We have already reached Week 7 of the 2020 College Football season, despite some hiccups along the way. There is a full slate of games scheduled this weekend, although some games have already been postponed.
There are a number of great games to bet on this weekend, but four matchups stand out. Here are the top college football picks for Week 7 of the college football season.
Cincinnati Bearcats (-3.0) at Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Cincinnati has climbed all the way up to no. 8 in the polls after getting off to a 3-0 start. Tulsa has played just two games this season, but they picked up an impressive win over UCF in their last outing.
Cincinnati is averaging 35.7 points per game this season, and quarterback Desmond Ridder is a terrific two-way threat. The Bearcats are averaging 178 rushing yards per game, and they will look to run all over the field in this game.
Tulsa is allowing just 21 points per game this season, and that defense has been dominant at times. The Golden Hurricane struggle to score at times, and that could be an issue in this game.
Cincinnati just has too much talent, and they take care of business against Tulsa.
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Auburn Tigers (-3.0) at South Carolina Gamecocks
South Carolina is already facing their third-ranked team of the season when they host Auburn on Saturday. The Gamecocks are just 1-2 this season, while Auburn is 2-1.
Auburn is scoring just 21.7 points per game this season, and the passing attack continues to struggle. The Tigers will need quarterback Bo Nix to play well in this game.
South Carolina has a terrific defense that allowed just seven points in a recent win over Vanderbilt. The Gamecocks also don’t feature an explosive offense attack, but that offense should play better at home.
This game has upset written all over it, but Auburn will make enough plays to survive with a win and cover the spread.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish (-17.0) vs. Louisville Cardinals
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have dealt with plenty of adversity already this season, but they remain a perfect 3-0. They host a 1-3 Louisville squad on Saturday, and things have been rough for the Cardinals so far in 2020.
Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book is one of the best in the country, and the Irish have plenty of offensive weapons. The defense struggled a bit last week against Florida State, but that unit has the potential to dominate.
Louisville wants to win games with their offense, but that strategy has yet to work in ACC matchups. The Cardinals have a young squad, and playing at Notre Dame will not be an easy task.
Notre Dame won’t have any trouble in this game as they roll to a fourth straight victory.
Alabama Crimson Tide (-6.0) vs. Georgia Bulldogs
The biggest game of the weekend will feature the no. 2 Crimson Tide hosting the no. 3 Georgia Bulldogs Both teams are contenders for the SEC title this season, and this should be a terrific showdown.
Alabama currently leads the country, averaging 51 points per game, and they can put up points in a hurry. The Crimson Tide have been leaky on defense at times, but head coach Nick Saban will have that unit ready for this one.
Georgia has some questions at the quarterback position, but it appears that Stetson Bennett is the guy going forward. The Bulldogs want to run the football, and that will be a huge key in this game.
Traditionally, SEC games have been low-scoring affairs, but that is not the case in 2020. Look for Alabama to find just enough offense to win this game by a touchdown and cover the six-point spread.