Week 7 College Football Betting Tips



[Get Exclusive Tips on our Patreon, Ad-Free
]

College Football bettings tips for Week 7.

After taking college football off for a couple of weeks, I’m back to give it another shot. More data is always a good thing, and I think the stats are a bit more “real” now.

There were a lot of games that looked good this week, and it was hard to narrow them down to just these.

Nine bets, one teaser, and a parlay for this week on Patreon. Seven of those bets are below.

We are now posting some of our betting tips exclusively on Patreon, as well as posting exclusive betting tips there. Here is what you get by supporting us on Patreon:

  • Exclusive betting tips. Not just the tips omitted from these posts, but many exclusive tips as well.
  • Ad-free experience.
  • Priority e-mails; receive the e-mails as soon as the tips are posted rather than hours later.

Click here to support us on Patreon. Thanks!

Friday Night Teaser

Tulane/Memphis Over to 48.5
Colorado to -5.5

I wanted to bet on these games tonight as I like these two quite a bit. The issue was that Colorado line.

This team has been a ton of fun, but the defense leaves a lot to be desired. Stanford isn’t exactly lighting the world on fire right now, but they are going to score and keep it respectable.

Tulane has had a much better defense this year, but this is one of the better offenses they’ve faced thus far. This is a potential conference championship preview so both teams should be on their game. The last six games between these two would be easily over this total.

Tulane/Memphis Over 48.5 & Colorado -5.5

Michigan State vs. Rutgers Betting Tips:

Rutgers has a solid defense and Michigan State’s offense has been a no-show this season. Throw in the home field and it’s an easy pick from me.

MSU have two games scoring under 10 points and a third scoring only 16. While Rutgers defense has looked good in each game, holding Michigan and Wisconsin lower than expected.

Rutgers -5

Florida vs. South Carolina Betting Tips:


Bet Horse Racing - +£21,565.98 profit on £25/pt staking. Click for more details.

(Advertisement but we have tested it out and have been quite impressed with it)

BYU vs. TCU Betting Tips:

Chandler Morris is out for TCU and Josh Hoover is in which should spell trouble. He’s thrown an INT in both games he appeared in while BYU has six picks in five games. The Frogs got beat down last week by Iowa State, and just haven’t looked strong this season.

BYU is never an easy out and they have some really nice wins on the schedule thus far.

BYU +5.5

Kansas vs. Oklahoma State Betting Tips:


Bet Horse Racing - +£21,565.98 profit on £25/pt staking. Click for more details.

(Advertisement but we have tested it out and have been quite impressed with it)

Louisville vs. Pittsburgh Betting Tips:

I just don’t see how Pittsburgh competes. They haven’t competed all season. Why start now?

Four straight losses for Pitt with each one being worse than the last. They are averaging just 266 yards per game at this point. This team is cooked.

Louisville has had a very uneven season with three incredibly close games and three comfortable wins. Last week was maybe their most impressive win of the season over Notre Dame and their confidence should be high. As a comparison, they are averaging 422 yards per game on offense.

Louisville -7.5
Bet Horse Racing - +£21,565.98 profit on £25/pt staking. Click for more details.

(Advertisement but we have tested it out and have been quite impressed with it)

Missouri vs. Kentucky Betting Tips:

I almost bet Kentucky here, but it almost feels like a trap. Like with South Carolina, beware of the -2.5 home favorite.

Kentucky is the ranked team and the home team, but Missouri’s offense has been amazing this season with an average of 469 yards per game and 32.8 points per. Kentucky is behind them in yards, but ahead in points at 34 per game thus far.

Both teams lost last week, but Missouri looked better in loss than Kentucky did. Last week was the fourth straight over and fourth straight game scoring 30+.

This should be a fun one and the over looks like a good bet. It will take 30+ to win.

Missouri/Kentucky Over 50.5

Miami vs. North Carolina Betting Tips:


USC vs. Notre Dame Betting Tips:

USC’s defense is suspect. They’ve allowed 41 in back-to-back weeks. The good news is they have an elite offense that can bail them out, but they aren’t stopping the Irish here.

Notre Dame’s offense started the season on top of the world, but they’ve had a tough schedule the last three weeks and scoring has been down. That should change here if the same USC we’ve been seeing shows up.

This is another game I think it takes 30+ to win.

USC/Notre Dame Over 60.5

NC State vs. Duke Betting Tips:


Bet Horse Racing - +£21,565.98 profit on £25/pt staking. Click for more details.

(Advertisement but we have tested it out and have been quite impressed with it)

$10 MONEYLINE PARLAY

Toledo -1050
Maryland -580
Ohio -235
UNLV -330

Toledo is the lock. Ball State has allowed 40+ in four of six games. Toledo has scored 35+ in their last three.

Maryland looks great as well. The Illini defense has looked really soft while Maryland’s offense has dominated every team outside of Ohio State. Illinois is no Ohio State.

Ohio is a touchdown favorite and the weakest of the bunch, but I love the defense. They have four games allowing 10 points or less thus far. While the NIU offense has two games scoring only 11 points. How is that even possible?

UNLV has scored 40+ in their four wins this year. Nevada is 0-5 and yet to break 24.

Toledo/Maryland/Ohio/UNLV (+139)
Bet Horse Racing - +£21,565.98 profit on £25/pt staking. Click for more details.

(Advertisement but we have tested it out and have been quite impressed with it)