Wilson: My Projected Odds for Every Week 8 College Football Game
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- Collin Wilson uses his betting power ratings to project odds for every Week 8 college football game.
- Use these lines to find early betting value when sportsbooks begin releasing odds on Sunday.
A major shakeup in the national title picture came when South Carolina visited Athens, Ga. on Saturday.
Gamecocks defensive back Israel Mukuamu took an interception 53 yards for a pick six of Jake Fromm to give South Carolina a 17-10 lead. Soon enough, Rodrigo Blankenship would miss a field goal in double overtime to give the Bulldogs their first loss of the season.
Georgia will certainly fall in the AP Poll, while the Dawgs dropped out of the top 5 in The Action Network power ratings.
Kirby Smart can still get Georgia to the College Football Playoff, but a sweep of Florida, Auburn and the SEC Championship Game are required. Considering the potential moneyline numbers for those three games, Georgia at 10-1 may be the better value if you think the Dawgs still have a chance to win the national title.
For now, we look ahead to Week 8. Every Sunday morning, we’ll project point spreads for the following week’s college football games using our power ratings so you can find early betting value.
Look here in preparation for opening lines and follow me in The Action Network App when I bet those lines on Sunday afternoon.
Projected College Football Odds, Week 8
A negative number indicates the home team is favored by that many points; a positive number indicates the home team is an underdog.