In this week's show, Peter kicked off the roundtable discussion with Troy vs Arkansas and their opening line of Troy +24 1/2 which was Peter's favorite line for the week but Zach strongly disagreed. John is staying away from this line but both Zach and John are both leaning towards Arkansas.
The roundtable moved on the marquee game of the week, Oklahoma Sooners -3 vs Florida State. Zack being a Sooner, is conflicted on handicapping this game but suggests a small bet on the Florida State moneyline. John is not sold on putting any money on this game, just watch it and enjoy.
The next game discussed on the Experts College Football Rountable is Sanford -9 1/2 vs Arizona. Zach likes Arizona and feels that this is a solid pick. John believes that the Stanford line should be higher. Stanford's defense is far superior than Arizona so take Stanford -9 1/2 and make some money.
Central Florida -4 vs Florida International which is an interesting line according to Peter Loshak. John is a UCF alumni and he's calling a blowout. Bet Central Florida -4.
Duke vs Boston College -7 is a questionable line and Peter feels that Duke is a better value at +7. Zach is not convinced and does not like Duke for this bet. He feels that Boston College will be the better value. John can't back either team but if you really want to bet this game, take BC -7.
Michigan State vs Notre Dame -4 1/2. Notre Dame is the classic team you want to fade but they are favored by the sportsbooks to win at home. Zach feels that Notre Dame will cover and win this game. John doesn't think Notre Dame will be able to score and Michigan state won't cover. Stay away from this game
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