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Arizona State vs Oregon Week 9 Odds

It has not been a year to remember for Oregon after some huge seasons the past few years, but a game against Arizona State could remedy some of their issues. The Ducks are 8-0 SU and 6-2 ATS in their past eight games against the Sun Devils.


If Oregon wants to make any meaningful run toward the top of the Pac-12 they need to find some consistency as the Ducks have alternated wins and losses all season long. In their wins this season Oregon has averaged 47.3 points, but have scored a mere 28.7 points in losses.


Defense has been Arizona State’s hallmark this season, especially in conference play with the Sun Devils allowing a mere 64.8 rushing yards and 2.2 yards per carry in Pac-12 action this season. However, Arizona State’s offense still needs to do their part as they have averaged a mere 16.3 points in their three losses this year.

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UNC 4-1 SU and ATS All-Time vs Pitt

For a long time meetings between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Pittsburgh Panthers were few and far between, but since Pitt joined the ACC in 2013 the two teams are quickly becoming accustomed to one another. In five all-time matchups between the two teams, UNC is 4-1 SU and ATS.

North Carolina, Pitt, and Duke are all 6-1 with an unbeaten conference record, but the Tar Heels likely have the best offense of the bunch. UNC has averaged 38 points per game behind a balanced attack, which has them ranked in the top 40 in both passing yards and rushing yards. The offense has put up some big numbers for the Tar Heels as well, topping the 40-point plateau in four of their past six games.

Pitt is coming off a historic win for the program against Syracuse last week. The Panthers had not been down in the fourth quarter and won a football game since 2009, but they were sparked by a fake punt for a first down that led to the game-winning score.

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OVER is a Smart Bet for Ohio State

Ezekiel Elliott Ohio State Buckeyes

Ohio State’s high-octane offense has gotten used to topping totals with the OVER going 17-8 in their past 25 games. This season has seen the Buckeyes score 37.0 points per game and they have twice topped the 40-point plateau. Ohio State will visit Rutgers Saturday, with the Scarlet Knights coming off a massive win.

Though Ohio State looked impressive in their win over Penn State last week, the question still remains as to who will be the Buckeyes starting quarterback. Ohio State started Cardale Jones who went 9-for-15 with 84 yards, but J.T. Barrett completed all four of his passes for two touchdowns while rushing for 102 yards. 

Rutgers is coming off one of the biggest comebacks of the season after scoring 28 unanswered points in the final two quarters to beat Indiana last week. There was no specific player that took over the game for the Scarlet Knights, as four different players contributed touchdowns in the huge comeback.

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Worst vs First - FSU vs GT Week 8 Odds

Georgia Tech Football

Florida State has been a dominant team over the past several seasons, but that has caused inflated spreads which has helped Georgia Tech go a perfect 6-0 ATS in the last six meetings between the Seminoles and Yellow Jackets. Georgia Tech will host FSU Saturday with the hopes of not just winning ATS, but also SU. 

Supporters of the Seminoles were uneasy heading into halftime with a 7-6 lead against Louisville last week, but those worries turned out to be unfounded. FSU scored 35 points in the second half to take a big win over the Cardinals. The Seminoles offense was carried by running back Dalvin Cook who rushed for 163 yards and two touchdowns despite injury concerns. 

Georgia Tech has now dropped five consecutive games following last week’s loss to Pittsburgh, which ties the Yellow Jackets record for longest single-season losing skid. 


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Utah Continues to Cash on the Road

Utah Utes Quarterback Travis Wilson

There may be no other team quietly dominating the way Utah has so far this season, which could be a big reason why the Utes are 2-0 ATS on the road, which has brought their road ATS record to 8-1 in their past nine away from Rice-Eccles Stadium. Utah will look to continue their road dominance when they visit the faltering USC Trojans Saturday.
Utah remained the only undefeated team in the Pac-12 with a victory over Arizona State last week. Throughout his career with the Utes, quarterback Travis Wilson has dazzled fans with his play one week only to implode the next, but he has limited those mistakes this season with only two games in which he threw more interceptions than touchdowns. 

Things have been a mess at USC over the past several weeks with the team firing coach Steve Sarkisian after his recent troubles with alcohol. Another loss was tallied last week when the Trojans gave up 17 points in the fourth quarter, due in large to quarterback Cody Kessler’s two interceptions in the final frame.


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Hurricanes Hard to Beat at Home

Miami Hurricanes Quarterback Brad Kaaya

Home field advantage has meant a lot to the University of Miami Hurricanes with the U winning 16 of their past 19 games on home soil. So far this season, the Hurricanes are a perfect 3-0 at home and have outscored their opponents 111-53. Miami will need to use all of their home field advantage when they host undefeated Clemson Saturday.

Clemson continues to keep pace with Florida State atop the ACC with both teams being the only two remaining undefeated teams in the conference. After being largely underwhelming this year, Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson had a huge game against Boston College last week, throwing for 420 yards and three touchdowns. 

Miami was looking to run out the clock when a defensive offside gave them a free play last week, and the Hurricanes jumped on the opportunity for the final touchdown that put the game out of reach for Virginia Tech. Despite the U losing two of their past three, quarterback Brad Kaaya has completed over 60 percent of his passes with five touchdowns and no interceptions in those games.


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Spartans vs Hoosiers Week 8 Outlook

LJ Scott Michigan State

Michigan State has been a tough team to bet this season with the Spartans covering only one game despite being undefeated. That trend will need to buck history if it wants to change this weekend as Michigan State is 6-0 SU in their past six against Indiana, but are just 1-5 ATS.


Indiana must have felt secure after scoring 28 points in the third quarter against Rutgers last week, but the Hoosiers defense had a late game collapse that saw the team surrender 28 unanswered points.


Michigan State was on the opposite side of a stunning win when they beat Michigan with a last second botched punt that was returned for a touchdown. The win ensured that the Spartans keep pace in the crowded race atop the Big East with Michigan State, Ohio State, and Iowa all 7-0 SU with 3-0 conference records.

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College Football Week 8 Odds Analysis

The Clemson Tigers are 9-0 straight up and 5-4 against the spread over their last nine games. The Tigers hope to extend that winning streak on the road this Saturday against the Miami Hurricanes.


College Football Week 8 Expert Picks

The Utah State Aggies are 12-0 straight up in their last 12 games as a road favorite and 8-1 against the spread in their last nine games as a road favorite. The Aggies will be going for another win and cover this Friday night at Qualcomm Stadium against the San Diego State Aztecs.


Ole Miss Perfect ATS vs Texas A&M

Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss

Ole Miss and Texas A&M are still relatively new to one another with the two teams having just three contests in their school’s histories. The Rebels has proven to be the safe play when the two power five teams clash with Ole Miss a perfect 3-0 ATS vs the Aggies. 

Texas A&M were undefeated before running into the buzzsaw that was Alabama running back Derrick Henry last week. Despite the Aggies defense struggling more last week than any other game of the season, it was the play of quarterback Kyle Allen that is the biggest concern. The sophomore signal caller threw more interceptions against Alabama (3) than the rest of the season combined (2). 

Ole Miss must have felt confident after jumping out to a 14-point lead within six minutes against Memphis, but the Rebels ended up dropping their second of their past three to the Tigers. The Rebels offense continues to go through wide receiver Laquon Treadwell who caught a school record 14 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown last week.

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