Top ranked Alabama gets one of their toughest tests of the season as they visit #12 Arkansas in a game that can be seen on CBS. The Crimson Tide has been excellent this season against the college football betting lines and they are favored on the road against Ryan Mallett and Arkansas.
Week 4 begins on Thursday with Miami of Florida at Pittsburgh on ESPN. Miami is ranked in the Top 20 while Pittsburgh was ranked before the season began. On Friday it is #4 TCU in the spotlight on ESPN as they visit SMU.
Saturday’s TV Games – There are some excellent games in Week 4 on TV including that Alabama-Arkansas game we mentioned earlier. A first game of the day is on ESPN 2 as Michigan and Heisman Trophy candidate Denard Robinson host Bowling Green. The ESPN early game has NC State at Georgia Tech. ESPN U has Florida International at Maryland. The mid afternoon ABC regional games have #2 Ohio State hosting Eastern Michigan in what should be another Buckeyes rout, UCLA at #6 Texas and Wake Forest at Florida State. Also at that time it will be #19 Stanford at Notre Dame on NBC and North Carolina at Rutgers on ESPN U.
Late Afternoon and Evening – Late in the afternoon it is #7 Oklahoma at Cincinnati on ESPN 2. Kentucky is at #10 Florida in a game that can be seen on ESPN U. The ESPN evening game is a great SEC battle in college football betting lines as two top 20 team’s battle as Auburn hosts South Carolina. ABC has #25 Oregon State at #3 Boise State.
Late Game – This week the late game is two top 25 teams meeting as LSU hosts West Virginia on ESPN 2.
Other Top 25 games – USC is at Washington State in another game that the Trojans should win easily. USC is not a good team but they have played a horrible early season schedule and Washington State is terrible. Penn State could get a test at home against Temple. Number 14 Utah should rout San Jose State against the college football odds at the Sbg global sportsbook.