2021 College Football Week 10 Predictions

2021 College Football Week 10 Predictions and Picks

After a busy midweek college football schedule filled with MACtion and the Friday night frenzy, it’s time for Saturday and the biggest games of the week. This week features the biggest game of the season. The latest college football playoff rankings are out and that is enough motivation for any team to put up a fight on the gridiron.

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2021 College Football Week 10 Predictions and Picks

Navy vs Notre Dame

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish is a top-ranked football team in the country. That is not enough to get a ticket to the playoffs. They will need victories and some big ones to make the committee take notice. Irish coach Brian Kelly is 8-2 straight up in the last ten games in this rivalry, but the Navy has a way of keeping it close. This week will be a different story as the Irish are 5-1 against the spread (ATS) in the last six games overall and will be able to beat up this defense. This is a bundle of points to give up, but the Irish cover.

Notre Dame -21

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Michigan State vs Purdue

The Spartans are off the biggest upset of the year and have yet to lose a game. If the college football playoffs were to start today, Michigan State will get an invite. Then why are they only three-point favorites on the road this week? Because this is a serious let down spot and Purdue is a profitable underdog. Purdue is 19-7 ATS as an underdog and 8-3 ATS as a home dog.

The Boilermakers defense is thriving with 10 takeaways in the last three games and they will pull off the monster upset this week.

Purdue +3

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Tennessee vs Kentucky

Kentucky is having a tough time winning football games and the Wildcats head coach has made it clear that he is not happy. After the loss to Mississippi State the coach summed up the loss in three words, “Played like crap,” he said. The team will not have much time to recover if they hope to beat the Volunteers. It won’t be easy against a Volunteers team that is 4-0 ATS in the last four meetings. This is not new for the Wildcats who tend to falter late in the season. Kentucky is 9-21-1 ATS in the month of November and that record will get worse when they lose against Tennessee this week.

Tennessee PK

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Texas vs Iowa State

The Texas Longhorns have once again failed to meet expectations. They have a talented offensive lead by QB Casey Thompson, but cannot stop anyone on defense. Iowa State is not faring much better after a loss that knocked the Cyclones out of the Top 25. However, they are at home and they have the better defense. Iowa State is 19-7 ATS after a loss and they will trounce a Longhorn team that has given up on the season.

Iowa State -6.5

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LSU vs Alabama

This is usually the biggest game of the year in the SEC, but not this year. The LSU Tigers are having a very difficult season and have already agreed to part ways with head coach Ed Orgeron. Meanwhile, although Alabama has a loss they are still very much alive in the college football playoff picture. This is still a very big game for both teams, but perhaps more important for the Tigers.

LSU needs a win against a powerhouse team so they can recruit next season. This is also the last true big game for a coach that is beloved by the players. The Tigers are 11-3 ATS after a loss against the spread and the road team is 5-0 ATS in this series.

LSU will go all out in this game and they may not pull off the upset, but they will keep it close.

LSU +28.5

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