The 2019 college football season is rolling as we hit Week 3. If you need to boost your sports betting bankroll, use my College Football Week 3 ATS betting analysis to get an edge you need.
College Football Week 3 ATS Betting Hitlist
Washington State -10 vs. Houston
2-0 Washington State is 1-1 ATS. The Cougars’ defense has been exceptional this season, yielding 12 points per game on average. All the hot trends point to WASU covering.
Pick: Washington State
Ohio State -14 vs. Indiana
Justin Fields has been unreal for Ohio State. The former Georgia quarterback is a real Heisman Trophy contender. In the head-to-head, Buckeyes are 1-7 in the last 8 meetings, though. The Ohio State University will make it 2-7 ATS in the previous 9 after Saturday.
Pick: Ohio State
Penn State -17 ½ vs. Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh averages 17 points per game. Penn State averages 62 and allows 10 per. The Nittany Lions roll.
Pick: Penn State
Georgia -31 ½ vs. Arkansas State
It sure looks like Georgia will dominate the Red Wolves. The Bulldogs are scoring over 46 points per while allowing less than 12. Arkansas State will put up more of a fight than Murray State did in Week 2. The Dawgs will still cover.
Notre Dame -38 ½ vs. New Mexico
Notre Dame has a bye in Week 2. They failed to cover versus Louisville, but they play an even worse opponent in their second game. New Mexico only beat Sam Houston State by 8 points. The Lobos have no shot of keeping this one close. Expect a Golden Domer blowout win and cover.
Pick: Notre Dame
Alabama -21 vs. South Carolina
The line seems too low. Alabama is averaging 52 points per game and allowing 6.5. Granted, the Crimson Tide has only played two games, but, still, they face a South Carolina squad that lost to North Carolina on the road in Week 1. Bama gets another win and cover.
USC -4 vs. BYU
Freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis dominated the Stanford Cardinal with a 434 yard, 3 TD pass performance. He’ll post similar numbers versus BYU, who must be tired after the overtime victory against Tennessee.
Iowa +1 vs. Iowa State
Both these teams are pretty good. The real difference is that Iowa has the slightly better defense. The Hawkeyes should use that defense to eke out a 3-point victory.
Michigan State -10 ½ vs. Arizona State
Sparty got the offense going against Western Michigan. MSU dropped 51 onto the Broncos. Arizona State is a better team, but this line is much too low. Sparty left, right, up the middle, over the top. They should beat the Sun Devils by 17 to 20.
Pick: Michigan State
California -13 vs. North Texas
And, just like that Washington’s dream of making it to the CFP goes up in smoke. The Cal Golden Bears went to the Great Northwest and upset the Huskies 20-19. Cal’s for real. They’ll dominate North Texas in Week 3.