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2019 NCAA Football Week 3 Betting

NCAA Football Week 3 Betting Odds

A solid mix of conference and non-conference matchups litters the college football betting slate in Week 3 at online sportsbooks. Wetting everyone’s whistle will be the Friday Night Lights matchup between the Cougars from Washington State and Houston. That sets up an appetizing list of matchups on Saturday that begins with the 100th all-time matchup between PITT and Penn State in the “The Keystone Classic”. It will be followed shortly thereafter by the first SEC on CBS matchup of the season when Alabama faces off against South Carolina in Gamecocks’ territory. Other notable matchups include Arizona State and Michigan State squaring off in East Lansing and Florida looking for revenge against Kentucky. However, the best game of the week takes place in Ames, Iowa where Iowa State will host Iowa. College Gameday is headed there for the first time ever, and you will feel the electricity through the TV screen.

2019 College Football Week 3 Betting Schedule

College Football Friday, September 13, 2019

North Carolina at Wake Forest (-2.5, O/U 65) | 6pm | ESPN

Kansas at Boston College (-21.5, O/U 53) | 7:30pm | ACC Network

Washington State vs. Houston (+9.5, O/U 74.5) (NRG Stadium) | 9:15pm | ESPN

The Cougars lured Dana Holgorsen away from Morgantown in the offseason to help reshape the program after it spun its wheels during the Major Applewhite regime. Unfortunately, he and his kids will have their hands full contending with a Cougars squad that feels it’s still a bonafide threat to compete for the Pac-12 title.

College Football Saturday, September 14, 2019

Arkansas State at Georgia (-33.5, O/U 57.5) | 12pm | ESPN or ESPN2

Chattanooga at Tennessee | 12pm | SEC Network

Eastern Michigan at Illinois (-7.5, O/U 55) | 12pm | Big Ten Network

Furman at Virginia Tech | 12pm | ACC Network

Kansas State at Mississippi State (-8, O/U 48) | 12pm | ESPN or ESPN2

Maryland at Temple (+8, O/U 62.5) | 12pm | CBSSN

Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati (-16.5, O/U 48) | 12pm | ESPNU

NC State at West Virginia (+6.5, O/U 48) | 12pm | FS1

Ohio State at Indiana (+15, O/U 61) | 12pm | FOX

Pitt at Penn State (-17, O/U 53.5) | 12pm | ABC

As already stated, the Panthers and Nittany Lions have seen a ton of one another over the years. This one just so happens to be the 100th meeting, so even more will be on the line when Pat Narduzzi’s kids invade State College looking to take it to their in-state rivals. Last season Pittsburgh was waxed at home 51-6 as 7.5-point underdogs per last season’s closing college football odds. Though the Panthers have to fill some major voids in the backfield, the offense is likely to take on more of a passing mentality with new offensive coordinator Mark Whipple now at the helm. Penn State’s defense will no doubt be the strength of the team entering the regular season with so much lost from last season on the other side of the ball, so this will be a solid litmus test for the Panthers.

The Citadel at Georgia Tech | 12:30pm | RSN

Air Force at Colorado (-3.5, O/U 58.5) | 1pm | Pac-12N

Florida Atlantic at Ball State (+2.5, O/U 65) | 2pm | ESPN+

Norfolk State at Coastal Carolina | 2pm | ESPN3

New Mexico at Notre Dame (-34.5, O/U 61) | 2:30pm | NBC

Akron at Central Michigan (-3, O/U 46.5) | 3pm | ESPN+

Alabama at South Carolina (+25, O/U 60) | 3:30pm | CBS

The Cocks and Crimson Tide haven’t crossed paths since 2010. Will Muschamp has done a yeoman’s job of reigniting the Gamecocks’ football program, but he just so happens to coach a team in a conference and division that numerous teams that are expected to compete for spots in the College Football Playoff. South Carolina will be starting a true freshman quarterback in Ryan Hilinski, and that has seen the college football betting odds rise from Alabama by 20 to 25 as of Monday night.

Army at UTSA (+16.5, O/U 45) | 3:30pm | NFL Network

East Carolina at Navy (-7.5, O/U 55) | 3:30pm | CBSSN

Georgia Southern at Minnesota (-16, O/U 48) | 3:30pm | Big Ten Network

Memphis at South Alabama (+19, O/U 61) | 3:30pm | ESPNU

Oklahoma State at Tulsa (+14, O/U 65.5) | 3:30pm | ABC/ESPN/2

Stanford at UCF (-7, O/U 58) | 3:30pm | ABC/ESPN/2

UNLV at Northwestern (-20, O/U 55.5) | 3:30pm | Big Ten Network

USC at BYU (+4.5, O/U 52) | 3:30pm | ABC/ESPN/2

Iowa at Iowa State (+2, O/U 44.5) | 4pm | FS1

Southeastern La. at Ole Miss | 4pm | SEC Network Alt

Louisville vs. Western Kentucky (+9, O/U 55.5) (in Nashville, TN) | 4pm | Stadium

Colorado State at Arkansas (-9.5, O/U 59.5) | 4pm | SEC Network

Arizona State at Michigan State (-13.5, O/U 45) | 4pm | FOX

Many people laughed when they heard Herm Edwards came out of retirement to take over ASU’s football program last season, but you certainly don’t hear any cackles now after the Sun Devils went onto win seven games and gave an excellent Fresno State team its money’s worth in the Las Vegas Bowl. But what will he bring in year two of the undertaking? Though Michigan State has regressed a bit over the last two seasons, Mark Dantonio is still one of the best coaches in the conference and country. His kids will be sky high for their first run-in of the season against a Power Five opponent. Michigan State is ecstatic that this game will be in temperate East Lansing after being gassed in the desert heat last season.

Bethune-Cookman at Miami (FL) | 4pm | ACC Network

Cal Poly at Oregon State | 4:15pm | Pac-12 Network or ORE

Idaho State at Utah | 4:15pm | Pac-12 Network or MTN

North Texas at California (-14, O/U 55) | 4:15pm | Pac-12 Network

Louisiana Tech at Bowling Green (+10, O/U 55.5) | 5pm | ESPN+

Idaho at Wyoming | 5pm | ESPN3

UMass at Charlotte (-18.5, O/U 65.5) | 6pm | ESPN3

Southern Miss at Troy (-2, O/U 49) | 6pm | ESPN+

SC State at USF | 6pm | ESPN3

Buffalo at Liberty (+4, O/U 58) | 6pm | ESPN+

Ohio at Marshall (-5.5, O/U 50.5) | 6:30pm | Facebook

Lamar at Texas A&M | 7pm | ESPN2 or ESPNU

Texas State at SMU (-17, O/U 58.5) | 7pm | ESPN3

New Hampshire at FIU | 7pm | ESPN3

Weber State at Nevada | 7pm | ESPN3

Murray State at Toledo | 7pm | ESPN3

Kent State at Auburn (-35, O/U 51.5) | 7pm | ESPN2 or ESPNU

Georgia State at Western Michigan (-10.5, O/U 65) | 7pm | ESPN+

Florida at Kentucky (+8, O/U 50.5)  | 7pm | ESPN

The University of Kentucky is known as a basketball school. But that wasn’t the case in 2018-19 when Mark Stoops’ Wildcats won 10 games and went onto defeat Penn State in the Citrus Bowl. One of those wins just so happened to come against Dan Mullen’s Gators, and it snapped the program’s bazillion game win streak against Kentucky. In all seriousness, it put an end to the losing streak at 31 straight games! You can bet your bottom dollar a Gators squad with SEC East title dreams won’t allow for that mishap to go unpunished. Florida will once again be installed decisive favorites at offshore sportsbooks to start another win streak against the Wildcats.

Duke at Middle Tennessee (+6, O/U 52.5) | 7pm | Facebook

Southeast Missouri at Missouri | 7:30pm | SEC Network Alt

Texas Southern at Louisiana | 7:30pm | ESPN3

TCU at Purdue (+1, O/U 53) | 7:30pm | Big Ten Network

Northwestern State at LSU | 7:30pm | SEC Network

Hawaii at Washington (-21, O/U 58.5) | 7:30pm | Pac-12 Network

Clemson at Syracuse (+28, O/U 58.5)  | 7:30pm | ABC

The defending champs opened as lofty 18-point favorites to defeat the Orange on the Game of the Year lines at online sportsbooks. While the Tigers have many new faces to plug in on the defensive side of the ball, that’s not the case on offense. Stud quarterback Trevor Lawrence is back at the helm, and at his disposal is arguably the most electric running game in the country. While the overall play of the defense is something to monitor, it’s going to take heaping loads of points to get the best of Clemson this season. Syracuse has not been the same on offense with Tommy DeVito taking over for Eric Dungey, and offensive line issues for the Orange has led to the NCAAF betting odds in this game rising dramatically.

Florida State at Virginia (-7.5, O/U 56.5) | 7:30pm | ACC Network

Missouri State at Tulane | 8pm | ESPN3

San Diego State at New Mexico State (+16, O/U 51) | 8pm | PPV

NIU at Nebraska (-14, O/U 54.5) | 8pm | FS1

Oklahoma at UCLA (+23.5, O/U 68) | 8pm | FOX

Texas vs. Rice (+30.5, O/U 57) (in Houston, TX) | 8pm | CBSSN

Portland State at Boise State | 10:15pm | ESPN2

Texas Tech at Arizona (+2, O/U 73.5) | 10:30pm | ESPN

Montana at Oregon | 10:45pm | Pac-12 Network

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