Here Are The Five Best Gambling Picks For Week Four Of College Football

David Hookstead | Reporter

We’re heading into the fourth weekend of college football, and that means it’s time for some more gambling picks.

We’re currently sitting at 8-7 through the first three weeks. We’re about to be sitting at 13-7 after this week. Let’s dive right in. (RELATED: Our Week Three College Football Gambling Picks Did Nicely. Here Were The Winners)

1) UCF vs. FAU (+13.5):

This was an easy one for me to pick. Oddsmakers are really giving Kiffin and the Owls 13.5 points to play with? It’s almost too easy. UCF is likely going to win, but I’m all in on FAU and the points.

2) Wisconsin (-3) vs. Iowa:

Expect the Badgers to bounce back big time after falling to BYU. Everybody is trying to get into my ear that the Hawkeyes are going to hand Wisconsin their second loss in a row. I’m not seeing it. I see Wisconsin winning this game by double digits. Mark it down.

3) Georgia vs. Missouri (+14):

What do I say about quarterbacks? I always say take the team with the better gunslinger, and I like Drew Lock’s arm enough to keep this game within two touchdowns. I’m all in on the Tigers and the points.

4) Alabama vs. Texas A&M (+26.5):

This line is almost disrespectful to the Aggies. Why are we so quick to forget that they took Clemson to the end of the line? Alabama is going to win this game, but I don’t believe they’re going to win by nearly four touchdowns. I’m taking the Aggies.

5) Michigan State (-3.5) vs. Indiana:

The Spartans might not be as great as people anticipated, but they’re still good enough to beat the Hoosiers. I’m not even sure how close this game will be, but I think MSU runs away with it.

Let me know who you’re taking in the comments.

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