On Saturday, the university season is in full swing. Learn how to watch the biggest games of Week 1, including today's Oregon-Auburn showdown, with information and notes on each of the Top 25 games. We show the best tips of our experts, bets and important things like … a bacon in the US state of Ohio.
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Top 25 Games | The Latest from Week 1
Kentucky honored quarterback Jared Lorenzen, who passed away in July.
Kentucky's band founded a 22 in honor of Jared Lorenzen. pic.twitter.com/WxXPoceltS
– SEC Network (@SECNetwork) August 31, 2019
"OH PORK," it says
We know you skip this In order to read the tweet anyway, I just wanted to enter the words "Ohio Pork Council" and "Bacon Vending Machine".
The Ohio Pork Council invites Buckeye fans to visit the Bacon Vending Machine near section 37A in the south, tomorrow's game against Florida Atlantic, and every home game for the rest of the season. @OhioPork #Bacon https://t.co/6iVvUiJ58P pic.twitter.com/yFuG710EMc
– National HogFarmer (@NHF_Magazine) August 30, 2019] Winner of the game? Check. Scholarship? Check. Eternal school legend? Check.
Solid first game for Nevada kicker Brandon Talton on Friday night. The freshman beat a 56-yarder who had run out of time – the longest winning VG of a freshman kicker after the last 15 seasons – and led the wolf pack to a 34-31 win over Purdue.
– Nevada Football (@NevadaFootball) August 31, 2019
Refreshing shiny objects
Surcharges are of course the latest craze. Let's take a look at some celebrations of the first week.
The state of Mississippi has a new "StarkVegas" chain.
Morehead State remains stable and upright.
Morehead State has a "Turnover Cane"
Oh, how did we miss college football. pic.twitter.com/nXPPS02LWh
– ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) August 30, 2019
Nevada keeps things dry.
– CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) August 31, 2019
When Rutgers # 1 was
Rutgers, who hosted the first college football game (against Princeton on November 6, 1869), wears long-sleeved uniforms as a step backwards.
– The Birthplace (@RFootball) August 29, 2019
The latest: Injury updates and news
Players from Auburn and Oregon beat their matchup in the first week at the AT & T Stadium.
Top 25 games
Here you will find all-day results and snapshots from week 1, sorted by kick-off time; all times ET; Lines courtesy of Caesar's Sportsbook):
Florida Atlantic, Ohio No. 5
And our best line: Florida Atlantic has never defeated an opponent with AP rank, went 0-20 and lost an average of 34 points per game.
Eastern Washington Ranked # 13 Washington
Hours: Pac-12 Network
Direction: No line
And Our Best Leadership: Georgia Transfer Jacob Eason (13 career starts, 16 TDs / 8 INTs) will take over quarterback for Washington after completing Jake Browning.
Duke Vs. # 2 Alabama (in Atlanta)
How to do it: ABC and ESPN App
Direction: Alabama – 33.5
And our best management: The Crimson Tide is set to extend their FBS record 82-game winning Ng streak against unrated opponents.
Idaho at No. 15 Penn State
Time: 3:30 pm
How to watch: Big Ten Network
Line: No Line  And our best line: FPI gives Penn State a 99% chance of winning; Idaho has lost 39 teams in the AP Top 25 directly.
Northwestern at No. 25 Stanford
How to watch: Fox
Line: Stanford -6.5
And our best line: In the past Season Stanford averaged 107.9 rush-yards per game, reaching the 122nd place in the FBS. Northwestern allowed 129.6 rush-yards per game last season, the fourth-to-last of the Big Ten.
No. 22 Syracuse at Liberty
Clock: ESPN + and ESPN App
Direction: Syracuse -18
And our best management: Syracuse is listed since 1998 for the first time in the top 25 of the preseason. Liberty's new head coach, Hugh Freeze, was rushed to the hospital for a staph infection in the fall camp and could miss the game or train from the penalty area instead of on the pitch. 19659004] No. 3 Georgia at Vanderbilt
As it looks like: ESPN and ESPN App
Direction: Georgia -22.5
And Our Best Leader: Jake Fromm threw 30 touchdown passes last season, third highest in the history of Georgia (Aaron Murray had 36 in 2012 and 35 in 2011), but he loses out on his top five receivers last season.
Georgia Southern at No. 6 LSU
Clock: SEC Network and ESPN App
Direction: LSU -27.5  And Our Best Leader: The LSU, who ended 10-3 last season, is the only SEC team to have at least eight starters on offense and on the defensive.
Middle Tennessee at # 7 in Michigan
As can be seen: Big Ten Network
Direction: Michigan -34, 5
And our best leader: First chance to see what Michigan's offense will look like under New coordinator Josh Gattis.
# 11 Oregon Vs. No. 16 Auburn (in Arlington, Texas)
Clock: ABC and ESPN App
Line: Auburn – 4
And our best line: Auburn, who had problems last season, is starting Bo Nix, the first real freshman to start quarterbacking the Tigers since 1946. Oregon returns ten offensive starters, including QB Justin Herbert, the potential No. 1 NFL draft pick next year.
Miami (Ohio) at # 20 in Iowa
Hints and Comments: Fox Sports 1
Line: Iowa -21.5
And our best line: Iowa's defensive end AJ Epenesa had 10.5 sacks last season (most of them tied in the Big Ten), though averaging less than 30 snapshots per game were.
Louisiana Tech Ranked # 10 in Texas
How to watch: Longhorn Network and ESPN App
Line: Texas -19.5  And our best line: Texas has the highest placing in the preseason since the opening No. 5 in 2010. But has to replace six starters on offense and eight on the defensive.
New Mexico State in Washington State No. 23
Line: Washington State -31.5
And our best Line: Washington State has the first eleven-win season in school history behind it. The Cougars have not scored double-digit wins since 2001 through 2003 in successive seasons.
Sunday: Houston at # 4 in Oklahoma
Time: 7:30 pm
This is how it's done: ABC and ESPN App
Wire : Oklahoma -23
And Our Best Leader: Jalen Hurts comes from Alabama to take over the reins of Lincoln Riley's lavish OU offense. Houston's D & # 39; Eriq King was responsible for 50 touchdowns last season, followed by Oklahoma-based Kyler Murray and Ohio's Dwayne Haskins (54 each).
Monday: Notre Dame No. 9 in Louisville
Time: ] 8pm
As you look at it: ESPN and ESPN App
Line: Notre Dame -19
And our best line: Notre Dame with the highest rank before the season since 2006, meets a team from Louisville that went 2-10 before she fired Bobby Petrino and the former Appalachian national coach Hired Scott Satterfield.
# 1 Clemson 52, Georgia Tech 14 (Thursday)
It would be easy enough to criticize Trevor Lawrence's opening performance (2 INTs in 23 tries), but the Tigers are not worried about their long-term QB. Even more encouraging was the performance of the line of defense, which was a legitimate question mark and looked good. She came with two sacks of it and showed some depth that will be needed next week against Kellen Moon and Texas A & M. – David M. Hale
No. 8 Florida 24, Miami 20 (August 24)
The Gators put together one of the sloppier performances to open and season the season lucky enough to beat Miami. The real question, however, is whether this was a product of Week 0 or how we can expect Florida to play as soon as it faces its next FBS opponent. Florida needs to get more consistency from seasoned quarterback Feleipe Franks, improve its running play and cut sales. Defensive, the attack must be better, as well as the security game. – Andrea Adelson
# 12 Texas A & M 41, State of Texas 7 (Thursday)
An appearance with four interceptions was a promising prelude to an Aggie Secondary outside the season was frequently criticized. But the test in Week 2 – against Trevor Lawrence and Clemson – will be much tougher than that in the state of Texas. Kellen's moon looks even better than a year ago, and that's huge. The biggest insulting question from week 1? Consistency and communication on the offensive. That needs to improve as the aggies face the nation's elite. – Sam Khan Jr.
# 14 Utah 30, BYU 12 (Thursday)
It's time to enjoy Utah's USC trip on September 20. The Utes confirmed the pre-season hype for their 30:12 win against rival BYU and have what they should be playing in two easy home games (Northern Illinois and Idaho State) before heading to a location which they manage without victory in eight attempts from 1925. RB Zack Moss has a real shot to hurry the nation. – Kyle Bonagura
# 17 UCF 62, Florida A & M 0 (Thursday)
In the limelight, UCF's quarterbacks faced the FAMU, and they did what against an overmatched one Opponent was expected. Brandon Wimbush and Dillon Gabriel have taken five touchdown passes together, and it would come as no surprise if they continued to split snaps. Of far greater importance, the Knights lost Brandon Moore's corner kick due to a serious leg injury. Moore was injured in the third quarter, the game was good in the hand, and now the Knights have to replace one of their most experienced defensive players. – Adelson
No. 18 Michigan State 28, Tulsa 7 (Friday)
The Spartans' defense did not miss last season and inflicted chaos on Tulsa's offensive from a team in the last 20 seasons. Quarterback Brian Lewerke showed the promise he had made in his second season and made the Spartans a Sleeper team to watch. – Tom VanHaaren
# 19 Wisconsin 49, South Florida 0 (Friday)
The Badgers had an unusual season of injury and bad luck in 2018. But with Jonathan Taylor, who averaged 10.2 meters per touch, the offense with the new quarterback Jack Coan will not be a problem. Taylor's participation in the passing game – a career high of 48 reception halls with two TD receptions – could be a good ply for the offense and will help Coan in his future adjustment. – VanHaaren
# 21 Iowa State 29, South Alabama 26 (3OT)
It's almost a tradition that UNI kills a state-run FBS school. Still, our first look at ISU's offenses in a universe after David Montgomery and after Hakeem Butler was daunting. The Cyclones only made a profit of more than 20 meters and Brock Purdy averaged only 9.3 meters per degree. Big pieces will not be easier to find when Iowa comes to town. – Bill Connelly
# 24 Nebraska 35, South Alabama 21
This was not the "We're Back!" Announcement Nebraska fans were hoping for. The Huskers scored three non-offensive touchdowns in the second half, but all three needed to fend off a US game. The defense was mostly okay, but more was expected from this offensive than two touchdowns and 4.2 yards per game against one of the worst defenses in FBS last year. Before the trip to Colorado in the next week, many fine-tuning needs to be done. – Connelly