College Football Week 4 Betting Picks

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Three more key conference matchups will take place on Saturday, with at least two teams in those games guaranteed to fall from the ranks of the unbeaten. Leading the way is the Stanford Cardinal playing their first road game of the year at the Rose Bowl. Find out if the UCLA Bruins will hand them their first loss and emerge as legit Pac-12 title contenders.

Florida at Tennessee (-6.5) (Sat, 12:30 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

This is a revenge game more than a decade in the making considering the Volunteers have lost the past 11 meetings with the Gators. Tennessee is primed to turn the tables in this SEC matchup since Florida quarterback Luke Del Rio is sidelined due to a sprained knee. The Vols look to win their seventh straight home game. Most of the betting trends seem to favor the Gators in this spot, but the Vols have a huge motivational edge and will win by more than a touchdown.

Stanford (-3) at UCLA (Sat, 8 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

The Cardinal are clearly the class of the Pac-12 this season behind Heisman hopeful Christian McCaffrey, who is not the favorite anymore due to the rise of Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson. But McCaffrey will easily be the best player on the field Saturday as his team goes for its ninth consecutive victory in the series and tries to cover the spread for the eighth time during that stretch. Ride McCaffrey’s Stanford squad to another big win in this conference matchup.

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (-5.5) (Sat, 9 p.m. ET) – Matchup Report

The Razorbacks have lost the past four meetings with the Aggies straight up but have gone 5-2 against the spread in the last seven games between the schools. Texas A&M has also struggled to a 2-5 ATS mark in its last seven SEC games, so this should be a close matchup that goes down to the wire. Take Arkansas to stay within a touchdown and possibly pull off the upset.

Written by Clay Travis

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