Welcome to Week 9 of High/Low, a look at the highest and lowest spreads and totals on every NCAA football game on Saturday. Last week we put up a 2-2 mark and now stand at 16-16 for the year. All NCAA football odds courtesy of BetOnline.
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With a 7-0 SU, 6-1 ATS start the Thundering Herd of Marshall are making a case as one of the best teams in the country not affiliated with one of the Big Five conferences. Marshall will try to extend a six-game ATS winning streak when it hosts Florida Atlantic for a CUSA East battle Saturday afternoon in Huntington.
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.
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.
The USC Trojans have struggled to stop the run on the road this season, which makes the Utah Utes an attractive college football pick Saturday night.
It's the toughest true road game remaining for third-ranked Ole Miss as it looks to stay atop the SEC West and in the College Football Playoff picture by winning at No. 23 LSU. The Rebels are 4-point favorites at 5Dimes' NCAA football odds.
Every week, this College Football handicapper shares his insight on teams being undervalued by the oddsmakers. Here are his dangerous underdogs for Week 9 picks.
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