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Over/Under Game Total Picks College Football Week 9

College Football is steamrolling into Week 9 betting action. For that reason, I have a trio of bankroll building Over/Under betting picks for you to cash in on now! Let’s get rolling.

Over/Under Game Total Picks College Football Week 9

Baylor at #13 West Virginia
When: Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7:00 pm ET
Where: Milan Puskar Stadium, Morgantown, WV
Over/Under Total: 66

Analysis: Baylor and West Virginia should produce a crazy high scoring game on Saturday. Baylor averages 33 points per game while allowing 31. West Virginia averages 36.8 points per. The Mountaineers scored 42 in a win over Texas Tech and 38 in a win over Kansas.

West Virginia could only muster 14, though, in the surprising loss to Iowa State in their last. Mountaineers have had a bye since the loss. All they’ve done during the bye is figure out how to score against Baylor.

WVU won’t stop Baylor from scoring, which means that even though over’s 2-4 in Mountaineer games this season, this one should blast through the total by around 7 to 10 points.

Pick: Over 66

#20 Wisconsin at Northwestern
When: Saturday, Oct. 27 at 12:00 pm ET
Where: Ryan Field, Evanston, IL
Over/Under Total: 51½

Analysis: Last season, Wisconsin leaned on its defense. The Badgers held opponents down while it moved the football with its rushing attack. This season, Wisconsin’s best chance to win games is to outscore their opponents.

Badgers beat Illinois 49-20 on Oct. 20. The win brought Wisconsin’s record to 5-2. That record happens to be the over/under record in Wisconsin games. All 5 of the Badgers wins have gone over.

Northwestern only averages 24 points. However, the over/under in their games is 4-3. Wildcats only must score 17 to 20 for this to go over because Wisconsin will put over 40 on the board.

Pick: Over 51½

Arizona State at USC
When: Saturday, Oct. 27 at 3:30 pm ET
Where: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA
Over/Under Total: 54

Analysis: Although Arizona State is 1-4 straight up in their last 5, their defense has played well enough for the total to go 2-3. Sun Devils held Colorado to 28 and Stanford to 20 in their last couple of games.

Save for the 41 points that Utah used to destroy USC in Week 8, the Trojans’ defense has also played well. Arizona scored 20 while Colorado also only scored 20. ASU’s offense is actually worse than both Zona’s and Buffalos’

This game should go under big time.

Pick: Under 54