Sports-Odds.com decided to checkout the Week 3 College Football Lines on a few key televised top 25 games that we wanted to analyze in more detail for readers. Each of these games are between undefeated squads that still have National Title aspirations. Unfortunately only 3 of the 6 teams will still be without a loss heading into Week 4. Let’s see who the Experts think are the best College Football Picks this week.
The SEC East is starting off with a bang in Week 3 as the No. 18 ranked Florida Gators (2-0) travel to Knoxville to take on the Tennessee Volunteers (2-0) at 6:00 PM EST which will be televised on ESPN. It’s the first time that Tennessee has been in the Top 25 in the last four seasons and they must beat the Gators to stay in it. The college football odds makers show the Vols are -3 point home favorites with the total set at OVER/UNDER 48 points. The experts had mixed opinions on the outcome of a potential Florida vs Tennessee Pick.
In a key early PAC 12 showdown, the No. 2 ranked USC Trojans (2-0) travels to Palo Alto to take on No. 21 ranked Stanford Cardinal (2-0) at 7:30 PM EST which will be televised on FOX. Senior Trojans quarterback Matt Barkley is looking for his first win against the Cardinal in his career at Southern Cal. The odds makers have made USC -9 point road favorites with the total set at OVER/UNDER 57 points. I think Stanford will keep it close and suggest bettors take the points.
Be sure to compare College Football Lines before you make any Week 3 Picks!
The No. 20 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish head to East Lansing to take on the No. 10 ranked Michigan State Spartans at 8:00 PM EST which will be televised on ABC. Irish head coach Brian Kelly will have to figure out which of his two quarterbacks can crack the Spartan defensive which has not given up a touchdown in their first two games of the season. The college football betting lines makers have Sparty -6 point home favorites with the total set at OVER/UNDER 44 points. See who the experts selected when they made their Notre Dame vs Michigan State Pick earlier this week.