College Football Week 5 Predictions, Trends

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/01/2010
College Football Week 5 Predictions,

 

Gambling911.com is happy to offer its readers College Football Week 5 predictions based on hot trends and courtesy of DonBest.com, the world’s leading line service and a proud partner with the Gambling911.com website.   

Vanderbilt vs. Connecticut – Too many trends to count favor this one going UNDER the 47 total.  In October games over the last 3 seasons, for example, the UNDER for Vanderbilt has gone 8-1. 

Wisconsin vs. Michigan State – The OVER 54 ½ is enticing here being that past trends for both teams include a significant edge for the OVER.  Wisconsin as a road favorite has had the OVER go 6-1 in the past three seasons.  Michigan State as an underdog has seen the OVER go 7-1 over the past three seasons. 

Northwestern vs. Minnesota – Here is a game where the oddsmakers won’t be as focused.  We like the UNDER 53 ½ where Northwestern has had a record of 9-2 in road games.  Also, Northwestern is 5-1 against the spread versus MINNESOTA since 1992 so the -5 ½ spread has some value

Tennessee vs. LSU - The betting public is correct when moving the total in LSU games 38.6% of the time since 1992.  Hence, the OVER 44 has a significant edge here and certainly needs to be included among our College Football Week 5 predictions.

Stanford vs. Oregon – Bet the OVER 66 here despite the huge number.  There are about 7 solid trends between both teams here that favors the OVER.  In home games, the OVER is 11-2 for Oregon.

 

Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com 

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