Free NCAA Football Point Spread Picks: Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles at Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Written and authored by College Football Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes.

The (2-1) Southern Miss Golden Eagles of Conference-USA West Division will make the trip to the “MIDWEST” for a 2015 NCAA Football matchup. Southern Miss play’s the (1-2) Nebraska Cornhuskers of the Big-Ten West Division in 2015 College Football action. The game will be at Memorial Stadium on campus in Lincoln, Nebraska. Kickoff time is at 12:00 PM EST. The game is on Saturday, September, 25th 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Southern Miss Golden Eagles are a much-improved football team this season. The Golden Eagles will equal last season’s win total win another victory and we are only in September. It has been a disappointing start to the 2015 Football season for Nebraska and new head coach Mike Riley. The opening betting line has Southern Miss as a twenty-two and a half-point Road Underdog Against The Point Spread. The betting odds total is 68-points for Saturday’s game.

The 2015 Southern Miss Golden Eagles got a much needed 56-50 road win at Texas State in their last game. Starting quarterback Nick Mullens passed for 333 yards with four touchdowns. Head Coach Todd Monken is trying to get the once proud USM football program back on track. There was a time in the last 1990’s when the Golden Eagles were better than both Mississippi State and Ole Miss. Monken knows his team is going to make mistakes it is part of growing. A lack of effort is unacceptable for his squad. Southern Mississippi is playing with passion and they believe they can come into Lincoln and get the win. Mullen is also looking at Saturday’s contest as a measuring stick for his improved team. The Golden Eagles begin Conference USA play on October 3rd, hosting North Texas. USM opened the season scoring just sixteen points vs. In state rivals Mississippi State. The Golden Eagles have reeled off back to back fifty plus scoring games. Monken believes his football team can put up points on a Big-Ten defense. The key to a Southern Miss win Saturday is for the offensive line to protect the quarterback. Nebraska is short on confidence and if USM scores early they have a chance to pull off the upset.

The Nebraska athletic department parted way with former coach Bo Pelini after the 2014 season. Enter Mike Riley who comes over from Oregon State. Expectations are high for the 2015 season, but BYU put a damper on the season opener with a last minute hail mary. Nebraska followed up the loss with a home victory over South Alabama. The Cornhuskers comeback fell short in a week three trip to “SOUTH FLORIDA” where they lost to the Miami Hurricanes. 1-2 in unacceptable in Lincoln, Nebraska. Fans of the “BIG RED” don’t want to get used to mediocre football. The Nebraska defense is giving up an average of twenty-six points per contest through three games. South Alabama only scored nine points, but BYU and Miami went over thirty points vs. The Nebraska defense. Starting quarterback, Tommy Armstrong threw three interceptions in last Saturday’s road loss. He must cut down on the mistakes. There is talent on the Cornhuskers offense and Riley must bring it out of players. The key to a Nebraska win is to focus as soon as they run out of the tunnel.

Southern Mississippi is 5-0 Against The Spread their last five vs. Out of conference opponents.

Nebraska is 4-0 ATS their last four vs. A team with a winning record.

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