2012 College Football Week 2 Lines – NCAA Football Week Two Lines

Last Updated: September 6th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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Central Florida KnightsThe 2012 college football betting campaign is officially more than a week old, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are going to be keeping tabs on the Week 2 schedule, chock full of all of our Week 2 CFB picks and an NCAA football odds analysis.

The week begins on Thursday in the Big East with the first game of the year for the Cincinnati Bearcats. They have some high hopes that this will be a year in which they can get back to the BCS. However, the team that they are playing against, the Pitt Panthers, know that they badly need to make a comeback after getting embarrassed by Youngstown State last week in the home opener. Needless to say, it wasn’t the opener that Head Coach Paul Chryst thought that he was getting into. The Bearcats probably wouldn’t have been favored by all that much had this game been played last week, but after watching U-Pitt get trashed by an FCS team, UC is getting the nod by 3.5 points.

On Friday, it’s off to the Beehive State, where the Utah Utes and the Utah State Aggies are going to square off with one another. Both teams were able to beat FCS opponents last week, but we really probably didn’t learn all that much from those games. What we do know is that the Aggies haven’t won a game in this series in a dozen tries, and that is a streak that they will hope to end when they host the Utes in what might be the closest game that these two have played in years. Utah State is going to be hyped for this one on national television, and it is only an underdog by a touchdown.

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Saturday’s college football schedule really doesn’t have all that much in the way of featured games. There isn’t a game on the docket in which two teams that started hte season ranked in the Top 25 are going to be playing each other, and that isn’t likely to change when the new rankings come out. Maybe the marquee game pits the Florida Gators against the Texas A&M Aggies in the first game for the Aggies in the SEC. A&M had its game cancelled against Louisiana Tech last week, while the Gators really didn’t look all that sharp against the Bowling Green Falcons. QB Jeff Driskel has been named the starting quarterback for the Gators, but it isn’t impressing the oddsmakers. Texas A&M, in its first game with a new head coach (Kevin Sumlin) and a new quarterback (Johnny Manziel) is favored by 1.5 points.

This is also the week for the first SEC game for the Missouri Tigers. The Tigers probably have the toughest transition into a new conference in the country, but at least they get their first SEC game in Columbia. It’ll be a tough task as well for the Georgia Bulldogs, who are amped up and ready to go, ranked in the Top 10 in the nation. Head Coach Mark Richt and the crew are thinking about a National Championship this year, but they are only laying 3.5 on the road in this one.

One of the top mid major teams in the nation this year, the UCF Knights are going to have a chance to put themselves on the map when they go into the Horseshoe to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes. Both of these teams looked awfully impressive in their openers, but this is going to be a better litmus test for both than what we saw last week when Ohio State trounced the Miami Redhawks and UCF beat up the Akron Zips. Many think that this could be a game in which the Bucks are on upse alert, but the college football odds suggest differently. UCF is getting 17.5 points.

That’s really the theme this coming Saturday, though. There are currently 43 games on the board for this coming week. Of those games, 14 feature college football spreads of at least 21 points, whereas just 15 games have point spreads of seven points or fewer.

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There definitely are some storylines to watch, though. The Alabama Crimson Tide are laying 40 againts the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers in what amounts to be the biggest point spread of the week between two FBS teams. Of course, the biggest favorite is going to be the Florida State Seminoles against the Savannah State Tigers. The FCS reps were smashed 84-0 by the Oklahoma State Cowboys last week, and the Big XII reps opened up as 67.5 point favorites. Florida State will likely be the biggest favorite that we have ever seen in college football when this line comes out over the weekend.

Meanwhile in Evanston, both the Vanderbilt Commodores and the Northwestern Wildcats are going to be hoping to build off of positive starts to their seasons. The ‘Dores were beaten in a gritty game on opening night against the South Carolina Gamecocks, but the Wildcats won the game of the week after figuring out how to take care of the Syracuse Orange at the Carrier Dome after blowing a huge lead. Vanderbilt is laying a field goal, but you can bet that there will be bowl mania at Ryan Field, as the Wildcats are a bowl hungry team, and the crowd has to be excited with what QB Kain Colter is bringing to the table.

The Texas State Bobcats are going to be playing their first game at home in their FBS history, and they have a lot to be thrilled about. They were able to go on the road and beat the Houston Cougars last week as humongous underdogs, and this week, they are catching 17.5 at home against the Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Other notable games on the Week 2 college football schedule… LSU is laying 23.5 to Washington… Oregon State is going to have its work cut out for it playing against Wisconsin at Reser Stadium, where the hosts are catching 7.5 points… Notre Dame, fresh off of its romp of Navy, gets to come home, where it is laying 14.5 to Purdue… Massachusetts will be playing its first home game since becoming an FBS team this weekend, and it gets as easy of a draw as it could ask against an Indiana team that hasn’t beaten many FBS teams over the course of the last few seasons. The Minutemen are still 13.5 point underdogs, though.

2012 NCAA Football Week 2 Odds @ 5Dimes Sportsbook (as of 9/6/12):
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Week 2 Betting Lines for Thursday, 9/6/12

301 Pittsburgh Panthers +5.5
302 Cincinnati Bearcats -5.5
Over/Under 49

Lines for Week 2 for Friday, 9/7/12

303 Utah Utes -8
304 Utah State Aggies +8
Over/Under 52.5

Week 2 Odds for Saturday, 9/8/12

305 Penn State Nittany Lions +10
306 Virginia Cavaliers -10
Over/Under 45

307 Indiana Hoosiers -14
308 Massachusetts Minutemen +14
Over/Under 49

309 Air Force Falcons +21.5
310 Michigan Wolverines -21.5
Over/Under 60.5

311 New Mexico State Aggies +21.5
312 Ohio Bobcats -21.5
Over/Under 58.5

313 Kent State Golden Flashes +7
314 Kentucky Wildcats -7
Over/Under 44

315 UCF Knights +18
316 Ohio State Buckeyes -18
Over/Under 50.5

317 Idaho Vandals +16.5
318 Bowling Green Falcons -16.5
Over/Under 50

319 Ball State Cardinals +27.5
320 Clemson Tigers -27.5
Over/Under 65.5

321 Rice Owls +10
322 Kansas Jayhawks -10
Over/Under 62

323 Toledo Rockets +3
324 Wyoming Cowboys -3
Over/Under 57.5

325 North Carolina Tar Heels -10.5
326 Wake Forest Demon Deacons +10.5
Over/Under 54

327 Georgia Bulldogs -2.5
328 Missouri Tigers +2.5
Over/Under 54.5

329 Miami Hurricanes +7
330 Kansas State Wildcats -7
Over/Under 56

331 Michigan State Spartans -20
332 Central Michigan Chippewas +20
Over/Under 48

333 USC Trojans -26
334 Syracuse Orange +26
Over/Under 62.5

335 Purdue Boilermakers +14
336 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -14
Over/Under 52

337 South Florida Bulls +2
338 Nevada Wolf Pack -2
Over/Under 54.5

339 Wisconsin Badgers -7
340 Oregon State Beavers +7
Over/Under 51.5

341 Fresno State Bulldogs +35
342 Oregon Ducks -35
Over/Under 77.5

343 East Carolina Pirates +21
344 South Carolina Gamecocks -21
Over/Under OTB

345 Iowa State Cyclones +4.5
346 Iowa Hawkeyes -4.5
Over/Under 48.5

347 Washington Huskies +24
348 LSU Tigers -24
Over/Under 53

349 UTEP Miners +7.5
350 Ole Miss Rebels -7.5
Over/Under 56

351 Auburn Tigers +3
352 Mississippi State Bulldogs -3
Over/Under 47

353 Texas Tech Red Raiders -18
354 Texas State Bobcats +18
Over/Under 60.5

355 Maryland Terrapins +10
356 Temple Owls -10
Over/Under 45.5

357 New Mexico Lobos +38
358 Texas Longhorns -38
Over/Under 52

359 Florida Gators +1.5
360 Texas A&M Aggies -1.5
Over/Under 50

361 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs -3.5
362 Houston Cougars +3.5
Over/Under 60.5

363 Nebraska Cornhuskers -6
364 UCLA Bruins +6
Over/Under 60.5

365 Army Black Knights +6
366 San Diego State Aztecs -6
Over/Under 50

367 North Carolina State Wolfpack -4.5
368 Connecticut Huskies +4.5
Over/Under 48.5

369 Tulane Green Wave +25.5
370 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -25.5
Over/Under 56.5

371 Vanderbilt Commodores -3.5
372 Northwestern Wildcats +3.5
Over/Under 54.5

373 Duke Blue Devils +15
374 Stanford Cardinal -15
Over/Under 57

375 Oklahoma State Cowboys -10
376 Arizona Wildcats +10
Over/Under 69.5

377 Illinois Fighting Illini +3.5
378 Arizona State Sun Devils -3.5
Over/Under 48.5

379 Akron Zips +24
380 Florida International Golden Panthers -24
Over/Under 54

381 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +3
382 Troy Trojans -3
Over/Under 62

383 Florida Atlantic Owls +9.5
384 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -9.5
Over/Under 47.5

385 Memphis Tigers +23
386 Arkansas State Red Wolves -23
Over/Under 59.5

387 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +30.5
388 Arkansas Razorbacks -30.5
Over/Under 60.5

389 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +39
390 Alabama Crimson Tide -39
Over/Under 54

101 New Hampshire Wildcats +12.5
102 Minnesota Golden Gophers -12.5

103 Southern Illinois Salukis +18.5
104 Miami Redhawks -18.5

105 Maine Black Bears +20.5
106 Boston College Eagles -20.5

107 Austin Peay Governors +49
108 Virginia Tech Hokies -49

109 North Dakota State Bison +3.5
110 Colorado State Rams -3.5

111 Southern Utah Thunderbirds +29.5
112 California Golden Bears -29.5

113 Weber State Wildcats +38.5
114 BYU Cougars -38.5

115 Cal State Sacramento Hornets +21.5
116 Colorado Buffaloes -21.5

117 Missouri State Bears +28.5
118 Louisville Cardinals -28.5

119 Eastern Washington Eagles +11.5
120 Washington State Cougars -11.5

121 Howard Bison +45
122 Rutgers Scarlet Knights -45

123 Savannah State Tigers +64
124 Florida State Seminoles -64

125 Morgan State Bears +28.5
126 Buffalo Bulls -28.5

127 Western Carolina Catamounts +29
128 Marshall Thundering Herd -29

129 Nicholls State Colonels +17
130 South Alabama Jaguars -17

131 Presbyterian Blue Hose +39.5
132 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -39.5

133 Texas Southern Tigers +38
134 North Texas Mean Green -38

135 Eastern Illinois Panthers +24
136 Western Michigan Broncos -24

137 Tennessee Martin Skyhawks +26
138 Northern Illinois Huskies -26

139 Florida A&M Rattlers +51.5
140 Oklahoma Sooners -51.5

141 Georgia State Panthers +49.5
142 Tennessee Volunteers -49.5

143 Illinois State Redbirds +3.5
144 Eastern Michigan Eagles -3.5

145 Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks +17.5
146 SMU Mustangs -17.5

147 Grambling Tigers +53
148 TCU Horned Frigs -53

149 UC Davis Aggies +20.5
150 San Jose State Spartans -20.5

151 Northern Arizona Lumberjacks +13.5
152 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels -13.5

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