Over/Under Picks College Football Week 10

Over/Under Picks College Football Week 10

It is time to review which College Football Week 10 game totals you should be the over or under on. That’s right, I have a trio of Over/Under expert betting picks. Let’s get after it.

Over/Under Picks College Football Week 10

Nebraska at #8 Ohio State
When: Saturday, Nov.3 at 12:00 pm ET
Where: Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH
TV: FOX
Game Total: 72½

Analysis: Nebraska has scored 53 and 45 in their last couple of games. When Nebraska scored 53, they allowed their opponent, Minnesota, to put up 28. All told, the over is 5-3 in Nebraska games this season.

Cornhuskers should score points against an overrated Ohio State team that yielded 49 to Purdue. Ohio State’s defense looked terrible. Even though the Buckeyes head into Week 10 off a bye, the defense most likely won’t shut down any opponent the rest of this season because Nick Bosa won’t return.

Ohio State averages 43 points per game. There isn’t a team that Nebraska’s faced this season save for Bethune-Cookman that hasn’t put points on the board against the Cornhuskers’ defense. This one should go over no matter the total.

Pick: Over 72½

#14 Penn State at #5 Michigan
When: Saturday, Nov.3 at 3:45 pm ET
Where: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI
TV: ESPN
Game Total: 52½

Analysis: Penn State finally put some points on the board. The Nittany Lions could score only 26 in a loss to Ohio State. Then, they only scored 17 in a loss to Michigan State. Penn State scored 33 when beating Indiana on Oct. 20. In Week 9, the Lions put up 30 in a win over Iowa.

Michigan’s defense is one of the best in the nation, though, which is why the under should hit. The Wolverines allow 14.4 points per game. Opponents average 220 total yards against Michigan.

Unless Wolverines dominate Penn State’s defense, this game goes under. Michigan’s got a decent offense, but it shouldn’t dominate on Saturday.

Pick: Under 52½

#1 Alabama at #4 LSU
When: Saturday, Nov.3 at 8:00 pm ET
Where: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA
TV: CBS
Game Total: 54

Analysis: You’d think with 2 decent defensive-minded teams the game would go under the total. That won’t be the case on Saturday when Alabama and LSU meet in Baton Rouge.

The biggest game of the day should provide plenty of offensive fireworks. Alabama’s offense is unstoppable while LSU faces a Bama defense with multiple injuries. LSU will score. Alabama will score.

Who covers the spread? Who cares? Just bet over the total.

Pick: Over 54