College Football Week 4 Betting Picks (23′-24′)

New Tailgates and Turnovers Podcast Episode (EP 68) – College Football Betting for Week 4

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Bennett’s College Football Week 4 Betting Picks

Bennett (@bennett_cfb)

Oklahoma @ Cincinnati (+14.5, o/u 57.5)

If you’ve been following me this year you know I’m all over Oklahoma this year from the very start. The defense is looking much better under year two of Venables and the offense is dialed in with Gabriel at the helm. He’s completing over 80% of his passes so far and is just dialed in. Cincinnati’s defense is good up front but has given up big play after big play and they just lost at home to Miami (OH). They’re defeated and it’s not going to be a very welcome to the Big 12 this weekend.

Pick: Oklahoma -14.5 (-110 on Pointsbet)


UCF @ Kansas State (-5, o/u 52.5)


Kansas State obviously just dropped a dud against Mizzou last week, which I called so take that for what you will. They are not a bad team by any means and that’s why I’m back on them this week. After their three losses last year they rebounded and won by a combined 83 points. John Rhys Plumlee is still out for UCF this weekend and expect Kansas State to totally shut down the run and force UCF to pass the ball which is not a strong point in a Malzahn system.

Pick: KState -3.5 (-110 on Caesars)


Additional Week 4 NCAAF Plays:


Marshall -4.5 (-110 on Caesars)

Miami -23.5 (-110 on Rivers)

Syracuse -13.5 (-105 on Caesars)

U36.5 Oklahoma State at Iowa State (-108 on DraftKings)

U47.5 Mississippi State at South Carolina (-110 on Caesars)

Washington -20 (-110 Pointsbet)

Arizona -12.5 (-109 on Rivers)

Oregon -21.5 (-102 on FanDuel)

Hawaii -3 (-110 on Pointsbet)


Moneyline Longshots:


Auburn (+250 on Caesars)

West Virginia (+192 on Caesars)

Michigan State (+250 on FanDuel)

Ricks Week 4 College Football betting Picks

Rick (@RickHHSports)

Oregon State Beavers @ Washington State Cougars (+3, o/u 58.5)

The trendy and highly touted Beavers take on a now ranked Washington State in Pullman in what should tell the nation who is serious about pushing for a PAC 12 title chance compared to just being a scare for the top teams. If you’ve followed me at all, you know I’ve been riding the Beavers since the beginning of last year and I’m not stopping now. The Beavers haven’t blown their opponents out of the water, but why would we expect them to?

The Beavers don’t operate like a traditional PAC 12 team like USC, Oregon, Washington State, and others. They win with the best defense in the conference and an elite offensive line and running back. DJ U will continue to develop into this offense and they will continue to surprise everyone nationally as they offer a proper challenge at the top of the PAC 12. Washington State has looked good, but they haven’t played anyone and Oregon State’s style helps protect them from the natural advantage a road team gives. They should ease their nerves by implementing the run game, and I see the Beavers running away with this one.

Pick: Beavers -3 (-110 on DraftKings)


Ohio State Buckeyes @ Notre Dame Fighting Irish (+3, o/u 55.5)

Is Ohio State’s offense going to figure it out? They certainly have the pedigree and talent to do so, but if they haven’t figured it out yet, are they going to in front of Touchdown Jesus? I’m not sure. I have some trust that they will, and maybe they’ve been saving some of the playbook for this game knowing that they’d win the other two without having to open it up, but we still don’t know what this offense looks like when it’s fully humming, or if it can even get to that point.

What could save the Buckeyes, and what I think will keep this game as close as the line suggests, is their elite defense. Notre Dame’s isn’t bad either and with Sam Hartman firing on all cylinders we should have a fantastic game in primetime Saturday. I think this game is all about the question marks on the Buckeyes and they’ll have to lean on that defense for this game to be won in the 4th. I’ll take the under in a slugfest.

Pick: u55.5 (-110 on BetMGM)


Additional Plays:


Florida State -2 ( -110 onBetMGM)

UCLA +6 (-105 on Caesars Sportsbook)

Alabama -6.5 (-110 on Caesars Sportsbook)

South Carolina -6 (-110 on Caesars Sportsbook)


Moneyline Longshots for Week 4 NCAAF betting:


UCLA ML (+185 on Caesars Sportsbook)

Memphis ML (+205 on Caesars Sportsbook)

SMU ML (+210 on BetMGM)

Pat’s Picks for NCAAF Week 4 Betting – Best Bets in College Football

Pat (@PTsBestTakes)

Florida State @ Clemson (+2.5, o/u 55.5)

A bit weird that the Noles would be upgraded after the close call in Boston last Saturday but it speaks to how talented FSU is. Norvell showed he is up for the big game after the LSU demolition. I expect this to continue on Saturday. The Noles have the better QB and offensive weapons. The defense is good enough, too and is a sell on the trajectory of Klubnik and Co.

Pick: FSU -1.5 (-110 on Pointsbet)


Week 4 NCAAF Moneyline Longshots:


Utah State ML (+195 on PointsBet)

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