NCAA Football Betting – Week 4 (9/26)

The Pinnacle Sportsbook features the best odds on online NCAA football betting for week 4 which is highlighted by action in the ACC, as Virginia Tech hosts Miami and North Carolina takes on Georgia Tech. Make sure to handicap the pair of contests at the Pinnacle Sportsbook, home of the best odds on online college football betting, priced to -105 on spreads, money lines and totals.

NCAA Football Betting – Week 4 Preview

Saturday’s matchup against the No. 9 Hurricanes (2-0, 2-0 ATS) is huge for the No. 11 Hokies (2-1, 1-2 ATS), who had BCS aspirations coming into the season. Virginia Tech kept the dream alive with a 16-15 edging of Nebraska last week, but failed to cover as 5.5-point home favourites on Pinnacle Sports Betting Lines.

The Hokies are 2.5-point underdogs for Saturday’s tilt with the ‘Canes, who have taken the ACC by storm in the early going. After upsetting Florida State in their opener in Week 1, Miami knocked off Georgia Tech 33-17 last Thursday, cashing as 4-point home chalk in the process. Only 1-7 against the number in the last eight meetings between the schools, the Hurricanes nipped the Hokies (+4) 16-14 last season at LandShark Stadium.

The No. 22 Tar Heels (3-0, 1-1 ATS) are 2.5-point road underdogs for their battle with the Yellow Jackets (2-1, 0-2 ATS), who are coming off the aforementioned loss to the ‘Canes. 28-7 winners as 5.5-point faves last season in Chapel Hill, North Carolina has covered in five consecutive meetings (2-3 SU) between the conference rivals.

Georgia Tech came into the year ranked 15th in the country, but last week’s defeat has it on the outside looking in at the national polls. The Jackets have played over the total in seven of their last 10 home games, where they’re only 3-7 against the spread over the same span.

Later on Saturday, Notre Dame (2-1, 1-2 ATS) rolls into Purdue (1-2, 2-1 ATS) to tackle the Boilermakers in the annual battle between the rivals. Sportsbook review has the Fighting Irish as 8-point chalk for the contest, even though they’ll be without wide receiver Michael Floyd (shoulder) on Saturday.

Quarterback Jimmy Clausen (toe) is also ailing for Notre Dame, but he was officially listed as probable midway through the week. Clausen suffered the injury in the Irish’s 33-30 win over Michigan State (+10.5) last week in South Bend, in what was Notre Dame’s first SU victory against the Spartans at home since 1993.