CFB Week 10 Preview

November 3, 2023 Articles Comments Off on CFB Week 10 Preview

Hey,

Week 10 of the College Football season has some exciting matchups to look forward to.

Below you will find the full preview for this weeks primary games…..

#14 LSU (6-2) @ #8 Alabama (7-1) 7:45 PM EST:

This game ALWAYS matters in the SEC – no matter the season.

Both teams will be disappointed in already having losses, in LSU’s case two losses, but the importance of this one remains the same.

The winner here will have a great chance of making the SEC Championship, and therefore a chance at making the College Football Playoff.

Interestingly, these teams are very different.

Alabama plays physical, controlled football, where it prides itself on defense.

LSU has the flashy offense, but a lackluster defense has held the Tigers back this year.

With such contrasting styles it will be interesting to see who can get the upper hand.

Alabama is a -3 favorite, but earlier this week it was at -5.5 so the line is trending in LSU’s favor.

This will be an absolute must watch on your Saturday Slate!

#12 Missouri (7-1) @ #2 Georgia (8-0) 3:30 PM EST:

Many have tried beating the Georgia Bulldogs, and many have failed, so to say the Missouri Tigers winning would be quite the shock would be an understatement.

Missouri is having a dream season following years of mediocrity, but now they have their biggest test of all.

The Bulldogs will once again be without Brock Bowers, but that did not hurt them in their win last week.

However, Missouri will have far more firepower on offense than the Florida Gators had last time out.

The Tigers have a good quarterback in Brady Cook as well as an All Star wide receiver in Luther Burden.

For Mizzou to have any chance both players MUST play well, AND the defense must hold up against the Dawgs.

It is a lot to ask for, but that does come with the territory when you are a +15.5 underdog on the road vs the back to back National Champs.

#5 Washington (8-0) @ #20 USC (7-2) 7:30 PM EST:

I usually don’t discuss totals during these previews, but I think it is worth mentioning here.

The over/under is currently 76.5, and I am hoping that the over covered easily aka a ton of points.

USC plays literally no defense, so Washington should be able to score points with their Heisman candidate Michael Penix leading the way.

He will be facing off against the Heisman winner from last year – USC quarterback Caleb Williams.

It will take a Heisman like performance from Williams for the Trojans to have any chance in this one.

One thing working in USC’s favor is the Huskies have been struggling of late.

Washington had to scrape by Stanford and Arizona State in back to back games.

When you combine that with the fact that ALL the pressure is on the Huskies to win…..

You get a very real scenario where USC can cover the spread at +3.

#9 Oklahoma (7-1) @ #22 Oklahoma State (6-2) 3:30 PM EST:

It tells you how great of a week this is when this falls as the 4th most important game.

The Bedlam Rivalry is historically one-sided, but the animosity between both sides is still sharp.

It is heightened by Oklahoma leaving for the SEC after this season.

That means this is the last scheduled game between these two programs for the foreseeable future.

The stakes are high in this one to say the least.

And thats’s before you throw in Oklahoma’s CFB hopes into the equation.

Following last weeks loss to Kansas, the Sooners will have to win out, and look for some help to sneak into the playoff.

All of the above means that Oklahoma State will be PLENTY motivated to beat the Sooners.

Oklahoma State is currently a +6 underdog, but I would not be shocked if it is even closer than that…..

#23 Kansas State (6-2) @ #7 Texas (7-1) 12:00 PM EST:

Another week where the Texas Longhorns have the opportunity to prove they are BACK.

Texas likely is back following that win over Alabama earlier in the year, but losing this one would raise some doubts.

In their way (besides their quarterback Quinn Ewers being out) is Kansas State.

Kansas State is essentially the Utah of the Big 12 – consistently good, but rarely talked about.

The Wildcats are quietly 6-2 and come in with some momentum following 3 straight comfortable wins.

If Kansas State pulls off the upset, then the Big 12 will be in real jeopardy of missing out on a playoff birth.

Needless to say it is paramount that Texas wins this game.

The Longhorns are a -3.5 favorite, but we will see how they cope without Quinn Ewers in the fold…..

Happy Betting!

Sincerely,

Juicy Wagers

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