NCAA College Football Week 4 Sports Betting Match Up Previews

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The college football season moves into Week 4 that features several outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 8PM Eastern Time on Thursday September 19th on ESPN TV as the Tulane Green Wave host the Houston Cougars. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Tulane Green Wave favored by -3 points. Tulane is an improved team entering play at 2-1. Green Wave defends well holding opponents to 276 yards per game. They were competitive in a loss at Auburn giving up only 24 points. Houston is 1-2 after their home loss to Washington St. Houston defense has struggled for several seasons now and this year is no different as the team is surrendering 498 yards per game.

Friday September 20th features a PAC 12 showdown at 9PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 TV as the USC Trojans are home to the Utah Utes. Utah is favored on the road by -3 ½ points. USC suffered their first loss of the season with the 30-27 defeat at BYU. Trojans freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis threw three interceptions in the loss. Their pass defense was poor allowing 299 yards to BYU in defeat. Utah is 3-0 with notable home win to Northern Illinois and a 30-12 road win at BYU. Utes defense has been strong allowing 239 yards per game eying a freshman quarterback to compete against on Friday night.

The featured game on Saturday September 21st has the Georgia Bulldogs at home to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Georgia is favored by -13 ½ points. Notre Dame moves to 3-0 with the 66-14 home victory to New Mexico. Fighting Irish came off their bye week after opening the year with a 35-17 win at an improved Louisville team. Notre Dame is moving the football for 507 yards behind quarterback Ian Book who is throwing for 313 yards per contest. Georgia is 3-0 and faces their toughest test this season. After opening the year with a 30-6 win at Vanderbilt they returned home with blowout wins to Murray St 63-17 and Arkansas St 55-0. They have lost two straight against teams with NFL prospects at quarterback in Alabama and Texas to close last season.

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