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Week 4 ATS Picks College Football

After another week of football I am here with my college football Week 4 ATS picks. Who will win when Georgia visits Missouri? Can Wake Forest upset Notre Dame? How much will Alabama win by when hosting Texas A&M? Let’s find out.

College Football Week 4 ATS Picks

Georgia at Missouri
When: Saturday, Sep. 22 at 12:00 pm ET
Where: Farout Field at Memorial Stadium, Columbia, MO
Spread: Georgia -14

Analysis: Georgia’s averaging around 40 points a game while holding their opponents to around 10. The Bulldogs’ offense might be one of the tops in the nation because quarterback Jake Fromm has gotten much better than he was last season.

Georgia’s offensive line is without Isaiah Wynn. No matter. It’s still producing over 250 rushing yards per game. Georgia dominated South Carolina, a much tougher SEC opponent than Missouri, 53-28 on Sep. 22.

It’s hard to see Missouri doing much more than scoring a couple of field goals or, maybe, a single TD against Georgia’s awesome defense. The Bulldogs roll to yet another easy victory.

Week 4 ATS Pick: Georgia

Notre Dame at Wake Forest
When: Saturday, Sep. 22 at 12:00 pm ET
Where: BB&T Field, Winston-Salem, NC
Spread: Notre Dame -7½

Analysis: Although Notre Dame should beat Wake Forest, it’s difficult to lay the points for a couple of reasons. Notre Dame’s offense doesn’t always blow opponents away. The offense failed to score 25 points or more against both Michigan and Ball State earlier this season.

Eventually, though, Notre Dame’s offense should pick it up. Battling an okay, but not great, Wake Forest squad looks like the perfect time for Notre Dame’s offense to do exactly that.

The Irish are the play to win and cover the spread.

Week 4 ATS Pick: Notre Dame

Texas A&M at Alabama
When: Saturday, Sep. 22 at 3:30 pm ET
Where: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, AL
Spread: Bama -25

Analysis: Nick Saban might have the best offense he’s ever had as coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide. That’s saying a lot because Alabama has made every College Football Playoff since the CFP’s inception.

Bama’s offensive line can both run block and pass block while Saban’s got two of the better starting quarterbacks in college football with Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts. Both bring different skills to the field.

Texas A&M is a decent team, but Alabama scores 50 or more on a regular basis. The Crimson Tide should roll to an easy win and cover.

Week 4 ATS Pick: Alabama