Last weekend was a blessing for college football fans. It featured six top-25 matches last Saturday. Although College Football Week 5 might not be on that level, it has four games between top-ranked squads.

On Friday night, No. 10 Utah takes on No. 19 Oregon State to kick things off. On Saturday, No. 24 Kansas will face No. 3 Texas on the road, No. 13 LSU will take on No. 20 Ole Miss, and No. 11 Notre Dame will try to get back on track against No. 17 Duke.

No. 22 On the road, unbeaten Florida takes on a Kentucky squad that narrowly missed the top 25, while No. 8 USC faces a Colorado club recently eliminated from the rankings.

College Football Week 5 Predictions

Notre Dame vs Duke

College Football Week 5 Best Bets and PredictionsAccording to bookie pay per head reports, the Fighting Irish came tantalizingly close to a season-changing victory over the Buckeyes last week. Instead, they fielded an insufficient defensive lineup and watched helplessly as Ohio State scored the game-winning touchdown from one yard out. With games against Duke (on the road), Louisville (at home), and No. 8 USC (on the road), Notre Dame (4-1) must win out if it wants to keep its playoff aspirations alive.

The Fighting Irish have a chance to redeem themselves after letting a setback to Ohio State last season snowball into two. No, that will not be repeated any time this year. According to sources, bet for Notre Dame to cover the spread as a road underdog; they did so earlier in the season against N.C. State.

LSU vs Ole Miss

The Tigers just escaped a major upset last week against Arkansas. After Arkansas tied the game with a score in the fourth quarter, LSU rallied and won with a late field goal, 34-31, to maintain its perfect record in conference play. The Rebels, on the other hand, dropped their SEC opener to Alabama by a score of 24-10 and will now host yet another ranked opponent.

Over the total was paid out in last year’s matchup between these two teams, which LSU won 45-20 in Baton Rouge. Both teams average over 40 points per game, so expect a high-scoring contest on Saturday in Oxford. In addition to the fact that the total has gone over in each of the Tigers’ past eight games, the over has also occurred in both of Ole Miss’ home games this season.

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