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NCAAF · 19 days ago

College Football Week 3 Odds: Biggest Over Under Totals This Week

John David Yonke

John David Yonke

College Football Week 3 Odds: Biggest Over Under Totals This Week

Week 3 of the college football season is here, which means the final non-conference game for many teams on the slate. There’s another loaded offering of games on the board. 

Not confident in a side? One way to bet is by taking a look at the total. Here are the highest Over/Under Totals in this week’s college football odds at BetMGM, ranked from highest to lowest.

College Football Week 3 Odds: Biggest Over-Under Totals This Week

Rank Matchup Total
1 Hawaii at Oregon O/U 68.5
2 North Texas at Louisiana Tech O/U 67.5
3 Western Kentucky at Ohio State O/U 64.5
T4 Georgia Southern at Wisconsin O/U 63.5
T4 Georgia Tech at Ole Miss O/U 63.5
6 TCU at Houston O/U 62.5
7 Alabama at South Florida O/U 61.5
8 Kansas at Nevada O/U 60.5
T9 Wake Forest at Old Dominion O/U 59.5
T9 Oklahoma at Tulsa O/U 59.5
T9 Colorado State at Colorado O/U 59.5

1. Hawaii at Oregon (O/U 68.5)

Bo Nix and the Oregon Ducks are a machine offensively, dropping 81 points in their first game and 38 in their second to average 59.5 PPG. While that’s not sustainable throughout an entire season, it could be in Week 3 against an overmatched opponent. Brayden Schager leads the country with 972 passing yards, albeit in three games since the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors played in Week 0 as well. 

2. North Texas at Louisiana Tech (O/U 67.5)

This one’s expected to be a shootout between two offensively-minded head coaches with a similar background and Air Raid roots, Eric Morris and Sonny Cumbie. The North Texas Mean Green are a mess defensively, surrendering 52 PPG despite playing two underwhelming offenses in the California Golden Bears and the Florida International Panthers. 

3. Western Kentucky at Ohio State (O/U 64.5)

Kyle McCord and the Ohio State Buckeyes showed some signs of life offensively in Week 2 but have still mustered just 29 PPG despite playing the Indiana Hoosiers and an FCS school through two games. There’s a chance Week 3 looks different as last year’s top passer in the country, Austin Reed and the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers bring their all-offense, little-defense style of play to town. 

T4. Georgia Southern at Wisconsin (O/U 63.5)

It’ll be curious to see how Luke Fickell and the Wisconsin Badgers respond after getting manhandled in the trenches by the Washington State Cougars en route to a 31-22 loss. Tanner Mordecai and the passing attack are still looking to find their footing. Clay Helton’s Georgia Southern Eagles averaged 466.7 yards of offense per game last year and have a nearly identical 467.5 yards per game through two games this season.

T4. Georgia Tech at Ole Miss (O/U 63.5)

A week ago, it was tough sledding for Lane Kiffin and company against the Tulane Green Wave, but the Ole Miss Rebels still scored 37 points. Their high-powered offense will look for another productive outing against a Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets team that allowed 474 total yards on 7.3 yards per play against the Louisville Cardinals in Week 1.

6. TCU at Houston (O/U 62.5)

Dana Holgorsen’s Houston Cougars collapsed defensively in Week 2 en route to a 43-41 upset loss to the Rice Owls. They now will look to go score-for-score with a dangerous Sonny Dykes TCU Horned Frogs offense averaging 41.5 PPG. 

7. Alabama at South Florida (O/U 61.5)

Talk about a get-right spot for a struggling Alabama Crimson Tide offense. Jalen Milroe and company will look to right the ship after a massive loss as they face a South Florida Bulls defense that was one of the worst in the country a year ago and is surrendering 32.5 PPG and 429 total yards per game this season. 

8. Kansas at Nevada (O/U 60.5)

Lance Leipold’s Kansas Jayhawks look to have one of the best offenses in the nation as they bring back nearly every key piece to an elite unit from a season ago. Jalon Daniels and company are expected to do almost all of the damage against this total, as the  Nevada Wolf Pack managed just six points and 266 total yards against an FCS school last week. 

T9. Wake Forest at Old Dominion (O/U 59.5)

Both teams look to play fast and keep opposing defenses chasing in what should be a high-flying game between two fun offenses. The Wake Forest Demon Deacons look to be in fine hands with new starting quarterback Mitch Griffis, averaging 9.4 yards per attempt. In comparison, the Old Dominion Monarchs scored 38 points while averaging an elite 7.3 yards per play against the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns. 

T9. Oklahoma at Tulsa (O/U 59.5)

Talk about a rough two-game stretch for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. Last week, they were bombarded by the Washington Huskies (43-10 loss, allowed 9.1 yards per play). They now must face another dangerous offense attack led by a left-handed quarterback as Dillon Gabriel and the Oklahoma Sooners (50.5 PPG) come to town. 

T9. Colorado State at Colorado (O/U 59.5)

Shedeur Sanders looks to keep up his early season Heisman bid after throwing for 903 yards and six touchdowns across his first two electric games for the Colorado Buffaloes. Coach Prime and company look to keep up the impressive offensive display against a Colorado State Rams team that has played just one game this season. That lone outing was an indictment on this defense, as they surrendered 50 points and 556 total yards to Washington State.