Saturday Night Fever - Close Out Today’s Ticket With These Winners

Doug Upstone

Saturday, September 30, 2017 7:51 PM UTC

Saturday, Sep. 30, 2017 7:51 PM UTC

Saturday Night Fever features value below the Mason–Dixon line, so make sure you join expert capper as he reveals with top college football picks.   

In many parts of the country, the late September evening air has bit of chill in it, thus for those attending college football games, a light jacket might be required or even something a little heavier. But in the southern regions of the United States, it is still plenty warm and shorts and t-shirt of your favorite team will do. If you have placed action against the college football odds,  be sure to grab your phone to watch the scores.

Doug, here and again I am covering the Saturday night shift for college football picks and coming off a 3-0 week, looking to better 8-4 record. Expert Willie Bee had the early action and had easy winners with South Florida and Vandy/Flor. OVER and finished 2-3 overall with a couple of tough breaks late.


Sun Belt Beauty

Last week I cashed a winner on UL-Monroe in a fantastic situation and I am coming right back on them tonight. I am the first to admit the Warhawks might be a little flat to start off OT victory against main rival Louisiana U., nonetheless, there is nothing to indicate that Coastal Carolina in their first year of FBS football can crawl inside of a spread of +7.5. Just last week the Chanticleers were a 3.5 point home underdog to a very good FCS Western Illinois squad and they were waxed 52-10. Monroe has too much offense and pulls away in the second half.

Free NCAAF Picks: UL-Monroe -7.5Best Line Offered: at Pinnacle

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Aggies Pull Away From Gamecocks at Home

Texas A&M opened as -8 point favorite, flew to -10 and have come back past that point at -7. There is a fair amount of sharp bettors that do not trust Kevin Sumlin as coach of the Aggies and I cannot disagree since he is 12-23 ATS at Kyle Field. Nevertheless, Will Muschamp has not come across as America's next Nick Saban and South Carolina offense has been brutal the last couple games. I see too much offensive speed with the Aggies and they will end winning 34-23, covering the number.

Free NCAAF Picks: Texas A&M -7Best Line Offered: at 5Dimes

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Plan on Staying Up Late In Pasadena

The total of Colorado and UCLA has been roaming around like a sleep-walker, going from 66.5 to 69.5 before selling at the current level of 67.5. Colorado was bushwhacked at home by Washington last week 37-10. But seriously, the only thing the Huskies and Bruins defense have in common is they play in the Pac-12. The Bruins are giving up 43.2 points a game, which is 125th nationally. At the same time, quarterback Josh Rosen runs the No.10 scoring offense at 45 PPG. To use the phrase from the last decade, "when looking at the bottom line", Colorado is not going to stop Rosen, and, UCLA will not slow the Buffaloes and keep them out of the end zone, making this OVER action.

Free NCAAF Picks: Over 67.5Best Line Offered: at 5Dimes

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