Top College Football Week 4 Parlay Picks

Posted by Joe Solari on Tuesday,September 20, 2016 3:46, EST in

Week 4 of the not-so- new college football season is upon us, and with it comes plenty of highly-anticipated matchups as we play our way into the heart of in-conference matchups. Below we take a look at a trio of college football picks that seem to offer some solid college football betting parlays for the week.

Take a Look at the Top College Football Week 4 Parlay Picks

#5 Clemson (-9.5) at Georgia Tech, Thursday, September 22

NCAA Football Pick: Clemson (-9.5)

The Tigers are just 2-7 SU and ATS in their last nine games as road chalk at the Bobby Dodd Stadium, no wonder early money in this game is going in Georgia Tech’s favor. And for what it is worth, the Yellow Jackets (3-0 SU, 1-1 ATS) have played quite well so far in the season, warranting some consideration in the ATS lines. That said, Clemson is well-aware that the ACC race will be tough, with Louisville making a lot of noise and FSU still holding a deadly sleeper value, so every win will be crucial. And after getting their offensive and defensive acts together in the 59-0 rout over South Carolina State, a blowout that could have actually been higher if Clemson wanted, it goes without saying that the Tigers certainly look the part of another big performance this Thursday. In fact, going by Clemson’s superior advantage in the offense, the Tigers could easily lead this game by 20-plus points at halftime, before scrimmaging out the second half. So, simply put, buy fully into Clemson’s money line value and its very affordable -9 value in the point spread.

#17 Arkansas at #10 Texas A&M (-6), Saturday, September 24

NCAA Football Pick: Texas A&M (-6)

As we’d predicted last week, the Aggies had no problem handling Auburn at the Jordan-Hare, and we don’t expect them to falter against Arkansas. The Razorbacks are a more competitive offensive unit than Auburn, so the Aggies will definitely have to dig deep for the win. That, however, should be the least of your worries as Trevor Knight is as poised and dependable as they come at quarterback, while the A&M defense (13.33 PPG allowed this season) has been utterly menacing to opponents this year. In addition, the Aggies have recently dominated this series, winning the last three straight meetings vs. Arkansas dating back to 2012. Essentially, these are some of the reasons this game’s line jumped from the -3 opening value to -6 in most sportsbooks. And from the look of things, the line may continue to go up as the week progresses. So the sooner you can jump on the Aggies at their currently affordable SU and ATS value, the better for you.

#11 Wisconsin at #8 Michigan State (-5.5), Saturday, September 24

NCAA Football Pick: Michigan State (-5.5)

While Ohio State and Michigan are the talk of the Big Ten, the Spartans (2-0 SU, 1-1 ATS) are letting their football do the talking on their behalf. The upstart Badgers (3-0 SU, 2-1 ATS) have been just as impressive with their football and are beginning to get recognition in the national standings, especially with their upset victory over LSU shining brightly in their résumé. Still, with Michigan State coming off a big upset win over Notre Dame, and with great dominance at the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, we are more inclined to trust the physical and disciplined starters for the win here. This should especially be encouraged by the fact that Wisconsin’s star running back Corey Clement is banged up and questionable for this battle at Madison. FYI, Michigan State is 4-1 ATS in its last 5 overall meetings against Wisconsin.