Can Louisville keep it close or even spring a shocking upset, or will Clemson roll for the second straight week?
Ohio State has been one of the best teams in the country and has absolutely laid waste to every team it has faced. The Buckeyes are eyeing another Big Ten championship and much more.
Iowa will put its unbeaten record on the line this weekend, when the Hawkeyes take on the Michigan Wolverines at the Big House. We have odds and a pick for that anticipated Week 6 game, as well as four more.
We will see more marquee matchups in the weeks to come, but this week of the college football season provides the opportunity to focus on some teams that get after it defensively.
We're once again looking for some big underdogs in Week 4 of the college football season. We've had some success in the first three weeks and there are a few games that provide value once again.
Things are moving along smoothly in Death Valley, and with a remaining schedule that looks quite easy, there aren't any signs the Tigers will slow down. As Clemson enters Week 4 they find themselves 41.5 point favorites against Charlotte.
Zack Rhodes went 4-1 last week and is back again with his expert picks and predictions for a busy weekend of Big Ten action.
The #1 team in the country takes its first road trip of the season this Saturday when Clemson takes on ACC foe Syracuse in primetime. For the folks at ESPN and ABC, there were hopes that Syracuse would show a little more resistance against Maryland last week and they would come into this matchup undefeated but it wasn’t to be. Instead, Clemson enters 2-0 against a 1-1 unranked Syracuse team that finds itself as a 28-point underdog.
The flagship program of the ACC, Clemson will get its first test of the season Saturday. The Tigers are a known commodity. They have been No. 1 or No. 2 in the country for so long, there is a mindset that they will remain there.
A pair of games took place last Saturday, but Week 1's full slate of games begins Thursday, and we’re excited to build upon a successful first season at BetAmerica (35-21-1 ATS) with a weekly four-pack of free picks.