College Football Week 4 Odds and Lookahead Lines: 4 Bets to Make This Weekend

Week 4 College Football odds and lines are officially posted. Find the most updated College Football odds for Week 4 as well as predictions for marquee matchups such as Colorado vs Oregon, Penn State vs Iowa, and USC vs Arizona St below.

Week 4 College Football Odds & Lines

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Early College Football Week 4 Bets To Place

The Week 3 college football schedule is on the lighter side, but the Week 4 slate is so loaded that fans still have plenty to look forward to. Why not look forward to Week 4 and take a look at the odds? There are a handful of bets worth making right now, before the lines start to move.

Colorado (+14.5) vs. Oregon

Can Colorado seriously compete with Oregon? We won’t know until the game kicks off. For now, though, it certainly looks like the Buffaloes have enough in the tank offensively to keep the matchup within a respectable margin in Eugene.

This line has a good chance of moving under two touchdowns as the game gets closer, if only because so much money has poured in on Colorado. The Buffaloes are not only fully expected to win against Colorado State this weekend, there’s a good chance they’ll have another offensive explosion. This is a Rams team that allowed 50 points to Washington State in Week 1. After Jay Norvell’s comments this week, Deion Sanders isn’t going to let up.

One more big Colorado win, even if fully expected, should result in more money coming in on Coach Prime’s team and narrow this line from +14.5 – it’s already come down from +15.5 in the last few days.

Washington State (+2) vs. Oregon State / Washington State Moneyline

In the battle of Pac-12 leftovers, Washington State is being undervalued early on.

As solid as Oregon State has looked with DJ Uiagalelei at quarterback, the Cougars have looked outstanding offensively led by QB Cameron Ward. They just knocked off Wisconsin at home, doing so without much drama, and a layup of a matchup with Northern Colorado should allow Jake Dickert’s team to build momentum heading into Week 4.

Oregon State hasn’t faced a real test like Washington State has, and all of these factors should contribute to at least making this line a little more even as the game approaches.

Penn State (-13) vs. Iowa

We got some nice line movement last week, when Penn State moved from a 12-point favorite over Illinois to a 14.5-point favorite. Another week of success for Drew Allar and this Nittany Lions team with NFL talent on both sides of the ball could push this line further in their favor against Iowa. In fact, it’s already quickly moved from -10.5 to -13.

Penn State should be able to overwhelm an Illinois defense that looks nothing like last year’s and struggled to a degree against both Toledo and Kansas. If that’s the case, a margin of less than two touchdowns won’t look like enough vs. Iowa. As strong as the Hawkeyes’ defense is, Iowa still hasn’t hit the 25-point mark against inferior competition and will be playing in an extremely difficult State College environment. I’m taking the Nittany Lions today.

USC (-14.5) vs. Arizona State

USC is off in Week 3, before an extremely tough stretch of games. That stretch starts off with what should be a layup, even on the road.

Arizona State hasn’t looked the part through two games after an offseason of change, narrowly holding off Southern Utah before losing to Oklahoma State by 12 at home. It’s hard to imagine why USC is only favored by 14.5 in Tempe if an OK State team with a limited passing game could pull that off in the same building.

Sure, USC’s defense is suspect, but Caleb Williams looks thoroughly unstoppable early on. If Fresno State goes into Temple and beats Arizona State, something that certainly seems possible given the Bulldogs’ offense, the Trojans are going to see this line move even more in their favor. USC -14.5 is a nice early play for Week 4.

Dan is a lifelong sports fan and graduate of Boston University. He’s covered several sports on Instagram since he was 12 and now writes about everything from betting trends to breaking news for Lineups.

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