October 29, 2021
The Grueling Truth’s Mike Goodpaster is back with more College Football picks. Mike was 5-2 last week which now has him at 51-30 on the season. With picks like these you know you can trust him just like you can trust our College Football Betting Strategies.
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Gotta love these big college football spreads. Still nothing to be scared about here so take the Bearcats to cover all of those points. Tulane is 1-6 with one of the worst defenses in the country. Their starting QB could even be missing for this one and if he is they’re forced to start their third string freshman.
This game is a real toss up. Neither team has given up explosive plays, and both offenses operate slow and on the ground. Take the under, both teams won’t score into the high 20’s.
Miami has not been good, and 5th year senior Pitt QB Pickett has shown that he’s a legit Heisman candidate. Pitt will have plenty of success through the air so take the over and feel good about it.
Georgia Tech can move the ball no matter who they play. Virginia Tech is reeling after losing four out of their last five. Take Georgia Tech to win this one by more than four.
State is finally playing how people expected. WVU has yet to really do anything special. Fresh off a win over #8 Oklahoma State take Iowa State who’s covered in four out of their last five when on the road as favorites.
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Louisville is better than it’s record shows with an underrated QB under center. NC State’s defense is a patchwork due to injuries. Louisville may not win, but they’ll definitely cover the seven points.