Week 5 College Football Sports Betting Picks For Moneyline, Parlays, ATS Winners

Ready for winning information about to beat the top vetted and approved sportsbooks. College football week 5 betting tips are up.

Let’s start out with sports betting picks.

Pac-12 title game preview? Might be, although the loser probably doesn’t make it with one conference loss already on each’s resume. The Utes were 30-23 losers at USC last Friday. To make matters worse, star running back Zack Moss was hurt in that one. Moss injured his shoulder in the first half Friday after rushing for 20 yards on six carries. The senior is second on the Utes’ all-time rushing yards list. Not yet clear how long he will be out will be out but not expected to be the season.
Against the Trojans, Tyler Huntley went 22-for-30 (1 TD, 0 INT) for 210 yards passing. His 210 yards passing marks his 14th career 200-yard game, breaking a tie for eighth all-time with Alex Smith (13, 2002-04). Three players are tied for fifth all-time with 16 (Frank Dolce, 1991-92; Mike Fouts, 1995-96; Travis Wilson, 2012-15). Utah had 16 penalties, its most since recording a school-record 21 penalties vs. Utah State on Nov. 12, 1983. Despite holding USC to just 13 rushing yards, the Trojans were able to go for 368 passing with three of their four touchdowns coming through the air.

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Now straight up betting and moneyline winners.

We are now a month into the college football season, with some obvious favorites emerging from the pack. The Georgia Bulldogs may have had the most impressive win in Week 4, taking out Notre Dame in a thriller. We have some other huge games on the schedule for College Football Week 5, which is why we are going to try and deliver some winning picks for you guys.
We will have ATS and O/U picks, but we are going to get the ball rolling with a selection of straight up picks. As usual, we will be going with games that the bookies have as close as opposed to those that have a huge NCAAF betting favorite, so let’s get right to it.

Outright winning picks information below

Now to totals winning betting information.

Speaking of big results, the Michigan Wolverines dropped out of the National Championship conversation in a big way with a 35-14 loss to Wisconsin last weekend. It was a loss that you saw coming, as the Wolverines had been struggling to eke out wins all season long.
The biggest issue of many for this team is their inability to get anything going on the offensive side of the football. While you would expect them to win this one, I have a hard team seeing them putting up the kind of offensive output to get this game beyond the point total. I am UNDER all the way here.

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Joe Duffy is in fire. Off another great week, going 18-6 in football including Thursday Night Total of the Year, SEC West Total of the Year. I am 26-12 NFL since preseason. Ten NFL Thursday through Monday, including Interconference Underdog of the Year and AFC Monday Night Game of the Year. We also have two college bets Thursday and Friday each and seven Saturday. Get the picks now   

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