)

Baylor at Texas State (+10)

Syracuse at Ohio (PK)

Akron at Auburn (-34.5)

UTSA at Illinois (-7)

Florida Atlantic at Florida (-24)

Northern Illinois at Georgia Tech (-13.5)

Georgia at Clemson (-3.5)

Southern Miss at South Alabama (PK)

Kent State at Texas A&M (-29)

LSU at UCLA (+5)

BYU at Arizona (+10)

Nevada at Cal (-2)

New Mexico State at SDSU (-28.5)

Utah State at Washington State (-11.5)

Sunday, September 5

Notre Dame at Florida State (+9.5)

Monday, September 6

Louisville at Ole Miss (-7) will have more powerful data than ever to ensure another massive betting season. 

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