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East Carolina vs. Michigan

Vaughn Dalzell breaks down his Week 2 college football betting map, including UNLV, USC and Notre Dame, along with links to each NBC Sports College Football Betting Questions and Answers.

UNLV at Michigan (-37.5): O/U 57.5

Michigan was on cruise control in a Week 1 win over East Carolina (30-3) and nothing makes me think they won’t be in Week 2.

UNLV’s offense will struggle, and although they put up 44 points last week, that was against the FCS Bryant Bulldogs!

UNLV managed 10 points or fewer against San Jose State, Air Force and San Diego State last season, and Michigan’s home defense is much more elite than those three.

The Wolverines have yet to allow a touchdown and that streak could continue. Give me the under-9.5 for the UNLV Running Rebels at -113 odds.

I also played it at 10.5, which was too high. This will close at 7.5pm.

Choose: UNLV team overall under 9.5 (1.5u)
*Odds provided by BetMGM

Notre Dame (-7.5) at NC State: O/U 50.5

NC State wasn’t particularly impressive in Week 1, defeating UConn 24-14, so this Notre Dame team will be a real test.

The Wolfpack’s defense will face Sam Hartman, who has the second-best QBR in all of college football (97.1) and six touchdowns to zero interceptions. NC State’s starting safety Rakeim Ashford is out, so Hartman will have a better matchup than expected.

Notre Dame has allowed a total of six points to Navy and Tennessee State, so of course it will be a closer contest, but I think the Irish can stay behind Hartman and their defense by double digits.

Hartman is 1-2 against NC State in his career as a member of Wake Forest. However, Wake Forest’s defense allowed 42, 42 and 45 points in those three games, which won’t happen to Notre Dame.

Hartman had six touchdowns and six interceptions with 923 yards on 131 pass attempts (43.6 per game)! The Irish QB finally has a defense behind him, so I’ll ride Notre Dame again.

I played the Irishman with the spread at -7 (-110) and would rather buy back to the key number than play -7.5.

Choose: Notre Dame -7 (1u)
*Odds provided by BetMGM

Stanford at USC (-29.5): O/U 69.5

USC’s offense might be the best in the country, and after 56 and 66 points against San Jose State and Nevada, respectively, it’s hard to argue with that.

Last season, USC beat Stanford 41-28, and this year it would be even worse. Stanford defeated Hawaii 37-24, but allowed the Rainbow Warriors to throw for 355 yards and three touchdowns. Caleb Williams entered the chat.

USC’s team total is 49.5, which is a number they could reach, but I think the Trojans can have more than 30 points and lead by more than two points at the half. Both are good bets, but I placed USC -29.5 at odds of -105 for half a unit.

We may get a better number live, which is the main reason it’s not a 1 unit bet.

Choose: USC -29.5 (0.5u)
*Odds provided by BetMGM

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