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CFBMatrix College Football Picks – Week # 3

CFBMatrix College Football Picks – Week # 3

Last week Dave Bartoo’s CFBMatrix college football picks went 6-4 on BEST BET wagers, making him 14-6 YTD. Please find below a recap of week # 2 and this week’s FREE PICK from the CFBMatrix.

Week 2 Recap

ATS

UCLA +5 vs Nebraska – WINNER

Oregon State +8.5 vs Wisconsin – WINNER

Auburn +3.5 vs Mississippi StateLOSER

ML (winner picked first)

Oklahoma State -500 over Arizona  - LOSER

Cincinnati -175 to win over Pitt  - WINNER

Utah -300 to win over Utah State  - LOSER

Georgia -160 to win over Missouri  - WINNER

Oregon State +265 to win over Wisconsin* – WINNER

UCLA +180 to win over Nebraska * – WINNER

*In the past, underdogs picked by the Matrix to cover have a win percentage above .500 to win straight up. Most of these odds are +150 or better and create a boost to your ROI. Avoid them if you only like 1 play per team or reduce amount risked. My history says play them both.

Mr. Anderson’s Parlay

Utah, Cincinnati, Oklahoma State – LOSER

Week # 3 Selection

 

Maryland +3 to cover over Connecticut – Maryland scares the crap out of me, but this was a pick. UCONN under CPP has no upset wins against the Matrix in 2 years when picked to lose on the road.

 

More info about the CFBMatrix and Dave’s college football picks

Click here for our Q & A with Dave about the CFBMatrix.

Dave has 2 ATS wagers, 4 ML wagers going this weekend (he already nailed Rutgers +260 on Thursday night). All the plays are posted on his Best Bets subscription section on the CFBMatrix. He also makes himself available to everyone, so if you have any questions for him about the CFBMatrix, his subscription packages or you want him to interpret how he sees any outcomes, bet, odds, etc., give him a tweet @cfbmatrix or email dave@cfbmatrix.com.

 

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