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CFBMatrix Week # 4 College Football Picks

CFBMatrix Week # 4 College Football Picks

Last week Dave Bartoo’s CFBMatrix college football picks went 5-1-1 on BEST BET wagers, making him 19-7-1 YTD. Dave’s FREE picks here at The Saturday Edge have gone 1-1-1. Please find below a recap of week # 3 and this week’s FREE PICK from the CFBMatrix.

 

Week 3 Recap

ATS

Maryland +3 vs UCONN – PUSH

Utah State +3.5 over BYU – WINNER

ML (winner picked first)

Rutgers +260 to win over South Florida – I normally am cautious or avoid new head coaches, but that has cost me winners in the past. Aggressive play here with new HC at Rutgers. BUT! Holtz and South Florida have ZERO upset wins at home when I pick against them. They are due for one sure enough, but I like getting nearly 3:1 on this trend! – WINNER

Wisconsin -550 over Utah State – Lot of juice here but I see easy ROI (but felt the same on OKState and Utah last week) Badgers in last 5 years at home have zero home losses to team with less talent in the Matrix – WINNER

Maryland +125 to win – LOSER

Utah +165 to win – WINNER

Florida +135 over Tennessee If you want less risk just take Florida ATS and +3 or so points at -110 – WINNER

Week # 4 FREE PICK

Mr. Anderson’s Weekly Parlay

Louisville, Iowa, San Diego State – I am taking all 3 SU to win. Approx 1.5:1 payout

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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