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College Football [NCAAF] 2018
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
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Alabama vs Arkansas State

Arkansas State Red Wolves vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Odds, Analysis, Betting Pick, Alabama may be the monster of college football at the moment, but it has its soft spots when it comes to covering spreads.


In fact, the Crimson Tide are just 4-12-1 against the spread in their last 17 times out against non-Power 5 foes. Alabama falls into that split when it entertains Arkansas State on Saturday afternoon in Tuscaloosa.

College football point spread: The Crimson Tide opened as 37-point favorites, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. (Line updates and matchup report)

College football betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 34.1-19.4 Crimson Tide (College football picks on every game)

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Why the Arkansas State Red Wolves can cover the spread

The Red Wolves began the 2018 season with a 48-21 victory over FCS Southeast Missouri State last Saturday.

Arkansas State drove its opening possession of the game 68 yards to a touchdown and eventually took a 21-14 lead into the half.

The Red Wolves then scored touchdowns on their first four possessions out of the locker room to pull away. Arkansas State also had the spread covered as 32-point favorites but gave up a Redhawks score with just 37 seconds left in the game to miss out on the cash.

Arkansas State outgained SEMS 685-285. Senior quarterback Justice Hansen, making the 23rd start of his career, threw for 423 yards and six touchdowns as 11 different Red Wolves caught at least two passes and seven different players scored touchdowns.

Meanwhile, the Arkansas State defense held Southeast Missouri State to just two conversions out of 14 third-down situations.

The Red Wolves might have had an easier time of the game if they hadn’t turned the ball over three times, twice in Redhawks territory, committed 119 yards worth of penalties and missed a makeable field goal.

The defending national champs opened their season with a 51-14 lacing of Louisville. The Tide drove the opening possession of the game 65 yards to a touchdown, led 14-0 after one quarter and 28-0 at the half.

They then scored on their first three possessions out of the locker room for a 44-7 lead on their way to an easy cover as 23-point favorites.

Alabama outgained the Cardinals 519-268, and most of Louisville’s yardage came in garbage time. The Tide also outrushed the Cardinals 222-16, converted 10 of 15 third-down situations and added touchdowns on a kickoff return and an interception return.

Alabama is going to win this game, but it has a tendency to ease up on lesser foes, especially in spots just like this.

Last year, the Tide beat Fresno State and Colorado State early in the season but came up short against spreads of 43 and 30 points.

Saturday’s game may well play out along similar lines. The smart money here takes the points with Arkansas State.

The total has gone under in Alabama’s last five games against the Sun Belt.

Alabama is 40-2 SU in its last 42 games.

Alabama is 1-4 ATS in its last five games in Week 2.

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Tennessee vs Georgia

Week 5 doesn’t have a great lineup in store for college football fans. Look no further than CBS’s SEC Game of the Week for proof.The network’s national broadcast will turn to a showdown between No. 2 Georgia and 2-2 Tennessee as the crown jewel of its Saturday lineup, foisting a game with a totally understandable 32-point spread upon the nation like an outbreak of smallpox. The Volunteers have failed to stabilize after firing former head coach Butch Jones, looking disheveled and even featuring a rare player-coach squabble:

Tennessee vs. Georgia

Time, TV channel, and streaming info
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA
Streaming: SEC on CBS, fuboTV
Odds: Georgia is favored by 32 (!) points

Tennessee vs. Georgia

Tennessee football is over. We can’t recruit in Knoxville. We can’t run it on ETSU. We won’t win a game in the SEC for two years in a row. It will be a decade or more before we see a 10 win team.

So let’s give the keys back to Fulmer. I mean can it get any worse? We couldn’t win the OVC. At least he’d “work like heck!”

On another note, I think we should install luxury couch seats in the stadium. Every fan gets a 6 foot sofa seat. Maybe then we could fill our stadium on a couple of games in the next few years

Notre Dame vs Wake Forest

Notre Dame vs Wake Forest : The Irish will need more strong play from their defense as they prepare for their first road trip of the season. Notre Dame will head to Winston-Salem next weekend to face the Demon Deacons of Wake Forest.
Start ‘Em
Notre Dame Defense (DST)

Death, taxes, and the 2018 Notre Dame defense playing well. The sample size is only three games, but what we have seen from this group so far has been very promising. They have held opponents to 17 points or less in each of their first three games and have forced seven turnovers.

This ACC road game should not be cause for too much concern. As the old football cliche goes, “Defense always travels.” If the Notre Dame defense is still available in your college fantasy football league, you should pick them up immediately and feel confident starting them every week.
Justin Yoon (K)

Yoon has not been as automatic as he has been in the past, but he is still one of the best place kickers in college football. He has made five of his first seven field goal attempts, two of which were longer than 45 yards out.

Notre Dame’s struggles in the red zone last week makes Yoon more valuable in fantasy football. If that trend continues, he could average one or two more field goal attempts per game. Keep him in your lineup.
Jafar Armstrong (RB)

Last week I advised fantasy owners to sit Jafar Armstrong because Tony Jones Jr. appeared to be earning more playing time in the Irish backfield. That concern came to fruition this past weekend as Jones Jr. led all Notre Dame running backs in carries with 17. Nonetheless, I am pulling a complete 180 this week.
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While I think that Jones Jr. will continue to receive a steady workload, I think Armstrong will have a bounce-back game this weekend after a somewhat average stat line against Vanderbilt. There are ebbs and flows at the running back position. After two solid performances, I think Jones Jr. is due for a dip in production, which should result in more touches for Armstrong.
Sit ‘Em
Brandon Wimbush (QB)

Through three games this season, Brandon Wimbush has a touchdown to interception ratio of 0.25 — throwing just one touchdown pass and four interceptions. On top of that, he is losing out on valuable offensive snaps in the “blue zone,” which is the area on the field between the five yard line and the goal line.

A fantasy football owner could hold out hope that Wimbush could make up for these blemishes by making plays with his legs when the offense is farther away from the end zone. That has not been the case thus far. Wimbush has only ran for 136 yards and one touchdown is his first three games. Until he can turn things around, fantasy owners should look for a replacement.
Miles Boykin (WR)

After a big game in week two, Miles Boykin significantly regressed. This past week, Boykin only caught one pass for 14 yards. His pedestrian stat line may not be entirely his fault, but it appears to be closer to what we can expect from him on a weekly basis than the numbers he put up in the previous game.

Notre Dame is struggling to get consistent production from their quarterback. As a result, all Irish pass-catchers have been devalued in fantasy football. There is no need to roll the dice with Boykin or any of the other receivers until they show some improvement.
Alize Mack (TE)

Alize Mack had his best game of the season last week. He finished with three catches for 25 yards. He benefitted from some additional snaps in the absence of Cole Kmet, who is expected to be out again this week.

Georgia vs Missouri

No. 2 Georgia steps back into SEC play this week with another road conference game. This time, the Bulldogs defense is charged with slowing down quarterback Drew Lock and the high-flying Missouri offense. The Tigers are fresh off a thrilling, last-minute win over Purdue, while the Bulldogs cruised over Middle Tennessee 49-7. What should you expect in CoMo Saturday afternoon? Let’s break it down.

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Date: Saturday, Sept. 22 | Time: Noon ET
Location: Memorial Stadium — Columbia, Missouri
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Georgia: While Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa has received the most praise so far this season, Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm has quietly put together one of the more three games. He’s completing 80.4 percent of his passes, averaging 10.4 yards per attempt, has tossed six touchdowns and hasn’t even attempted a pass in the fourth quarter of any of their first three games. The running backs are just fine with D’Andre Swift and Elijah Holyfield leading the way, the defense is just giving up 4.17 yards per play and its pass defense is giving up just 4.8 yards per attempt. Simply put, the Bulldogs look like one of the most complete teams in college football in every aspect of the game.

Missouri: Quarterback Drew Lock has been sensational this year, tossing 11 touchdown passes through three games — the most in the SEC and tied for fifth nationally. Emanuel Hall has emerged as a true No. 1 receiver with 430 yards and three touchdowns, which the Tigers desperately needed after the departure of J’Mon Moore. If there’s a weakness for the Tigers, it’s a defense that’s giving up 6.06 yards per play — 12th in the SEC.

Game prediction, picks

It’s going to be tremendous watching Lock go up against one of the toughest defenses in the nation, and will be the matchup that decides the game. While Lock has been sizzling this year, the Bulldogs will force him to simmer down a bit with a few mistakes and pull away late thanks to Swift and Holyfield wearing down the Tigers defense. This game screams “Georgia backdoor cover.” Pick: Georgia (-14.5)