Week 3 seems WAY too early to announce the most anticipated NFL regular-season game of the year, but that's pretty clearly the case Monday night when the Kansas City Chiefs visit the Baltimore Ravens, who are 3-point favorites.
SEC fans are the most passionate in college football but also the most arrogant as they believe their level of play is vastly superior to every other league.
No team has ever rallied from down 3-0 to win an NBA playoff series. Then again, the Denver Nuggets have rallied from two 3-1 series deficits in this postseason.
Odds in favor of Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov (26-0) defends the lightweight belt against former champion Conor McGregor (21-3).
The NFL loves to tout parity in its league, and that is on display through three weeks of the 2018 season as there were just three teams.
Week 5 of the college football season matchup is the ABC prime-time affair and likely Big Ten Game of the Year as No. 4 Ohio State visits No. 9 Penn State.
A common theme that NFL fans will hear entering Week 3 is the playoff probabilities of 2-0 or 0-2 teams.
College football bettors don't have to wait until Saturday in Week 4 to wager on games involving ranked teams as there's a solid three-game Friday schedule.
The biggest favorite of Week 2 and a team likely to be used in many Survivor Pools is the Los Angeles Rams at -13.5 against the visiting Arizona Cardinals.
The Buckeyes are -13 against the Frogs, and Ohio State has covered six of eight vs. Big 12 foes while UW is a 7-point favorite and Knights are -15.
The biggest Week 1 NFL betting spread is the New Orleans Saints at -9.5 over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a jumped about a field goal at most sportsbooks.