College Football Week 1 Point Spreads Posted at 5Dimes

By Adam Kramer   Apr. 24, 2014

We have point spreads. I REPEAT: WE HAVE POINT SPREADS.

The offshore online book, 5Dimes.eu, has released a handful of key point spreads for Week 1 of the college football season. We’re not there just yet, but by golly, we’re getting closer.

A few brief thoughts:

-That Florida State line is going to move. If you like FSU, grab it now.

-OSU vs. Navy feels… small? This jumped out more than any other.

-A&M-South Carolina is large, but given losses, probably right where it needs to be.

-I’ll take Utah State, thanks.

As for what these numbers mean – and we’ll be getting into them deeper soon enough, because there really isn’t much else to do – here they are. Now, let’s all try to remain calm and- JUST KIDDING, RUN, KNOCK EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING OVER IN YOUR WAY.

 

Wake Forest (-7.5) at UL Monroe

Mississippi (-8.5) vs Boise State (Atlanta)

Texas A&M vs South Carolina (-9)

Temple at Vanderbilt (-21)

BYU (-14) AT Connecticut

UTSA at Houston (-9.5)

UNLV at Arizona (-25.5)

Colorado State (pick ‘em) at Colorado (Denver)

Bowling Green (-6.5) vs. Western Kentucky

Penn State (-1) vs. Central Florida (Dublin)

Ohio State (-15.5) at Navy

Rice at Notre Dame (-21)

West Virginia at Alabama (-23.5)

Washington (-21.5) at Hawaii

Oklahoma State at Florida State (-13.5)

LSU (-3) vs. Wisconsin (Houston)

Utah State vs Tennessee (-6.5)

Miami at Louisville (-3.5)

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    4. Chris
      4/25/14

      I’ll take A&M, these guys sound like idiots. South Carolina lost more starters than A&M. A&M adds the top high school QB (Kyle Allen) in the country or the top QB in Texas from a year earlier (Kenny Hill). They arguably add the best player in the country on defense (Myles Garrett). They also add the top two athletes in the country over the last two signing classes to their offense (Ricky Seals-Jones and Speedy Noil). They may be returning the most starters in the SEC.

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