Wondering who to bet on between Memphis & SMU? The Mustangs have been the whipping boys of College Football so far, and that's unlikely to change against Memphis this weekend.
Sitting at betting odds of 4-points favorites, this is the toughest true road game remaining for 3rd-ranked Ole Miss as it looks to stay atop the SEC West by winning at No. 23 LSU.
This is one College Football match which the entire handicapping world will be waiting for, as it is one of this tipster's underdogs of the week: Texas Longhorns vs. Kansas State Wildcats.
Wisconsin is a top College Football pick against Maryland as they have truly dominated opponents when coming off a regular-season bye week under Gary Anderson.
The Kansas State Wildcats come off of a big road win at Oklahoma and are now ranked 11th in the country, but they will probably have no cakewalk vs. Texas on Saturday.
Will the Volunteers (3-4) be up to the challenge as running back T.J. Yeldon and possible Heisman Candidate Amari Cooper invade Neyland Stadium for the Alabama Crimson Tide (6-1) this week. Alabama is still in the BCS Championship picture and this appears to be an easy "W". Will they cover the betting spread is the question?
Syracuse will find things difficult in closing out a two-game road trip Saturday, which provides Clemson betting value as double-digit favorites in Death Valley.
Currently the highest-ranked team in the Big 12, TCU looks to build off a dominating win as big favorites on the college football odds this week vs. Texas Tech.
First, the overrated Arizona Wildcats were knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten by USC and now they can fall from the rankings entirely with a loss at Washington State.
The Minnesota Gophers are the early leaders in the Big Ten West, but are they a good bet when they face the Illinois Illini? They just barely snuck by Purdue last week, and couldn't cover the spread.
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