Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 7

Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 7

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Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 7


What ten games appear to be the best bets and the best point total picks going into Week 7? Here you go. Enjoy.

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10 Best Over/Under Point Total Picks So Far: 31-29

Starting with a few that didn’t quite make the cut, but are still spicy …

Pitt at Notre Dame 56 OVER
Oklahoma State at Kansas State 61.5 OVER
New Mexico State at Louisiana 68.5 OVER

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10. Duke at Georgia Tech

LINE: Georgia Tech -3, o/u: 54

Are you going to believe the Yellow Jackets can keep this going? Granted, they played Bowling Green and Louisville – and the Duke defensive front is far better, but when an offense puts up 129 points in two weeks, that’s a trend worth jumping on until it stops.

A 54 point spread with one team that can get it by itself? That’s not going to happen, but four of the five Georgia Tech FBS games have obliterated the mark, and Duke should be able to crank up at least 30 points on its own – it’ll be closer to 35.

9. Washington at Oregon

LINE: Washington -3, o/u: 57.5

Both teams might have a ton of offensive talent, and this might be a showdown between two future NFL quarterbacks, but the defenses should rule the day.

Even against the mediocre teams – like UCLA and BYU – the Washington offense only hung around the 30s. No Husky game has yet to get to 57.5 points – or come even close.

On the flip side, every Oregon game but the 35-22 win over San Jose State has obliterated the number. Even so, it hasn’t faced a D like this yet. Expect this to be more of a dogfight.

8. Georgia at LSU

LINE: Georgia -7.5, o/u: 50.5

There is a concern that the Bulldog offense goes off. South Carolina has an okay defense, and Georgia scored 41 against it. Missouri’s D isn’t bad, and the the Dawgs put 43 up on the board. So far this year, they have yet to score fewer than 38 points.

But the Georgia defense has only allowed more than 17 points once.

LSU gave up more than 21 points for the first time last week against Florida, and that only happened because of a late pick six. In an afternoon home game in Death Valley, this should be more of a slugfest than a wild shootout.

Or, don’t discount the possibility that one of the defenses shuts the opposing offense do a dead stop.

7. Temple at Navy

LINE: Temple -7, o/u: 49

It’s understandable. You’re worried that the Navy offense that came to a complete stop last week in a 35-7 loss to Air Force shows up on Saturday.


There might be some bangs and bruises, but QB Malcolm Perry is likely a go against a Temple run defense that’s okay, but not amazing.

There is a concern about the Owl D that’s allowed fewer than 20 points in four of the six games so far, but all five FBS games so far have combined for 48 points or more.

Temple scored 49 last week on its own against East Carolina. This won’t be a breeze, but the two should roll past 50.

6. Ole Miss vs. Arkansas

LINE: Ole Miss -6.5, o/u: 67

The Ole Miss offense didn’t come through as expected a few weeks ago in a 38-17 win over Kent State, but the passing game is about to go off against Arkansas.

The Rebels have hit the 70-point mark twice so far, and the 47 against Texas Tech were enough to do the job to get to the over.

Can Arkansas do its part? Defensively, it should, allowing 34 points or more in four of the five FBS games so far. However, the offense has to keep up. If you think the Hogs can come close to 30 points, the over will happen.

Ole Miss as allowed 30 points or more three times so far.

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