NCAAF Biggest Betting Mismatches for Week 9

NCAAF Biggest Betting Mismatches for Week 9

Written by on October 26, 2021

Every week, huge betting mismatches happen in college football. Week 9 is no different. Starting on Thursday when Coastal Carolina takes on Troy, some teams aren’t getting close to the attention from oddsmakers that they should. Keep reading for NCAAF Week 9’s top betting mismatches so you can get all set to bet against the NCAAF odds

NCAAF Betting Predictions – Week 9 Biggest Uneven Matches

2021 College Football Week 9

  • When: Thursday, Oct. 28 – Saturday, Oct. 30

Coastal Carolina hosting Troy

  • When: Thursday, Oct. 28

The Chanticleers opened as a -16 favorite. At the time of this writing, on Tuesday, Oct. 26, Coastal has added a couple of points to go to -18 ½. Don’t be surprised if Triple-C ends up a -20 or possibly even a -21 favorite.

Coastal is 4-0 ATS at home and Troy is 1-3 ATS on the road. The Chanticleers should bounce back from last week’s upset loss to App State. 

Nevada hosting UNLV

  • When: Friday, Oct. 29

UNLV has a very good 3-0 agianst the spread record on the road, but Nevada might be the Mountain West’s best team. The Wolf Pack is 5-2 SU and ATS. 

The lone losses happened against Kansas State and Fresno State. Nevada is also 3-1 ATS in their last 4. The failed cover happened as a -28 chalk versus New Mexico State in a game Nevada won 55-28.

The Wolf Pack is a good bet to cover the -20 ½ spread.   

Cincinnati Bearcats at Tulane Green Wave

  • When: Saturday, Oct. 30

In their last, Cincinnati struggled to beat Navy in a much closer than it should have been 27-20 game. Don’t expect the Bearcats to struggle versus the Green Wave.

The game against the Midshipmen was Cincy’s first non-cover since a 42-7 victory over Murray State as a -36 choice. The Bearcats should cover the -24 ½ spread because Tulane is 2-5 ATS on the season.  

Pittsburgh hosting Miami

  • When: Saturday, Oct. 30

Tyler Van Dyke has played well under center in place of Miami’s injured starter D’Eriq King. But Van Dyke and the Hurricanes head to Pittsburgh after an upset victory against the NC State Wolfpack. There’s a chance the Canes bounce. 

Panthers’ quarterback Kenny Pickett should win the Heisman this season, which is why although the spread is high, Pitt -12, the Panthers will cover by at least 6 points. Pittsburgh all the way.   

UCF on the road against Temple

  • When: Saturday, Oct. 30

The Owls are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games. Central Florida covered against Memphis in their last. The Golden Knights played defense in that game, holding the Tigers to 7 points in a 24-7 victory.

South Florida beat Temple 34-14 in the Owls’ last. UCF quarterback Dillon Gabriel should dominate the dog. The Knights cover the -10 ½.

Oklahoma State hosting the Kansas Jayhawks

  • When: Saturday, Oct. 30

The Jayhawks played Oklahoma tough, which means they figure to live up to their billing as the worst, or second worst because Arizona might be the absolute worst, Power 5 Conference team in the country. 

Iowa State beat Oklahoma State in Week 8. So the Pokes should bounce back with a huge effort. The spread is Oklahoma State -30. Mike Gundy’s squad covers.  

Missouri at Vanderbilt 

  • When: Saturday, Oct. 30

How bad is Vanderbilt? The Commodores are home underdogs versus Mizzou, a 3-4 team that allows 37.1 points per. 

Not only are Vanderbilt home dogs, but they’re +16 home dogs. Missouri should rout the terrible Commodores. Expect a big, at least 21-point, Mizzou victory. 

Wake Forest hosting Duke

  • When: Saturday, Oct. 30

The ACC’s top mismatch pits the Demon Deacons against the Blue Devils. On Oct. 23, Wake scored 70 points in an insane 70-56 win against Army.

Duke allows an average of 31.6 per contest and this happens at Wake. We’d be very surprised if the Deacons didn’t cover the -16 ½ spread. 


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