College Football Betting Cheat Sheet, Week 3

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  • College football season is hitting its September stride with some marquee conference and nonconference matchups in Week 3.
  • We've been covering those games all week, and have compiled everything bettors need to know in this handy cheat sheet.

Betting college football in the fall isn’t really a marathon or a sprint. It’s somewhere in the middle. The 800-meter? Let’s go with that.

We’re starting to get more data on each team, so good betting opportunities will arise in the coming weeks. You want to have some sense of urgency to take advantage, but we’ve still got a long way to go, and bankroll management is crucial in mid-September especially.

Week 3 is when conference matchups should start to get a little more interesting (don’t let us down SEC), while blue bloods that don’t meet often still give the slate a fresh look (thanks USC-Texas).

Here is everything you need to know to bet Week 3 — game guides, staff picks, trends, tips and so much more.

Week 3 College Football Game Picks

Looking to bet specific games this weekend, or want an edge on one in particular? We’ve got insights on some of the biggest college football games of the weekend right here.

Week 3 Picks Packages

Our experts like to get action down. Sometimes, a little too much action. They’ve got everything from situational spots to bet in obscure games to huge underdogs.

Week 3 Analysis

College Football Betting Tools, Tips

Keep these stories in your toolbox all season long. We’ve got everything from general tips on how to bet college football to the best and worst coaches to bet on to our proprietary power ratings that will put you ahead of the curve when getting bets down early in the week.

College Football Betting Systems

Over at BetLabs, our guys have been crunching numbers and building profitable college football betting systems using millions of data points. You can do the same with a free trial of BetLabs.

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