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Week 1: Seminoles vs Cowboys Lines

College Football Week 1 betting action sees the #1 Florida State Seminoles flying to Texas to take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys on Aug. 30, at AT&T Stadium (Jerry World) – in Arlington, Texas. Cappers Picks provides free College football handicapping tips all season long.

Top-ranked Florida State begins its 2014 national title defense with a tough test against Oklahoma State at AT&T Stadium, in Arlington, Texas on Saturday night.

NCAA Football Spreads

When: Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014, at 8 p.m. EST
Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
TV: ABC
College Football LINE: -17.5 (Oklahoma State)
College Football O/U 63
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Oklahoma State

The Cowboys (10-3) are entering a rebuilding year, with only six of their players having more than 10 career starts, and only one thing stands between them and a shot at a Big 12 title — the play of quarterback J.W. Walsh.

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Walsh has stated in only eight games for the Pokes, but could be poised for a breakout season after passing for 22 touchdowns and rushing for 10 in 2013.

The Cowboys have been picked to finish fifth in the conference and it’s probably because they have an inconsistent rushing attack. However, the team’s offensive strength lies in its receiving corps, with a trio of players who are very capable at hauling a huge amount of passes.

And while the Pokes only four defensive starters, they didn’t stop them from winning.

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Florida State

The Seminoles (2013: 14-0) return 15 starters from last year’s championship squad, including Heisman Trophy winner, quarterback Jameis Winston who passed for over 4,000 yards, completed 66 percent of his passes, including 40 for touchdowns in 2013.

Defensively, Florida State returns six starters, and are overall an experienced group that has plenty of depth to keep bodies on the field throughout the game.

They are led by new defensive coordinator Charles Kelly, who will only improve a unit that is especially strong against the pass.

Finally, the Seminoles are very good on special teams with the return of record-breaking kicker Roberto Aguayo and return specialist Kermit Whitfield.

College football gambling trends

  • Under is 14-5 in FSU last 19 non-conference games.
  • Over is 10-4 in FSU last 14 games overall.
  • Over is 7-2 in OKST last 9 non-conference games.
  • OKST are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games overall.

Week 1 NCAA Football Spread Prediction

Florida State’s has win a 16-game winning streak going that dates back to the 2012 season, and with a retooled defense, could be on their way to another national championship showing.

And it all begins with a big win over the Cowboys on Saturday.

Score Prediction: Florida State 40, Oklahoma State 24

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