College Football Week 3 Best Bets
If you’re looking to do some last-minute betting research, you’re in luck! We’re diving into our favorite picks against the spread for this week, but if you’re looking for more information or to place a bet, check out Tipico Sportsbook.
We’re doing well with a nice 15-10 record after finishing last week at 3-3. The Iowa Hawkeye were once again terrible in attack and the Texas A&M Aggies underperformed out of the gate once again. But thank God the Penn StateNittany Lions were bloodthirsty and USC Trojans cannot be stopped. We are betting on two games on Friday, but at the time of this writing, they are not sold out. Let’s hope for Florida State and the Air Force and dive into Saturday.
Oklahoma -11.5 Nebraska
It’s more a bet against ‘The hullers than on the Soon. To recap Nebraska’s already disappointing season, it lost to Northwestern for 12.5 points and to Georgia Southern for 23.5 points. Then the Cornhuskers fired Scott Frost. Say no more and score points with Oklahoma.
The Cougars enter a hostile Autzen Stadium after a thrilling overtime victory over Baylor, 26-20, but the Oregon ducks are overvalued. They were bothered by Georgia, 49-3, and I don’t care much about their win over Eastern Washington because they’re an FCS team. I’m taking the dog to BYU’s most talented team.
California at Notre Dame (-11.5)
This gap increased slightly when I hit it at -10.5 earlier in the week, but that extra point doesn’t scare me. The Fighting Irish are hungry for their first win of the season but proved against Ohio State that they can play well. On the other hand, the Bears are 2-0 but looked tough last week against UNLV. I’m comfortable putting the dots with Notre Dame.
Texas Tech at NC State (-10.5)
The Red Raiders play a backup quarterback and are coming off an emotional overtime win over a talented Houston side, 33-30. The Wolfpack is coming off an easy win over Charleston Southern, 55-3, and they should be refreshed and ready to take on Texas Tech. I lay the dots with NC State.
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