Week 3 was a solid one if you stuck with my picks, let’s keep up the momentum.
Clemson (-9.5) Over Georgia Tech
Clemson looks like Clemson again, albeit against SC State. I think they make a statement here on Thursday, and crush an average GT team.
Florida (+6.5) Over Tennessee
I’m surprised this spread is so big… Florida looks like the better team. Tennessee’s offense looks confused right now, and Florida is probably better on defense than any team they’ve played. If you’re feeling extra ballsy, take the money line here.
Oklahoma State (+8.0) Over Baylor
Quickly, jump on this. It was 9.5 yesterday. Take it before it goes under 7…
Louisville (-25.5) Over Marshall
I hate big spreads… But Louisville just keeps dominating teams.
Stanford (-3.0) Over UCLA
Stanford is just so consistent… They’re also tough to score on. UCLA has struggled. Another 14 points victory for Stanford feels likely.
California (+4.0) Over Arizona State
Cal looked great against Texas… Now they play a weaker AZ State team. This one should be fun.
Auburn (+3.5) Over LSU
I don’t know who to pick to win this game… But I feel like it’ll be close. Especially at home, I’ll take Auburn to keep it within 3.
Memphis (-16.5) Over Bowling Green
Memphis made me look smart last week, I’ll depend on them to crush another weak team.
Arkansas (+6.0) Over Texas A&M
I think Arkansas wins straight up… This team is so balanced.
Iowa (-13.0) Over Rutgers
North Dakota State would probably romp Rutgers… I think Iowa will also.
BONUS – TAKE THESE OVERS
I’ll try something new. I NEVER bet on unders… Good defenses can also score. Overs are more fun to bet on. Here’s a few games to take the over on.
California @ Arizona State (82.5)
Florida State @ USF (61.0)
Pittsburgh @ UNC (67.5)
Oklahoma State @ Baylor (74.0)
Tulsa @ Fresno State (66.0)
Arkansas @ Texas A&M (49.0)
Thanks for reading, good luck with your bets, and follow me on Twitter @MadManBsul. Follow us @TheMadManSports. See you next week!
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