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Week 10 of the College Football season is here. We have the Game of the Year with the Georgia Bulldogs hosting the Tennessee Volunteers.
The Volunteers are No. 2 in the nation but sit atop the CFB Playoff Rankings. In contrast, Georgia is No. 1 in the country but No. 3 in the CFB Playoff Rankings.
Below we’re building a three-leg parlay at DraftKings Sportsbook, including that game. You can also get a $1,000 deposit bonus on this parlay right now when you sign up for a new account using our link.
The parlay below has odds of +596.
Let’s dive in.
Getting eight points on the road with this Volunteers offense is something we’ll definitely take. Sure, you’d hope for maybe 10, considering how well the Bulldogs' defense has been this year (they’ve allowed just seven touchdowns), but it appears DraftKings sees through that somewhat.
Not taking anything away from the Bulldogs, they have yet to face an offense like the Volunteers and quarterback Hendon Hooker. Hooker has just one interception this year, over 20 touchdown passes, and over 2,300 passing yards. He’s also run for 418 yards and four more scores.
The Volunteers are second in the nation in passing yards per game at over 353, and Hooker also had 385 yards and four touchdowns against the Alabama Crimson Tide in Week 8.
The Bulldogs will be able to score in this one, as the Volunteers allow nearly 400 yards of offense per game.
Bulldogs quarterback Stetson Bennett has just nine passing touchdowns this season. However, the Bulldogs still average 328 yards passing per game (10th in the country).
This will be a battle all night long and come to the wire, similar to Alabama and Tennessee. An alternate bet here is the over, which is at 66 points.
Service academy game, here we go.
These kinds of teams are always, always, always rush-heavy, and this year is no different.
Air Force is No.1 in the country with 336.8 rushing yards per game, and Army is at 334.6 yards per game.
Defensively, Army allows 212.4 rushing yards per game and 5.45 yards per carry, while Air Force allows just 126.4 per game.
There’s a notable trend with service academy games to keep in mind. Since 2005, the under has hit 80.5% of the time, according to Action Network.
This game is going to be all running with extended drives and each team having few drives.
Another week, another USC game betting the over.
This USC offense is astonishingly potent, averaging 307.9 yards through the air per game, 13.39 yards per completion, and 24 touchdowns.
While California also averages more than 260 passing yards per game, their defense is 126th in the nation, allowing 11.35 yards per completion and over 292 yards per game.
Against this USC offense, that is not a statistic you want to hold.
As mentioned, California likes to throw the ball as well, and they’ll face a USC defense that allows close to 250 passing yards per game, ranking 93rd in the country.
We should have plenty of passing here, allowing for an over.
USC has scored 40 or more in four of its last six games.
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
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