CFB Primetime: Wisconsin Vs. Notre Dame, TAMU Vs. Arkansas

  • The Wisconsin Badgers have -235 odds to beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
  • The Texas A&M Aggies are favored to beat the Arkansas Razorbacks with -185 odds.

LAS VEGASWeek 4 in college football has a big slate to look forward to in the top-25 with two matchups featuring two top-25 teams.

In the first matchup, online sportsbooks have #18 Wisconsin Badgers favored to beat #12 Notre Dame Fighting Irish at 12 p.m. EST on Fox. Later on in the day at 3:30 p.m. EST, #7 Texas A&M is being seen as a 4.5-point favorite over #16 Arkansas and that game will be played on CBS.

#12 Notre Dame Vs. #18 Wisconsin

Notre Dame Vs. Wisconsin

  • Moneyline: Wisconsin (-235) vs. Notre Dame (+195)
  • Spread: Wisconsin -6.5
  • Total: 46 Points

This is a highly anticipated matchup in the top-25 being that Wisconsin’s college football odds are favored although they are the lower-ranked team.

This should be an opportunity to take the longer odds on the Fighting Irish being that they started their season to a 3-0 start while Wisconsin has gone 1-1 with their loss being to #19 Penn State at the time.

Looking into the scoring on both sides, 46 points is not much in college football, especially for two top-25 teams. Notre Dame has done well scoring this season putting up 41, 31, and 27 in their last three games. Wisconsin, on the other hand, has put up 16 and 34 in their two games.

With that, Notre Dame moneyline could be a nice bet to make with a nice profit and the Over should be taken no matter what.

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#7 Texas A&M Vs. #16 Arkansas

Texas A&M Vs. Arkansas

  • Moneyline: Texas A&M (-185) vs. Arkansas (+160)
  • Spread: Texas A&M -4.5
  • Total: 47 Points

This is a big test for both of these teams as this matchup is their first ranked game for either team. Both teams have started 3-0 on the season and have been high-scoring teams as well as the Aggies have scored five or more touchdowns in two of their three games and the Razorbacks have gone for over five in all of their three games.

Backing up Texas A&M though is the strong fact that they have won nine straight games against Arkansas.

Looking at trends against the spread for both teams, in their last six games overall, the Aggies have gone 5-1 against the spread and are 5-2 ATS in their last seven conference games. As for Arkansas, they are 2-5 ATS in their last seven neutral site games as an underdog.

As for the game total, being that both teams has scored at will so far this season, the Over should be a profitable bet in this game as well.