College Football Week 4 Must Bet Games

College Football Week 4 Must Bet Games

Slowly college football is getting back to normal and in Week 4, the SEC returns to action. Keep reading for the top College Football Week 4 must bet and watch games you need to mark on your calendar.

College Football Week 4 Must Bet Games

Kansas State Wildcats at #3 Oklahoma Sooners

Last season, the Sooners and Wildcats played in a 48-41 game that Oklahoma won. This season, the score could be similar. Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler looks like the next coming of Patrick Mahomes. Rattler has skills for days. Also, K-State’s defense allows 35 points per. The Wildcats will score a few points.

#7 Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Wake Forest Demon Deacon

Wake Forest won’t help over players in this matchup. The Demon Deacons don’t have the type of offense that will post more than 13 to 17 points against a young, but talented, Notre Dame defense. The Irish will move the football. They may not throw 52 against the Deacons the way they did versus USF in Week 3, but ND will score some points.

Iowa State Cyclones at TCU Horned Frogs

In 2019, TCU averaged 30.3 points per game. The Horned Frogs are good enough on offense to average around that many points this season. Iowa State doesn’t have much of an offense, though. Here’s another college football contest where the total should lean towards the low side.

#9 Texas Longhorns at Texas Tech Red Raiders

Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger is the real deal. The Longhorns blasted Texas Tech 49-24 last season. Texas Tech should score over 20 points again while the Horns could post over 50. This should end up one of the highest-scoring games in Week 4.

West Virginia Mountaineers at #11 Oklahoma State Cowboys

The Oklahoma State Cowboys have won of the very best offenses in the country but it didn’t show up against Tulsa in a 16-7 game. Last season these two played in a 20-13 game. Neither figures to for the issue on Saturday, which means we’re staring at another low-scoring battle. 

#4 Georgia Bulldogs at Arkansas Razorbacks

Georgia is a Top 10 squad, no doubt, but it’s not because of their offense. The Bulldogs won’t score a ton of points this season. Former USC Trojan starter JT Daniels is the man now that Jamie Newman said he wouldn’t participate due to the coronavirus. Daniels plays behind an offensive line with 4 new starters. Arkansas averaged 21.4 points per last season. Nothing tells us they should average more this season. 

Vanderbilt Commodores at #10 Texas A&M Aggies

Vanderbilt’s offense won’t do much. Vandy wants to employ an up-tempo style this season. That won’t work against the Aggies, a team that returns a lot of talent on the defensive side of the football. This game should be low-scoring because even if A&M scores 28 to 35, Vanderbilt may not score at all.

NC State Wolfpack at #20 Virginia Tech Hokies

NC State didn’t score at least 28 points in a single ACC game last season. Although the offense should be better in 2020, it won’t be good enough to deal with a Virginia Tech team that returns 10 starters on defense. This will be a low-scoring battle for sure.

College Football Week 3 High/Low Scoring Games

College Football Week 3 High/Low Scoring Games

College football is getting bigger and better each week. In Week 3 we will see 11 favored teams in action! Keep reading for this week’s high and low scoring games for your over-under college football week 3 bets.

College Football Week 3 High/Low Scoring Games

Syracuse at Pittsburgh

North Carolina is one of the better teams in the ACC. But, the Orange scored just 6 points in the 6-31 Week 2 loss. They amassed 202 total yards. Pittsburgh beat Austin Peay 55-0. Syracuse’s defense should contain Pittsburgh’s offense, think 28 points instead of 31. The Orange offense could end up with less than double-digits again. This one projects to be a low-scoring battle. 

Louisiana at Georgia State

The Ragin’ Cajuns’ 31-14 domination of Iowa State shows how far some of the mid-level FCS teams have come. The Ragin Cajuns don’t figure to let up against a Georgia State squad that managed 17 points against Wyoming. That doesn’t mean this isn’t a high-scoring game. Louisiana’s offense could post 50 or more against the Panthers. 

Appalachian State at Marshall

Appalachian State beat Charlotte 35-20. Marshall beat Eastern Kentucky 59-0. The Thundering Herd won’t keep the Mountaineers off the scoreboard. On the flip side, Marshall score as well. We’re looking at a game that could break 70 unless one or both of the defenses step it up. 

Florida Atlantic at Georgia Southern

Georgia Southern barely escaped Campbell 27-26. Florida Atlantic has yet to play this season. So far, Lane Kiffin has developed a decent program. FAU put 52 points onto SMU in their 52-28 bowl game victory. Florida Atlantic could get the over by themselves. 

Troy at Middle Tennessee

On Sep. 12, Army dominated Middle Tennessee State 40-0. Troy won’t punish Middle Tennessee by that score. But the game should still be high-scoring. The Trojans averaged 33.8 last season while allowing 34.8. Middle Tennessee averaged over 400 yards in 2019. They’ll put points on the board on Sep. 18. Expect the Blue Raiders offense to look nothing like the one against the Black Knights, which points to a high scoring game.

SMU at North Texas

North Texas racked up 721 yards against Houston Baptist in their 57-31 win. Southern Methodist beat Texas State 31-24. When it comes to these types of battles, a team from a well-regarded conference like the AAC against a squad like North Texas, the distance between the two programs have closed. North Texas should beat SMU, so consider the Mean Green a viable ATS pick. They should also do it in a high-scoring contest.  

LA Tech at Southern Miss

Southern Miss scored just 21 points in a 21-32 loss versus South Alabama on Sep. 3. Louisiana Tech beat Miami 14-0 in their bowl game on Feb. 26. The Bulldogs averaged 34 points last season. In 2020, both these teams have strong defenses, though. This should be a low-scoring affair. 

2020 College Football Opening Week Best Bets

2020 College Football Opening Week Best Bets

The 2020 college football season is still months away but you can bet on Week 1 NCAA football betting spreads today. Keep reading for Week 1’s best college football betting spreads.

2020 College Football Opening Week Best Bets

Saturday, August 29

Hawaii vs Arizona -10 ½ 

Hawaii finished the season going 3-1 ATS while Arizona went 0-7 SU and 1-6 ATS in their last 7. Arizona returns skill players and most of their defense. 

Navy vs Notre Dame -14

The Irish trounced Navy 52-20 last season. Navy has the strongest rushing attack in the nation. In 2019, it averaged 363.8 per game. Notre Dame lost a lot on defense. 

Thursday, September 3

Clemson -26 vs Georgia Tech

Heisman Trophy favorite Trevor Lawrence starts his campaign versus Georgia Tech. The Tigers lost some pieces along the offensive line. But Clemson loses players every year and competes. Georgia Tech averaged 16.7 points per game last season. 

BYU vs Utah -4 ½

Utah enters the season cold. Texas blasted them 38-10 in the Utes’ bowl game. BYU went 0-4 ATS in their final 4 games. Both teams return talent on offense and defense. Utah dominated BYU 30-12 in last years game. 

Friday, September 4

North Carolina vs Central Florida -3

The Golden Knights went 3-7 ATS in their final 10 games. North Carolina almost upset Clemson in a 20-21 game. The Tar Heels averaged 31.3 points while the Golden Knights scored 45.3 per. 

Saturday, September 5

West Virginia vs Florida State -6 ½

In 2019, West Virginia went 5-7 SU and 5-5-2 ATS. The Mountaineers beat their lone ACC opponent, NC State, 44-27 last season. Florida State has a new coach, Mike Norvell. FSU’s head coach comes over from Memphis where he had a .717 winning percentage. 

Alabama -15 vs USC

Alabama signed Bryce Young, the top dual-threat quarterback in the nation. USC’s quarterback, Kedon Slovis, is a favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. The Trojans return most of their offense and defense. Bama coach Nick Saban replenishes after every season. 

Mississippi -1 ½ vs Baylor

Ole Miss went 6-2 ATS in their final 9 regular season games. Baylor went 8-2 ATS in their final 10 regular season games. That includes covering against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship.  

Michigan vs Washington -0

The biggest change at Washington is that Jimmy Lake takes over as head coach. Lake was Washington’s defensive coordinator. Things probably won’t change much because Lake is a Chris Petersen disciple. Things haven’t changed for Michigan, either. Once again, Jim Harbaugh searches for a starting quarterback. 

Monday, September 7

Georgia -18 vs Virginia

Few teams lost as much on both sides of the football as Georgia. UVA must replace star quarterback Bryce Perkins, who threw for 3,538 yards last season.