NCAA Week 8 Odds and Picks for Online Bookies

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The following 3 games figure to demand the most wagering dollars in books.

North Carolina State at 7 Louisville -19

Most of the public is betting on the Louisville Cardinals to cover what started out as an 18-point spread and is now a 19-point spread.

Louisville hasn’t covered the spread in their last 2 games, a 36 to 42 straight up loss to Clemson as a -1 road favorite and a 24 to 14 win over Duke as a -35 home favorite.

North Carolina State was terrific against Clemson in their last game. As a +20 road dog, NC State only lost 17 to 24 to the then ranked 2nd team in the nation.

NC State has covered in 4 straight games. The 19-point spread should go down some since professional college football handicappers are going to be all over NC State in this.

No matter where the point spread ends up, pay per head agents shouldn’t offer a moneyline wager.

NC State is good enough to shock Louisville on Saturday.

6 Texas A&M at 1 Alabama -18.5

Alabama is the absolute best team in the nation.

But the Crimson Tide goes into their home battle with Texas A&M after destroying the rival Tennessee Volunteers 49 to 10 as a -14-point road favorite.

Tennessee was supposed to challenge the Tide for SEC supremacy this season.

There’s no doubt that Alabama is better than Texas A&M. The thing to worry about, if you’re a player looking to bet on the Tide, is that Bama has covered in 2 straight road games.

If past history is any indication, Alabama shouldn’t cover against the Aggies. One thing to notice is that 66% of football handicappers are taking the 18.5 points.

What it means is that by kick-off, the point spread should be around Alabama -16 to Alabama -17.5.

Pay per head bookies won’t have to do much with this game. This should end up a case of public vs pros. 

17 Arkansas at 21 Auburn -9.5

Both Arkansas and Auburn are decent teams. The reason why Auburn is almost a -10 home favorite is because the Tigers have won 3 games in a row both straight up and against the spread.

That hasn’t, and won’t, matter to pro college football bettors. 78% of pros are siding with Arkansas while only 22% like Auburn.

What’s crazy is that Auburn opened as a -7.5 favorite. Since that time, so much public money has gone on the Tigers that they are now -9.5 favorites.

Online bookies should definitely pay attention to the moneyline in this game. A pro bettor might want to make a huge score since Arkansas could upset Auburn straight up.

Online bookies and per head agents should set max betting limits on the moneyline when Arkansas visits Auburn on Oct. 22.

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