NCAAF Betting: Week 10 Picks & Analysis
Week 10 of the college football season is upon us. We’ll finally get to see the Pac-12 and the Mid-American Conference in action. We’ll also get to see two of the most important matchups of the college football season. These two matchups could very well have some huge implications on the College Football Playoff. Let’s take a look at some of this week’s top games so you can bet against their NCAAF odds.
Picks and Analysis for Week 10 of the 2020 NCAAF Season
No. 1 Clemson (-6) at No. 4 Notre Dame
This could be the game of the year in college football. Notre Dame and Clemson are both undefeated, and both want to stay that way.
Trevor Lawrence will not be playing for Clemson this week. Clemson’s defense will need to play better than it did against Boston College.
Notre Dame seems to do this to us every year. It plays well against weaker opponents, rises in the polls, but then when it meets a powerful opponent, it loses. We seem the Irish losing again. Clemson wins by 10.
No. 8 Florida vs. No. 5 Georgia (-3)
The “World’s Largest Cocktail Party” will take place in Jacksonville, Fla. This game could very well decide who represents the SEC East in the SEC title game.
Florida’s offense averages nearly 30 points per game. It’ll be going up against one of the top defenses in the country.
However, Georgia will be without its best defensive player, Richard LeCounte, who was in an automobile accident. Georgia’s offense isn’t what it has been in the past, but since Florida’s defense is so poor, it will be enough. Georgia wins 30-24.
No. 9 BYU (-3) at No. 21 Boise State
BYU is looking to make its case for a playoff spot. BYU only has three games left on its schedule, so it will be looking to impress the playoff committee.
The Cougars have never won at Boise State, but they have never brought this powerful of an offense to Idaho. Boise State will be able to score, but will it be able to stop the Cougars from scoring?
BYU wins by a touchdown and finally gets a long-awaited victory in Boise.
Stanford at No. 12 Oregon (-10)
The pandemic hasn’t done Oregon any favors. With all of the opt-outs, Oregon isn’t as strong as it could’ve been. The Ducks haven’t played a game in 10 months, so we’re sure that they’ll be a little rusty.
David Shaw always has his teams ready to play, but this version of the Cardinal won’t be as strong as in years past. Stanford lost its best players from last year’s offensive unit that wasn’t that strong.
Oregon will start slow but will pull away late. The Ducks win by 14.
No. 23 Michigan (-3) at No. 13 Indiana
It’s been a long time since the Hoosiers have cracked the top 15. They’ve capitalized on their opportunities and are now sitting at 2-0.
Michigan played well against Minnesota but then laid an egg against Michigan State. Jim Harbaugh hasn’t been as successful as Michigan fans had hoped for, so he’s under constant scrutiny.
Michigan has a better team than Indiana, and it will show it on Saturday. The Wolverines win by 7.