In the last 2 seasons, totals of 64 or more in Week 1 have gone under in 20 of 25 games. Games to watch: W Kentucky vs. S Florida (70), S Methodist vs. LA Tech (67), USC vs. Nevada (67), UCLA vs. Coastal Car (66), USC vs. San Jose St (65.5), N Carolina vs. S Carolina (64).
Utah has won 26 of their last 27 home games when they are favored. They are 4.5-point favorites against Florida on Friday.
Ohio State and Indiana have hit the over in their last 6 matchups against each other.
New Mexico is 1-5 against the spread when playing ranked teams in the past five seasons. They are 38-point underdogs against #23 Texas A&M.
Purdue has hit the over in 8 of their last 11 home games,
Virginia has hit the over in 9 of their last 12 games against ranked opponents. They take on a ranked Tennessee team that has hit the over in 7 of their last 10 non-conference games.
Boise State and Washington have played 5 times in this millennium, and 4 of those games went under the point total. Additionally, Boise has hit the under in 8 of their last 9 games against ranked opponents, dating back to 2018. However, Washington has covered the spread in all 5 matchups against Boise.
Georgia Tech is just 4-14 against the spread in non-conference games since 2018.
Rice has hit the over in 16 of their last 18 non-conference games. The current total is 58.5 against Texas this weekend.
Central Michigan has covered the spread against Michigan State in East Lansing in 5 of the last 6 matchups.
Temple has beat Akron AND covered the spread in each of their last 6 matchups against each other.
UMass was one of the best teams against the spread in the first quarter last season, going 10-2 against opponents. They are currently 9.5-point 1Q underdogs against Auburn.