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College Football Picks ATS: Week 10

Locks

Notre Dame vs Wake Forest: ND -14

Wake is coming off a “big” win against Louisville but after watching NC state play ND last week I think we know how this game is going to go. ND is 7-1 ATS and beat the socks off NC State last week and are in pursuit of the CFP. ND benefited from injuries and State being gassed in cold weather. This game isn’t going to be as cold, but the weather is calling for rain which Wake is probably hoping for, a slippery mud bowl with sloppy play and turnovers. That is the ONLY way Wake Forest keeps this game close.

UGA vs USC: UGA  -24

UGA keeps blowing people out. SC is a decent team, but they have struggled with the opponents that UGA makes look like high schoolers. The gamecocks get laid to rest between the hedges this weekend.

Northern Illinois vs Toledo: Over 57

This is going to be a good game to watch if you are big on the MAC attack. Winner of this game will basically be the Winner of the MAC western conference. High scoring affair here

Degenerate

Penn State vs Michigan State: Penn State -8.5

Finally I can go against Michigan State. I have had a love hate relationship with them all year, but after last week I am done with them. Penn State bounces back this week. Screw you sparty.

Georgia Tech vs Virginia: Georgia Tech -10

From a bettors standpoint GT is the alpha, they are the only unbeaten ATS at 6-0-1. I don’t really like -10 but can you really go against someone that continually covers? The answer is NO, NO, not until they lose. (which since I said that will probably be this week)

Marshall vs FAU: Marshall +7.5

Joey Freshwater finally has FAU playing football. This is a pretty even match up both teams 6-2 ATS. Both teams in the conference title picture. The line started at -10 and money has moved it to 7.5. I think Marshall is the better team. The line is bigger than it should be because theres too much emphasis on Lane Kiffin. I think this game will be a grinder, and the hook will come into play so, give me the points with Marshall.