College Football Week 7 Predictions and Betting Odds

It was 2-2 for Coach Rick last week as Florida’s Malik Davis fumbled to set up Texas A&M for the upset. Tennessee underwhelmed in a blowout loss to Georgia.

One thing still remains constant. The 2020 college football season is odd. It will continue to be odd as we head into a Week 7 that gives us the first really big showdown of the season – No. 2 versus No. 3.

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(#3) Georgia vs. (#2) Alabama Predictions

It’s the first real showdown of the season. No. 3 Georgia actually has looked better than No. 2 Alabama thus far. The Tide had to score 63 points in order to hold off Ole Miss last week. Nick Saban’s usually stout defense gave up an uncharacteristic 48 points.

Georgia, on the other hand, is allowing opponents just 12.3 points per game and that’s after allowing Tennessee 21 first-half points last week. The Bulldogs shut the Volunteers out in the second half.

Georgia is allows a paltry 38.3 rushing yards per game and the Bulldogs will get their first real test when they face Alabama’s Najee Harris who ran for 206 yards and five touchdowns in the win over Ole Miss.

Alabama has won the last six straight in the series and is 10-0 in its last 10 home games. But, Georgia doesn’t necessarily need to win. The Bulldogs are 5-0 ATS in their last five road games and with a defense like theirs expect it to be close.


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LSU vs. (#10) Florida Predictions

Two SEC programs with solid defensive reputations that are not living up to their billing meet when LSU travels to Florida. The Gators are putting up points by the bunches averaging 42.3 points per game, but the Gators D is allowing 33.3.

The same is true for the defending national champion Tigers who score 38.7 points a game but give up 32.0. That is why LSU is 1-2 to start the season.

This game could be a shootout, but with the spread bet all the way up to -13.5 in favor of the home Gators, it’s hard to pass on all those points.

The last time Florida was a double-digit favorite was against South Carolina this year. The Gators won the game but failed to cover the 15-point spread.


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Boston College vs. (#23) Virginia Tech Predictions

Virginia Tech comes into Saturday’s game with BC on the heels of a big loss to North Carolina. The Hokies are lucky to be 2-1 with the number of players they have had out due to the coronavirus. They have started a walk-on at free safety the past two weeks.

The Hokies could be without four defensive backs again on Saturday against Boston College which upset Pitt 31-30 in overtime last week. The Eagles defense is vastly improved giving up just 20.8 points per game thus far. It’s one of the big reasons why BC has started 3-1.

Playing in Blacksburg is tough – Google the Hokies pre-game entrance, it’s worth it – but BC can hang with a depleted Hokies lineup. Remember, BC has beaten VT in each of the past two seasons.


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Rick Bouch is a former high school, college, and professional athlete who now spends his time writing about sports and sports betting. Rick has played and coached football at various levels and brings a unique perspective to sports handicapping. He is continuously on the cutting edge of all things football. While college football is his specialty, Rick’s knowledge spans all of the major sports.