NCAA Football Week 7 Betting Picks

by WagerHome Blog on October 11, 2022

Georgia had a near-miss in NCAA Week 5, and it dropped them out of the No. 1 ranking. In NCAA Week 6, the near-miss belonged to Alabama, and they, too, dropped out of the No. 1 ranking, putting Georgia back in the top spot.

Great team performances abound, as do great individual efforts. Pittsburgh’s Israel Abanikanda ran for 320 yards and six touchdowns, tying the ACC single-game record.

Also accounting for six touchdowns was Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud, who moved the Buckeyes into the No. 2 ranking with a big 49-20 win over Michigan State.

No. 3 Alabama at No. 6 Tennessee (+7.5)

We begin our slate of games with the displaced Alabama Crimson Tide going to Knoxville to take on the high-scoring offense of the Tennessee Volunteers. The Vols are scoring more than 46 points per game on the back of quarterback Hendon Hooker, and he and this offense will keep scoring against Alabama.

Nick Saban is hopeful that Bryce Young can play, but just how effective will he be? Alabama is likely to win this NCAA game, but Tennessee has the offense to keep it close and to cover the spread.


No. 10 Penn State (+7) at No. 5 Michigan

Two years ago, Penn State got the win at Michigan Stadium, but two years ago, Jim Harbaugh’s crew wasn’t at the top of the Big Ten. They are now, with the defending conference champs 3-0 in the Big Ten, even if they did just fail to cover the spread at Indiana.

Penn State hasn’t covered for two straight, looking uninspired in wins against Central Michigan and Northwestern. But this is Michigan, and they will get up for this one, the first of a tough gauntlet that has them playing Michigan, Minnesota, and Ohio State.

Penn State is up for it, and they will cover, even as the Wolverines hold on to win the game.

No. 8 Oklahoma State (+3.5) at No. 13 TCU

TCU nearly came up short last week at Kansas, needing late-game heroics to get past the Jayhawks and their backup quarterback. But they won, and they pushed against the spread – their first non-win against the spread this NCAA season.

Oklahoma State is easily the toughest test of the NCAA season for the Frogs, but they come into this game as underdogs, and that’s why we like them. They were dogs against Baylor, and the Cowboys won outright. And while we’re going to stop short of predicting a win on the moneyline for Oklahoma State, we do like them and the points.

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NCAA Football Week 4 Betting Picks

by WagerHome Blog on September 20, 2022

It was a busy week in college football that saw Arizona State part ways with head coach Herm Edwards. Georgia, already No. 1 in the AP poll, moved past Alabama in the coaches poll thanks to a 48-7 win over South Carolina. And the No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners set a school record for most points scored in Lincoln, Nebraska, with 49.

Hopefully, no more firings, and instead, just great football and winning wagers.

Maryland at No. 4 Michigan (-16.5)

Three football games and three 50-burgers for the Michigan Wolverines, and there’s no reason to think there won’t be another one this week. Jim Harbaugh is 6-0 against Maryland with an average margin of victory of 33 points – which is double this week’s point spread.

Maryland is also 3-0 but 1-2 against the spread against weak competition. Look for Michigan to roll by at least three touchdowns.

No. 5 Clemson at No. 21 Wake Forest (+7)

Clemson started off with an emphatic win over Georgia Tech, but since then, they’ve been sleepwalking. Yes, they beat Louisiana Tech last week, 48-20, but that was 5.5 points under the spread, and it came after only leading 13-7 at halftime.

No more cupcakes for the Tigers as they travel to Wake Forest, who counts a 20-point win at Vanderbilt among their three wins this season.

Can the Tigers turn it on against the Demon Deacons? Enough to win, yes. But this is going to be a close football game that sees Wake cover the touchdown spread.


No. 20 Florida (+11) at No. 11 Tennessee

The Vols look great and are an impressive 3-0 against the spread. But this is Florida, a team that has beaten Tennessee in the last five meetings.

The Gators lost at home to Kentucky and squeaked past South Florida last week, but Anthony Richardson will keep this game close. Tennessee wins the game, but they lose the point spread. Take the Gators and the points.

No. 10 Arkansas vs. No. 23 Texas A&M (-2.5)

The rankings are a little lopsided in this one. Last week Arkansas escaped a close one against Missouri State, failing to cover the spread by 15 points. Meanwhile, the Aggies made up for their embarrassment against Appalachian State with a cover win over Miami.

The Texas A&M offense is struggling, but the defense is playing like one of the best in the country, and the Razorbacks won’t be able to generate much of anything on offense. In a slugfest, Texas A&M covers the modest spread and wins by a field goal.

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NCAA Week 8 Best College Football Bets

by WagerHome Blog on October 19, 2021

In Week 7, we watched No. 2 Iowa suffer a stunning loss to Purdue. Alabama is back after losing to Texas A&M, as they easily handled Mississippi State. And Oklahoma has a star in the making in freshman quarterback Calen Williams, who got another big Sooners win.

It’s now Week 8, and the best college football betting continues. Check out our best NCAA Week 8 college football bets below.

Tennessee at Alabama (-27.5)

Beware an angry Nick Saban. Finishing undefeated and playing for a national championship feels to Saban like a birthright, which is why the loss to Texas A&M back on October 9th was so hard for him to take.

Enter last week, where he took a 17.5-point spread against Mississippi State and turned it into a 40-point win. And this week, he’s now supposed to beat Tennessee by four touchdowns, and you would be foolish to bet against him.

The Volunteers have covered three of six games this year, and they’ve won four games by at least 25 points. But this week, it’s going to be a big loss in Tuscaloosa. The Tide will cover.

Northwestern at Michigan (-21.5)

It’s been quite some time since Michigan played a blowout win. In their first three games, the Wolverines won by an average margin of victory of 35 points. In their last three, the average margin of victory is 10. Although they covered in the last two games, with wins over Wisconsin and Nebraska.

One of those wins for Michigan was at Nebraska, a team that beat Northwestern by 49. This week’s Michigan win isn’t going to be by that seven-touchdown margin, but it will eclipse the three-touchdown margin of the current point spread.

Michigan rolls against the Wildcats and wins this game by more than 28 points. Bet on them to cover the spread.

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Cincinnati (-28.0) at Navy

Cincinnati is 6-0 on the season and 5-1 against the spread, including a 2-0 mark ATS when going on the road. That includes a 10-point cover at Indiana and an 8.5-point cover at Notre Dame. The Bearcats have climbed to the No. 2 ranking in the country, and as much as it was a longshot when the season began, this team is making a solid claim for a playoff spot.

There is only one more ranked team on the schedule, and it isn’t Navy. Cincinnati needs impressive wins, and that requires a cover against the Midshipmen, who just lost by 18 to Memphis. The Bearcats get it done and continue to justify their high national ranking.

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Five Players To Watch When Betting On Run To Win Super Bowl LIV

by WagerHome Blog on December 31, 2019

The NFL playoffs begin this weekend, so we’re going to look at the five players who can make a difference this postseason. If you are currently running your own bookmaking business, it is not too late to capitalize on the increase in sports betting that happens this time of year. The best way to maximize your profits and capture the thrill of customers betting on the NFL postseason is with pay per head software.

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And speaking of the next four weeks, these are the five players that will have the greatest impact on which team will ultimately wins the Super Bowl.

Lamar Jackson, Baltimore

Lamar Jackson is the presumed NFL MVP for 2019, and what a season it’s been. Jackson is a weapon unlike any other in the league, and if he can’t be slowed down, it will be awfully hard for anyone other than the Ravens to win the Lombardi Trophy in Miami on Feb. 2.

Jackson did lose to the Chiefs this year, and last year too. But if they are to meet in the playoffs this year, it will be in Baltimore, and that could make all the difference.

George Kittle, San Francisco

The NFC Championship runs through San Francisco, and the 49ers’ offense runs through tight end George Kittle. In the storied history of the 49ers, only one tight end has ever topped 1,000 yards, and it’s Kittle. And he has done it now two years in a row.

Whichever team has to go on the road in the divisional round and face the 49ers must contain Kittle, or they will have no chance.

Aaron Jones, Green Bay

Aaron Rodgers will someday be in the Hall of Fame, but he may not be the most important Aaron on this year’s Packers team. Aaron Jones is a 1,000-yard rusher who also caught 49 passes for another 474 yards, and it’s not a coincidence that the only three Packers losses this year came in his three worst games.

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When Jones is rolling, so are the Packers. And if he keeps it going in the playoffs, it might be Green Bay winning another title.

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City

Last season’s MVP has the Chiefs heading into the playoffs on a six-game winning streak – the second-longest current win streak in the league (the Ravens have the longest).

Kansas City’s defense is improved from last season’s AFC Championship Game, but if the Chiefs are to win the Super Bowl this year, it will be on the back and arm of Mahomes.

Derrick Henry, Tennessee

It’s a passing league, and Derrick Henry is a running back. There are five teams with at least 12 wins on the season, and Henry plays for the nine-win Wild Card Titans. But he just won the rushing title, topped 200 yards in Tennessee’s Week 17 win that secured its playoff spot, and is averaging 149 yards over the last six weeks.

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been incredible down the stretch, but this team relies on Henry to keep pounding.

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