Can’t find a College Football Week 3 spread or moneyline to bet on?
Then use my College Football Week 3 over/under betting predictions to get an edge on your bets this week. But why should you trust me? My over/under betting predictions last week went 7-1 and 11-6 on the season through two weeks.
College Football Week 3 Over/Under Predictions
Kansas vs. Boston College: 53 ½
Kansas averages 15.5 points. Boston College averages 40. Kansas doesn’t allow a ton of points, though, less than 15. Although BC could blow out the Jayhawks and cover on their own, this matchup will probably feel like molasses dripping down the side of a barn somewhere down south.
Kansa State vs. Mississippi State: 52
This projects to be a defensive struggle between two teams that put an emphasis on defense. K-State is allowing 7 points per game. Mississippi State allows more. Neither team has much of an offensive edge, though.
Eastern Michigan vs. Illinois: 56 ½
Illinois only scored 31 versus UConn in Week 2. The Illini scored 42 against Akron, though. The problem with going over? Eastern Michigan must contribute and, yeah, that’s not going to happen.
Oklahoma State vs. Tulsa: 66
Oklahoma State could get the overall on their own. That’s how impressive the Cowboys’ offense is this season. Tulsa might throw in 20. So, the T. Boone Pickens Cowboys throw in 54, and we get to 74.
Air Force vs. Colorado: 62 ½
Air Force’s defense looked great against Colgate. Colorado is better than Colgate. The Buffaloes beat rival Colorado State 52-31 in Week 1. They beat Nebraska 34-31 in Week 2. Both the Flight Academy and the Buffs should put up points.
UNLV vs. Northwestern: 54 ½
UNLV is a bad football team. The Rebels are so bad, they gave up 43 points to the Arkansas State Red Wolves in their second game. Northwestern should pummel UNLV. If the Rebels score 14, 17 points or so, this might go over by 10 points.
Colorado State vs. Arkansas: 57
Colorado State can score. So can the Arkansas Razorbacks when they play a Mountain West team that thinks they’re playing basketball every time they hit the gridiron. Over.
Oklahoma vs. UCLA: 66 ½
You’d think that a Chip Kelly coached team like the Bruins might average more than 14 points per game. Not so because Kelly knows he doesn’t have the players to run his famous possession score as fast as possible system. Oklahoma can get the over close to by themselves, though. UCLA will only need to pitch in 13 points or so.
Clemson vs. Syracuse: 63 ½
It’s obvious Syracuse looked past Maryland in Week 2. That’s how the Terrapins scored 63 points against the ‘Cuse. The Orange have a much better defense than that. They always play Clemson tough. Even if Syracuse gets blown out, it’s hard to see this one going over because Dabo will pull his starters once the Tigers are up 42-0.