The Irish (4-2 SU, 4-2 ATS) have been buoyed by an impressive offense that’s been held to less than 21 points just once this season. On the other side of the ball are the Huskies who have yet to win a game this season and have only covered one game by the NCAA odds this season.
Notre Dame’s offensive performance has contributed to its last three games going over the ‘total’ according to the closing NCAA betting lines this season.
In their game against North Carolina two weeks ago, the offense’s five turnovers was the main reason why the Irish lost even though it racked up 472 total yards and 27 first downs against a stout Tar Heel stop unit. Sophomore WR Golden Tate had a monster game again, securing five Clausen passes for 121 yards and a touchdown.
College football gamblers who bet parlays would be interested to know that the Irish have covered in every game that went over the ‘total’ but failed to do so when the contest played to the ‘under’. Without QB Jake Locker, the Huskies (0-6 SU, 1-5 ATS) have lost their last two games by 34 and 21 points.
On Homecoming last week against Oregon State, freshman QB Ronnie Fouch struggled to put points on the board completing 17-of-32 passes for 276 yards and three interceptions. The Huskies have failed to cover four straight games against the NCAA football betting odds since they almost beat BYU at home in the first week of September.
NCAA football bettors might be interested to find out that in six previous meetings, the Huskies are yet to notch the win column against the Irish. The college football wagering line set the Irish as 11-point road favorites in this game with a ‘total’ of 54 points.
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