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Week 4 College Football Parlays: Trust The QB & Under-Served

Week 4 College Football Parlays: Trust The QB & Under-Served

College football betting was all over the map last week, with a host of wild upsets and unexpected results. That’s always part of the deal. But it has been amplified this season with unprecedented challenges from a preparation standpoint.

The public is still trying to figure all these teams out and make sense of the SEC openers, which included Mississippi State beating the reigning national champs at LSU and No. 13 Texas A&M barely escaping against Vanderbilt.

It has been a chaotic start and things will only get better from here, with the Big Ten ready to join the mix in late October. This week’s schedule is the strongest of the season by far, meaning we’re going to bet the board with a ton of plays to choose from.

Here are our two parlays for Week 4 of college football.

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Intriguing College Football Week 4 Parlays

Florida ATS, Auburn ATS, Mississippi State ATS +597
Okla. St.-K-State Under, UNC-BC Under, VT-Duke Under+597

College football odds are current as of publication but subject to change.

The ‘Trust the QB’ Parlay

Leg 1: Florida -18 vs. South Carolina

We’ve been ready to bet on this Gators offense for months and the opener didn’t disappoint, with a six-touchdown performance from senior quarterback Kyle Trask. We’re relying heavily on experienced signal-callers early this season and so far it’s paying off. We’re not afraid of the big spreads and continue to place trust in guys like Trask who have already proved what they can do on the biggest possible stage. Gators roll again.

Leg 2: Auburn +6.5 at Georgia

Bo Nix didn’t set the world on fire as a true freshman, but he put up good numbers and led Auburn to a 48-45 win over Alabama last year in the Iron Bowl. He’s a legit college quarterback with great potential, and he’s getting 6.5 points this week. Georgia is still figuring things out with Wake Forest transfer Jamie Newman opting out due to COVID-19 concerns. They played two quarterbacks last week and a third could see the field this week with JT Daniels available after recovering from injury. It’s doubtful any of the three have taken enough first-team snaps to get everyone totally comfortable and on the same page. We’re on Nix and the Tigers.

Leg 3: Mississippi State -17 vs. Arkansas

Welcome to the Heisman race, K.J. Costello. The Bulldogs starter ripped off 623 yards and five touchdowns in the upset win at LSU. We’re not ready to crown him yet, but we’re definitely not gonna fade him after that performance. Florida transfer Felipe Franks was supposed to be the Gators’ savior but missed most of last season due to injury. It was a telling decision that he left rather than compete with Trask for the job again, and he struggled in the opener against Georgia. We’re backing the Bulldogs.

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The ‘Under-Served’ Parlay

Leg 1: Oklahoma State-Kansas Under 54

The Cowboys offense is off to a slow start. There’s tons of talent, but running back Chubba Hubbard isn’t matching last year’s production and quarterback Spencer Sanders remains day-to-day with an ankle injury. Kansas has been even worse offensively, averaging 18.5 points through two games. We don’t expect a huge turnaround this week and will gladly take the under.

Leg 2: North Carolina-Boston College Under 54

The Tar Heels have been idle for three weeks due to coronavirus-related cancellations. They return this week with a stellar defense and an offense that looked sluggish in the opener before pulling away with a 31-6 win over Syracuse. The Eagles defense is looking good and held Duke to six points in an early upset win. But the offense put up just 24 points against Texas State last week. We see two offenses that are well behind their counterparts here and will jump on the under.

Leg 3: Virginia Tech-Duke Under 54

The Blue Devils are 0-3 after entering the year with some optimism. The offense is a mess and quarterback Chase Brice has six interceptions to just two touchdown passes. Virginia Tech put up points in a blowout win over North Carolina State, but the Hokies are down to their third quarterback in Quincy Patterson II, who came off the bench in relief. He looked good with three total touchdowns, but the Blue Devils will be better-prepared defensively. Under is the play in Durham.

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