Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 10

Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 10

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Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 10


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What ten games appear to be the best bets and the best point total picks going into Week 10? Here you go. Enjoy.

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10 Best Over/Under Point Total Picks So Far: 46-44

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

– Utah State at Hawaii 71.5 UNDER
Texas A&M at Auburn 48.5 UNDER
Fresno State at UNLV 60.5 UNDER

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10. Missouri at Florida

LINE: Florida -6, o/u: 57.5

It was better when this was a few points higher, but it should still be okay between these two in what should be more of a defensive fight than expected.  Three of the last four Florida games have gone under 57.5 points, and tow of the last three Missouri games have been under the mark.

Is the Mizzou offense that scored just ten points against Alabama and 14 against Kentucky going to blow up? Nah. This should be played in the 20s on both sides, at best.

9. Alabama at LSU

LINE: Alabama -14.5, o/u: 53.5


For any of you who remember 2011, you’re still scarred/remember the famous 9-6 LSU win over Alabama, it’s hard to ever envision a battle between these two to be any sort of a shootout.

Yeah, Alabama has scored 51 points or more on its own in six games, but it’s not about to do that in Baton Rouge.

The Bama scoring defense hasn’t been the brick wall it’s been over the last few seasons, but LSU’s offense isn’t about to crank up a big number. This should be a more measured, lower scoring battle, and if it goes big offensively one way, it’s almost certainly not going to be helped by the other side.

8. Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State

LINE: Mississippi State -23.5, o/u: 48.5

Mississippi State games tend to be low scoring affairs.

In every game this season, at least one team in an MSU game has scored 13 points or fewer, and in seven of the previous eight before the 28-13 Bulldog win over Texas A&M, one team scored ten points or fewer.

Against FBS teams, six of the seven games went under 48.5.

Three of the last four Louisiana Tech games have had one team that scored 13 points of fewer, and all four were under 48.5.

This isn’t likely to be any sort of a shootout.

7. Syracuse at Wake Forest

LINE: Syracuse -6.5, o/u: 77.5

All you care about is that Wake Forest isn’t good.

The defense is getting ripped to shreds, giving up 35 points or more in five of the last six games, and in the one game it didn’t, it easily rolled by the 77.5 point total.

And the offense hasn’t been awful, either, with 56 points in two of the last four games. Syracuse has been good for 40 points or more five times, and it should be able to do it again in a wild shootout.

6. Oklahoma at Texas Tech

LINE: Oklahoma -13.5, o/u: 77.5

It’s a big, big number, and it doesn’t always work out like you’d think it would when it comes to Texas Tech games, but who doesn’t want to enjoy the moment if this things gets out of hand if Oklahoma goes Oklahoma?

The Sooners have scored 45 points or more in six of the eight games, and they’ve put up 63 and 66 in two games. If they’re on, they’re going to handle almost all of the work by themselves.

As long as Texas Tech can come up with about 24 points or more, there shouldn’t be an issue.

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