Scott Hastings’ Best CFB Bets – August 31, 2019

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The complete slate of college football matches on a Saturday is upon us and it seems like the smell of cut grass. You seeing over 50 matches and may be looking at your book, becoming overwhelmed and heading back into bed. But, I’ve made picks on five games which may??allow it to be a bit easier for you.
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This line was moving down all week that has left me a happy person. I was anticipating some motion in the other direction after the devastating injury to Alabama center linebacker Dylan Moses, who’s basically the defense’s quarterback. Meanwhile, running springs Najee Harris and Brian Robinson will likely be frozen for the first half of the game, although that will detour individuals, this intrigues me as I’m sure coach Nick Saban may want some full-team reps with Tua Tagovailoa at the second half enabling more chances to rack up the score.
Alabama averaged 45.6 points a game last year and together using the Tagovailoa/Jerry Jeudy link, I anticipate another offensive juggernaut in 2019, while the lack of Moses on the defensive side of the ball could make some openings early on which Duke may have the ability to exploit and find some offense to help the OVER.
The Texas Longhorns have dropped to teams and that has scared me away from financing them. That being said, I have a whole great deal of confidence in the Longhorns’ offense and quarterback Sam Ehlinger’s continued development. Texas’ offense ought to be able to flex its muscles from an LA Tech team which must replace its defensive line and has a coordinator.
Meanwhile, it takes two to tango and much like the Bulldogs’ defensive line that is revamped , the Longhorns have a new-look defense after finding success. There are just eight starters out of 2018 who are not on the team this season, so there’ll be some growing pains with this youthful gifted defense and victory should be found by LA Tech’s veteran offense.
I have been a small bullish on Michigan heading to this 2019 season coming from an Ohio State fan. This is the fifth season with the Wolverines excuses of Jim Harbaugh, that is the group that you have assembled and I believe they get the year started off with a bang. Last season, Michigan had four wins of 35 points or more and also have an experienced veteran team heading into 2019.
The Blue Raiders played with one ranked squad last year, Week 3 at Georgia, and was swarmed 49-7. Josh Gattis is the offensive coordinator for the Wolverines and should spark some life into what appeared to be a small stale crime at times last year. Michigan will be one of the very best schools in the nation and winning from longer or 35 in Week 1 shouldn’t come as any surprise.
The biggest game of college football’s Week 1 program has a pair of ranked teams. There’s a whole lot of hype Oregon and its own quarterback Justin Herbert rightfully so, and heading into 2019. The senior threw for over 3,000 yards with 29 touchdowns and eight interceptions last year, as his Ducks finished 9-4, including a triumph over Michigan State in the Redbox Bowl.
But freshman Bo Nix is not able to flip heads for Auburn. The previous two true freshmen to start to get a Power Five group both went onto win the championship in Trevor Lawrence at 2019 and Tua Tagovailoa in 2018 , today I’m not stating Auburn will win the titlethat Nix isn’t any joke. Furthermore there has been seven matchups with ranked teams along with the home team is 5-2 SU and ATS in those games. The Pac-12 as a street group vs the SEC has not had a win because 2009 and is 6-13 SU 8-10-1 ATS total since 2008.
I had to have one underdog on the list and I’m taking a look at the West Coast for this one. The Huskies are currently bringing in Eastern Washington for its first evaluation in an FCS group and the line reveals the disparity between the schools. I think this is a lineup good enough to jump with??the Eagles coming off a solid showing in 2018.
Eastern Washington had the offense in the FCS and seemed at the FCS domestic championship match, but lost to North Dakota State. They have eight starters along with the program previously has proved to be hard against Washington. The Huskies have a quarterback , new running and total had to replace nine novices. Washington ranked 88th in offense last year and may stumble out of the gate mixed with the??high-octane crime of the Eagles and that’s why I am backing Eastern Washington.

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