College Football Picks Podcast Week 5 NCAA Predictions Previews Odds From Mitch on Tonys Picks TV 9-26-2017

September 26, 2017

Mitch from Sports Chat Place guests on the Tonys Picks TV Show and offers his picks, predictions, previews and odds from Week 5 of College Football.

CALL 888-711-4311–Tonys Courtesy Line

Thursday September 28th, 2017—
8PM ET—Texas at Iowa St (ESPN)
Texas -6 with over under 63.5
Texas returns to action after dropping an overtime decision at USC in Week 3.
Iowa St shut out Texas at home in 2015 by the score of 24-0. They are 2-1 losing their lone major test at home to Iowa 44-41 in overtime coughing up a late fourth quarter lead.
Friday September 29th, 2017—
7PM ET—Miami at Duke (ESPN)
Miami -6.5 with over under 56
Some are calling this the “Are you For Real” game for Duke. They are 4-0 with wins at home to Northwestern and Baylor. Last year they travel to North Carolina and win 27-17.
Miami faced a Toledo team with an experience quarterback and win at home 52-30 covering as a 13.5 favorite.
10:30PM ET—USC at Washington St (ESPN)
USC -3.5 with over under 65
USC struggled with Cal for three quarters until running away in the fourth quarter scoring the first 17 points of their 30-20 win as the Golden Bears score a late touchdown for the cover.
Washington St took care of business last week beating Nevada 45-7 with USC on deck. They are playing their fifth straight home game. They are only running for 2.8 yards per carry.
Saturday September 30th, 2017
12PM ET—Northwestern at Wisconsin (ABC)
Wisconsin -14.5 with over under 50.5
Badgers broke a two game losing streak against Northwestern by beating the Wildcats last year 21-7 on the road. Badgers off the bye after blowing out BYU on the road 40-6.
Northwestern in their lone road game lost at Duke 41-17.
3:30PM ET—Georgia at Tennessee (CBS)
Georgia -7 with over under 48
Georgia puts a pounding at home to Mississippi St 31-3. In their lone road game they beat Notre Dame 20-19 as a 5.5 underdog.
Tennessee after losing at Florida on a 65 yard touchdown pass as time expired sleep walk past Massachusetts in a sandwich spot 17-13 as a 28 point favorite.
4PM ET—Iowa at Michigan St (FOX)
Michigan St -3.5 with over under 45
Iowa suffers a heart breaking defeat at home to Penn St allowing a short touchdown pass as time expired in defeat by cover as underdog.
Michigan St is crushed by Notre Dame 38-18 at home falling behind 28-7 at halftime. They did move the football but had a -3 turnover margin.
6PM ET—Mississippi St at Auburn (ESPN)
Auburn -9 with over under 50.5
Mississippi St with back to back road games looking to rebound after getting blown out at Georgia.
Auburn after dropping a 14-6 decision at Clemson has back to back wins at home to Mercer and blows out Missouri 51-14 as an -18.5 betting favorite.
8PM ET—Clemson at Virginia Tech (ABC)
Clemson -7 with over under 51.5
Clemson beats Virginia Tech in ACC championship last year 42-35 but doesn’t cover as a 10 point favorites. They were tied 7-7 though three quarters at home to Boston College until scoring 27 unanswered fourth quarter points.
Virginia Tech beat West Virginia 31-24 on a neutral site in the opener they beats up on Delaware, East Carolina and Old Dominion.
9PM ET—Mississippi at Alabama (ESPN)
Alabama -28 with over under 59
Alabama dominates Vanderbilt 59-0 on the road as a -19.5 favorite in their SEC opener.
Ole Miss in their lone road game gets beat 27-16 at Cal getting shut out in the second half. Rebels off a bye week.
10:30PM ET—California at Oregon (FOX 1)
Oregon -13.5 with over under 68.5
Cal hung tough with USC for three quarters before losing but covering as +17 point underdogs. They have a road win at North Carolina in Wee 1. Cal beat Oregon 52-49 in overtime last year at home.
Ducks are beat 37-35 at Arizona St giving up a field goal with just over two minutes left. They go 1 of 11 on third down and 0 of 2 on fourth.
Then Quick hitters from college football, NFL, MLB and More.
The Picks: The winning college football picks predictions are available free right now to all callers to Tony’s Courtesy line by dialing 1-888-711-4311.

Filed in: Mitch Podcast VideosPodcast Videos
Tagged with:

Comments are closed.

Back to Top