College Football Week 1 showed signs that the NCAAF powerhouses will dominate yet again this year. Come Week 2, here are the Top 25 Games. Game odds and final scores.

TeamSpreadTotalFinal ScoreATS
Texas A&M+17½O64½10
Clemson-17½U64½24
New Mex St.+55O6410
Alabama-55U6462
California+ 14O43½20
Washington-14U43½19
Cincinnati+16½O560
Ohio St.-16½U5642
LSU-5½O5545
Texas+5½U5538
Army+23 4721
Michigan-23U4724
Central Michigan+35O51½0
Wisconsin-35U51½61
Nevada+23O626
Oregon-23U6277
Buffalo+29½O5713
Penn St.-29½U5745
N. Illinois+22O 43½17
Utah-22U43½35
Syracuse+1½O56½20
Maryland-1½U56½63
BYU+3½O5129
Tennessee-3½U5126
West V.+14O62½7
Missouri-14U62½38
Arkansas +7O53½17
Mississippi-7U53½31
Tulane+18O526
Auburn-18U5224
Nevada+24O62½6
Oregon-24U62½77
Mia Florida-4½O47½25
N. Carolina+4½U47½28
UTEP34O 653
Texas Tech-34U6538
Standford+1O4520
USC-1U4545
Minnesota-3½O4838
Fresno St.+3½U4835
Oregon St.+6½O7828
Hawaii-6½U7831

Clemson vs Texas A&M

The Texas A&M Aggies will visit the Clemson Tigers for Week 2 of the NCAAF Championship, for an interesting SEC vs. ACC matchup. Both teams are 1-0 coming off a convincing WIN in Week 1.

Clemson beat Georgia Tech 52-14 and Texas A&M walked all over Texas State 41-7. Both convincing WINS in regards to points difference but nothing less was expected from either team, giving the opponents.

Trevor Lawrence did not shine and by his standards, you could say he had a bad opening game. He completed 13 of 23 passes for 168 yards, 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions.

Lawrence and the Tigers will be dealing with a tougher contender next Saturday, but we are yet to see what Clemson is capable of.

Given past history, Clemson will not take Texas A&M lightly and the reality is that there is a big quality gap between these two teams. Clemson is the team to predict as the winner of this game, even with the big point spread.


College Football Week 2: Top 25 Games

Game Odds and NCAAF Final Scores