For Week 1 in college football, there are a total of 20 plays
that cover the spread greater than 57% of the time to be considered "normal" or better, including seven picks that cover more than 60% of the time and three predicted outright upsets.
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8/25/2014 Highlight: College football historically is over 65% against-the-spread all-time with College Football Locks of the Week (31-14, 69% ATS), including going 14-2 (88% ATS) for the 2013 season.
Also, presenting some of the best and most consistent value on the site, highlighted, "normal" or better (greater than 57% confidence to cover) college football Over/Under game picks are 245-168 (59% O/U) all-time.
And, launching at the beginning of the 2013 season, "normal" or better Halftime picks (and there are many picks that are 2X or even 3X throughout the year) went 38-25 (60% ATS). Including both sides and totals, "normal" or better Halftime picks in Week 1 of last year's college football season went 12-6 (67% ATS and O/U) for a return of +$592 for a normal $50 player using our play value recommendations.