Last Minute Picks for Week 4 NCAAF

Last Minute Picks for Week 4 NCAAF

Written by on September 21, 2022

NCAA Football is in full swing as we have a bunch of tapes to dive into and make sure we are on the correct side of the betting markets for these games. Let’s talk about a few games and their spreads to determine some picks for Week 4!

Last Minute Picks for Week 4 College Football 2022

Virginia Cavaliers vs. Syracuse Orange (-11)

One big thing to note about this game is that Robert Anae is currently the offensive coordinator for the Syracuse Orange and in his first year with the program. However, he had the same position with the Virginia Cavaliers during the 2021 season. Virginia’s quarterback Brennan Armstrong has not been doing too great as he has two touchdown passes and three interceptions, while Syracuse’s quarterback Garrett Shrader has eight passing touchdowns without any interceptions this season. Running back Sean Tucker has also dominated in the running game with 254 rushing yards so far. The offenses are on two completely different levels so go with the Orange to cover the spread in their own building. 

UCLA Bruins (-21.5) vs. Colorado Buffaloes 

There is a huge reason why the UCLA Bruins are a perfect 3-0 this season, while the Colorado Buffaloes are yet to win a single game entering this matchup. The defenses are on two different levels thus far, and the major spot is the rushing defense. Entering this game, the Bruins are allowing 95.3 rushing yards per game, while the Buffaloes are giving up a massive 348 rushing yards per game. It’s going to be difficult for Colorado as quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson is a mobile quarterback that can use his leg as well as his arm to move the ball down the field. The Buffaloes are 0-3 against the spread this year so go with the UCLA Bruins to eat the points and win by a huge margin. 

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (+20.5) vs. UCF Knights

This spread just feels a little too high for my liking as this is not the same UCF Knights team that we had a few years ago. Quarterback John Rhys Plumlee has been throwing and passing the ball as he leads in both categories in terms of yardage. Georgia Tech’s defensive numbers are definitely inflated after having to face the likes of the Clemson Tigers and the Ole Miss Rebels in two of their first three games. They are more likely to be similar to their game against West Carolina, where they gave up 17 points. The sportsbooks are drastically overrating the UFC Knights’s ability to move the ball down the field against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets so give me the 20.5 points and go with Georgia Tech to cover the spread. 

What games are you eyeing as Week 4 of the College Football season? Make sure to let us know and find yourself some hidden gems as there are a bunch of games that we can take advantage of on the slate! 
 

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