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The No. 7 Texas Longhorns will try to stay in the College Football Playoff discussion when they host the No. 25 Kansas State Wildcats on Saturday afternoon during the Week 10 college football schedule. Texas improved to 7-1 this season with its 35-6 win over BYU last week after sneaking past Houston in its previous game. Kansas State has won three straight games since its loss to Oklahoma State, but it is a 5.5-point underdog in the latest Week 10 college football odds from SportsLine consensus. The Wildcats have been particularly impressive in their last two games, outscoring TCU and Houston by a combined score of 82-3.
Some of the other key Week 10 college football spreads include No. 1 Georgia (-16) vs. No. 14 Missouri, No. 24 USC (+4) vs. No. 5 Washington and No. 8 Alabama (-3.5) vs. No. 13 LSU. Which teams should you include in your Week 10 college football bets? Before locking in any Week 10 college football picks on those games or others, be sure to see the latest college football predictions from SportsLine’s proven model.
The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Since its inception, it has generated a stunning profit of well over $2,000 for $100 players on its top-rated college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed it has seen huge returns.
Top college football predictions for Week 10
One of the college football picks the model is recommending for Saturday: Utah (-11) bounces back against Arizona State at 2 p.m. ET on Saturday afternoon. The Utes had their worst outing of the season last week, getting blown out by then-No. 8 Oregon. This is the perfect spot for them to avenge that loss though, as Arizona State is one of the worst teams in the conference.
The Sun Devils are in a letdown spot following their win over Washington State last week, which was their first win since the opening week of the season. They have already suffered three double-digit losses this year, including a 29-0 loss to Fresno State in September. Utah scored 34 points in back-to-back games prior to its loss to Oregon, and its offense is a big reason why the Utes are covering the spread in over 70% of the model’s latest simulations.
Another prediction: No. 1 Georgia (-16) cruises to another blowout win against Missouri in a 3:30 p.m. ET SEC on CBS kickoff. The Bulldogs had trouble covering the spread as large favorites early in the season, but they have found another gear over the last few weeks. They easily covered as 14.5-point favorites in a 51-13 win over Kentucky, and they covered as 14-point favorites against Florida last week.
Quarterback Carson Beck and running back Daijun Edwards accounted for two touchdowns each in the win over Florida, as Georgia scored 36 consecutive points after allowing the opening score. Beck has thrown for 2,462 yards and 14 touchdowns this season, completing 73% of his passes. He is in line for another big day against a suspect Missouri defense, which is one reason why the Bulldogs are covering the spread well over 60% of the time. See which other teams the model likes here.
How to make college football picks for Week 10
The model has also made the call on who wins and covers in every other FBS matchup in Week 10, and it’s calling for several underdogs to win outright. You can only get every pick for every game at SportsLine.
So what college football picks can you make with confidence, and which underdogs win outright? Check out the latest college football odds below, then visit SportsLine to see which teams win and cover the spread, all from a proven computer model that has returned well over $2,000 in profit since its inception, and find out.
College football odds for top Week 10 games
Tuesday, Oct. 31
Wednesday, Nov. 1
Thursday, Nov. 2
TCU vs. Texas Tech (-3, 59)
Friday, Nov. 3
Saturday, Nov. 4
Arkansas vs. Florida (-5.5, 49)
Kansas State vs. Texas (-5.5, 51.5)
Arizona State vs. Utah (-11, 41.5)
Missouri vs. Georgia (-16, 56)
Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State (+6, 62)
California vs. Oregon (-24, 57)
Washington vs. USC (+4, 76.5)
LSU vs. Alabama (-3.5, 60.5)