College Football Kickoff – Betting Opening Weekend 2021
The college football season has arrived, and “Week 0” includes 5 games. As you evaluate the match-ups, including Week 1’s full slate next week, understand there have been some significant line and totals moves ahead of college football kickoff since the games and odds were released months ago.
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Hawaii at UCLA – College Football Kickoff
This college football kickoff non-conference game on the West Coast at the Rose Bowl is Saturday, Aug. 28 at 3:30 p.m. ET and 12:30 local PT in Los Angeles.
You can read some of my analysis of Hawaii at UCLA at Offshore Gaming Association, and note both the current betting line and total have moved.
Hawaii returns all 11 starters on defense to an improved unit, and UCLA has 10 back on defense. There are clearly offensive weapons, especially on UCLA and their talented quarterback. A significant edge for the Bruins as well along the offensive line (all 5 return) against the Rainbow Warriors weakness along the defensive line.
The situational aspect of this game is noteworthy, as UCLA hosts LSU next week. Along with improved strength of both teams defenses. we can’t image coach Kelly showing all his cards and plays on offense.
Play: UNDER 68