College Football 2022 Week 9 Picks And Top 25 Matchups

The 2022 Week 9 picks and college football Top 25 report includes 3 Top 25 match-ups on Saturday, Oct. 30. I provide a preview and picks of those games below, which include Picks, Opinions and Leans. The side picks are 3-1 the last two weeks following Week 7 and Week 8. and included Tennessee’s 52-49 outright win over Alabama as a 9-point ‘Dog.

You can preview our initial post of 2022 Week 9 picks and analysis of Top 25 match-ups plus a bonus Top 25 Pick at Offshore Gaming Association. I bet other games as well, and try to monitor and stay ahead of some of the market moves.

See more game analysis with stats, including my Top 25 betting report at Forbes. Additional coverage and chip-ins from me at FanDuel and The Duel Sports including:

2022 Week 9 Picks

Week 9 Top 25 Matchups and Picks

See OSGA Top 25 report for full analysis and 2022 Week 9 picks.

  • No. 2 Ohio State (-14.5) at No. 13 Penn State | 12 p.m. | FOX – Lean Penn State
  • No. 19 Kentucky at No. 3 Tennessee (-12) | 7 p.m. | ESPN Lean Kentucky
  • No. 9 Oklahoma State at No. 22 Kansas State (-1.5) | 3:30 p.m. | FOX – Pick Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State at Kansas State – Another team we’ve ridden to paydirt is Oklahoma State (6-1), including a Week 7 Pick against TCU and Week 8 lean and victory over Texas with the Cowboys missing some players to injury. Now Oklahoma State catches a Kansas State (5-2) with injury issues and down it’s top two QB’s including Adrian Martinez, who was knocked out early last week with a leg injury and is a game-time decision vs Oklahoma State (don’t count on him). Middle LB Daniel Green was injured and is also a game time decision. Bottom line, injuries, fatigue and beat up bodies take its toll on teams, and we’re riding the Cowboys again with the league’s leading passer Spencer Sanders (290 YPG) against the wobbly Wildcats. The Cowboys deficient pass defense (303 YPG) may not be taken advantage of this week with the K-State injuries and the Wildcats running more with their league-high rushing attack (232 YPG). Oklahoma State had a good lead at undefeated TCU two weeks ago before blowing the game in a 43-40 OT loss. The Cowboys are 3-0 ATS as ‘Dog this season and on a 13-1 ATS run in Big 12 regular season games.

Types of bets and how to read the odds

AP Top 25 Games

Bonus Pick

If you’re looking for a big match-up edge at the point of attack, then go hog wild with the Razorbacks this week. Arkansas (-3.5) travels to the Plains to run all over Auburn and their lame duck head coach Bryan Harsin. Both teams off a bye, and Arkansas pound the ground rushing attack is elite averaging 245 yards per game vs FBS foes and a never stop 50 rushing attempts per game. Duel QB KJ Jefferson has 18 total TD’s (4 rushing) and just 1 INT, and Jefferson completes the Razorbacks 200 Club top, balanced offense profile with 225 passing YPG. Sure the Arkansas defenses is deficient which is why this should be a higher scoring game over 60 points. But the Auburn rush defense is allowing 226 YPG vs FBS opponents. Go Hog wild on the bowl bound Razorbacks against the timid Tigers.

All Top 25 Games on Sat., Oct. 29

No. 1 Georgia tackles Florida this week in the Cocktail Party in Jacksonville, and Florida is worth a bet as big ‘Dog. The battle of Michigan is a big one, and the No. 4 Wolverines are also laying a huge price vs Michigan State, but all the stats suggest Big Blue can bury Sparty in the Big House. No. 2 Ohio State is laying more than 2 TD’s at No. 13 Penn State, while No. 3 Tennessee also tries to remain undefeated in a top 25 matchup against Kentucky

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change. Odds from FanDuel Sportsbook – the official odds provider for The Associated Press.

Check back for other betting odds, updates and information you can bet on. That includes our 2022 NFL underdog picks, which are 16-12 ATS with 15 outright winners so far this season following the Ravens Week 8 Thursday Night Football win over Tampa Bay. That follows a record-breaking 28-12 ATS 70% season in 2021 from a top of the leaderboard football handicapper.

Author: FairwayJay is a leading national sports betting analyst, writer, handicapper and sports betting insider providing insight and information you can bet on for nearly two decades from Las Vegas. He chips in additional sports betting coverage and reporting on industry news and events for leading media and sports betting sites and companies. Follow him on X (Twitter): @FairwayJay