Another week is at hand and we are on the hunt for more winners in college football, looking to continue to build that bankroll. It is never easy, thus digging deep is imperative to have success.
This week we are thin on marquee matchups, yet there are some spreads that should be viewed from both perspective against the college football odds which could lead to profits.
For an early look at college football picks, this is what sticks out.
The fall of the Baylor football program has been swift and this is before any real sanctions have come forth. The Bears are 0-3 SU and ATS and are making the transition from spread offense and taking numerous shots down the field, to more traditional offense with new head coach Matt Ruhle and you can see the players thinking rather than reacting. Defensively, Baylor lacks perimeter speed, especially in space and this is where quarterback Baker Mayfield and his receivers could generate multiple big plays and take the will away from the Bears. Some might shy away from -27 on the Sooners, but I like a 56-20 final and would also recommend Oklahoma on the first half line at -15 or less.
Free Football Pick – Oklahoma -27
It makes sense Houston should be a six-point favorite over Texas Tech. Kliff Kingsbury knows little and seemingly could care less about defense for his Red Raiders team, even if his job is in jeopardy by most accounts.