Wyoming has already pulled off one upset as a double-digit underdog, but it will be facing an even tougher test during the Week 3 college football schedule. The Cowboys were 13.5-point underdogs in their 35-33 win over Texas Tech, and they are 29.5-point underdogs against No. 4 Texas in the Week 3 college football odds from SportsLine consensus. Texas is coming off an upset win at then-No. 3 Alabama and has a game at Baylor on deck, making this a potential trap game on the schedule. Should you expect the Cowboys to keep Saturday’s game close when you place your Week 3 college football bets?
There are no ranked vs. ranked matchups in the Week 3 college football spreads, but there are still intriguing contests like Florida vs. No. 11 Tennessee (-5.5) and No. 18 Colorado (-23.5) vs. Colorado State. Which Week 3 college football lines have the most value? Before locking in any Week 3 college football picks on those games or others, be sure to see the latest college football predictions from SportsLine’s proven model.
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Top college football predictions for Week 3
One of the college football picks the model is recommending for Saturday: No. 11 Tennessee (-5.5) wins by double digits at Florida in a 7 p.m. ET kickoff at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. The Volunteers were a bad performance against South Carolina shy of making the College Football Playoff a season ago and absolutely hammered Virginia 49-13 before sleepwalking to a 30-13 win over Austin Peay last week.
However, you can expect Tennessee to be alive and well for this SEC East rivalry. The Volunteers withstood a late Florida charge