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Johnny Covers shares this +595 parlay for week 4 of the college football slate. Read on to find out who's in this plus money parlay.

College Football Week 4 Parlay (+595): Cash In With This 3-Leg Plus Money Parlay

Conference play is heating up in college football as week four brings a host of critical early-season matchups across the country. Let’s take a closer look at three I’m keyed in on for this weekend’s slate. 

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Week 4 College Football Parlay Predictions

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Florida +10.5 (-110)

The Florida vs. Tennessee rivalry hasn't seen a spread this large in more than 30 years, but here we are with the Volunteers laying 10.5 points as kickoff draws near Knoxville. When Florida lost at home to Kentucky two weeks ago, it quickly overshadowed their opening-game victory over a highly respected Utah team. Last week, when they needed the closing seconds to defeat USF at home by three points as 23-point favorites, the outlook got even worse. I'm not so sure, however.

The Volunteers fan's optimism is at its highest point in more than ten years as they enter this game 3-0 (3-0 ATS), with their most remarkable victory to date coming against Pittsburgh on the road two weeks ago. The Hendon Hooker and Jalin Hyatt's QB-WR combination is developing into one of the greatest in the SEC, with their most recent game producing a career-high 166 yards.

On paper, everything favors the Volunteers in this matchup, especially because they are seeking retribution for Florida's 38-14 victory over them last year, but I have a bad feeling for the Vols. The Gators should be able to keep this one close.

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Arkansas/Texas A&M Over 48.5 (-110)

Arkansas had lost against Texas A&M nine times in a row prior to last year's 20-10 victory, and they hope to make it two straight on Saturday. It's also worth noting that for a second straight year, they'll be looking to do so on a neutral site at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

The Aggies' 2-1 record includes one of the biggest surprises of the year so far in CFB, a 14-17 home defeat to Appalachian State two weeks ago. The offense has been a significant problem for head coach Jimbo Fisher, averaging just 20.7 points per game, so he turned to Max Johnson, who pulled out a win last week over Miami.

The Aggies may have trouble keeping pace in this one as Arkansas is averaging 37.7 points per game thus far. The Razorbacks' passing defense, which entered the game ranked dead bottom in the nation and allowed 353 yards per game, is where they fall short, however, as Johnson will look to expose it.

I predict that the Aggies will open up their offensive playbook this week after playing a relatively conservative game plan last week and that this game will go over the low total.

Ohio State -18.5 (-110)

This week, Wisconsin faces its toughest challenge of the season as they begin Big Ten play by traveling to Columbus to face an Ohio State squad that has been playing impressively. The Buckeyes are among the best teams in the country after three games in terms of overall offense yards (No. 1), passing yards (No. 6), and points on the board (no. 10). The team's quarterback, CJ Stroud, has been producing some staggering stats, most recently against Toledo last week when he threw for 367 yards and five touchdowns.

Wisco's Graham Mertz, the first-string quarterback, has been able to throw for 200 yards in each of the three games, but he still serves more as a game manager than anything else. Instead, Wisconsin has turned to running back Braelon Allen, who has gained more than 100 yards per game while rushing for five touchdowns overall.

The Badgers won't be able to get away with simply hammering the ball in this game, so I anticipate a route here as they’re unable to compete in a shootout.

Week 4: Top College Football Parlay Picks @ +595 (Bet $100 to win $595)

  • Florida +10.5 (-110)
  • Arkansas/Texas A&M Over 48.5 (-110)
  • Ohio State -18.5 (-110)
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Johnny has been covering the sports betting markets and handicapping games for the better part of the past decade. Along the way, he has written for publications such as All-In Magazine, Blitz Predict, FantasyPros, Betting Pros, Sportsbook Review, and most recently, OddsChecker. In addition to giving out picks on Twitter, Johnny is the host of the podcast The Daily Sports Bet -- a 10 minute or less listen with actionable insights and no fluff or BS. Starting the podcast in June, he closed out 2021 up 26 units with a winning percentage of 55%.


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