..

NCAA Football Week 4: Odds and Picks for Online Bookies

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Sep/22/2016

We’re all the way to NCAA Football Week 4. The three games listed below should demand the most attention from pay per head agents’ players.

Get even more tips for online bookies with PayPerHead.com’s free library.

16 Florida at 12 Tennessee -6.5

The betting line has already been beat down from Tennessee -8 to Tennessee -6.5. One of the reasons for this is because Florida will be looking for its twelfth straight win against the Volunteers.

That’s 12 straight up wins a row, not 12 ATS wins in a row. Pay per head agents had better set max betting limits on the Gators to win this game straight up. The against the spread line could keep going down as well.

Setting max betting limits and refusing to let players put this game into their parlays might be the way to go.

FYI, Florida should make it 12 in a row on Saturday.

17 LSU -3.5 at Auburn

From a betting perspective, it doesn’t get any better for online bookies than LSU vs Auburn. So far, 65% are on LSU. Only 35% are on Auburn. That will change once the pro college football bettors get in on this game.

LSU is 0-3 against the spread this season. They’re 1-4 ATS in their last 5 conference games. To make matters worse for LSU bettors, the Bayou Tigers are 1-6-1 ATS in the last 8 meetings in Auburn.

Online bookies and pay per head agents should expect an almost equal amount of money on both sides of the spread in this contentious affair.

The pick?  How about LSU to cover the spread against their overrated rivals? That’s the way I see it.

Oklahoma State at 15 Baylor -8

60% are all over Oklahoma State at -8. The line opened at Baylor -10 and has quickly gone to Baylor -8. It remains to be seen whether or not Baylor gets more action before kick-off on Saturday.

Like LSU, Baylor is 0-3 against the spread. Oklahoma State is 2 and 1 ATS. What it means is that pro bettors are more likely to jump on Oklahoma State, even at the -8 spread, than they jump on Baylor.

But that’s not what online bookies and PPH agents should pay attention to. What they should pay attention to is the amount of action on Oklahoma State to win this game straight up.

Oklahoma State is going to attract a lot of action on the moneyline because of the spread odds. Set max betting limits for sure on this game.

The pick has to be Oklahoma State, right?  Not so fast. Even though Baylor is 0 and 3 against the spread, they haven’t allowed more than 13 points in any game this season. The Bears cover the 8 points.

For everything you need to know to grow your online bookie business, be sure to see PayPerHead.com’s full bookie guide library here.

Football News News

Where Can I Bet NFL Games Online From Wisconsin?

Where Can I Bet NFL Games Online From Wisconsin?

Bet the Green Bay Packers via your mobile phones from anywhere within the great state of Wisconsin via BetAdrian

Bet on the Wisconsin Badgers This College Football Season 2022

Bet on the Wisconsin Badgers This College Football Season 2022

The Wisconsin Badgers have relatively long odds to win the Championship coming into 2022.  The payout ranges from 60-1 to 80-1.  Still, they could prove a good bet this season based on past history.

Week 1 Line on the Bucs vs. Cowboys Game at Dallas +2

Week 1 Line on the Bucs vs. Cowboys Game at Dallas +2

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will come into Dallas as a -2 point road favorite in Week 1, assuming the early line holds.

Where Can I Bet on Deshaun Watson Suspension, Starts - Prop Odds

Where Can I Bet on Deshaun Watson Suspension, Starts - Prop Odds

With Deshaun Watson facing a 23rd sexual-assault misconduct lawsuit, everybody is wondering - and betting on - whether Watson is suspended at any time during the 2022 season.  BetOnline says YES, with a price of -400.

Total Safeties Drafted in Round 1 2022 NFL Draft

Total Safeties Drafted in Round 1 2022 NFL Draft

The total safeties drafted in Round 1 prop bets was coming in at Over/Under 1.5.

Syndicate