College Football Week 7 parlay at mega +927 odds for Tuesday, 10/10: Flames are on fire
You don’t have to wait until Saturday to immerse yourself in college football Week 7 action. In fact, you don’t even have to wait until Wednesday. There are 3 games on the Tuesday schedule and then presents us with a great opportunity to come up with a lucrative mega parlay.
Below are my plays for Tuesday, and also be sure to check out all of our NCAAF picks.
Louisiana Tech ML (+130)
Liberty -9.5 alternate spread (+134)
Appalachian State -6 (-110)
NCAAF parlay odds: +927
For this parlay we are going with 2 favorites against the spread and 1 underdog on the money line. Let’s break down each of the 3 legs.
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Louisiana Tech ML over Middle Tennessee State (+130)
There is not a whole lot of good to say about Louisiana Tech – except this: it gets to face Middle Tennessee State on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs are bad, but the Blue Raiders are even worse. MTSU is 1-5 SU with a win only against Murray State. It has lost its last 2 games to Western Kentucky and Jacksonville State by 21 and 15 points, respectively. The defense has been especially bad, allowing 31, 31 and 45 points over the past 3 outings. Although the Bulldogs are nothing special, they should have a good chance to capitalize on this opportunity. Running back Tyre Shelton has scored at least once in all 4 of his games this season (5 TDs in total) and has delivered 3 consecutive 100-yard rushing performances. I expect him to run all over Middle Tennessee State in this one. Give me Louisiana Tech at plus money.
Liberty -9.5 alternate spread over Jacksonville State (+134)
This a crucial contest with both teams 3-0 in Conference USA. Liberty is undefeated overall (5-0) and has covered the spread in all but 1 of its games. Chances are good that the Flames will remain perfect following Tuesday’s showdown. Both squads love running the football and Liberty is more effective in that department, averaging 5.7 yards per attempt. Jacksonville State is generally stout defensively against the run, but the good news for Liberty is that it also has no trouble moving the ball through the air. Quarterback Kaidon Salter boasts an 85.7 PFF passing grade, which ranks in the top 25 nationally among qualified FBS quarterbacks. I think the Flames can go at the Gamecocks’ defense in a number of directions and score enough points to win by double-digits.
Appalachian State -6 over Coastal Carolina (-110)
Coastal Carolina lost its first 2 Sun Belt games, falling to 2-3 SU overall. It gave up at least 30 points in both, so there is no semblance of momentum heading into a road date with Appalachian State on Tuesday. It’s a tough test in Boone, North Carolina for the Chanticleers, as the Mountaineers are capable of controlling the game with an efficient ground attack. Running back Nate Noel is averaging more than 5.0 yards per carry and he is ranked second in the conference in missed tackles force. This should be a favorable matchup for App State’s defense, too. Grayson McCall and the Chanticleers love to throw the ball, but the Mountaineers are stellar against the pass. Giving less than a touchdown makes App State an enticing play.
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