Best Week 10 O/U College Football Picks Offered on Saturday

David Lawrence

Friday, November 6, 2015 7:29 PM UTC

Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 7:29 PM UTC

With a full card of action on Saturday, we're focusing on totals in this article. Here is a look at our favorite over-under college football picks for Week 10.

Duke Blue Devils vs. North Carolina Tar Heels - Odds: 58
This is a game in which the action should be dominated by defense. The North Carolina renaissance this season has been powered by defensive coordinator Gene Chizik. The Tar Heels are allowing over 20 fewer points than they did last season. Their offense has made fewer mistakes, but it hasn’t exactly run wild in most of its games. This is a team which has improved mostly because of its defense. Duke is also a team which depends mostly on its defense to win games. The Blue Devils played a 45-43 game a few weeks ago, but that was a four-overtime game. It was played in the 20s in regulation against Virginia Tech. Duke has a hard-hitting group of linebackers which fills gaps and gets off blocks. It’s going to be difficult for North Carolina to establish the run in this game. The Tar Heels will need to throw the ball a lot in this game, getting the ball to their speedy wide receivers, especially Ryan Switzer. If North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams has a tremendous day and finds Switzer on deep balls, this game could go over the number, but for the most part, these teams rely a little more on their defenses to get things done. It suggests that this game will be played in the low to mid 20s, which would create no more than around 50 points. Go under the college football odds here.

College Football Pick: Under 58 at 5Dimes

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Kentucky Wildcats vs. Georgia Bulldogs - Odds: 58
The big thing to note in this game is that Georgia’s offense is a complete clown show. Mark Richt switched quarterbacks last week against Florida, giving Faton Bauta his first start of the season and a chance to run the offense. Georgia scored three points and never seriously threatened to win the game. The Bulldogs are starting over on offense, and that can’t bode well for them against a Kentucky team which struggles against potent attacks, but can manage if the talent level is lower. Georgia doesn’t have star running back Nick Chubb available, and so Kentucky can limit the point total here. The Wildcats, however, have their own unreliable offense, so from both sides of this game, the under looks more attractive.

College Football Pick: Under 58 at bet365

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Auburn Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies - Odds: 59
It’s true that these offenses have had their share of struggles this season, but the defenses have been worse for the most part. Auburn allowed a lot of points to Kentucky, at least enough that a point total in the low 30s did not lead to a comfortable victory. Texas A&M allowed South Carolina to score consistently in the first two and a half quarters of last week’s home game. Defensive coordinator John Chavis had done well in the first month of the season, but his players have dropped off the pace. This feels like a game in the low 30s. Take the over with your college football picks.

College Football Pick: Over 60 at Bovada

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