Are Ranked Teams Locks vs Unranked Teams in Week 1?

With the opening week of college football in full swing, a lot of men and women appear to help them money in and are currently interested in guarantee bets. In football betting typically, you wager on spreads rather than moneylines as the moneyline isn’t released by some book if there’s a large disparity between teams or if they do, the chances are astronomical rather than worth the bet. On accepting a seven or more even eight-team spread parlays on teams that are rated, I am here to shed a tale.
Heading into the weekend, there have been teams in action and they’ve gone 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS, at home in the opening match of the season, failing to pay, using just Florida. In Week 1 2018, rated teams travelled 20-5 SU and 12-13 ATS, however, most of these SU declines came in games where there were two teams. The only loss of a rated team to a unranked team in Week 1 of each year came when No. 23 Texas dropped 34-29 in Maryland.
In Week 1 of 2017 the rated teams emerged from the gate shooting, heading 21-4 SU and 13-12 ATS. Of the four declines that were rated, three of those came in games. This isn’t a typo, the only defeat of a rated team to a unranked team once again was No. 23 Texas losing, this time in the home, 51-41 to Maryland again. The Longhorns are ranked No. 10 heading into this weekend’s games as well as a 20.5-point favorite at home over LA Tech, to your information.
The stats above are out of a SU standpoint and if you’re interested in an edge in those games that are nearer with two ranked teams, then the house squad in those matchups are 5-2 SU and ATS.
The ATS record is a dead heat at 18-18 although the ranked schools have dominated the unranked teams from a SU view at 34-2. In 2018, home rated teams went ATS while the street rated teams travelled 3-1 ATS vs those schools out of the top-25. A year prior, though, the home rated teams were 8-5 ATS vs unranked teams and street ranked squads were 2-4 ATS.
Consequently, if you are one of those people considering loading up a massive spread parlay taking each of the home rated teams over unranked teams or just rated versus unranked entire, be warned that within the previous two seasons half those squads have neglected to cover. That said, maybe there is a Joe Osborne greasy moneyline parlay the ideal choice for you.

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