College football expert picks, Week 7: South Carolina will blow out Tennessee
Barrett Sallee went an amazing 16-5 against the spread last week and loves South Carolina
Before you make any bets or picks for Week 7 of the college football season, you need to hear what Barrett Sallee has to say.
A CBS Sports college football expert, ESPNU SiriusXM Radio host and Heisman Trophy voter, Sallee is absolutely crushing the books this year.
He led all CBS experts with a blistering 16-5 mark against the spread on his college football picks in Week 6. In an industry where 60 percent is considered outstanding, Sallee nailed an astonishing 76.2 percent of his picks last week. Anybody who followed his selections saw an enormous payday.
Now, Sallee has studied the college football matchups for Week 7, and he's sharing his three favorite picks over at SportsLine.
We'll give one away: Sallee says South Carolina blows out Tennessee as 2.5-point underdogs on the road.
You read that right - the Gamecocks win big, on the road, as underdogs.
Sallee knows the Gamecocks haven't allowed more than 400 yards in any of their last four games. And Tennessee is making a switch to redshirt freshman QB Jarrett Guarantano with no offensive identity outside of running back John Kelly. Even in Knoxville, this game sets up as a blowout by 4-2 South Carolina and a huge win for head coach Will Muschamp.
Sallee has also identified a road favorite that Vegas is grossly underestimating. He knows that everyone pounding the underdog will be in for a huge disappointment, and he doesn't want you to make the same mistake. Find out who it is at SportsLine and get your weekend off to a profitable start.
So what picks is Sallee extremely confident in for Week 7 of the college football season? Visit SportsLine now to see which road favorite is about to make a shocking statement and which game has the wrong team favored, all from CBS's most accurate college football expert who had an astonishing 16-5 record on his picks against the spread last week.
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