There was a time when the ACC was criticized for having Clemson and, basically, no one else strong in college football. Now, after four weeks, the ACC has six unbeaten teams. The last time a Power 5 conference had this many teams starting 4-0 was back in 2012, when the SEC pulled it off. North Carolina is 4-0 for the first time in 26 years, and two of their non-conference wins have come against Power 5 opponents. Duke is 4-0 and will host College GameDay for the very first time this weekend ahead of their home game against Notre Dame. The last time that both Duke and North Carolina started football seasons with a 4-0 slate? 1971. Syracuse has started two seasons off 4-0 in a row now. The last time they did that? 1959-60. So things are changing in the ACC. Heading into Week 5, here are our top five sports betting picks to consider in your College Football Odds.
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#10 Utah Utes at #19 Oregon State Beavers
NCAAF Lines: #10 Utah (+3) at #19 Oregon State
When: Friday, September 29 at 9:00 PM EST
Where: Reser Stadium, Corvallis, OR
Even after Oregon State went and lost at Washington State as a road favorite, this line has grown from Utah +2 since the line opened. Utah has only covered three times in their last five games as the underdog since 2021, but they have beaten Oregon State in six of their last seven meetings. Cam Rising may or may not be available, but the Utes were able to stop UCLA at home on Saturday, 14-7. The defense got a pick-six out of Karene Reid, and the Utes rode a 14-0 lead to victory despite punting on all six of their offensive possessions after the intermission. Utes to cover.
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#8 USC Trojans at Colorado Buffaloes
NCAAF Lines: #8 USC (-22.5) at Colorado
When: Saturday, September 30 at 12:00 pm ET
Where: Folsom Field, Boulder, CO
Coach Prime’s honeymoon in Boulder came to a crashing end up at Oregon last week as the Ducks delivered a 42-6 thumping. The Trojans also have an elite offense and should be able to put multiple touchdowns on the board, even in what will be a hostile environment in Colorado’s sold-out stadium. The Trojans have only covered twice in five tries as a road favorite under Lincoln Riley, and it’s hard to imagine Colorado getting humiliated two weeks in a row. Buffaloes to cover.
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#1 Georgia Bulldogs at Auburn Tigers
NCAAF Lines: #1 Georgia (-16.5) at Auburn
When: Saturday, September 30 at 3:30 pm ET
Where: Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, AL
The Bulldogs are 4-0 straight up – just 0-4 against the spread. However, their spreads so far this season have all been at or higher than 26 ½ points. Auburn just lost at Texas A&M, 27-10, and while this game moves to Auburn, the Tigers’ offense has only scored 24 points in two games against FBS opponents, including a 14-10 win at Cal. Georgia only managed 24 points – all in the second half – in a home game against South Carolina, but I see the Bulldogs taking Auburn to the woodshed here. Bulldogs to win and cover.
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#24 Kansas Jayhawks at #3 Texas Longhorns
NCAAF Lines: #24 Kansas (+17.5) at #3 Texas
When: Saturday, September 30 at 3:30 pm ET
Where: DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX
Kansas has an intimidating running game, averaging 217.8 yards per game (12th among FBS programs). However, Texas stopped Alabama on the road and annihilated Baylor last week. Kansas has covered the spread in four of their last 10 games as an underdog – but the Longhorns demolished Kansas last year, 55-14. Kansas might be able to sustain a few drives on the ground, but Texas is a playoff contender. Longhorns to win and cover.
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#13 LSU Tigers at #20 Ole Miss Rebels
NCAAF Lines: #13 LSU (-2.5) at #20 Ole Miss
When: Saturday, September 30 at 6:00 pm ET
Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, MS
LSU narrowly escaped Arkansas this past weekend, edging the Razorbacks by three points. Ole Miss went to Tuscaloosa and took a tough beating from Alabama. Ole Miss has beaten LSU in three of their last five meetings in Oxford, and Lane Kiffin should have Ole Miss motivated after that disappointment against the Tide. Rebels to cover.
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