CFB Week 7 Preview

October 13, 2023 Articles Comments Off on CFB Week 7 Preview


We are officially past the halfway point of the College Football season…..

Below is your preview of the 5 biggest games of the weekend.

#8 Oregon (5-0) @ #7 Washington (5-0) 3:30 PM EST:

This is BY FAR the biggest matchup between these two programs for quite some time.

Over the past 20 years typically one program has been good, but not both.

So who has the edge here?

Washington is currently a -3 favorite which tells you this is going to be a close game (they are given those 3 points for home field advantage).

The hope is that this game will feature a TON of points aka a ton of excitement.

Bo Nix and Michael Penix Jr are both in the Heisman conversation, so a signature performance here would only help their case.

I will be curious to see how the Huskies handle this moment.

Oregon has been in more significant matchups in recent years, so the Ducks could have a slight edge in how they perform.

Nonetheless, this is a moment for both Pac 12 teams to seize the initiative both locally and nationally…..

Who will come out on top?

#10 USC (6-0) @ #21 Notre Dame (3-2) 7:30 PM EST:

Both fanbases have to be worried heading into this game.

Notre Dame’s season is effectively already finished with losses to Ohio State and Louisville eliminating the Irish from playoff contention.

Meanwhile, USC has barely squeaked by inferior opposition over the last few games.

With USC still being in the playoff hunt, that puts all the pressure on the Trojans.

Obviously that is less than ideal coming off of unconvincing performances.

The key for the Trojans will be their defense.

Can USC get something going on the defensive side of the ball to help out their star quarterback Caleb Williams?

Notre Dame will look to control the game and dominate time of possession.

Currently the Irish are a -2.5 favorite heading into this primetime matchup.

Texas A&M (4-2) @ #19 Tennessee (4-1) 3:30 PM EST:

This is probably the “make or break” game of the week.

The Aggies cannot afford to go to 4-3, which could bring up memories of last year’s 5-7 disappointment.

Tennessee REALLY can’t afford to drop this one with games against Alabama AND Georgia still to come.

The Vols have not hit the heights of last year, but still boast a very talented team and get the benefit of being at home.

Furthermore, they are playing a Texas A&M team that seems to consistently fail to get over the hump (see last weeks game vs Alabama for the most recent reference point).

The key to this one will be Joe Milton.

Can he put in a good performance in front of the Rocky Top faithful?

It has been an up and down year for the hyped up quarterback but a good performance here would boost his confidence ahead of next weeks showdown vs Alabama.

Tennessee is currently a -3 favorite so we shall see how this one plays out.

#18 UCLA (4-1) @ #15 Oregon State (5-1) 8:00 PM EST:

This is a battle of defense vs offense.

The Bruins have one of the better defenses in the country as they head on the road for this weeks game vs the Beavers.

Oregon State is lead by D.J. Uiagaleleli who has been solid so far.

The Beavers are a -3.5 favorite and this should be a good primetime battle between two teams that are trying to challenge the upper tiers of the Pac 12.

#25 Miami (4-1) @ #12 North Carolina (5-0) 7:30 PM EST:

For Miami things cannot be much worse.

Last weeks BLOWN game against Georgia Tech will go down in sports history.

Now they have to go on the road to face a strong Tar Heels team that is trying to win the ACC Championship.

Drake Maye is one of the best quarterbacks in the country and he makes North Carolina click.

Furthermore, North Carolina’s defense has been vastly improved compared to last year.

The Tar Heels are a -3 favorite, but you have to believe that Hurricanes fans are worried about this one.

Happy Betting!


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