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Week 10 College Slate: Kesh’s College Fund

Week 9 is complete, and what a week it was. Kesh continued his winning streak as he went 12-6 in his picks last week. Let’s see if his run continues in College Week 10. 

And did we mention that…

It’s Week 10, Pac-12 Football is BACK!

Please note, all the lines are courtesy of SkyBet at the time of writing. Lines are subject to change.

Miami (-10.5) @ North Carolina State

Two decent teams head off against each other under the Friday Night Lights, but I’m leaning towards the home underdog in this one. I think Miami will win but my pick will be NC State +10.5.

BYU (-3) @ Boise State

BYU are absolutely hammering teams this year, and are deservedly a top 10 ranked team. They face off against their first ranked team this year, and the spread represents this. Take this and run, BYU -3.

SMU (-18) @ Temple

Temple got crushed by Tulane last week and I doubt they’ll be able to stop this SMU team in Week 10. Mustangs win outright.

Michigan (-3) @ Indiana

Can I trust this Michigan team? Harbaugh’s career is on the line. The Wolverines lose here, and I can’t see him lasting much longer. A win changes everything. Michigan -3, take the small point spread.

Arizona State @ USC (-10.5)

Well, it’s very weird to see two west coast teams playing at 5pm GMT. I can’t go out on a limb for either team, but I have to lean with the team I tailgated hard at. I can’t remember watching the game at the Coliseum. USC outright. Go Trojans!

West Virginia @ Texas (-6)

I can’t work out this West Virginia team this year. Saying that the Longhorns are just as unpredictable. Nonetheless, a huge win for Texas last week, and with this point spread dropping taking Texas if it gets anywhere -4. Texas outright if it doesn’t.

Liberty @ Virginia Tech (-14.5)

Pass.

UMass @ Marshall (-45)

I know UMass aren’t the best team out there but 45 points for Marshall? No chance. UMass +45.

Georgia (-3.5) @ Florida

Huge game alert. This is the SEC battle of the weekend. Georgia’s defence will prevail against this high scoring Florida offence. It could all come down to the last possession, but the Bulldogs will come out on top.

Houston @ Cincinnati (-13.5)

Cincinnati are pushing for a playoff place. They are 5-0 this year and are looking to play in late December. This point spread could continue to rise, so get in early. Cincinnati -13.5.

Kansas @ Oklahoma (-37)

Oklahoma are back in good form, but 37 is a big spread against any team. The total in this one is currently 66.5 – I’ll take the under, because I can’t see Kansas scoring enough.

Oklahoma State (-11.5) @ Kansas State

Two teams that can’t win if they tried. Another total which I love. 45.5, over over over please.

Texas A&M (-9.5) @ South Carolina

I am loving The Aggies as of late and I see them continuing their winning ways against the Gamecocks. Texas A&M outright for sure; money line if you want to bump up your parlay odds.

Baylor @ Iowa State (-13)

Iowa State is a different team every single week. It is so frustrating to see the inconsistency in their offence and defence. Baylor used to be a certain W when The Bears appeared the schedule but it isn’t the case anymore. I think they’ll keep it close. Baylor +13.

Clemson (-4.5) @ Notre Dame

No Trevor Lawrence again for Clemson, as he is out due to Covid protocols. Notre Dame only win against bad teams – I wish Lawrence was able to play as this would have cemented Clemson’s #1 seed going into the playoffs. The lights will be too bright for The Irish. Clemson -4.5 with a backup QB. Let’s go!

Rutgers @ Ohio State (-37.5)

Ohio State are absolutely one of the best teams this year, even though they’ve only played twice this year. Don’t be surprised to see them in the playoffs. They are looking to push for a Top 2 seed and control their own destiny. Don’t be surprised if they run it up against this Rutgers team. Risky pick of the week. Ohio State -37.5.

Stanford @ Oregon (-10)

I have a strong dislike for Stanford after they blew a 10 point fourth quarter lead against Cal last season. If they had won, I would have flown to a party in Miami, but the Cardinals absolutely self destructed. Long story short, even though the Ducks haven’t named their new starting QB after Herbert left, I still choose them to win over this Stanford team. Heart over head. 

South Alabama @ Coastal Carolina (-16)

If you’re not loving Coastal Carolina this year, you don’t love college football. This point spread is creeping up but momentum is huge in the NCAA. Go with the hot hand, Coastal Carolina -16.

Kesh’s Week 10 Pick 6:

BYU -3
Texas -6
UMass +45
Clemson -4.5
Oregon -10
Coastal Carolina -16

Let’s get that money Rush Nation! (@5yardcollege) 

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