OutKick’s College Football Gambling Picks For Week 10 2021

We had another losing week.

Worse than that, this losing week has dropped us below .500 for the year, down to 51-52 on the season.

A lesser man would seek to distract all of you from my gambling performance by pointing out how amazing it is that the Atlanta Braves won the World Series last night and that the woke universe got wrecked yesterday all over America.

A lesser man might even put up a link to scantily clad woman and encourage you to go check out Halloween costumes from Instagram influencers.

But I’d never try to pull any of those tricks with you guys.

I’ll just go 9-0 this week and all will be well with the universe.

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And with that in mind, here we go #respectthepicks:

Ohio State -14.5 at Nebraska

The Buckeyes, right now, are the third best team in America. (Georgia and Alabama are the two best.)

And they are pouring it on all their foes. I know they didn’t cover last week against Penn State, but I think they get back rolling on the road against a Nebraska team that continues to spiral downwards.

This might be Scott Frost’s last stand in Lincoln.

And I don’t see Ryan Day showing up and taking it easy on him.

Buckeyes, big.

Liberty at Ole Miss, the over 66.5

Hugh Freeze is back in the Grove and he wants to send a message to the rest of the SEC. Maybe, possibly, even that open job down on the Bayou.

How does he do that?

By scoring points on Lane’s injury-depleted Rebels.

So I think points will go down with reckless abandon. And all of you taking the under will be cursing your move by early in the fourth quarter.

So hop on the over train.

Mizzou +39.5 at Georgia

Mizzou has not covered, essentially, all season.

As a result we have now reached absurd levels of Tiger point spreads. Yes, the Tigers are bad. Yes, Georgia is very good, but forty points to cover in an SEC game not involving Vanderbilt is just next level insane.

So I’m taking Mizzou here +39.5.

Penn State at Maryland +10.5

The Nittany Lions played well on the road at Ohio State, giving their team a chance to win, but now they are back in the dregs of the Big Ten and I expect a fairly substantial let down in terms of energy and intensity.

What does that end up looking like? A Penn State single digit win.

After all, what does Maryland do? Crab cakes and football. (And covers, sometimes).

Michigan State at Purdue +3

Jeff Brohm’s Purdue squad has already knocked off an undefeated Big Ten team — embarrassing Iowa on the road a few weeks ago.

Now the Spartans are rolling into town fresh off a mammoth come-from-behind victory over their bitter in-state rival.

This feels like the ultimate let down spot.

The Boilermakers play spoilers for a second time and pull off an upset over the Spartans. But just to be safe I’ve got three points in my back pocket too.

Auburn at Texas A&M, the under 49.5

Let’s be honest, neither fan base has any idea what’s going to happen in this game.

Both teams have been capable of impressive highs and impressive lows already this season.

Which is why I feel most comfortable backing the defenses in this match up.

One team wins 24-21. Which one? It won’t matter if you take the under.

Iowa at Northwestern +12

Have you see this Iowa offense?

In the past two games, they have managed to score 14 total points. And now you’re telling me they are going to beat a Big Ten team, even a bad one, by 12 or more on the road?

I just don’t see it at all.

Give me the fighting Pat Fitzgeralds for the cover.

Tennessee +1 at Kentucky

I really feel like the Vols are going to win this game outright. So do many gamblers, as this line has come crashing down after opening Wildcats -5.

With two weeks to get healthy and with two weeks to prepare, I like this Vol offense to have a great deal of success against the Wildcat defense. And I just don’t see the Kentucky offense as being dynamic enough to keep up if Tennessee can put some points on the board early.

Now, to be fair, there’s always the turnover bug to be concerned about, but so far Josh Heupel’s offense has been pretty good at taking care of the ball.

With a healthy squad on the road coming off a bye week — and a decent performance on the road against Alabama for most of the game two weeks ago — I think the Vols get it done in the Bluegrass.

Which is why, tap the veins, boys and girls. My blood bank guarantee for the week is the Vols to win outright in Lexington.

Florida at South Carolina +18

I’m not taking this Florida Gator team as 18-point favorites over any SEC team right now.

This squad feels completely broken.

And while I’m not sold on South Carolina being very good, I think their defense, especially at home, can keep this inside the number.

Go Cocks!

Here’s my OutKick NFL Six Pack as well:

Jets +10.5 at Colts
Vikings +6 at Ravens
Falcons +6 at Saints
Cardinals -1 at 49ers
Chargers -2 at Eagles
Titans +7.5 at Rams

Go get your bets in, up to $1000 no risk on the wagers.

And we hope to see a bunch of you on the road in Tuscaloosa at Innisfree on Saturday.

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.

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