Point-Spreads.com is looking to get our readers the most current betting lines and information so we reached out to a proven Vegas Spreads Expert to get the inside scoop direct from the strip. Here is some valuable College Football Picks Week 4 information from Doc’s Sports Advisory Board member the Vegas Sports Informer.
“I have been looking at college football schedules since late June and I can probably say that Friday night between Baylor at UL-Monroe didn’t hit my radar at all,” stated the Vegas Sports Informer on Doc’s Sports Advisory Board member. “Except last Saturday as I watching the Warhawks of UL-Monroe almost pulling off back-to-back upsets. Malone Stadium will be rocking as the Warhawks will give the Baylor Bears everything they got and again we could see an upset.”
The Baylor Bears travel east to play the UL-Monroe Warhawks on Friday September 21st at 9:00 PM EST and will be televised on ESPN2. The Vegas Spreads show the Bears are listed as -7.5 point road favorites against the Warhawks with the Total set at OVER/UNDER 68.5 points.
The Vegas Sports Informer had this to say about the Arizona vs Oregon PAC 12 battle: “I would hate to be the official scorekeeper Saturday night in the Oregon-Arizona game. This game will have no defense whatsoever and I can see both teams scoring way over 30 points. Arizona is averaging 46.3 PPG in their last three games and the Oregon Ducks are averaging 54 PPG.”
The Arizona Wildcats travel to the Northwest to take on the Oregon Ducks on Sunday September 22nd at 10:30 PM EST and the game will be televised on ESPN. The Vegas Spreads show the Ducks -23 point home favorites against the Wildcats with the Total set at OVER/UNDER 77 points.
So far Vegas Sports Informer has been on fire early in the football season, posting an incredible 4 out of 5 ‘Big Unit’ Plays (5-Units or higher) which is an 80% winning percentage and Saturday he has a 5-Unit Game of the Week.
VSI went on to say: “This total is 77 and yes it looks too high but if you look inside the numbers this total should be around 79-81. If you like SEC ball with good defense you might not want to watch this game because this one will look like a video game towards the end. Oregon wins big and Oregon scores over 50 points Saturday night.”
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