As outlined in incredible detail on ESPN1530's Cincy 3:60...
North Carolina -12.5 over Georgia Tech
Nebraska +5 over Michigan State
Army -8 over Miami.
Louisville -2.5 over Florida State
Wyoming -29.5 over UConn. Yes, UConn still has a football program.
Notre Dame +6.5 over Wisconsin
UTSA +3 over Memphis
Kentucky -4.5 over South Carolina
Texas A&M -5 over Arkansas
Western Kentucky moneyline +280 over Indiana
Tennessee -5 over Indianapolis
Jacksonville +7.5 over Arizona
Miami +4 over Las Vegas
Cleveland -7 over Chicago
Tampa Bay -1 over LA Rams
Teaser: Buffalo -1.5 in 6-point teaser with Arizona -1.5
Prop: Justin Herbert over 295.5 passing yards v. Kansas City
I may add to this list on Sunday morning...
Bengals/Steelers is a very hard stay-away for me. The offense I watched in Chicago isn't winning in Pittsburgh, but even without Tee Higgins, I don't think we see exactly the same offense. At the same time, there are pass protection issues, a formidable Pittsburgh defense, and the ghosts of Heinz Field debacles of the past looming over this game.
And quite frankly, I don't trust Zac Taylor in this spot.
As down as I am on the Steelers and as encouraged as I've been about the defense, I can see the Bengals covering and winning, but LOTN is about gambling, and there's no chance I'd put money on this game unless I can get something live.
2021 College Football ATS: 13-7
2021 College Football ATS: 6-4