College football's opening weekend will attract bets from the average Joe to professional bettors for some of the biggest games.

Florida State is a touchdown underdog against Alabama, Michigan is a five-point favorite over Florida, and a whopping seven lines have moved more than five points.

With so many eye-popping games and so many lines on the move, you'll want to know to what the "sharps" are picking. They're the guys who make their entire living betting sports. Ignoring them means throwing away your money and banking on luck.

SportsLine tapped into its Vegas sources to see who the pros are on. What they found out: they're all over Brian Kelly and Notre Dame against Temple, despite the Fighting Irish coming off a 4-8 season.

Kelly may be on the hot seat, but pro bettors pounced on Notre Dame, moving the line from -14.5 to -18.5.

"Notre Dame had had a lot of bad breaks the past few years and Temple lost a lot of key contributors," William Hill's director of trading Nick Bogdanovich told SportsLine. "The sharps are in love with the Irish." Among other losses, Temple lost its coach, Matt Rhule, to Baylor.

SportsLine's insiders also said on Tuesday that pro bettors made three max wagers at MGM Resorts. One of the teams they're piling on is Nevada, a hefty 24-point underdog against Northwestern. As soon as the max bet was made, MGM moved the line.

Another max bet was placed on Purdue, also a 25-point underdog against Louisville. The game will be played at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, giving neither team a home-field advantage and causing bettors to pound the underdog.

Who else are the pros pounding this weekend? Check out the odds below and then visit SportsLine to see which college football teams Vegas pros are hammering on opening weekend, plus see which side of Florida-Michigan is getting all the action, all from pros who make their money on college football.

Bowling Green at Michigan State (-17, 56.5)
Wyoming at Iowa (-11.5, 51.5)
Miami Ohio at Marshall (PK, 51)
Kent State at Clemson (-40.5, 51)
Massachusetts at Coastal Carolina (-2.5, 57.5)
Akron at Penn State (-30.5, 63.5)
Louisville vs Purdue (+24, 67.5)
Arkansas State at Nebraska (-16.5, 47)
Nevada at Northwestern (-24, 58)
Ball State at Illinois (-7, 58)
UTEP at Oklahoma (-43, 62)
California at North Carolina (-11, 52.5)
South Alabama at Ole Miss (-24, 58.5)
Western Michigan at USC (-26.5, 57.5)
BYU vs LSU (-14, 48)
Maryland at Texas (-18.5, 56)
Temple at Notre Dame (-17.5, 54)
Georgia Southern at Auburn (-34.5, 59.5)
Appalachian State at Georgia (-14, 45.5)
Kentucky at Southern Miss (+10, 61)
Houston at UTSA (+11, 51.5)
South Carolina vs NC State (-4.5, 53)
Michigan vs Florida (+3.5, 45)
Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee State (+3.5, 58)
Florida State vs Alabama (-7, 49.5)
Troy at Boise State (-11, 62.5)
West Virginia vs Virginia Tech (-5, 53)
Texas A&M at UCLA (-4.5, 55.5)
Tennessee vs Georgia Tech (+3, 56)