College Football Week 2 Parlay

Bettors got their first look at most of the college football teams in Division IA last week which should provide the necessary tools to correctly find two games on this week’s schedule to use as a Week 2 parlay pick. The following is a look at my top-two picks based on betting odds from GT Bets.

College Football Week 2 Parlay  Houston Cougars vs. Louisville Cardinals

Pointspread: Louisville -11

Total Line: OFF

The Cougars rolled to a 52-24 victory against Tennessee Tech in their season opener last Saturday as heavy 37-point favorites, but they will be stepping up in class in this AAC/ACC clash. There is no doubt that Houston’s offense can put points on the board behind Greg Ward Jr. at quarterback, but you have to be concerned with a Cougars’ defense allowed 312 yards through the air in Saturday’s win.

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I had the Cardinals in the front-end of last week’s parlay and they covered as 10-point underdogs in a tight 31-24 loss to Auburn. Louisville ran-up over 400 yards of total offense against the Tigers in that loss, which sets the stage for a really big day against Houston. It also helps that Louisville is 6-1 SU in its las seven games against the Cougars. Lay the 11 points on the home team in this one as the Cardinals bounce back with a big win.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Vanderbilt Commodores

Pointspread: Georgia -19

Total Line: OFF

Georgia comes into its SEC opener fresh-off a solid 51-14 tune-up against UL-Monroe last Saturday as a 34.5-point home favorite. Running back Nick Chubb led the way with 120 yards rushing and two scores on just 16 carries. The Bulldogs rushed for 243 yards in that game while holding the Warhawks to just 251 yards of total offense. They are now 5-1 both SU and against the spread in their last six college football betting games.

The Commodores are now just 1-5 SU in their last six games following last week’s 14-12 loss against Western Kentucky as two-point underdogs at home in their season opener. They are 3-5-1 ATS in their last nine home games. Vanderbilt was able to move the ball on the ground against the Hilltoppers, but it had trouble finding the end zone all day long. It is hard to see this offense having all that much success against a much better Bulldogs’ defensive scheme. The Commodores are just 1-9 SU in their last 10 home games against Georgia and look for that trend to continue in a lopsided loss by more than 19 points this Saturday afternoon.

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