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College football odds, picks, lines for week 9: advanced computer model loves Texas A & M and Pitt

2018 college football season has already been wild and week 9 promises even more excitement with conference games that dominate…

2018 college football season has already been wild and week 9 promises even more excitement with conference games that dominate the landscape. According to the latest college football odds, we see a lot of fireworks on Saturday. There are three matchups on week 9 college football schedule between teams in the top 25, including No. 7 Georgia is a 6.5-point favorite over No. 9 Florida in the world’s largest outdoor cocktail party in Jacksonville. No. 24 Stanford is a 3-point favorite over No. 1

4 Washington State, and No. 17 Penn State is a 5.5-point favorite over No. 18 Iowa in the latest college football odds. Before you do a few weeks in the college football game and predictions, you need to see what the advanced computer model on SportsLine has to say.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college football match 10,000 times, and those who have followed it have seen massive returns. Over the last three years, this proprietary computer model has generated a jaw-dropping $ 4,210 win for $ 100 bettors on its top ranked scoring spread.

The model made some major talks against the spread in week 8, including NSA LSU (-6) across the Mississippi State, Washington State (-3) across Oregon and Alabama (-29.5) across Tennessee. And when it comes to top ranked sprint games, it ended week 8 on a strong 5-1 race. The one who has followed it is the way up.

Now it has simulated every single game in week 9 of college football and the results are in.

We can tell that it requires that 16 Texas A & M (+1.5) not only cover but be completely upset on the way to Mississippi state.

The Mississippi State Offensive was closed by LSU in week 8, as the bulldogs were completely one-dimensional. MSU quarterback Nick Fitzgerald finished just 8 of 24 passes in 59 yards and threw four interceptions. The model projectes Texas A & M’s defense, ranked No. 5 in the SEC, to keep Fitzgerald and MSU offense in love again. Texas A & M quarterback Kellen Mond throws nearly 250 meters as Aggies hit the spread in over 55 percent of the simulations.

Another of the week’s college football selects the model is everywhere: Pitt strikes Duke as 2.5-point home dogs.

The pants are only 2-4 in the season, but both wins have come when the pants were small home dogs against Syracuse and Georgia Tech. On Saturday, the quarterback Kenny Pickett is expected to sail over 300 meters passing to Pitt, according to the model, and the pledges move to 3-1 against the spread as home dogs.

Not only does Pitt cover nearly 60 percent of SportsLine simulations, it also only wins more than 55 percent of the time. The model also says that Over (45.5) is a great value because it hits almost 60 percent of the time. Do not be fooled by Duke’s 4-2 record straight up and against the spread against FBS teams. Back the panther with confidence on Saturday at Heinz Field.

The model also called who wins the big SEC showdown between No. 7 Georgia and No. 9 Florida and proves a top 10 team to be completely stunned in an uprising that will shake up the 2018 College Football Playoff image.

So what college’s soccer game can you do with confidence in week 9? And what title competitor goes down hard? Check out the latest football odds during week 9 below and then visit SportsLine to see which teams win more than 50 percent of simulations, ranging from a proven computer model that has returned over $ 4,000 in profit over the last three seasons.

Clemson at Florida State (+17.5, 48.5)
Purdue at Michigan State (+1, 48)
Wisconsin at Northwestern (+3.5, 51.5)
Florida vs. Georgia 6.5, 52)
South Florida, Houston (-8.5, 75)
Iowa at Penn State (-5.5, 51)
Kansas State, Oklahoma 24.5, 64.5)
Kentucky, Missouri -7.5, 55.5)
Washington, CA (+12, 45)
Washington State at Stanford (-3,54)
] Texas A & M in Mississippi State (-1.44)
Syracuse (+2, 65.5)
Texas in Oklahoma State (+3.5, 62)
Notre Dame vs. Navy (+ 24.55.5)
Oregon in Arizona (+9.5, 65)

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