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Saturday's college football slate rounds out with the Arizona Wildcats hosting the Mississippi State Bulldogs kicking off at 11:00 pm ET. Handicapper John Hyslop has found the best way to get action on this matchup.

Arizona vs. Mississippi State Prediction, Pick, and Latest Odds

Arizona vs. Mississippi State Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: September 10, 2022
  • Game Time: 11:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: FS1

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Obviously we will need a little action tonight since today is Saturday. Seeing how there is a full slate of College Football, we may as well look there. Now, most people look at the slate by scrolling down and there's nothing wrong with that. The thing is, when others zig, we need to be zagging so what I do is scroll to the bottom of the screen, then scroll up. In doing this, I get a fresh brain on the late games that matter most. Am I a genius for this? Probably, but you'll never hear me say that. I just feel like it's common sense. My best plays need to be later in the day since the bankroll battle will be heavy during the afternoon. You don't want to search for late night plays after a daytime battle. That's first-day stuff. Lucky for us, I found something on the last game of the day that has a zero percent chance of losing. Plus it will probably be the most fun game on the slate. We really lucked out here.

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Arizona vs. Mississippi State Prediction

Mississippi State Team Total Over 33.5 (-120) (Bet $120 to Win $100)

*Odds Available at DraftKings*

We're at DraftKings for this one since FanDuel has 34.5 (-112). That's still better than BetMGM because the last time I checked, they don't even have team totals for this game. That's bad. Still, we have a couple of books that do have team totals so we can get down if we want to. That's what's important here. Nothing else.

I don't know if anyone noticed or not by Mike Leach has a quarterback. That's a big problem. Obviously, Will Rogers was around last season but he looks to be improved. I'd go as far as saying he borderline looks like "that guy" and he's surrounded by weapons. The kid threw for 450 yards last week and he still thought he was a little sloppy. That's crazy but it just goes to show what the kid is about which is scoring points (probably).

Obviously, the Bulldogs will play fast so that equals points. I get that last week was against Memphis but Mississippi State just looked different. They just controlled the time of possession and in turn dominated the game. It had to be hard to watch for Memphis fans. I mean, they just never got off the field on third down. It was a complete beatdown and if we're being honest, it could have been even worse.

This week Mississippi State is on the road but I don't think that will matter since they are playing the Arizona Wildcats. Sure the Wildcats won convincingly 38-20 last week, but that was against San Diego State. The Aztecs ran all over the Wildcats (170 yards) and if they had a quarterback that could throw the ball, they would have scored more than 20 points. I was tempted to take Mississippi State -10.5 but if we're being honest, the team total over 33.5 feels like free money. We should just bet that.

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John has spent the past 20+ years betting sports on a daily basis and is considered by many to be a walking sports betting encyclopedia. From obscure player props to sides and totals, if there is an angle, John will find it. His work has appeared on Rotogrinders and he has been a regular on sports talk radio stations across the country. Based in the US, John operates a blog & podcast, Sports Bets Beers, which covers betting angles in the NFL, NBA, MLB, & NHL.


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