College Football Betting Advice, Final Thoughts: Week 2

College Football Betting Advice, Final Thoughts: Week 2

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College Football Betting Advice, Final Thoughts: Week 2

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Big 12 Betting Advice, Final Thoughts

There’s NO way West Virginia can be THAT punchless, can it? After struggling through Week 1 win over James Madison, the 14 point line against Missouri is way too high. You’re not comfortable, but you’re getting points on the road for a team that’s really not this mediocre.
West Virginia at Missouri Game Preview, Prediction

I hate being nitpicky about lines. Either you have it, or you don’t, and a half a point shouldn’t matter when the spread is massive. With that said, the original call was Kansas State by 24 over Bowling Green, but the line went from 23 up to 25 – the picks are made before looking at the lines. So if this makes any sense, the official call is Bowling Green and the points, but Kansas State is the better play. If you think a team is going to win by 24, don’t whiff because you’re afraid of 25.
Bowling Green at Kansas State Game Preview, Prediction

With that said …

You wanted Baylor-UTSA to trend in the other direction. Baylor will win easily, but UTSA should be able to score just enough to cover the 25 – but it’ll be close, if it does it. You wanted this to go up to 27ish, but it came down. Sticking with the original call.
UTSA at Baylor Game Preview, Prediction

Yay! Taking human suffering and terror and using it to potentially profit! Even without Coastal Carolina being displaced, thanks to all of the hurricane concerns, and assuming the minds of the players are on far more important things … Kansas and the 7. America has been on the Chanticleers, bringing the line down from ten, but with Pooka Williams back, the Jayhawks have an offensive weapon now.
Coastal Carolina at Kansas Game Preview, Prediction

Could Texas beat LSU? Of course. So if the world is handing you 6.5 points to take a look and find out, why wouldn’t you want to give it a shot? Expect more of a defensive fight than expected – the under on the 57 works – and even though LSU is better, take the points.
LSU at Texas Game Preview, Prediction

For all if its pain, misery and problems, UTEP doesn’t normally get totally annihilated. The Miners appear to be a wee bit better this season, but you want every bit of the Texas Tech -34 – especially after it went down a bit. This might just be a far more tuned-up team under Matt Wells than expected.
UTEP at Texas Tech Game Preview, Prediction

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