College Football Gambling Locks: Week 9

Chase Irles locks (@IrleChase)

Season record (25-20)

Pitt (-9) against Miami

Miami burned by beating NC State last week, but I’m still not buying it. Pitt is legitimate and they should deal with the hurricanes.

Iowa (+3.5) in Wisconsin

For my life I can’t understand it, but Vegas was ridiculously high in Wisconsin all season and it burned her. This is another trap line they are laying out there, but there is no way I can bring Iowa here with the dots. This game could end either way, and it will likely be decided by a field goal.

UGA (-14) vs. Florida

I’ll take Georgia and the two notes here. I think AR15 is getting started which might make things interesting, but he’s still a freshman up against the best defenses in the nation. That’s a recipe for disaster, and Florida has struggled to stop the run year round. Give me the dawgs by more than two points.

Minnesota (-7.5) vs. Northwest

The Gophers have been playing a good ball for weeks and I expect that to continue this week against a bad team from the Northwest.

Auburn (-3) vs. Ole Miss

This Auburn team is way better than people think and this stadium gets noisy on Saturday night. I think Auburn wins this game behind its home crowd.

Kentucky (-1.5) in the state of Mississippi

Total trap, but I’ll take the cheese. Kentucky is legitimate.

Jake Gordon’s locks (@cantguardjake)

Season record (29-20)

Auburn (-3) vs. Ole Miss (under 66)

The crowd will make all the difference. Auburn is one of the toughest places in college football.

Georgia (-14) vs. Florida

I don’t like to bet on my teams, but that’s free money. The Dawgs roll in a game of revenge in Jacksonville.

Pittsburgh (-9) vs. Miami

I’m here with Chase. Expect Miami to follow a big win with a dud on the road.

Wisconsin vs. Iowa (under 17.5 1H)

I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if this game were goalless at halftime.

Virginia Tech (+4) at Georgia Tech

Larsen Griffeth’s tips

Season record: (19-9-1)

Tulsa -11 versus Navy

This has slowly become my favorite pick of the week. After a week of bye, Tulsa will receive the Navy, which has only six days of rest. The Navy gave it their all against Cincinnati last weekend, and I expect Tulsa’s top ten defense to fill it in.

Iowa State over 27.5 points in West Virginia

Is the State of Iowa Back? Let’s see if they can fight after a big win last weekend. I like this game to pass, but since I think the state of Iowa will win, I’ll take their team’s grand total. The Cyclones have scored over 28 points in four of their last five games, and West Virginia has shown their ability to give up big points. You only need four touchdowns to win this one.

Boston College +6.5 in Syracuse

On the surface, that doesn’t make much sense. BC had struggled for the past three weeks while Syracuse kept getting better. Still, I find seven points too many. Experts like the under, which means BC can stay in until the end. I take Jeff Hafleys Eagles, especially with a large crowd at the Cuse.

Auburn -3 versus Ole Miss

Has Matt Corral got the Heisman yet? The media basically named Corral the winner for the past few weeks, but I think he’s struggling here. A night game at Jordan-Hare … that’s tough. I’ll follow my gut instinct and the experts here and take auburn.

Arizona +13 1H at USC

This is Larsen’s Statistical Piece of the Week. I took Arizona 1H last week and they got it covered. They may not win, but they tend to fight in the first half. Arizona is 3-1 ATS 1H in conference play, with their three wins as a big underdog. USC, meanwhile, are 1-5 ATS 1H in their last six games. I will follow the trend.

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