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Friday night features a Mountain West clash between the Nevada Wolf Pack and the Colorado State Rams. Handicapper John Hyslop is eyeing this Friday late-night action on FS1 with his best college football bet for Friday.
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Nevada vs. Colorado State Prediction, Pick, and Odds: Can Toa Taua and the Wolf Pack Run Up the Scoreboard?

Nevada vs. Colorado State Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: October 7, 2022
  • Game Time: 10:30 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: FS1

Nevada vs. Colorado State Odds

Moneyline: Nevada (-170); Colorado State (+146)

Spread: Nevada -3.5 (-107)

Total: Over/Under 44 (-107)

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We need something to do this Friday night and my suggestion is gambling. More specifically, sports betting. If you haven't heard of it, it's the apex predator of entertainment. Just throw some cash on kids playing football and bam, your normal Friday night just got awesome. It's crazy how that works and I don't have time to explain why it works, but just know that it works. Basically, it's magic, only real. Lucky for us, we've got a handful of college football games so we've got choices. It's not always like that so we should be thankful we get a few choices as to which kids to throw cash on. What's even better is the fact that I found a group that will be out for blood. Always bet on the kids that are out for blood. That's rule one of betting on college football.

Nevada vs. Colorado State Prediction

Nevada Wolf Pack Team Total Over 23.5 (-120) - (Bet $120 to win $100)

*Odds Available at DraftKings*

DraftKings is the spot for this one but don't worry, it's also available at FanDuel. The only difference is the price. FanDuel has 23.5 (-128) so it's a little more expensive but as my wife always says, "more expensive means it's better". I'm paraphrasing but that's pretty much the thought process at my house. Point is, it's fine. It's Friday night, we have action and the prices are pretty close.

Have you ever had a guy come into your living room trying to sell you on an idea? It happened to me once when I was a kid with an encyclopedia salesman. Guy was literally selling books. Crazy part is, we bought them, never read them and then the Internet came out a few years later. Our books were worthless. Was it the salesman's fault? No, but I still didn't like him. That's just the way the planet works. I was given this world, I didn't make it.

Well, the same thing happened to the kids that are playing football at Nevada right now (probably) except they weren't sold books. They were sold the coaching services of Jay Norvell (probably). Needless to say, they didn't get what they bought. He decided last December that he should take his talents to Colorado State. That's fine and all but like half the kids on the Nevada roster were recruited there by him. What about them?

This season hasn't gone great for Nevada so far but they've managed to win a couple of games. On top of that, they've scored at least 23 points in three of the five games they've played. They're not that bad. On top of that, even though they say there's no ill will, like the encyclopedia guy, you know they still don't like Norvell. Plus they know his team stinks. If these kids have any pride at all, they'll drop a 50-burger on Colorado State Friday night. It's the only thing to do at this point.

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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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