The State News Game Guide: Week 4

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We’re getting back to our bread and butter this week with college football after showcasing our NBA futures last week. While the Spartans are not playing this week, we have some bets that should be able to keep you interested this week. Saturday.

Eli McKown, sports writer (3-3)

With the Golden State Warriors beating the Los Angeles Lakers on opening night, I’m already feeling good with my NBA stuff, but let’s get back to business this week. Although my parlay didn’t hit last week, I’m confident I’ll climb back above .500.

UTSA (-6.5) vs. Louisiana Tech

I continued to ride the Roadrunners, I won’t stop now. While Louisiana Tech is definitely better than its record suggests at 2-4, UTSA is the second best non-power-five team in the country, just behind Cincinnati.

They can beat you in a number of ways on offense, whether it’s on the ground with running back Sincere McCormick or in the air with senior quarterback Frank Harris. Not to mention their defense being as elitist as they come for the USA Conference. This team is incredibly experienced because they made all of their starters from a season ago.

Don’t be shocked if the Roadrunners end the season 12-0 with their remaining schedule.

Northwest (+23.5) vs. Michigan

It’s been a tough year for Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald after bringing the Wildcats back to the Big Ten title game a year ago. However, this team has been playing better lately.

I love that Fitzgerald plans and slows down Michigan’s running attack in this one and keeps him close as the Wolverines can get caught in anticipation of a possible undefeated showdown with you know who.

North Carolina State (-3) vs. Miami (FL)

The state of North Carolina could very well win the ACC this year and Miami could very well be college football’s biggest disappointment this season. With their quarterback D’Eriq King out for the year along with a plethora of other injuries, it’s a Miami fan base that has fully verified.

The Wolfpack is going to go to Coral Gables and make it a family atmosphere for their team, and I like their hot stretch to continue as I think they roll over the Hurricanes with ease.

Jared Ramsey, football beat reporter (3-3)

I was close to winning my soccer game last week, but Nebraska continued their downfall and sank my bet. On the NBA side, the Bucks and Hawks look good right off the bat and I feel good with them all year round. For this week’s bets we are looking for singles that will bring us back above the profit line.

State of Oklahoma (+7) to State of Iowa

The defense of the state of Oklahoma is legitimate. The Cowboys quietly got off to an unbeaten start behind a tough forward seven. Oklahoma State doesn’t look good winning on the backs of their defense instead of scoring 40 points per game, but it’s working for them so far. I think the Cowboys should be able to stay close to a disappointing Iowa State team. The underside (the line is at 47) should also be in play.

Wake Forest (-3) vs. Army

The army has been a chariot this year. The Black Knights were undefeated and were crossing teams before falling in a close game against Wisconsin last week. I hate myself for picking a team that has been fun this year and disrespecting the troops, but I ride with Wake Forest.

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The Demon Deacons should have enough offensive talent to break through the Army’s top seven and overcome the Army’s sluggish offensive. Wake Forest is quietly in contention to win the ACC and / or make a New Year’s Bowl and can’t afford to lose to the Army this weekend.

Kai Havertz scores a goal (+140) against Norwich City

On the other side of the pond, I watch the game between Chelsea and Norwich in “traditional football”. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel will prepare Chelsea to easily score three points against the Welsh side.

Chelsea are expected to win by at least two goals. They have feasted on inferior competition so far and that should continue against Norwich. I think a lot of Chelsea players can end up on the scoresheet on Saturday, but my money goes to midfielder Kai Havertz. The young German is often the pointer for Chelsea’s aggressive counterattack at No.10 and I think he will have plenty of room to constantly work in midfield to create scoring opportunities.

(Bonus: The game starts at 7:30 am EST Saturday morning. It will likely be over by the time you wake up. It’s a stress-free bet.)

Sean Reider, Sports GA (3-3)

With one of the most “meh” slates in college football all season, it’s no wonder Jared picked someone to score in a football game over other good options like Illinois vs. Penn State! Washington vs. Arizona! Western Michigan vs. Toledo!

You get the point. It’s a real plank trail before heading into a Halloween weekend that should make or break great seasons across the country. But, as always, there is money on the table to take, so let’s try to scoop up a few bucks despite our boredom.

Wyoming (-19.5) vs. New Mexico

The Lobos haven’t had a single ATS victory this year, but Wyoming have lost two straight games (Air Force and Fresno State) and left a particularly bad UConn team to play them close enough. In a statistically bad battle against downright mediocre, I’ll take the underachieving Cowboys to cover a New Mexico team that’s used to getting run over by any opposition.

Oklahoma (-38.5) vs. Kansas

Since starting Caleb Williams as quarterback, the Sooners have finally met their national championship expectations, bringing them firmly to the heart of the playoff race after weeks of lingering doubt. Kansas … has done nothing close and is doomed to end another abysmal season mired in misery.

Give me the Sooners in a complete rout and watch Williams’ Heisman action skyrocket once more.

LSU (+9.5) vs. Ole Miss

LSU head coach Ed Orgeron is officially out of Baton Rouge at the end of the season and time is running out for this final rodeo before one of college football’s best jobs opens up to what doesn’t. will certainly not be a crazy or exaggerated selection. to treat.

Everyone is looking to the future except maybe LSU? Orgeron has always trained well with his back against the wall and only an uncertain future ahead of him; While Ole Miss is as talented as anyone in the SEC, I love that the Tigers come to Oxford and kick off the farewell tour by playing her up close or maybe being a bit of a spoiler. Take LSU and the points and sprinkle it on the money line if you’re feeling that daring.

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