NCAA Football 3-Team 10-Point Super Teaser Week 9

What sports bettor doesn’t love college football? College football provides bettors with a ton of ways to receive a huge payout every Saturday in the fall. Single bets can win big, but they can’t compete with parlays and teasers for the risk amount.

This week’s college slate is massive, and that can only mean one thing. It’s time for a 10-point 3-team super teaser. Here’s my best bet for you to win big!

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Ohio State vs. Penn State Predictions

Point Spread: Ohio State -12 / Tease: Ohio State -2

Penn State were upset by Indiana last week. I do think the Nittany Lions are better than they showed. Although, I don’t believe they belong anywhere in the conversation for top teams in the country. They were ranked 8th before last Saturday and dropped to 18th after their crushing defeat.

Ohio State is entering Happy Valley as the 3rd ranked team in the land. Ohio State destroyed Nebraska 52-17 in their opening contest. The offense runs through Justin Fields and he looked unstoppable against the Huskers. For Penn State to have a chance, Sean Clifford and the offense will need to be a lot better.

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The Penn State defense was sharp, but the offense turned the ball over three times. I expect Penn State to play a lot better than they did against Indiana. Despite this, they won’t be able to play with Ohio State. The Buckeyes were -12.5 coming into the contest, so winning by three points is a pretty safe wager.

Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech Predictions

Point Spread: Notre Dame -20 / Tease: Notre Dame -10

Notre Dame will be on the road this week at Georgia Tech. Georgia Tech are a bottom of the pack ACC team. They’re 2-4 on the year, and they got beat by Clemson 74-7. I don’t think Notre Dame’s offense can compare to Trevor Lawrence and the Tigers. Despite this, the Irish are still a Top 5 team in the country and can put up points with ease.

They’re undefeated ATS on the road this season, and the teaser takes them down to -9.5. Ian Book has been outstanding all year long, and Georgia Tech allows almost 500 yards per game. On the other side of the ball, Notre Dame is giving up less than 10 points per game. This is a recipe for Notre Dame covering.

What scares me is Louisville as a common opponent. Notre Dame only beat the Cardinals by five while Georgia Tech looked dominant. Although, this was an anomaly for the Irish compared to their other contests. This is why I love the Irish at -9.5.

Boston College vs. Clemson Predictions

Point Spread: Clemson -21.5 / Tease: Clemson -11.5

Unfortunately, we don’t get to see Clemson play a full schedule this year because they’re that good. There’s nothing like watching them consistently dominate every team they play.

Clemson aren't great ATS, but that’s because Vegas gives them massive numbers to cover. It’s tough to win every week by 35 points in the ACC. I wouldn’t usually touch Clemson in a single bet spread, but a 10-point teaser is completely different. The Tigers have won by a minimum of 22 points in five of their six victories this season.

Boston College is playing solid football this year, but they haven’t seen anyone as good as Clemson. This will be a different beast for the Golden Eagles to handle. I think Clemson continues their dominant win margins this weekend and covers.

That completes my 3-team 10-point super teaser. Good luck this weekend!

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What Is a Teaser? A teaser is a type of sports bet you can make that allows you to change the point spread or total on multiple games. If you know what a parlay is, a teaser is essentially a parlay bet in which you buy points on each game involved. Let’s look at an example of a teaser bet.

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