NCAA Football Week 7 Point Spread Picks

Week 7 of the college football season is upon us, and it’s another opportunity for teams to make a move up the rankings. There continue to be some major surprises each week in this sport, and betting against the spread continues to be a great way to bet on college football.

With that in mind, here are five of the best Week 7 against the spread picks.

Michigan State Spartans at Indiana Hoosiers

Michigan State vs. Indiana Picks

Best Bet: Michigan State -4.5

The Michigan State Spartans have climbed all the way up to number5 in the country, and they just continue to blow teams out. Michigan State is outscoring teams by nearly 17 points per game, and they do a ton of offensive damage on the ground.

Indiana has been hit hard by injuries this season, and they have struggled to move the football. It’s hard to see the Hoosiers doing much scoring in this matchup, and this game could get out of hand in a hurry.

Take the Spartans -4.5 as they move to 7-0 on the season with another impressive Big Ten Conference win.

Oklahoma State Cowboys at Texas Longhorns

Oklahoma State vs. Texas Picks

Best Bet: Texas -5.5

The Texas Longhorns are looking to bounce back after blowing a massive lead against Oklahoma last weekend. Texas is now just 4-2 on the season, and they are set to host the 5-2 Oklahoma State Cowboys in this one.

The Longhorns are scoring over 44 points per game, but they are facing an Oklahoma State team that gives up just 18.6 points per game. Oklahoma State has had a great run to begin the season, but they just don’t have the offense to keep up in this game.

Texas covers the 5.5 point spread and gets back on track with a win.

Auburn Tigers at Arkansas Razorbacks

Auburn vs. Arkansas Picks

Best Bet: Arkansas -3.5

Arkansas has been a surprising team in the country this season, but they have a tough matchup against Auburn coming up on Saturday. The Razorbacks are getting the job done on offense this season, but Auburn always features a talented defense.

The biggest advantage for Arkansas on Saturday comes in the form of the running game, and that should allow them to create some separation in this matchup. Auburn has shown the ability to struggle on offense at times, and they aren’t going to be able to keep up.

Don’t expect this game to turn into a blowout, but the home team takes control late. Bet the Razorbacks -3.5 as they defeat the Auburn Tigers.

Miami Hurricanes at North Carolina Tar Heels

Miami vs. North Carolina Picks

Best Bet: Miami +7

This is a revenge game for the Miami Hurricanes after they were embarrassed by the North Carolina Tar Heels a season ago. Neither team is having a good year in 2021, but there will still be plenty of excitement for this matchup.

Both of these teams are really struggling on the defensive side of the ball, and this is going to be a back-and-forth affair. With so much scoring taking place on Saturday, it’s always a good idea to take the points.

Miami has a great opportunity to get revenge over North Carolina, but they will at least keep this one close. Take the 7.0 points and bet on the Hurricanes in this ACC game.

Arizona Wildcats at Colorado Buffaloes

Arizona vs. Colorado Picks

Best Bet: Colorado -7

The 1-4 Colorado Buffaloes host the 0-5 Arizona Wildcats on Saturday afternoon. Even though both teams have really struggled this season, there seems to be a clear gap in talent between these Pac-12 rivals.

Arizona has scored less than 17 points per game this season while giving up nearly 32 points per game. Colorado has been even worse on offense, but they do have a defense capable of getting some stops.

The Buffaloes are going to get this season turned around at some point, and this is the perfect opportunity to do it. Bet on the Buffaloes -7.0 as they are more than a touchdown better than the Wildcats.

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