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College Football Week 10 Betting
The tenth week of the college football betting season at online sportsbooks offers up a number of tasty treats starting off with the Big 12 matchup between West Virginia and Baylor in Waco on Halloween night, followed up by what could be a competitive AAC matchup between Navy and UConn under the Friday night lights. Unfortunately, there aren’t a ton of matchups to get all too excited about on Saturday’s slate save for the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party” brawl between the Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs. Still, B1G matchups between Nebraska and Purdue as well as Michigan and Maryland are a bit underrated, and there’s a couple more crucial matchups going down in the Pac-12 with Oregon set to invade the Coliseum to battle USC and the Utes and Huskies battling it out in Seattle. Let’s put the slate under the microscope and see what else it has to offer!
2019 College Football Week 10 Betting Schedule
College Football Thursday, October 31, 2019
West Virginia at Baylor | 8pm | ESPN
Georgia Southern at Appalachian State | 8pm | ESPNU
College Football Friday, November 1, 2019
Navy at UConn | 8pm | ESPN2
College Football Saturday, November 2, 2019
Old Dominion at FIU | 12pm | ESPN+
Michigan at Maryland | 12pm
The Terps haven’t had much of any luck in their Big Ten rivalry with the Michigan Wolverines since becoming a member of the conference. Maryland’s lone win over the maize and blue occurred all the way back in 2014 in its inaugural campaign as a member of the conference. It went on to shock Michigan in the Big House 13-16 as 6-point underdogs on that day. Since that glorious win for the program, U of M has run roughshod over the turtles in going 4-0 straight up and against the spread per the closing college football odds. Last year’s meeting in Ann Arbor resulted in a 42-21 win and cover for the Wolverines as 17.5-point favorites. Shea Patterson had a big game under center in completing 19 of 27 passes for 282 yards and 3 TD. Anthony McFarland was also shut down in that one in accruing just 34 yards on nine carries. If you plan on backing the Wolverines in this matchup, be prepared to lay around two touchdowns!
Virginia Tech at Notre Dame | 2:30pm | NBC
UTEP at North Texas | 3:30pm | NFL Network
Middle Tennessee at Charlotte | 3:30pm | ESPN3
Marshall at Rice | 3:30pm | Facebook
Georgia vs. Florida (in Jacksonville, FL) | 3:30pm | CBS
Only twice in the last 15 matchups between the Gators and Bulldogs has either team only managed to win one matchup in a row. This has been a streaky rivalry through the years; heading into the 2019-20 run-in, it’s the Dawgs that hold the upper hand. Since rattling off three straight wins from 2014-16, the Gators have seen themselves get outscored 78-24 in the last two meetings to go 0-2 both straight up and against the spread. Each of those meetings combined for high scorers with Jacob Fromm being masterful in by combining to complete 21 of 31 passes for 341 yards and 4 TD! Florida simply had no shot of defending the ground game in 2017 and the passing attack last year. It’ll be interesting to see what defensive coordinator Todd Grantham cooks up against the team he formerly coached for. Georgia will enter the game favored for the third straight time as it hit the board as 3.5-point favorites on the Game of the Year betting lines.
Army at Air Force | 3:30pm | CBSSN
Florida Atlantic at WKU | 4pm | ESPN+
Boise State at San Jose State | 10:30pm | CBSSN
Troy at Coastal Carolina
TCU at Oklahoma State
NIU at Central Michigan
Northwestern at Indiana
Ole Miss at Auburn
Oregon at USC
It sure seems like the Ducks have had a big game every week of the season as much as we’ve covered them to this point of it! Week 10 will be no different when Mario Cristobal’s kids storm the Coliseum looking to avenge the ugly 45-20 defeat it incurred the last time it paid these hallowed grounds a visit. That defeat actually snapped Oregon’s two-game win streak at USC in a big way as the Trojans rallied behind Sam Darnold and Ronald Jones to secure the one-sided win and cover in front of the 74K+ in attendance that day. If Justin Herbert is truly a contender to win the Heisman this year as well as possibly the No. 1 pick in next year’s NFL Draft, this is going to have to be a game in which he shines. He failed to do so in his lone career start against the Trojans managing just 162 yards and 1 TD pass. Linemakers currently side with him and his teammates however by the slimmest of margins with the Quack Attack set as 1-point favorites versus USC on the Game of the Year betting lines at top rated sportsbooks.
Oregon State at Arizona
Pitt at Georgia Tech
Rutgers at Illinois
SMU at Memphis
Tulsa at Tulane
Nebraska at Purdue
Big Red will be out for blood in Week 10 when they match wits with a Purdue squad that went into Lincoln a short season ago and came out with a two-touchdown road win and cover as 3.5-point favorites at the end of last September. Now Jeff Brohm gets the benefit of hosting Nebraska this time around in hopes of leading the program to back-to-back wins over the Cornhuskers for the first time since the teams became B1G West rivals back in 2013. Easier said than done however with Adrian Martinez likely in store for a huge showing after shredding the Boilers’ defense for 323 yards and a couple touchdowns through the air, and then adding another 91 scoreless yards on 18 carries on the ground. From a power ratings perspective, these teams are nearly identical so expect to see the home based Boilermakers laying upwards of a field goal when they collide on a possibly wintry Saturday in November.
UAB at Tennessee
UNLV at Colorado State
Utah at Washington
UTSA at Texas A&M
Vanderbilt at South Carolina
Virginia at North Carolina
Wofford at Clemson
Arkansas State at ULM
Texas State at Louisiana
New Mexico at Nevada
NC State at Wake Forest
Boston College at Syracuse
Miami (FL) at Florida State
While this historic rivalry doesn’t offer up the same type of intrigue with both programs being down, it’s still Miami versus Florida State so that in and of itself is to likely have this game one of the big attractions of the week at offshore sportsbooks. As bad the Seminoles were last season, Willie Taggart’s kids still summoned up enough energy and competitiveness to give the heavily favored Canes a run for their money in their own house. Miami went off the board as decided 14-point home favorites to win the game but came nowhere close to covering the chalk after escaping with the 28-27 win by keeping FSU scoreless in the fourth and final quarter to secure the victory. With that, you can expect to see the Seminoles once again laying points in the rivalry for the first time since winning but failing to cover back in 2015 when they logged the 29-24 win but just came up short of covering the 6.5-point spread. Look for them to be laying 3-4 points this time around if going by current power ratings heading into the regular season.
Liberty at UMass
Kansas State at Kansas
Houston at UCF
Fresno State at Hawaii
Colorado at UCLA
Cincinnati at East Carolina
BYU at Utah State
The battle for the Beehive State commences in Week 10 when the BYU Cougars and Utah State Aggies collide in Logan. This time around, former head coach Gary Anderson will be back on the sideline for the home team after Matt Wells bolted for Texas Tech to fill the Red Raiders coaching vacancy. USU only managed one win through four tries against the Cougars throughout his first tour of duty overlooking the Aggies football program from 2009-2012. However, he did help lead the team to four covers in those matchups which is more or less the only thing those actually reading these pieces are concerned with. It won’t be a walk in the park extending that win streak running up against a BYU team that’s gotten its teeth kicked in by Utah State the last two seasons in losing by the aggregate score of 85-44. Most shocking about both results was the fact that each game went off the board at online sportsbooks at a pick ‘em – no respect! This time around however, BYU might be laying points in the visitor’s role with it considered to be the decidedly better team when going on current power ratings.
Buffalo at Eastern Michigan
Mississippi State at Arkansas
Akron at Bowling Green
NCAA Football Teams
2019 NCAA Football Schedule
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