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Archived: College Football Week 3

September 14, 2022

Michigan State +3.5 at Washington, over/under: 57. Traveling to Seattle from East Lansing, Mich. Is certainly a tough trip, but this appears to be way too big of an adjustment for home-field advantage. Michigan State’s Mel Tucker and Washington’s Kalen DeBoer are two of the better coaches in the nation, but the former has a two-year lead on getting his systems in place. 

Miami +5.5 at Texas A&M, over/under: 48.5. Poor quarterback play doomed the Aggies against the Mountaineers, but there’s no questioning the talent spread throughout the rest of the roster. It’s a talent level Miami has yet, though probably eventually will, reach under new coach Mario Cristobal. With edges in yards per play and success rate, Texas A&M probably didn’t deserve to lose to Appalachian State in the first place and now presents a buy-low opportunity. 

Fresno State +13 at USC, over/under: 71.5. Fresno State went on the road to knock off UCLA last year, so it’s not going to have any fear or hesitancy playing at a power-conference in-state school. The Bulldogs also have enough of an explosive offense with quarterback Jake Haener and receiver Josh Kelly that, worst-case scenario, they’ll be gunning for a backdoor cover. 

Air Force -17 at Wyoming, over/under: 48.5. Air Force has blown out a pair of outmatched opponents to start the year, beating Northern Iowa and Colorado by an average of 31 points and outgaining them by 300 yards. Wyoming is just as outmatched as Northern Iowa and Colorado. 

California +10 at Notre Dame. The price here is discounted with Drew Pyne stepping in for the injured Tyler Buchner as Notre Dame’s quarterback, but the Irish weren’t getting much out of the latter anyway. It’s too early to judge coach Marcus Freeman, but it might not be if he can’t his team its sharpest coming off a major upset loss. Play: 

Tulane +16 at Kansas State. Kansas State’s run-first, option-heavy offense is humming, but it’s not going to catch Tulane as off-guard as it did Missouri. Tulane coach Willie Fritz has specialized in a somewhat similar scheme, and it looks like he might have a defense slightly better than his porous units of the last two years.

North Texas +3 at UNLV. The Mean Green present the first real passing attack the Rebels have seen all year with veteran quarterback Austin Aune. UNLV’s secondary is vulnerable to get picked apart. 

Ole Miss -16 at Georgia Tech. Ole Miss is every bit as talented as Clemson, which closed -24 before blowing out Georgia Tech 41-10. And Rebels coach Lane Kiffin isn’t exactly known for slowing up and showing mercy to opponents. 


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