Odds, lines, picks, bets, college football predictions for week 4, 2021: proven simulation supporting LSU, UCLA


Texas A&M No.7 and Arkansas No.16 rekindle their rivalry Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS during their annual game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. A&M are favored by 5.5 points in the latest Caesars Sportsbook Week 4 college football odds. The Aggies have won the previous nine editions of this rivalry game, with three of those overtime wins. The top five teams in the Top 25 AP, meanwhile, are each favored by double digits in the Week 4 college football schedule, with four of those teams favored by more than 20 points at the Caesars.

Alabama’s No.1 is -45 against Southern Miss, Georgia’s No.2 is favored by 35.5 at Vanderbilt, Oregon’s No.3 is favored by 28.5 against Arizona, the No. 4 Oklahoma is favored by 17 against West Virginia and No. 5 Iowa is -23 against Colorado State. Before making any Week 4 college football picks on these or other games, be sure to check out the latest college football predictions and betting tips from SportsLine’s proven model.

The SportsLine projection model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Over the past five plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated an astounding profit of nearly $ 3,000 for every $ 100 players on its top-rated college football picks against the spread. He also enters Week 4 of the 2021 season on a 72-58 streak across all of the top-rated college football picks. Anyone who has followed him has seen huge returns.

Now he’s turned his attention to Caesars’ latest Week 4 college football odds and locked in picks for every FBS game. Head here to see each choice.

Best College Football Predictions in Week 4

One of the top college football picks the model recommends for Week 4: LSU covers as a 2.5-point favorite against Mississippi State at noon ET on Saturday. Both teams enter 2-1, LSU losing a game to UCLA before defeating McNeese State and Central Michigan, while MSU defeating Louisiana Tech and NC State before losing to Memphis.

In the first conference game for each team, LSU has the chance to prove that their 38-27 loss to UCLA was a fluke. The Tigers have come to grips with a few things against inferior competition over the past two weeks, and now they have the advantage of facing the Mississippi State offensive knowing that the strategy he employed the year last – the blitz all the time – didn’t work against Mike Leach’s air raid attack.

In the SportsLine model simulations, LSU wins and covers 60% of the time. The points total, which sits at 56.5 according to Caesars, is less than more than 50% of the sims.

Another of the model’s college football predictions: UCLA’s number 24 (-5) covers at Stanford. The Bruins got off to a good start to the season when they picked up victories over Hawaii and the No.16 LSU, but slipped into a loss to Fresno State last week. They’re going to be motivated for a rebound performance at Stanford on Saturday. UCLA quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson has managed 55 percent of his passing attempts and has a 7-to-1 touchdown / interception ratio this season.

Stanford played three straight away games to open the season, which could lead to some fatigue ahead of this competition. The Bruins have covered the spread in six of their last nine games and are 4-2 ATS in their last six conference games. SportsLine’s model has UCLA covering this gap in almost 60% of the simulations.

How To Make Week 4 College Football Picks

The model also called for who wins and covers in every other game on the Week 4 college football schedule, and he calls a Top 25 favorite to go down hard. You can only get every pick for every game on SportsLine.

So what college football choices can you make with confidence? And who is the Top 25 favorite? Check out the latest college football odds below, then visit SportsLine to see which teams are winning and covering the gap, all from a proven computer model that has grossed nearly $ 3,000 in profit over the past five years. seasons and more, and find out.

Week 4 College Football Odds (via Caesars)

Here are the college football lines for some of Week 4’s most notable clashes:

Saturday September 25

Georgia vs. Vanderbilt (+34, 51)

Notre-Dame vs. Wisconsin (-5.5, 46.5)

Featured Game | Wisconsin Badgers vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

UMass v Coastal Carolina (-36, 67)

Rutgers vs. Michigan (-18.5, 51.5)

Clemson vs. NC State (+10, 47)

Featured Game | NC State Wolfpack vs. Clemson Tigers

Iowa State vs. Baylor (+6.5, 47.5)

Featured Game | Baylor Bears vs. Iowa State Cyclones

Colorado State vs. Iowa (-23, 44.5)

Featured Game | Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Colorado State Rams

Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (+5.5, 48)

Featured Game | Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Georgia State vs. Auburn (-27, 57)

Featured Game | Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas A&M Aggies

UCLA vs. Stanford (+6, 58.5)

Featured Game | Stanford Cardinal vs. UCLA Bruins

Nebraska vs. Michigan State (-5, 51.5)

Featured Game | Michigan State Spartans vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers

Kansas State vs. Oklahoma State (-6, 45)

Featured Game | Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Kansas State Wildcats

North Carolina vs. Georgia Tech (+12, 63)

Featured Game | Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. North Carolina Tar Heels

Akron v Ohio State (-49, 67.5)

Alabama vs. Southern Mississippi (+45, 57.5)

Oklahoma vs. West Virginia (+16.5, 59)

Featured Game | Oklahoma Sooners vs. West Virginia Mountaineers

USF vs. BYU (-23, 52)

Featured Game | BYU Cougars vs. South Florida Bulls

Arizona v Oregon (-28, 58)

Featured Game | Oregon Ducks vs. Arizona Wildcats


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