Free Pick on the FSU vs. Alabama Game

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Sep/01/2017

Tony George of DocSports.com has your 2017 Week 1 College Football free pick on the FSU vs. Alabama game.  This one will be the most wagered on game of the week and is among the most highly anticipated Week 1 College Football games in years.  This one will be played in Atlanta in their spanking new stadium.  We have noted on numerous occasions already there is no home field advantage as both schools have easy enough access to get their fans to this stadium.

“From a personnel perspective, you gotta be worried if you’re an FSU backer even though you are catching 7 here,” George says.  “The key for this game will be Jalen Hurts.”

Let’s get the rest of this preview and Tony George’s full pick below. 

Find the latest odds on this game here

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