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College Football ATS Betting Analysis Week 10

If you are ready to bet on college football Week 10 action use my ATS betting analysis to get an edge on all of your big picks.

College Football ATS Betting Analysis Week 10

Thursday, Oct 31

West Virginia at Baylor -18

Baylor is the only undefeated team in the Big 12. The Bears haven’t exactly rocked it against the spread, going 4-3 overall and 2-2 at home. But on Thursday, they play an awful West Virginia team. The Mountaineers are 0-3 ATS and SU in their last 3. Baylor easily wins and covers.

Georgia Southern at Appalachian State -17 ½

App State has been one of the more solid teams to back against the spread this season. The other Mountaineers are 5-2 ATS. They’ll put a beating onto Georgia Southern, and should win this game by at least 20.

Friday, Nov 1

Navy -26 ½ at UConn

Navy rolls into their battle against AAC doormat Connecticut on Friday. The Midshipmen have gone 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS in their last 4 games. They’ve only lost a single matchup this season. UConn? Yeah. They’re 2-6 SU and 4-4 ATS. Navy by 35.

Saturday, Nov 2 

Michigan -16 ½ at Maryland

Ever since the embarrassing loss to Wisconsin early in the season, the Michigan Wolverines have played great football. Even the 21-28 loss to Penn State wasn’t awful. Charles Xavier’s favorite X-Men should dominate the Turtles on Nov 2. Maryland is just a bad football team. Michigan could win by over 30.

Virginia Tech at Notre Dame -16 ½

After getting slapped around by the Wolverines in Ann Arbor in Week 9, Notre Dame has a chance to bounce back with a big win and cover against mediocre Virginia Tech. The Irish had no fight in them against Michigan. They should have a ton of fight in them versus a so-so Hokies squad on Saturday.

Georgia -6 ½ at Florida

It’s difficult to understand why Georgia is favored in this matchup. The Bulldogs have no passing attack, and the defense isn’t as good as advertised. Florida should win this one straight up. Why not take the points? Go Gators.

Oregon State at Arizona -7

Arizona doesn’t cover a lot of football games. However, their defense should handle an Oregon State offense that, although better this year than last, won’t stand up to an improved Wildcats squad at home.

Ole Miss at Auburn -16

Ole Miss won’t know what hit them in this game. Auburn played fantastic in a close loss to LSU in Week 9. The Tigers know they had a shot at upsetting Joe Burrow and LSU. They’ll take out their frustrations on the Rebels on Nov 2.

Rutgers at Illinois -21

Rutgers beat Liberty. Unfortunately, they won’t make it two in a row because Illinois is much, much better than the Scarlet Knights. Jump on this spread before Illini backers drive up 4 to 6 points.

Source: www.sportbet.com