2023 College Football Key Trends for Week 0

2023 College Football Key Trends for Week 0

We have opening week in college football starting on Saturday. They call it “Week 0” before the big schedule starts the following week. We have the key trends for all the games. Be careful with trends, because they can be helpful in handicapping but teams change players, systems and coaches every season.

Navy vs. Notre Dame (from Dublin, Ireland)

*This game has gone under in 9 of the last 12 games.

*Navy has gone over in 6 of their last 8 games.

*ND has gone over in seven straight games.

UTEP vs. Jacksonville State

*Jacksonville State is 4-19 SU in its last 23 games

*UTEP has gone over in six straight games.

*UTEP is 4-1 Over their last 5 on the road.

UMass at New Mexico State:

*New Mexico State is 6-1 ATS and SU over their last 7 games.

*UMass is 7-3 Under their last 10 games.

*UMass is 4-1 Under their last 5 on the road.

Ohio at San Diego State

*Ohio is 8-1-1 ATS their last 10 games.

*San Diego State is 5-2 Under their last 7 at home.

Hawaii at Vanderbilt

*Hawaii is 0-4 Under in their first half total the last four road games.

*Hawaii is 7-1 ATS last 8 games.

*Hawaii is 6-2 ATS last 8 as a DD underdog.

*Hawaii is 6-2 Under their last 8 games.

*Vandy is 9-3 Over their last 12 games.

*Vandy is 5-1 Under their last 6 games.

San Jose State at Southern California

*USC is 5-0 Over their last 5 games and 10 of 13.

*USC is 4-8 ATS their last 12 season openers.

*San Jose State is 0-7 ATS their last 7 games.

FIU at Louisiana Tech

*LA Tech is 16-6 Over their last 22 games.

*LA Tech is 5-0 Over their last 5 at home.

*LA Tech is 5-0 ATS last 5 at home.

*FIU is 4-1 Over their last 5.

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