College Football Games To Bet On In Week 10

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The college football season is flying by! The marquee matchup on this slate is certainly No 8. Georgia against No. 6 Florida and all eyes should be trained on that contest. However, there are a number of ways to find edges in other matchups using BetQL’s platform. 

Here are some of Saturday’s most appealing games to bet on. 

#14 Michigan (6-2) at Maryland (3-5)

UMD +21, O/U 56, 12:00pm EST

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After beating down Notre Dame 45-14 last week, Michigan has received buzz all week. In fact, this line has moved more than any other game on the entire slate (from a 17-point spread to a 21-point spread). You can track line movement on BetQL and gain this type of insight for each and every NCAA football game. 

Maryland has lost five of their last six games and has been outscored by 136 points in that span. They also have allowed 274 passing yards per game (worst in the Big Ten). The door is open for Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson to build off of his success against the Fighting Irish last week. But, will he and the rest of the Wolverines take advantage? That’s the big question.

UTSA (3-4) at Texas A&M (5-3)

UTSA +38.5, O/U 53, 12:00pm EST

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Are you a believer in the Roadrunners? This game has the largest spread on the slate (by over 10 points more than the next-highest), and for good reason. UTSA’s wins have come against FCS Incarnate Word, UTEP (who has won one game), and Rice (who hasn’t won a single game). They’ve been utterly demolished in their losses. 

However, UTSA’s starting quarterback (Lowell Narcisse) is an LSU transfer and operates as a dual-threat. Further, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher and UTSA coach Frank Wilson have been on the record about knowing each other for three decades. Although the SEC team will have a clear talent advantage, will they be able to cover the huge spread? You can view odds across multiple bet types on BetQL and also find out which team our model favors in this matchup. 

Oregon State (3-4) at Arizona (4-4)

ORST +5.5, O/U 71.5, 4:30pm EST 

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If you like watching points go up on the scoreboard, you should probably tune in for this game. Oregon State’s quarterback-receiver duo of Jake Luton and Isaiah Hodgins is among the prolific combinations in the nation and should feast against an Arizona defense that has allowed 51, 41 and 41 points in consecutive weeks. 

Meanwhile, Oregon State’s defense has allowed 31.6 points per game. Although Khalil Tate and Grant Gunnell haven’t exactly been consistent options at quarterback for Arizona, running back J.J. Taylor will return this week, which means the Wildcats backfield will be back at 100 percent against a Beavers run defense that has allowed 191.6 yards per game on the ground. Expect a ton of points in this one, as indicated by the slate-high point total. Access best bets for every point total every week on BetQL.

#21 Boise State (6-1) at San Jose State (4-4)

SJSU +17, O/U 59.5, 10:30pm EST 

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Per BetQL’s Sharp Picks Dashboard, 49 percent of the total bets in this matchup have been placed on San Jose State, but 97 percent of the money has gone on them. That amounts to a 48 percent pro edge, the highest on the slate. This tool can be used to identify what games the “sharps” are on each and every week, and boy, do they love the Spartans in this spot.

San Jose State quarterback Josh Love is making his case to be the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year. The senior has amassed 2,355 yards and has thrown for 15 touchdowns to just three interceptions so far and the Spartans have lost their four games by an average of 12.0 points. Meanwhile, Boise State is coming off their first loss of the season (against BYU). Do you think Boise will cover the 17-point spread on the road? The experts sure don’t!