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College Football Week 2 Odds

Nearly half of the FBS teams take on an FCS opponent in Week 2, but there are still several fantastic games that will pit top teams against one another in mid-September. The two premier games are Texas-LSU and Ohio State-Oregon, and these two games will be unique in that they are scheduled to be played on campus instead of at a neutral site. We’ve seen major teams opt for neutral site games for financial reasons in recent years, so it’s refreshing to see these games being played in more raucous environments.

College Football Week 2 Schedule

College Football Friday, September 11, 2020

Western Michigan at Cincinnati | TBD

Appalachian State at Wake Forest | TBD

College Football Saturday, September 12, 2020

Ohio at Boston College | TBD

Louisville at Clemson | TBD

The Cardinals have yet to knock off the Tigers, as they are 0-6 against Clemson since these programs first met in 2014. Clemson has outscored Louisville by a combined margin of 169-47 over the last three meetings, but Scott Satterfield turned this program around faster than anyone believed possible in his first season last year. Louisville stands to be Clemson’s toughest challenge in the ACC Atlantic.

Samford at Florida State | TBD

Gardner-Webb at Georgia Tech | TBD

Elon at Duke | TBD

Wagner at Miami | TBD

Norfolk State at Charlotte | TBD

Stony Brook at Florida Atlantic | TBD


VMI at Virginia | TBD

Bethune-Cookman at South Florida | TBD

Idaho at Temple | TBD

Pittsburgh at Marshall | TBD

Hampton at Old Dominion | TBD

Kentucky at Florida | TBD

Arkansas at Notre Dame | 2:30pm

East Tennessee State at Georgia | TBD

Lafayette at Navy | TBD

North Carolina A&T at Liberty | TBD

Troy at UMass | TBD

Campbell at Georgia Southern | TBD

Mississippi State at NC State | TBD

East Carolina at South Carolina | TBD

Grambling at South Alabama | TBD

Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss | TBD

Indiana State at Middle Tennessee | TBD

Alabama A&M at UAB | TBD

Auburn vs. North Carolina | TBD

These two programs haven’t met since 2001, but they will meet in Atlanta this week. Auburn is likely to be favored given what we’ve seen from them in these early season games under Gus Malzahn, but North Carolina isn’t a pushover with Sam Howell under center.

Coastal Carolina at Eastern Michigan | TBD

Kennesaw State at Kent State | TBD

St Francis (PA) at Buffalo | TBD

Robert Morris at Bowling Green | TBD

Northern Illinois at Maryland | TBD

Syracuse at Rutgers | TBD

Penn State at Virginia Tech | TBD

Eastern Kentucky at West Virginia | TBD

UConn at Illinois | TBD

Western Kentucky at Indiana | TBD

Ball State at Michigan | TBD

Southern Illinois at Wisconsin | TBD

Tennessee Tech at Minnesota | TBD

Memphis at Purdue | TBD

Central Michigan at Nebraska | TBD

Tulane at Northwestern | TBD

Southeast Missouri State at Ole Miss | TBD

Vanderbilt at Missouri | TBD

Tennessee at Oklahoma | TBD

Army at Rice | TBD

UTSA at Texas State | TBD

North Texas at Texas A&M | TBD

Wyoming at Louisiana-Lafayette | TBD

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Texas at LSU | TBD

This was Joe Burrow’s coming out party last year. Sam Ehlinger received more of the attention coming into this game, as he was seen as a dark horse Heisman contender, but instead Burrow led the Tigers to a thrilling 45-38 victory in Austin. Ehlinger would love to return the favor and lead the Longhorns to a win in Baton Rouge, and Texas might be favored per the CFB betting odds given the losses LSU sustained in the offseason.

San Diego State at Toledo | TBD

Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Miami (OH) | TBD

Georgia State at Alabama | TBD

Howard at Arkansas State | TBD

Kansas at Baylor | TBD

Iowa State at Iowa | TBD

This rivalry game is the best early season rivalry game in college football. The Hawkeye State works itself into a frenzy when its two FBS programs meet in September, and the games have given fans plenty of enjoyment due to their strange nature. While the unofficial nickname for this rivalry isn’t PC, it is quite fitting if you’ve seen the history between the Cyclones and Hawkeyes.

North Dakota at Kansas State | TBD

Tulsa at Oklahoma State | TBD

Stephen F. Austin at SMU | TBD

Prairie View A&M at TCU | TBD

Alabama State at Texas Tech | TBD

Boise State at Air Force | TBD

Southern Utah at Utah State | TBD

Michigan State at BYU | TBD

Fresno State at Colorado | TBD

Montana State at Utah | TBD

Akron at New Mexico State | TBD

Stanford at Arizona | TBD

Arizona State at UNLV | TBD

UTEP at Nevada | TBD

New Mexico at USC | TBD

UC Davis at San Jose State | TBD

Cal Poly at California | TBD

Ohio State at Oregon | TBD

The Buckeyes are one of the favorites to win it all coming into the 2020 season, and Justin Fields is the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy by the CFB futures odds. Ohio State may have lost Chase Young, Jeff Okudah, and J.K. Dobbins, but this program is talented enough to just reload. Oregon has a lot of talent on its roster too, but the loss of Justin Herbert might be too much to overcome early in the season.

Colorado State at Oregon State | TBD

Sacramento State at Washington | TBD

Houston at Washington State | TBD

Fordham at Hawaii | TBD

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