2019 College Football Betting Picks That Can Win 10 Games

2019 College Football Betting Picks That Can Win 10 Games

Written by on July 31, 2019

Every college football handicapper knows that Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Michigan, Georgia and Clemson have a huge shot at reaching the 10 win mark. Georgia, Clemson, and Bama don’t just have a huge shot of reaching the 10 win mark. Those three teams are expected to reach the 10 win mark. Instead of discussing teams that should reach the 10 win mark, it makes sense to talk about under the radar teams that have a shot at reaching the 10 win mark. Check out analysis on 6 college football squads who should win at least 10 games during the regular season.

2019 College Football Betting Picks That Can Win 10 Games

Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Notre Dame’s total is 9, which means oddsmakers believe the Irish lose at least 3 games this season. On paper, the schedule appears daunting. It might not be. The Irish have two exceedingly tough games on the schedule: Sep. 21 at Georgia and Oct. 26 at Michigan. If the Irish lose only both those games, they’ll finish with 10 wins.

If Notre Dame upsets the Bulldogs or Wolverines, they could finish the regular season with only a single loss. Heck, Notre Dame could go undefeated during the regular season if they beat both Georgia and Michigan. They get USC and VA Tech at home while it should be a down year for Stanford.

Central Florida Knights

The total on UCF is 9 ½ games. The Knights, once again, should dominate their AAC opponents. They do have a couple of tough games, though. They face Cincinnati on the road on Oct. 4. That will be their toughest battle.

Before battling the Bearcats, they take on Stanford at home on Sep. 14. UCF should beat the Cardinal. They must also travel to Pittsburgh on Sep. 21. Another undefeated season might not be in UCF’s future. However, Central Florida should lose no more than 2 games during the regular season, which means they win 10 games.

Washington State Cougars

Washington State must really step it up to hit the 10 win mark. It’s not out of the question, though. The total is at 8 games. That means the Cougars are expected to lose at Utah, at Washington, and at Oregon. Yep. WASU battles the three toughest opponents on their schedule on the road this season.

The Cougars could upset either the Utes, Huskies, or Ducks. Houston at home on Sep. 13 and ASU on the road on Oct. 12 are also potential pitfalls. However, we know Mike Leach will field a high-scoring team. If the defense takes another step forward, it will rival Utah’s as the best unit in the Pac 12. Washington State can win 10 regular season games.

Utah Utes

Utah’s total is 9. Over is at -150, which means even though the Utes are under the radar to win 10 games, oddsmakers expect them to win 10 games. The Utes schedule isn’t pathetic. It’s not mind-blowingly difficult either.

The toughest game is on the road versus Washington. They’ve also got a pitfall game versus the Arizona Wildcats on the road on Nov. 23. But, the Utes don’t play Oregon and they get Washington State at home. Utah has no business not winning the Pac 12 South Division. They also have no business not winning 10 games.

Nebraska Cornhuskers

The only really good team the Nebraska Cornhuskers take on this season are the Ohio State Buckeyes. They battle Ohio State at home on Sep. 28. Nebraska’s road games are against Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, Purdue, and Maryland.

Although the total is 8 ½, Nebraska should probably only lose a single game during the regular season. Wisconsin must win with a new offensive line while no other team in the Big Ten West should touch the Cornhuskers. Nebraska shouldn’t lose more than 2 games in 2019.

Army Black Knights

The total on Army is 10. They should only lose a single game this season. The Black Knights take on Michigan on Sep. 7. The Wolverines will beat Army. Who else on the schedule can take down the top rushing team in college football? VMI? Rival Navy? Air Force? Tulane? Georgia State? Army looks like a lock for 11 wins, much less 10.