Scott Hastings’ Best College Football Bets: Week 7

Both spread bets swept such as our underdog Temple Owls winning. That being said, it was the opposite Arizona States defense disappearing, on the totals with a few surprising performances, notably, although Arkansas allowed the fewest points season. Overall, we ended and now we have another five championships for Week 8.
Florida vs South Carolina Game Center
Both of these teams go with different emotions into Week 8. South Carolina is coming off a gigantic mad at then-No. 3 Georgia week as a underdog. Meanwhile, the Florida tasted defeat for the very first time this season, falling. 5 LSU Tigers. Even after giving up 42 points to LSU, Florida has allowed an average of only 14.1 points per game that are the 10th-fewest in college soccer. In Addition, the Gamecocks choose to get a lot of their lawns Throughout the run match with senior running back Rico Dowdle, but the Gators surrender only 110.9 rushing yards per game. ??
East Carolina vs UCF Game Center
Early in the season, the UCF Knights were the darling of everyone, jumping out to a 3-0 SU and ATS album including a strong win over Stanford. On the other hand, the subsequent week the Knights dropped at a week at Cincinnati and Pitt , today, UCF is dead to many bettors. I think this is the chance to hop to the Knights at home to the East Carolina Pirates. UCF has covered with East Carolina eight of the last 10 encounters, including the last three in a row using an average winning margin above those three contests of 29. The Pirates have topped 25 points only once this year and also the Knights have let the points each match. UCF should get a great deal of succeeding in Week 8.
Nevada vs Utah State Game Center
The Utah State Aggies are back in action after their bye looking to get back into the win column after falling at then-No. 5 LSU the week before 42-6. Last week, after enduring its second blowout loss of the year, the Nevada Wolf Pack rebounded with a narrow win over San Jose State. Nevada moved on from freshman QB Carson Strong last week and switched to Malik Henry leading the squad into some season-high 41 points, however its defense gave up 38 points, the time its given up more than 30 points this season. The pass can not block this year, interrupting 297 passing yards. The Aggies have a better offense and protection and should pound against the Wolf Pack.
West Virginia vs Oklahoma Game Center
The No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners outlasted then-No. 11 Texas last week stay undefeated and to win the Red River Showdown 34-27. West Virginia is currently facing its first losing streak of the season, falling at home to then-No. Iowa State along with also 11 Texas 42-31 a week 38-14. As shown in those last two dents, the Mountaineers have fought to slow down their resistance, giving an average of 30.3 points per game and are now confronting the third-highest scoring team in the country from the Sooners in 50.2 ppg. The complete has gone OVER in each of the past five meetings between those schools with a mean combined score of 87, for example 115 last year, I understand various groups over year, but I will have a 50-point fall off and hit the OVER.
Baylor vs Oklahoma State Game Center
The No. 18 Baylor Bears seem to keep their perfect 6-0 record complete as they see Boone Pickens Stadium together with all the Oklahoma State Cowboys attempting to avoid their first losing slip of 2019. Baylor and Oklahoma State both ranking in the top 20 in points per game this year with the Cowboys amassing 39.8 ppg and the Bears at 37.8 ppg, however, OSU has gone UNDER in three of its last four and the same could be stated for Baylor. The Bears could have gone UNDER in four weeks but had a double-overtime win over Texas Tech a week that moved OVER. Additionally, a couple of the past 3 meetings have gone UNDER between both of these schools and that I expect Baylors run defense to slow down running Chuba Hubbard (OSU) and keep the score low.

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