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BCMG Week 4 CFB Predictions

Season Picks: 12-0

Season Money Lines: 8-4

The College Football Season, now entering its fourth week of play and has been nothing short of excellent. We have had a plentiful of upsets, and big-time conference matchups already this season. Saturday's College Football slate will now have the SEC joining the action for the first time this year. CFB Week 4 will consist of 31 games across all FBS Conferences. Our experts at BCMG have picked 9 games to cover this week, so you have what it takes if you are making game-time decisions on Fan Duel or just trying to extend your luck on ESPN Streaks, we have you covered.

Graeme's Predictions

Kansas State @ 3 Oklahoma

Game Time: 12:00 pm EST

Venue: Memorial Stadium - Norman, OK

Network: FOX

Line: Oklahoma -28.5

Kansas State is looking to win 2 in a row against Oklahoma, something they haven't done since 1997. I expect Spencer Rattler to be excellent once again. He is averaging 290 yards and 4 TDs a game. Yes, you read that right, 290, and 4 TDs per game! Kansas State's secondary has been concerning since week 1's matchup against Arkansas State, as they were able to do virtually anything they wanted with their air raid attack. I do not expect Oklahoma to have the same hiccup they did last year. I expect a fairly comfortable and routine victory from the Sooners.

Prediction: 52-25 Oklahoma

Vanderbilt @ 10 Texas A&M

Game Time: 7:30 pm EST

Venue: Kyle Field - College Station, TX

Network: SEC Network

Line: Texas A&M -30.5

The 10th ranked Aggies are looking to start their 2020 campaign with a bang. Vandy was the laughing stock of the SEC last year. They struggled to average 14 points a game, so don't expect them to come out guns blazing. Texas A&M's defense has tremendous upside and you can expect them to feast on the Vandy O-Line. Vanderbilt is starting everything over on the offense, so you will see a lot of new faces if you were watching Vandy last year (You probably weren't). It will take a while for their offense to gel, you see that with any team that has 10 new starters. With that being said, I am taking Texas A&M to start the season 1-0 with an emphatic win over the Commodores.

Prediction: 41-17 Texas A&M

Florida State @ 12 Miami

Game Time: 7:30 EST

Venue: Hard Rock Stadium - Miami, FL

Network: ABC

Line: Miami -11

The Florida State-Miami rivalry has not failed us in the past so expect a hard-fought game. Florida State fell against Georgia Tech, who exposed every weakness in their offensive line. They allowed 3 sacks and 6 tackles for loss in that game. For Miami, they have one of the strongest defensive lines they have had in years. Miami quarterback D'Eriq King is the real deal. He had over 300 yards and 3 touchdowns against a ranked Louisville squad last week. Not many things are pointing in favor of the Seminoles, so it would take a tremendous game from James Blackmon if they were to pull the upset.

Prediction: 34-21 Miami

Logan's Predictions

5 Florida @ Ole Miss

Game time: 12 pm EST

Venue: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium - Oxford, MS

Network: ESPN

Line: Florida - 14.0 

Florida and Ole Miss will begin the season for the SEC Saturday in Oxford. The Gators are coming into the game ranked 5th and will have to come out strong against the Rebels to keep that spot. The Gators Junior QB, Kyle Trask has lots of potential and he will show that off on Saturday as the Gators defeat the Rebels while easily beating the spread.

Prediction: 38-7 Gators

23 Kentucky @ 8 Auburn

Game time: 12 pm EST

Venue: Jordan-Hare Stadium - Auburn, AL

Network: SECN

Line: Auburn - 10.5 The Kentucky vs Auburn game will display a couple of the most hyped-up teams in the SEC. Both teams enter Saturday ranked in the top 25 although I believe only one will end the week that way. The Tigers will get an early lead from their strong offense and standout QB, Bo Nix. Their defense will top it off by shutting down the Wildcats and putting them out of the game by halftime.

Prediction: 41-21 Auburn

Louisville 24 @ 21 Pittsburgh 

Game time: 12 pm EST

Venue: Heinz Field - Pittsburgh, PA

Network: ACCN

Line: Pittsburgh - 3.0

The Louisville vs Pittsburgh game is one of three ranked vs ranked games of the weekend and it will be an exciting one! The game is in Pittsburgh giving Pitt a slight advantage. Lousiville is coming off of a tough loss to Maimi while Pitt won against Syracuse. Pittsburgh will carry their undefeated season through 3 games with a close win vs. Louisville.

Prediction: 24-20 Pittsburgh

Davis's Predictions

West Virginia @ 15 Oklahoma State

Game Time: 3:30 pm EST

Venue: Boone Pickens Stadium - Stillwater, OK

Network: ABC/ESPN

Line: Oklahoma State -7

Oklahoma State has one of the toughest defenses in the Big 12 with 10 returning starters from last year and only allowing 7 points in a lackluster win over Tulsa, 16-7. The question heading into this game is who is starting at quarterback for the Cowboys? No word yet but it is said that Spencer Sanders has a high ankle sprain and is likely out Saturday so that means we get to see true freshman Shane Illingworth play a full game. Expect a close game to start as West Virginia is not a bad team but Oklahoma State has too much power on offense.

Prediction: 31-17 Oklahoma State

Mississippi State @ 6 LSU

Game Time: 3:30 pm EST

Venue: Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge, LA

Network: CBS

Line: LSU -16.5

The start of LSU's season is going to be shaky, to say the least with a new OC, QB, multiple D-backs, and wideouts along with Coach Orgeron saying "most of the team has had the coronavirus." With that being said, this team seems like it hasn't been on the field at the same time for a while and this game might turn out close because of it. I'm very excited to see The Pirate, Mike Leach, in the SEC with his air-raid attack but, it might take a few years for Mississippi State to fulfill that system for Leach. I have LSU winning but don't be surprised if the Bulldogs can keep the game close until the end.

Prediction: 38-24 LSU

22 Army @ 14 Cincinnati

Game Time: 3:30 pm EST

Venue: Nippert Stadium - Cincinnati, OH

Network: ESPN

Line: -13.5 Cincinnati

This game is one of the three games that are a Top-25 matchup and it is very intriguing and will be a good game to watch. Cincinnati is coming off of a 55-20 win over Austin Peay last week with an impressive showing in the first three quarters by the starting defense only allowing 2 field goals. Army is one of the few teams that are 2-0 and is now ranked #22. With a total of 3 completions for 57 yards in the first two games through the air, expect the Black Knights to use the ground most of the game. If Cincinnati can stop the ground game, this game will be over quickly with the Bearcats fast, high-powered offense.

Prediction: 37-17 Cincinnati

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