Our nationally renowned college football handicapper shares his Saturday college football 3-team round-robin parlay. Don’t miss the golden opportunity to cash in with this elite sports betting professional.
Ross Benjamin of Sportsbook Review once again has shown why he’s among the best sports handicappers in the world. He went an off the charts 10-1 ATS with his college football week 5 predictions.
Texas vs #20 Oklahoma 12:00 PM ET
This huge rivalry game annually takes place at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, and this season is no different. Oklahoma will be playing with revenge stemming from its only regular season loss a season ago. That 24-17 defeat came at the hands of Texas, and came in a game in which they were a sizable 16.0-point favorite.
Despite a 2-2 start, Texas has allowed 47 points or more in 3 of their first 4 games. Their season opening win against Notre Dame looked huge at that time. However, the luster of that victory has been greatly diminished by Notre Dame’s disappointing 2-3 record thus far. Texas has dropped each of their last 2 contests, and head coach Charlie Strong is once again back on the proverbial hot seat.
Oklahoma is coming off a 52-46 win at TCU, and covered as a 3.5-point favorite. By virtue of that win, the Sooners improved to 15-7 over their previous 22 games. Current college football betting odds at Bovada has Oklahoma as an 11.0-point favorite.
Any conference away or neutral site favorite of 3.5 to 14.5 that’s playing with revenge, coming off a conference away favorite ATS win, and they’ve won 14 or more of their previous 22 games, resulted in those favorites going 16-0 SU&ATS since 1993. The average margin of victory in those contests was a decsive 20.3 points per game.
Notre Dame vs North Carolina State 12:00 PM ET
The college football spreads at Bookmaker indicated that NC State opened as a 1.5-point home underdog. However, despite 62.1% of public betting siding with Notre Dame, NC State has moved all the way to a 3.0-point favorite. That’s a huge reverse line movement, and one that clearly indicates sharper money has been wagered on NC State. Count me in as one that disagrees with public perception, and chooses to deal reality instead.
Colorado vs USC 4:00 PM ET
As I stated in an article earlier this week, Colorado is clearly the most improved PAC 12 team. I’ll even say they’re slightly better team than USC at this juncture. The Buffaloes have begun PAC 12 action with an upset win at Oregon, and last week’s home blowout victory over Oregon State. Their lone loss this year came in Ann Arbor against #4 Michigan, and they had a second half lead before coming up short.
I wouldn’t be shocked at all to see a Colorado upset on Saturday. Nevertheless, I’ll gladly take the points for one of my college football week 6 picks.
Free College Football Pick: Colorado +6.0
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