NCAAF 2021 Season Week 4 Parlay Betting Picks & Predictions

NCAAF 2021 Season Week 4 Parlay Betting Picks & Predictions

In terms of our parlay picks, we have been having some real success in the early part of the college football season, hitting in 5 of our 9 tickets to this point. Keeping that level of success going is always tough, but we are going to do our very best to continue delivering some solid picks for you guys. As always, we encourage you to mix in your own picks or spread ours out in a number of different ways. It makes sense that you are not going to like some of the picks that we deliver, so always trust your own capping skills. As always, we have a trio of parlay picks for Week 4 of the college football season. Let’s jump right in so you can continue betting against the NCAAF odds.

2021 Parlay Picks for Week 4 | College Football Betting

NCAAF Week 4 SU Parlay – Mississippi State, Western Michigan, Memphis

I am taking a bit of a chance with the first pick in this parlay, but I do like the Mississippi State Bulldogs at home to the LSU Tigers. This is not a matchup where they have had a ton of success, but you can bet that they will have a massive chip on their shoulder after poor officiating cost them last weekend.

Let’s step outside of the Power 5 for out next pick, which is the Western Michigan Broncos over the San Jose State Spartans. Michigan State is a solid 9-1 in their last 10 games at home, while the Spartans are just 2-12 SU in their last 14 games played in September.

Memphis is coming off a big upset win against the Mississippi State Bulldogs last weekend, so they need to be careful not to let down against the UTSA Roadrunners. Memphis has been a fantastic pick in the month of September, winning each of their last 7.

NCAAF Week 4 ATS Parlay – Boston College (+2 ½), Iowa (-22 ½), Michigan State (-5)

The Boston College Eagles are at home to the Missouri Tigers in a game where location seems to be everything in terms of ATS trends. The Tigers have covered just once in their last 9 on the road, while the Eagles are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 at home.

I tend not to focus on a single team over the course of a season, but Iowa has been very good to me through the first 3 weeks. I am going to roll with them again, as they have covered in all 3 of their games this season.

The final ATS pick is one that is more of a hunch than anything, as the trends suggest that the Michigan State Spartans are not a great pick. They have covered just once in their last 9 games versus Nebraska, but I think they snap that streak here.

NCAAF Week 4 O/U Parlay – Texas (O61), Illinois (U55 ½), Texas A&M (O48)

One thing that seems to be a constant in the Big 12 is games that end up in a shootout. This weekend, Texas and Texas Tech square off in a game that usually delivers a lot of offense. 4 of the last 6 meetings between these two teams have gone OVER.

Illinois goes on the road this weekend to face the Purdue Boilermakers in a matchup that is usually on the UNDER side of things. In fact, the UNDER has hit in 6 of the last 7 games that the Illini have played on the road at Purdue.

While the Texas A&M Aggies have been solid on the defensive side of the football, they have not been great on offense. The good news is that the bookies have the point total against Arkansas down low enough to make the OVER look like a great pick.


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