College football is perhaps the most unpredictable sport in the world with unbelieveable upsets occuring on a weekly basis, and boatloads of money is bet on big games as a result. We're here to help - here are three underdogs you have to bet on this weekend:
Tennessee (+3) vs. Georgia - 3:30 pm ET, CBS
Both the Vols and Bulldogs are reeling following disappointing losses last weekend, and need to get their seasons turned around in a big way. Unfortunately for Georgia, this game is in Neyland Stadium with Vols fans looking for blood and UGA's offense appears to be lost following their beatdown at the hands of Alabama. Georgia needs to forget about last week and turn around their play fast or risk falling out of of the top 25 rankings. However, I give the Vols the leg up in this matchup because it's in Knoxville.
Miami (+9) at Florida State - 8:00 pm ET, ABC
This is Florida State's first big test of the year, and there's nothing that would help Miami head coach Al Golden's job security more than to get a victory over the rival Seminoles. FSU's passing attack has struggled all year (76th in the country in passing yards per game), and with running back Dalvin Cook banged up, their offense could have trouble moving the ball.
Their defense has been great this year, but Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya is the best they've faced all season. Considering the 'Canes nearly upset a better FSU teams last season, the 'Noles should be worried. Miami might not win, but it will definitely be close.
Cal (+7) at Utah - 10:00 pm ET, ESPN
Cal and Utah square off in the marquee game of Saturday's action, and both sides are looking at this game as one that will get them the national respect they so crave. Both teams are undefeated and think of themselves as Pac-12 frontrunners and College Football Playoff contenders, but few around the country think of them that way - even though Utah is in the top five after beating Oregon by 40 points. The winner of this game will suddenly become legitimate national title contenders and the favorite to win the Pac-12, while the loser will fall out of the national consciousness.
Cal's offense is one of the best in the country and want to turn this into a shootout. Even it they don't win, quarterback Jared Goff & Co. will be able to score enough points to keep this game close throughout.Back to the NCAA Newsfeed
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