NCAA College football season is about to start soon. And the closer we are to the first game, the better the action is on sports betting.  Of course, one of the best ways to make money from sports betting is to learn how to be a bookie. And with college football, bookies will never run out of wagering options to offer to their players. The earliest action we will be seeing is what we call Week 0. This will be this coming Saturday. The games will feature Prairie View versus Rice, Duquesne versus UMass, Hawaii versus Colorado State, and Wyoming versus New Mexico State.

Then, on Thursday, August 30, No. 21 UCF will be opening the season against UConn. Friday, August 31, we will see more action with games with teams such as Michigan State, who will go against Utah State. Stanford will host San Diego State, and Wisconsin will play in Western Kentucky.

NCAA College Football Kicks off This Weekend

But the real action starts Saturday, September 1. It will be the first full Saturday, up until Sunday, tht will be full of games to usher in Week 1. You will see great matchups with the likes of Miami versus LSU. Then on Monday, we will be able to watch the annual Labor Day game where Virginia Tech will face off against Florida State. Here is the schedule for Week 1 games, where you will see games that feature the top 10 teams from the preseason. Be sure to get your wagers ready, as we start a whole new season of college football madness. The time posted below for the schedule is on ET.

Western Kentucky vs. Wisconsin                   Friday, Aug. 31            9:00 p.m.

FAU vs. Oklahoma                                            Saturday, Sept. 1         12:00 p.m.

Oregon State vs. Ohio State                            Saturday, Sept. 1         12:00 p.m.

Furman vs. Clemson                                        Saturday, Sept. 1         12:20 p.m.

Washington vs. Auburn                                  Saturday, Sept. 1         3:30 p.m.

Appalachian State vs Penn State                   Saturday, Sept. 1         3:30 p.m.

Austin Peay vs. Georgia                                  Saturday, Sept. 1         3:30 p.m.

Louisville vs. Alabama                                    Saturday, Sept. 1         8:00 p.m.

No. 8 Miami vs. LSU                                       Sunday, Sept. 2           7:30 p.m.