College Football Week 7 Odds: NCAA betting preview, lines and predictions
It’s another week on the collegiate gridiron as BetRivers.com has all the College Football Week 7 odds, props, and lines for a wild weekend of NCAA football.
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The weekend is headlined by a showdown between No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia, but there are a handful of games with interesting lines worth some action.
Longtime sports broadcaster and gambling expert Michael Jenkins is here to run through the notable college football Week 7 odds, including some insight on the matchups he has circled and the lines worth your investment.
College Football Week 7 Odds:
#14 BYU (4-0) at Houston (1-0). 9:30 p.m. ET (Friday)
Moneyline: BYU -190, Houston +155
Spread: BYU -5.5
Over/Under: 63 points
BYU was flying under the radar for a couple of weeks, but no more. Despite a close 27-20 scrape with UTSA last Saturday, BYU is off to a 4-0 start behind the play of quarterback Zach Wilson. Now the Cougars head down to Houston for a Friday night tussle with Dana Holgorsen’s bunch, which needs to clean things up after turning over the ball five times in a 49-31 victory over Tulane.
The Over is 4-0 in BYU’s last four games against teams with a winning record.
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#1 Clemson (4-0) at Georgia Tech (2-2). 12:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Clemson -10000, Georgia Tech +1600
Spread: Clemson -27
Over/Under: 63 points
I, too, also hope my favorite college football team gets to the point where fans get a little bored with the fact that they win every weekend. That’s hyperbole, sure, but the Tigers just keep piling up the victories and dominated Miami 42-17 last weekend.
Clemson is 5-1 ATS in its last six games and now hits the road to meet Georgia Tech and a Yellow Jackets defense that surrenders almost 449 yards per game. Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is the Heisman favorite at BetRivers at +150.
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Louisville (1-3) at #4 Notre Dame (3-0). 2:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Louisville +500, Notre Dame -835
Spread: Notre Dame -17
Over/Under: 64 points
Remember when the Cardinals were supposed to be good this season? Neither do I. Louisville has lost three straight games and now heads to South Bend to meet the #4 Irish. Notre Dame is playing its fourth consecutive game at home and is still looking for a decent challenge. Duke, South Florida, and Florida State ain’t it. Is that what the kids say? No idea.
The early money hit Notre Dame quickly and has pushed this line from Irish -14 to Irish -17.
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#11 Texas A&M (2-1) at Mississippi State (1-2). 4:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Texas A&M -265, Mississippi State +200
Spread: Texas A&M -7
The Aggies got a massive win last week when they upset Florida in College Station, but who knows what is waiting for them on Saturday in Starkville. Mississippi State mad scientist Mike Leach won’t commit to a starting quarterback, but either K.J. Costello or Will Rogers will get the call. Costello went from early-season Heisman candidate after his breakout, five-touchdown performance against LSU to falling off the map when he threw four interceptions in a 24-2 loss to Kentucky.
Yes, the Bulldogs scored only two points. One, two. Two points. The favorite is 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings between these teams.
Click here for the full list of Texas A&M-Mississippi State Odds
#5 North Carolina (3-0) at Florida State (1-3). 7:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: North Carolina -480, Florida State +360
Spread: North Carolina -13.5
Over/Under: 64 points
Seeing the Tar Heels ranked in the Top 5 isn’t normally a big deal–until you realize that this is the football team we’re talking about. There’s more to this team than headliner Sam Howell. The sophomore quarterback has been solid this season, but it was the Carolina ground game that punished Virginia Tech for 399 rushing yards last week.
The Heels are 4-0 ATS in their last four games against team with losing records, and Florida State fits the bill. The Seminoles are a mess, but they do appear to have found their quarterback in upstart Jordan Travis.
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