Week 10 College Football Picks: Three-Team Round Robin Parlay

Ross Benjamin

Thursday, November 5, 2015 10:08 PM UTC

Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015 10:08 PM UTC

Our college football analyst shares his three team round robin parlay of the week. Go inside to find out who these picks are, and why he loves them.

College Football Round Robin Parlay
The upcoming paragraphs detail three of my better college football picks for Saturday. I’m going to take these three selections and play them in a trio of two-team parlays, otherwise known as a round robin. Quite simply, if you win on two of the three picks, then you walk away with a small profit. The best case scenario of course is winning all three, in which instance, you’ve then hit the jackpot. I never play parlays in any other way, and always refrain from adding a three-teamer to the mix. So let’s get right to it!


NC State vs. Boston College 12:30 PM ET
The Boston College defense should sue their offense for lack of support. The Eagles stop unit is allowing a miniscule 13.3 points per game, and yet their just 3-6 this season. There’s an easy explanation, their offense is pathetic. In their seven games versus FBS opponents this year, Boston College is averaging 9.3 points per game, and has been shut out on two separate occasions.

Prior to last week’s blowout loss against #3 Clemson, NC State had allowed 21 points or less in six of their previous seven games. This matchup against Boston College shapes up to be a low scoring affair, and one of my college football picks will be indicative of that prediction.

College Football Picks: Play on under the total of 39 at BetOnline

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Arkansas vs. Ole Miss 3:30 PM ET
This will be a big time revenge game for the Rebels. They were ambushed at Arkansas last season during a 30-0 loss. Ole Miss has lost just twice this season, and both came on the road against nationally ranked opponents. This won’t be the case on Saturday. They’ve gone 5-0 in Oxford this year, and outscored opponents by an average of 41 points per game. By the way, Arkansas is 4-4, and a long way from being nationally ranked. You know what they say about payback? It comes with serious repercussions, and that’s putting it mildly.

The college football odds at SportsBetting offers me the best combination of number and price for this specific wager.

College Football Picks: Play on Ole Miss -10.5 (-105) at SportsBetting

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Utah vs. Washington 7:30 PM ET
This will mark the second time in the last three games that 13th ranked Utah is an underdog against an opponent outside the Top 25. They didn’t fare too well the first time that occurred, losing 42-24 as a 6.5 point underdog at USC.

Washington is coming off an impressive 49-3 win over a decent Arizona team last Saturday night. Speaking of USC, Washington beat them on the road earlier this season 17-12, and did so as a 16.0 point underdog.

College Football Picks: Play on Washington -1 (-105) at Bovada

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