When you sign-up through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more >
With so many games taking place each week in college football, it can be challenging to sift through the best bets to make.
Well, we’ve got you covered below.
Let’s dig into this Week 9 college slate.
The Trojans are an offense that is difficult to slow down, and the 118th-ranked school in the country, when it comes to yards allowed per game, isn’t going to be the one to do it.
At 15 points, this can be quite a lot for a total of 76, and USC allows about 382 yards per game.
Arizona quarterback Jayden de Laura has thrown for 400 yards or more three times this season and even has a six-touchdown game, but he does have 16 turnover-worthy plays, according to Pro Football Focus.
If de Laura gets into turnover trouble, that could be all USC needs to tear this one wide open.
🔥 Claimed by 174 people this week!
Promo Code "WSNMGM"
Boosted parlays with enhanced odds
Impressive range of bets
Bet $5, Get $150 in Bonus Bets
21+ | T&Cs apply. *Bonus Bets Expire in 7 Days. One New Customer Offer Only. Add’l terms.
The Ohio State Buckeyes will look to make a case to become the No. 1 ranked team in the nation, but the No. 13 Nittany Lions won’t go quietly.
Don’t get it twisted: The Buckeyes will win.
However, the Buckeyes face a Penn State defense that has allowed just six passing touchdowns and 4.16 yards per carry.
The Buckeyes had trouble getting their ground game going last week in a blowout against the Iowa Hawkeyes. They have excellent receivers in Marvin Harrison Jr. and Emeka Agbuka. They have Jaxon Smith-Njigba, but he’s been dealing with rough injuries all season. However, the Nittany Lions have some excellent coverage players in Joey Porter Jr. and Kalen King at outside cornerback.
Up front, the Nittany Lions have edge rusher Chop Robinson and several above-average run defenders.
The goal for Penn State in this game will be to run the ball—they average 178.4 yards per game—and keep Ohio State off the field.
They should hang around if the Nittany Lions can contain the big plays down the sideline. They don’t have a good enough offense to win the game, but they could hang around.
🔥 Claimed by 40 people this week!
No bet-throughs required
Lots of sport-specific promos
Promo code 'WSN1000'
$1,000 First Bet on Caesars
21+ | T&Cs Apply. Gambling problem? Call or text 1-800-GAMBLER.
The total in this game is low at 44.5, but neither of these teams has shown anything all year to give hope to touchdowns getting scored here.
Boston College has one of the worst offensive lines in the country, and their only playmaker is Zay Flowers. For UConn, they allow less than 240 passing yards per game. Eagles quarterback Phil Jurkovec has completed no more than 52.6% of his passes over the past two weeks.
The Huskies will look to run the ball in this one, as they have two players with more than 60 carries this year. While BC allows 147 rushing yards per game, it doesn’t exactly breed a lot of confidence to see this game go over with two offenses that are one-dimensional. The defenses perform, at the very least, OK.
It’s pretty amazing that the Eagles are laying more than a touchdown here, so you can bet either the under or UConn and the points.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
© Rebel Penguin ApS 2024 (a subsidiary of Gaming Innovation Group Inc.)
We support responsible gambling. 21+ Only. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-Gambler.
WSN.com is run by iGaming Cloud Inc (a Gaming Innovation Group Subsidiary) and is registered with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) under affiliate vendor ID 89744, with the Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) under certificate of registration number SWR-000148, approved by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board as a gaming service provider, under certificate registration number 117656-1, possesses a Vendor Minor sports betting license from the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission (account number 94414163), granted a vendor registration number VR007603-20-001 by the Michigan Gaming Control Board, an interim Sports Wagering Supplier license, under license number SWS 066, issued by the West Virginia Lottery Commission, a sports betting vendor registration, under registration number #100400, issued by the Director of Gaming Licensing and Investigations of the Virginia Lottery to operate in the State of Virginia, and a Vendor Registration issued by the Sports Wagering Committee of the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation.
Advertising disclosure: WSN contains links to online retailers on its website. When people click on our affiliate links and make purchases, WSN earns a commission from our partners, including ESPN and various sportsbooks.