Week Three of Lines, College Football Odds & Bets | Arena

Stakes and Analysis for Western Kentucky – Indiana, Tulane – Kansas State and Mississippi – California State University.

The third week of college football features all five top-ranked teams running. Bettors find number 1 Georgia (-24.5), No. 2 Alabama (-49.5), No. 3 Ohio State (-31.5), No. 4 Michigan (-47.5) and number 5 Clemson (-33.5) Everyone is expected to dominate on Saturday.

Although lagging behind Georgia in the AP poll, Alabama (+175) is still ahead of the Bulldogs (+200) in the championship futures market in SI Sportsbook. Two SEC forces plus Ohio State are the only two teams scored with single-digit chances.

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Respectable money returned to its winning ways last week by posting a 2-1-1 against the spread record (ATS). Information still needs to be compensated for to return the overall ATS mark to black. However, as we know, it’s still very early in the season, and there are three plays that stand out on Saturday as solid investment opportunities.

Let’s drive to what’s available for Saturday.

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Spread: Western Kentucky +7 (-118) | Indiana-7 (-110)

money line: WKU (+200) | IU (-300)

the total: 61.5 – more (-110) | under (-118)

General betting percentages (spreads): WKU 45% | IU 55%

game info: September. 17, 2022 | 12 PM ET | BTN

Editor’s note – Odds are subject to change.

The streak has remained steady since opening with Indiana As a home opponent with seven points Western Kentucky.

Kentucky West quarterback Austin Reed impressed him through two games, throwing seven strokes in the club’s winning streak.

Reed will now face a Hooiser defense that conceded 778 yards of total attack, plus five touchdowns in assists, in its first two games. Indiana won Illinois23-20, is in Week 0 as the home favorite by one point, but failed to cover the 24.5-point difference in last week’s 35-22 home win. Idaho.

These two clubs met last season, with Indiana winning 33-31 but failing to cover a 9.5 point difference. Expect the Hilltoopers not only to cover both ends of the house and house against the number, but also likely to pull out of the outright meltdown. Respectable money in Las Vegas scores points with one of the best underdogs on Saturday’s list.

Bet: Western Kentucky +7 (-118)

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Spread: Tulane +14 (-110) | Kansas State -14 (-118)

money line: TUL (-450) | KST (-752)

the total: 47.5 – over (-118) | under (-110)

General betting percentages (spreads): TUL 25% | KST 75%

game info: 17 September 2022 | 3 PM ET | ESPN +

Editor’s note – Odds are subject to change.

The font has decreased significantly since it was opened with Kansas State 18 points favorite at home against Tolen to the Wildcats now with 14 points. We are seeing reverse steam in SI Sportsbook As if they had a huge responsibility in Kansas State, they dropped the opening streak four points instead.

Tulane has looked great so far, beating the first two competitors with an aggregate score of 94-10. Junior quarterback Michael Pratt threw for 482 yards and five touchdowns while leading the Green Wave attack, averaging 177.5 rushing yards per game and has scored eight fast touchdowns.

Kansas State also looked solid, superior South Dakota And the Missouri By an average margin of 31 points per victory. Nebraska relocation Adrian Martinez It was effective, throwing for 154 yards while adding another 91 yards to the ground. Leading the Wildcats, as expected, is running back junior Deuce Vaughn, who sped for 271 yards and three touchdowns.

The Green Wave is 4-0 ATS in the last four games (including last season) and bettors can expect this streak to continue with two points.

Bet: Tulane +14 (-110)

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Spread: Mississippi -2 (-118) | LSU +2 (-110)

money line: MSU (-130) | LSU (+110)

the total: 53 – more than (-110) | under (-118)

General betting percentages (spreads): MSST 52% | LSU 48%

game info: 17 September 2022 | 6 PM ET | ESPN

Editor’s note – Odds are subject to change.

The font has bounced since it opened with Mississippi As a favorite three-point road against LSU To Bulldogs now with only two points.

The Bulldog is 2-0 ATS after beating both Arizona And the Memphis An average of 24 points per victory. Quarterback Will Rogers has been impressive for the Bulldogs, with the second biggest touchdown (nine) in the country.

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Tigers beat the South65-17, as the 44.5th best at home, rebounding after the narrow, 24-23, before Florida As four favorites in the season opener.

LSU is 7-3 in its last 10 meetings with Mississippi State, but the two clubs have combined for a 5-5 ATS mark over the period. The Bulldogs will have revenge in their minds after losing, 28-25, at home last season to LSU.

Despite achieving the first win of the Brian Kelly era, respectable money is fading away from LSU. The FCS team hit last weekend isn’t enough to move the needle here. Try the Bulldogs to stay perfect either straight or against the number in the youth season after going to Baton Rouge and getting it done on Saturday night.

Bet: Mississippi Cash Line (-130)


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