I don't have the empirical data, but a quick perusal of the opening college football betting lines surprised me that the totals were set so low.
I know that the new rules in place for 2006 are designed to make games shorter, but 41 for Florida State at Miami? 44.5 for Memphis at Mississippi?
Look at the other extreme where neither Northwestern nor USC have their game total in the 60's - Trojans and Razorbacks set at 59, as are Northwestern at Miami (OH).
Folks, there may be some booty made this weekend by not falling for the hype surrounding the rules changes.
What games get your attention?