NCAA Football Odds 2019 Week 1

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The 2019 college football season is officially underway following last Saturday's exciting opening slate that saw No. 8 Florida hang on against Miami, and Arizona come up short on the final play of the game against Hawaii later that evening.

While Week 1 has already begun, 2019's first week of the season stretches much longer than seven days, as it comes to an end with No. 9 Notre Dame's battle with Louisville on Monday, Sept. 2 2019. With almost the entirety of the college football world left to debut, here's a look at the odds behind the NCAAF's remaining Week 1 matchups, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

College Football Week 1 Odds

FBS Division I college football Week 1 action resumes this Thursday night, as Cincinnati hosts UCLA at 7 p.m EST, followed by a handful of other AP Top-25 teams in action. Perhaps, the most notable among them are the defending College Football Playoff national champion Clemson Tigers returning to the field as 36-point home favorites over Georgia Tech at 8 p.m. EST.

As for some of the most notable Week 1 odds, the largest spread among all teams in action isn't out of Clemson or Tuscaloosa. In fact, it comes from Birmingham, Alabama, as UAB is currently a 42.5-point favorite over FCS opponent Alabama State.

Houston and No. 4 Oklahoma's matchup on Sunday, Sept. 1 makes for the highest total of Week 1, which is currently set at 82.5 points. Considering this game features the No. 1 and No. 7 scoring offenses in the country from 2018 between Oklahoma (48.4 points per game) and Houston (41.8 PPG), this one could be quite the shootout.

Week 1 Top-25 College Football Matchups & Odds

In rather unorthodox fashion compared to recent years, Week 1 of the 2019 season features only one matchup between two AP Top-25 teams. That lone meeting will see No. 11 Oregon and No. 16 Auburn clash at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Saturday, Aug. 31 at 7:30 p.m. EST.

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