The Cardinal (3-2 SU, 3-2 ATS) have both won and covered their last two games per the college football betting line, and with one more win, they’ll match 2007’s win total. Notre Dame is coming off its best offensive performance of the season against Purdue, in a 38-21 Irish win.
Stanford has started the season with four of their first five games going over the NCAA football wagering ‘total’ in some defensive optional affairs. Last Saturday against Washington, RB Anthony Kimble was the star, rushing for 157 yards and one touchdown on just 15 carries.
QB Tavita Pritchard didn’t disappoint either, completing 16-of-24 passes for 222 yards and three touchdowns. Since HC Jim Harbaugh stepped onto campus, he is 3-4 ATS as a road underdog off the NCAA lines but all three of those wins were also SU victories, including last year’s unforgettable 24-23 miracle win against USC as 41-point underdogs.
QB Jimmy Clausen put together his best game career wise with the Irish last week going 20-of-35 for 275 yards and three touchdowns in Notre Dame’s 17 point victory. RB Armando Allen also put up his best game in a Notre Dame uniform, toting the rock 17 times for 134 yards and a touchdown.
To start the season, Notre Dame is both 2-0 SU and ATS off the NCAA betting odds when the final score of the game combined to go over the ‘total’. Notre Dame has won six games in a row against Stanford and owns a college football gambling record of 4-2 ATS during that stretch.
College football odds show the Irish as a 7.5-point home favorite in this game. Sports bettors may be split over which side to take in this affair, but they can agree that the best place to wager on NCAA football this season is Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook, whose easy to use interface is second to none.
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