Week Two of the NCAA season arrives in full force on Saturday and Cash with the Flash Best Bets has been searching for the very best NCAA Against the Spread (ATS) opportunities for you on Saturday afternoon.
Maryland Stadium: 12:00 pm ET
Cash with the Flash Best Bets Pick: Syracuse +1.5 Points Two Units
Syracuse opened as five-point favorites and now is a road dawg getting +1.5 points. That’s a big jump. Both schools shut out their opponents in their respective season openers; Maryland hung 79 points on Howard University in their home opener. Syracuse defeated Liberty 24-0 in their road opener. Syracuse has won the last three meetings in College Park. Maryland is 1-4 ATS over their last five games. Syracuse is 6-0-1 ATS in their last seven games in September. My math has Syracuse winning by seven points. Cash with the Flash Best Bets suggests you take the points and play Syracuse on Saturday.
Bobby Dodd Stadium: 2:00 pm ET
Cash with the Flash Best Bets: Georgia Tech -6 points Two Units
Georgia Tech (0-1) opened at opened as a four-point favorite over South Florida (0-1). That number has now jumped to -6 points in most shops. Georgia Tech returns 13 starters from a 7-6 football team who kast season blew a three-point fourth-quarter lead to the Bulls and wound up losing 49-38 in Tampa. South Florida was blown out and shutout in their home opener against Wisconsin. Georgia Tech lost their road opener to Clemson 52-14. South Florida has lost seven consecutive games dating back to 2018. My math has Georgia Tech winning by 20 points. Cash with the Flash Best Bets suggest laying the wood and playing the Yellow Jackets to cover the spread Saturday.
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Neyland Stadium: 7:00 pm ET
Cash with the Flash Best Bets: BYU Cougars +4 Points Two Units
Tennesee opened as a one-point favorite and most Vegas shops offer the Volunteers as a four-point home favorite. Both schools lost their respective season openers, BYU losing (30-12) at home against #14 ranked Utah, Tennessee lost their home opener 38-30 against Georgia State. Prior to their loss to Georgia State, Tennessee had won 30 consecutive home games against non-power 5 schools. BYU is 6-6 against current SEC schools and 8-1 ATS in their last nine road games. The Volunteers are 1-4 ATS over their last five games. My math has BYU winning this football game by five points. Your Cash with the Flash Best Bets is taking the points and playing BYU on Saturday evening.
Memorial Stadium 7:00 pm ET
Cash with the Flash Best Bets: Kansas -8 Points Two Units
Kansas opened as a 10-point favorite and most shops have the Jayhawks at -8 points. Coastal Carolina lost their home opener to Eastern Michigan 30-23 and Kansas knocked off Indiana State 24-17 in their home opener. Coastal Carolina is 4-5 over last nine road openers and 0-2 against FBS schools and returns 15 starters from a 5-7 team. Kansas has won 32 of last 39 games against non-Big-12 opponents. Chanticleers sophomore quarterback Fred Payton chucked four interceptions against EMU but threw for over 300 yards. Jayhawks senior quarterback Carter Stanley threw two touchdown passes but lost two fumbles. All Big 12 running back Pooka Williams returns from suspension for the game with Coastal Carolina. My math has the Jayhawks winning by 15 points. Your Cash with the Flash Best Bets is to lay the wood and play Kansas to beat Coastal Carolina.
Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium 7:30 pm ET
Cash with the Flash Best Bets: Texas +6.5 Points Two Units
LSU opened a four-point favorite and books are offering anywhere from 6-7 points with the majority having LSU as a 6.5-point favorite. LSU lit up Georgia Southern in their home opener 55-3 and Texas hammered Louisiana Tech 45-14 in their home opener. LSU is 10-2 in non-conference play under Head Coach Ed Orgeron. Texas lost 29 of last 44 to ranked opponents but was 5-1 last season against nationally-ranked opponents. Tigers senior quarterback Joe Burrow threw five touchdowns against Georgia Southern but in last five games against top 30 defenses completed 52 percent of his passes for zero touchdowns and four interceptions. Longhorns junior quarterback Sam Ehlinger slung four touchdown passes against Louisiana Tech and threw 25 touchdowns and five interceptions last season. My math has Texas winning this game by two points and your Cash with the Flash Best Bets is taking the points and playing the Longhorns on Saturday night.
Bulldog Stadium 10:30 pm ET
Cash with the Flash Best Bets Pick: Fresno State +3 Points
The Golden Gophers have won 12 of their last 17 road openers and enter this game on the backs of a 28-21 home-opening win over San Diego State. Fresno State is 13-2 in home openers over their last 15 with 10 wins coming against FCS opponents. Minnesota sophomore wider receiver Rashod Bateman had 132 receiving yards and a touchdown in their win over SDSU. Fresno State ran for 206 yards in their season-opening road loss to USC. Senior quarterback Jorge Reyna threw for 256 yards and two touchdowns and four running backs rushed for at least 25 yards in the Bulldogs 31-23 road loss to USC. My math has the Bulldogs winning this game by 10 points. Your Cash with the Flash Best Bets is taking the points and playing the home dawg Fresno State to cover the three-points Saturday night.
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