Week 4 of the college football calendar is arrived, and it's time to make our picks for the finest matchups against the spread.
Michigan's skill threats will challenge Maryland's back seven more than vice versa.
Clemson has won three straight over Wake, including a thrashing last season.
Florida may run as all it wants, especially with quarterback Richardson, but unless he throws a TD pass, this team won't go far.
Bijan Robinson has helped the Longhorns score 133 points against the Red Raiders in the previous two years.
A&M defeated and ranked Miami last week, but its offense remains worrisome despite a quarterback change.
Jim Knowles' new defense faces one of college football's top offensive lines and must clear openings for Braelon Allen.
Apparently, oddsmakers aren't as thrilled with Vandy's relative gains as everyone else is.
Kansas State has won two of the past three meetings.
USC has more pieces, but its defense, which has 10 takeaways, might battle.
Missouri at Auburn (-7) Auburn by 3, covers
No. 17 Baylor at Iowa State (-2.5) Baylor by 4, upsets
Kent State at No. 1 Georgia (-44.5) Georgia by 39, doesn't cover
Notre Dame at North Carolina (-1.5) North Carolina by 5, covers
Central Michigan at No. 14 Penn State (-26) Penn State by 27, covers
Middle Tennessee St. at No. 25 Miami (-25.5) Miami by 28, covers
Tulsa at No. 16 Ole Miss (-21.5) Ole Miss by 21, doesn't cover
Northern Illinois at No. 8 Kentucky (-25.5) Kentucky by 25, doesn't cover
UConn at No. 12 NC State (-39) NC State by 38, doesn't cover
Wyoming at No. 19 BYU (-21.5) BYU by 18, doesn't cover
No. 13 Utah (-15.5) at Arizona State Utah by 19, covers
Stanford at No. 1
8 Washington (-13.5) Washington by 14, covers