College Football Week 7 Picks – Super Six


College Football Super Six Sports Betting Picks

Last week the Super Six in college football managed to go 4-2 and deliver on another winning weekend. Now the overall record for the year is at 15-14-1. Now that the record is over .500, week seven will be a stellar week to start to improve on the record.

Each week I will release my Super Six for the weekend in college football. It will highlight six games on the college football schedule that are worth betting on with an explanation that features the latest odds and sports betting trends.

Here is the Super Six in week seven:

USC at California

Thursday Night Football features two Pac-12 teams for the second week in a row. This week the USC Trojans will travel to Cal to take on the Golden Bears. The odds makers have made the Trojans small favorites in this game, but don’t bite on it. The Golden Bears defense will be able to keep Matt Barkley and the rest of the Trojans in check.

California +3

LSU at Tennessee

The LSU Tigers are undefeated and on top of the college football rankings. They head to Knoxville to take on Tennessee in what should be an easy victory, but don’t count out the Vols. They played LSU tough in the last outing and should have own. The Volunteers are 7-2-2 ATS in their last 11 games overall and cover this game.

Volunteers +15

South Florida at Connecticut

Connecticut is at home in a conference game and they go up against a South Florida team that was ranked in the top 25 at one point. The Bulls were exposed in their last game when Pittsburgh’s game plan demolished BJ Daniels. While Connecticut is not a very good team, this line is inflated. The Huskies are 20-8 ATS in their last 28 games following a loss and keep this one close.

UConn +8

Iowa State at Missouri

Missouri really needs to get back in the win column and a home game against Iowa State could be just what they need. ISU QB Steele Jantz can be rattled easily and although he has talent he has completed just 55% of his passes. Missouri has a workhorse back in Henry Josey and he averages over 10 yards a carry. The Tigers are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games as a favorite of 10.5 or greater and cover the big number in this game.

Missouri -15.5

Navy at Rutgers

Sometimes the best bets are not always in the biggest games and that is the case in this game. Rutgers hosts Navy and although the game may not be appealing, winning money is. Rutgers is due for letdown after a big win against Pittsburgh. Quarterback Kriss Proctor is very effective for Navy and can lead them to a victory. Navy loves to be the underdog as the Midshipmen are 42-17 ATS in their last 59 games as a road underdog. Take the points as the Scarlet Knights are on upset alert.

Navy +4

Miami at North Carolina

The North Carolina Tar Heels are having a great year but they are underrated. Their only loss on the season is to a very good Georgia Tech team. The Heels play perfect defense and are in every game. The public is all over Miami in this game just based on reputation, they are on the wrong side. The Tar Heels are 12-25 ATS in their last 37 games as a home favorite and the Hurricanes are 1-5 ATS in their last six games following a loss.

North Carolina -3

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