Winning NCAA Football Betting Picks and Odds For Saturday. October 15, 2016:

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

NCAA Football Predictions are again winning at a remarkable rate and will continue to the BCS Title game in January 2017.

The (5-0) And second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes of the Big Ten Conference East Division will make the trip north to “AMERICA’S DAIRYLAND” for their week seven matchup of the 2016-17 NCAA Football season.

Ohio State play’s the (4-1) and tenth ranked Wisconsin Badgers of the Big 10 West in 2016 College Football action.

Game time is at 8:00 PM EST on the ABC Television Network. The teams will play at Camp Randall Stadium in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin.

The game is on Saturday, October 15th, 2016. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Ohio State Buckeyes are a young football team.

However, they have some of the best talents in College Football. Wisconsin has tradition but is not on the same level as Saturday’s opponent.

The Badgers coaching staff will take advantage of the home crowd to try to pull the upset.

The Opening Betting Odds has the Ohio State Buckeyes as a Ten Point Road Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 44 and a Half Points for Saturday’s game.

 

The Ohio State Buckeyes along with their arch rivals Michigan Wolverines seem to be the class of the Big Ten this season.

Ohio State went on the road and beat Oklahoma in a hostile environment last month. The teams last met in the 2014 season in the Conference title game at Indianapolis, final score Ohio State 59-Wisconsin 0.

Ohio State went on to beat Alabama and Oregon in the first BCS playoff format.

However, this game is in front of the Badgers home crowd, and the faithful is already getting ready.

Buckeyes Head Coach Urban Meyer has his team leader under center; J.T. Barrett is one of the best game managers in all of College Football.

Graduation was supposed to hurt the Buckeyes this season, but players are taking their game to another level.

New defensive coordinator Greg Schiano and Luke Fickell has the defense making stops in critical situations.

The key to a Buckeyes victory is to play within the system, they way they did in Norman, Oklahoma.

The difference is Wisconsin is an excellent defensive football squad.

Bovada Lv. List the Ohio State Buckeyes at +160 to win the 2016-17 Big Ten Conference Championship.

 

The 2016-17 Wisconsin Badgers began the season with a signature win against LSU at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

The only blemish on their record is a tough fought defensive game at Michigan. Wisconsin was idle last week and have players rested.

Defense is the Badgers calling card led by linebacker T.J Watt and cornerback Derrick Tindal. The coaching staff believes the defense will keep the game close.

The offense is another story for Head Coach Paul Chryst, running back Corey Clement is the best player on the unit. The New Jersey native has been banged up early in the season but is fully healthy and ready to go Saturday.

Starting Quarterback Alex Hornibrook is a Freshman and is prone to making mistakes.

Chryst and offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph must let the kid do what he does best.

Wisconsin must score points to win the highly anticipated “PRIME TIME” matchup.

Bovada Lv. List the Wisconsin Badgers at +1,600 to win the Big Ten Crown for the 2016-17 season.

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