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CFBMatrix Week # 5 College Football Picks

CFBMatrix Week # 5 College Football Picks

Last week Dave Bartoo’s CFBMatrix college football picks went 4-7 on BEST BET wagers, which was the Matrix’s first losing week of the season. The CFBMatrix is currently 23-14 YTD. Please find below a recap of week # 4 and this week’s FREE PICK from the CFBMatrix.

 

Week 4 Recap

ATS

  • Hawaii +10 at home against Nevada – It meets the metrics of a regular AQ ATS – LOSS
  • Kansas +10 against Northern Illinois – WIN
  • Michigan +6 against Notre Dame – LOSS

MoneyLines (ML)

  • Wake -250 to beat Army – WIN
  • South Florida -370 at Ball State – LOSS
  • UConn -125 over Western Michigan – Huskies should roll this and good value – LOSS
  • Louisville -490 over FIU – Strong has been solid on the road and talent gap is big – WIN
  • San Diego State -170 over San Jose State – Good value with SDSU at home and better talent – LOSS
  • South Carolina -360 at home over Missouri – WIN
  • Iowa -550 at home over Central MI – Ferentz hasn’t lost 2 OOCs at home for over 7 yrs – LOSS

Mr. Anderson’s Weekly Parlay

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

Week # 5 FREE PICK

Missouri +3 over Central Florida  – I had Mizzou picked to win this a while ago. Pinkel has lost 2 road games in 5 years when I pick him to win on the road. This was +3 at writing time, but is going back and forth with +2. I feel Mizzou wins straight up.

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