Recapping our College Football Picks from Week 1
Each week of the College Football season MFST will be highlighting a few games, previewing and predicting the winners. These games aren’t the high-profiled ones (sometimes they are)–but ultimately it’s the games we feel the most confident in laying down some money on. With sports gambling becoming legalized in various states, you can use our guides as a way to find hidden gems within the college football slate.
Week One was a good one for us here at MFST. We didn’t hit on all of our games, but it was a success nonetheless. Here’s a recap of our College Football Picks from last week….
Syracuse looked like a team that could upset some solid teams in the ACC this season. Quarterback Eric Dungey is a ball-player and can make things happen with his arms and legs.
Hawaii is another team that has surprised en route to a 2-0 start this season. Cole McDonald is emerging as a leader at the quarterback position and even an early Heisman candidate.
This week is full of college football games, and a few on the slate for us to cover this week…
No.18 Mississippi State vs Kansas State
Liberty vs Army
Colorado vs Nebraska
Cal vs BYU
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