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2019 NCAA Football Week 4 Betting

NCAA Football Week 4 Betting Odds

In the blink of an eye, one month of the college football betting season will have expired at online sportsbooks once Week 4 is over. With most teams wrapping up their non-conference slates, conference title races will soon be decided, and many schools will transition to conference play this week. Getting it all started under the Friday Night Lights of FS1 will be a crucial Pac-12 South matchup between the Utah Utes and USC Trojans in the Coliseum. Then, on FOX’s Big Noon Saturday, the Michigan Wolverines are set to invade Madison for a date with the Wisconsin Badgers. The matchup between Notre Dame and Georgia could ultimately prove to be a big one for CFP purposes, and rounding everything out will be the crucial SEC West clash between Auburn and Texas A&M at Kyle Field.

2019 College Football Week 4 Betting Schedule

College Football Thursday, September 19, 2019

Houston at Tulane (-4.5, O/U 56) | 8pm | ESPN

College Football Friday, September 20, 2019

FIU at Louisiana Tech (-10, O/U 51.5) | 8pm | CBSSN

Air Force at Boise State (-8, O/U 55) | 9pm | ESPN2

Utah at USC (+4, O/U 53.5) | 9pm | FS1

The Trojans and Utes are the last two teams to win the Pac 12 South, and they are the favorites to win the division this year. In escaping with a 28-27 win in 2017 as 13-point favorites per the NCAAF betting odds, USC ultimately went on to win the division. Utah returned the favor last year, but the Utes did so in a more commanding fashion. The Utes rallied from a 14-0 first quarter deficit to beat the Trojans 41-28 on their way to the Pac 12 South title. USC enters this season off its first losing campaign since 2000, and the loss of JT Daniels for the season has the Trojans as underdogs at home here.

College Football Saturday, September 21, 2019

Michigan at Wisconsin (-3.5, O/U 43) | 12pm | FOX

Although they are 2-0, the luster is already off the Michigan Wolverines. In the summer, many analysts picked Michigan to win the Big Ten, but an underwhelming win over Middle Tennessee State in Week 1 and a narrow overtime victory over Army two weeks ago has led to the Wolverines being underdogs per the CFB betting odds in Madison. The Badgers have outscored their two opponents by a combined total of 110-0 this season, and Wisconsin is the only FBS team in the nation that has yet to allow a point.

Southern Miss at Alabama (-38.5, O/U 61) | 12pm | ESPN2

Tennessee at Florida (-14, O/U 48.5) | 12pm | ESPN

UConn at Indiana (-27, O/U 58) | 12pm | Big Ten Network

Michigan State at Northwestern (+10, O/U 39) | 12pm | ABC

ULM at Iowa State (-18.5, O/U 55.5) | 12pm | FS1

Morgan State at Army | 12pm | CBSSN

Western Michigan at Syracuse (-6, O/U 66) | 12pm | ACC Network

Elon at Wake Forest | 12pm | ACC Network

California at Ole Miss (-2, O/U 44.5) | 12pm | ESPNU

Boston College at Rutgers (+7, O/U 57.5) | 12pm | Big Ten Network

LSU at Vanderbilt (+23.5, O/U 62.5) | 12pm | SEC Network

Coastal Carolina at UMass (+17, O/U 63) | 1pm | NESN

Louisiana at Ohio (-3, O/U 66.5) | 2pm | ESPN+

CCSU at Eastern Michigan | 3pm | ESPN3

Troy at Akron (+17, O/U 56.5) | 3pm | ESPN+

Auburn at Texas A&M (-4, O/U 47.5) | 3:30pm | CBS

The Aggies more or less dominated last season’s matchup in Jordan-Hare, taking a 24-14 lead into the fourth and final quarter, but Kellen Mond and company failed to see it all the way through. The defense conceded a pair of touchdowns when it mattered most to ultimately fall 28-24. It was a huge win for Auburn backers on the point spread as the Tigers closed at -3.5 per the NCAAF betting odds. The preseason Game of the Year line for this SEC West showdown is virtually unchanged from where it was in the summer.

UCF at Pittsburgh (+12, O/U 58) | 3:30pm | ABC or ESPN2

Washington at BYU (+5.5, O/U 50.5) | 3:30pm | ABC or ESPN2

SMU at TCU (-9.5, O/U 55.5) | 3:30pm | FS1

Temple at Buffalo (+14, O/U 55) | 3:30pm | ESPNU

Bowling Green at Kent State (-10, O/U 58) | 3:30pm | ESPN3

South Alabama at UAB (-9.5, O/U 50) | 3:30pm | NFL Network

Wyoming at Tulsa (-3.5, O/U 46) | 3:30pm | CBSSN

Miami (Ohio) at Ohio State (-39, O/U 59) | 3:30pm | Big Ten Network

Louisville at Florida State (-6.5, O/U 61.5) | 3:30pm | ACC Network

Appalachian State at North Carolina (-3, O/U 58) | 3:30pm | ACC Network

Central Michigan at Miami (FL) (-30.5, O/U 51.5) | 4pm | ACC Network

Kentucky at Mississippi State (-7, O/U 48.5) | 4pm | SEC Network

South Carolina at Missouri (-9.5, O/U 64) | 4pm | SEC Network

New Mexico State at New Mexico (-4.5, O/U 68) | 4:30pm | AT&T SportsNet

West Virginia at Kansas (+4.5, O/U 53) | 4:30pm | ESPN+

William & Mary at East Carolina | 6pm | ESPN3

Wagner at Florida Atlantic | 6pm | ESPN+

Hampton at Liberty | 6pm | ESPN+

Oregon at Stanford (+10.5, O/U 59.5) | 7pm | ESPN

Bragging rights in the Pac-12 North will be on the line in Week 4 when Justin Herbert and the Oregon Ducks invade Stanford Stadium looking to put an end to their three-game losing and coverless streak against the Cardinal. This matchup has no doubt been circled on the Ducks calendar ever since Mario Cristobal’s troops coughed up a 24-7 halftime lead at Autzen Stadium last season and went on to fall by a 38-31 final count in overtime. Not only did the Quack Attack lose the game, but they also failed to cover the three-point spread for their wagering supporters! Stanford was originally favored by 2.5 points in preseason college football betting futures, but injuries have decimated the Cardinal and Oregon is a double-digit road favorite.

Old Dominion at Virginia (-30.5, O/U 48.5) | 7pm | ESPN2

Southern Illinois at Arkansas State | 7pm | ESPN3

Georgia State at Texas State (-3.5, O/U 63) | 7pm | ESPN+

Baylor at Rice (+27.5, O/U 59) | 7pm | CBSSN

Ball State at NC State (-19, O/U 58) | 7pm | ESPNU

Oklahoma State at Texas (-5.5, O/U 74) | 7:30pm | ABC

Charlotte at Clemson (-41, O/U 62) | 7:30pm | ACC Network

San Jose State at Arkansas (-21, O/U 61.5) | 7:30pm | SEC Network

UTSA at North Texas (-18.5, O/U 58) | 7:30pm | Facebook

Notre Dame at Georgia (-14, O/U 56.5) | 8pm | CBS

Now in his 10th season at the helm, Brian Kelly looks to have the Fighting Irish program firmly entrenched as a bona fide CFP contender year in and year out. This Week 4 clash against the Georgia Bulldogs will go a long way in deciding both teams’ fate, but a win by the Irish would be huge considering that they could be favored in every other game this season.  

Nevada at UTEP (+14, O/U 53.5) | 8pm | ESPN3

Nebraska at Illinois (+12.5, O/U 64) | 8pm | Big Ten Network

Sacramento State at Fresno State | 10pm | Facebook

Colorado at Arizona State (-8, O/U 51.5) | 10pm | Pac 12 Network

Toledo at Colorado State (+8.5, O/U 67) | 10:15pm | ESPN2

Utah State at San Diego State (+4, O/U 53.5) | 10:30pm | CBSSN

UCLA at Washington State (-19.5, O/U 59) | 10:30pm | ESPN

Central Arkansas at Hawaii | 11:59pm | Facebook

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