College football expert picks, forecasts for Week 8, 2019: Florida covers against South Carolina

With a dominant part of the Week 8 college football calendar included must-see meeting matchups, there are a few twofold digit college football lines that bettors can assault. The greatest confound among meeting adversaries is No. 1 Alabama versus Tennessee, where the Crimson Tide are supported by 34.5 focuses. Other unbalanced college football spreads incorporate Oklahoma versus West Virginia (+33.5), Wisconsin versus Illinois (+31), and Georgia versus Kentucky (+25). Regardless of whether you’re scanning for an incentive in a game like one of those or attempting to decide on a tight matchup like Oregon versus Washington (+3), getting impartial college football master picks can go far. Prior to securing any plays, make certain to see the Week 8 college football best bets and top college football expectations from SportsLine’s Barrett Sallee.

Sallee is a genuine insider – a CBS Sports investigator, SiriusXM have, Heisman voter and reliably one of the top CBS Sports specialists picking games against the spread – and his best wagers have acquired tremendous returns. He appeared with SportsLine in 2017 and has conveyed in a major way, posting a triumphant record in his week after week college football best wagers section since that point. He got 2019 off to a rankling start also, going 15-5-1 in his best wagers hitherto. Anyone who has been tailing him is far up.

Presently, he has directed his concentration toward Week 8 and is sharing his most certain college football master picks over at SportsLine. We can let you know Sallee is picking No. 9 Florida (- 6) to cover out and about against South Carolina.

Sallee realizes South Carolina will enter Saturday’s SEC standoff full with confidence in the wake of knocking off Georgia out and about. In the interim, Florida limps into this matchup having played consecutive games against top-10 rivals. The Gators crushed Auburn by a last score of 24-13, at that point lost to LSU out and about by two touchdowns. Nonetheless, the Gators include one of the most fierce guards in the country, surrendering a little more than 14 points for every game. In addition, Florida is 14-6 in its last 20 gatherings against the Gamecocks.

“The Gamecocks are the darlings of the college football world after upsetting Georgia, but Florida now knows not to take them lightly,” Sallee told SportsLine. “Quarterback Kyle Trask was impressive in the loss to LSU in Death Valley, and coach Dan Mullen will take that experience and build off it. South Carolina will get quarterback Ryan Hilinski back, but how healthy will he be? Can he have success against this Gators defense? I don’t think so.”

Sallee has additionally discovered two other college football picks he’s high on, including a street team that isn’t getting about enough credit in Week 8.

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