Week Seven College Football Gambling Picks
Let's get back on track.
Last week was tough. Super tough. But we’re not hanging our heads in sorrow, we’re making four winning picks to blow past our current 9-8 record. Let’s get right into it.
The first game I like, my lock of the week is Oklahoma State at Texas over 60.5 points. Texas has averaged 44.5 points through six games this season against good opponents like Arkansas, Texas, and TCU.
For the Cowboys of Oklahoma State, they’re averaging 25.4 points per game. Spoiler alert, expect lots of offense. I think that these two squads will blaze past the 60.5 over by the middle of the fourth quarter.
The key factor in this game will be Texas running back Bijan Robinson. He’s been an absolute stud this year averaging 131.5 rushing yards a game. If he gets going then this game could split wide open very early on.
Lock of the week is Oklahoma State at Texas over 60.5 points.
Next pick is one I feel very confident about. I love Army +13.5 at Wisconsin this Saturday because the Badgers are a vulnerable squad and Army’s offense has been on point this year.
Once upon a time ago, Wisconsin was ranked in the top ten. Now they sit at 2-3 with wins over Illinois and Eastern Michigan. They are not the team that America thought they’d be when the season kicked off and Army is looking to make their season even worse.
This game could be about an hour with how much both squads run the ball, but Army runs the triple option to perfection and has been on fire this season.
There really isn’t too much to it. Army is going to go into Madison and play good football and give the Badgers a run for their money.
Hammer Army +13.5 at Wisconsin.
The next game on the docket is another underdog, kind of the theme of the week. I really like Boston College +2.5 at home against North Carolina State.
This is a game between a squad that took down Clemson in NC State and one that should have taken Clemson down in Boston College. BC is coming off their loss at Clemson and are looking to bounce back and become ranked.
Dennis Grosel has played very well and will have his hands full against the Wolfpack defense so we’ll be in for a close game, less than a field goal. We’re looking at a very low scoring game between two of the nations top defenses.
Boston College +2.5 vs North Carolina State.
Final game we’ll be looking at is another underdog, this time a road dog. I’m a huge fan of Kentucky +21.5 at Georgia.
Look, Georgias defense is undisputedly the best in the nation by a country a mile, but a 21.5 point spread against a tremendously hot Wildcats team seems too good to be true. The Wildcat’s have been on a role with big time wins over LSU, Florida, and South Carolina.
Another large factor in this game is how well Kentucky quarterback Will Levis has played. He’s thrown for 1,134 yards with 11 touchdowns and 3 rushing touchdowns this year and is arguably the best quarterback that Georgia will play this season.
The Bulldogs from Athens have won all but one game by at least twenty four points so the spread does make sense but with how good Kentuckys offense is, I think they’ll cover.
Bang on Kentucky +21.5 at Georgia this weekend.