Free NCAA Football Betting Picks, and Odds For Saturday. October 14, 2017:

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

Our Weekly Football ATS Predictions are again winning at a remarkable rate and will continue to the BCS Title Game in January 2018.

The (4-1) Michigan Wolverines of the Big Ten Conference East Division will travel to basketball-crazed “B-TOWN” for a week six matchup. Michigan plays the (3-2) Indiana Hoosiers also of the Big-10 East in 2017 NCAA Football action. Game time is at 12:00 PM EST on Saturday. October 14, 2017.

The ABC Television Network will broadcast the game.

The teams will play at Memorial Stadium aka “THE ROCK” in Bloomington, Indiana.

Winning NCAA Football Handicapper Charlie Red McDougall and his staff lost his ATS play on Michigan last Saturday Night, but after witnessing the defeat, our experts will win the next time.

Michigan is a high profile program and must get back on track if they are to compete for the East Division title.

Matchups with Penn State and Ohio State will show the nation how much progress has been made.

Indiana is a primarily “HOOPS” institute, but the football team is turning heads so far this season.

The bleachers will be full, and fans expect excellence from the Hoosiers. T

he Opening Betting line has the Michigan Wolverines as a Seven Point Road Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds Total is Forty-Five And A Half Points for Saturday’s contest.

The Michigan Wolverines lost their annual rivalry game in front of the home crowd and a national television audience last Saturday Night.

Michigan is just 2-3 ATS this season and has stayed under the betting odds total their previous three.

Head Coach Jim Harbaugh understands what it takes to win in College Football. However it is evident the team misses defensive standouts from last season who are now in the NFL.

It must have been painful for Wolverine fans to witness their team getting dominated at the line of scrimmage against their in-state rivals.

John O’Korn is taking the place of injured Wilton Speight and must be more patient in the pocket.

Turnovers are another area of concern for Michigan, every time they tried to get something going on offense someone would lose the football trying to make a play.

As the meat of the schedule approaches, the senior must take control.

Linebacker Mike McCray is the vocal leader, and he must get the defense in focus.

The key to a Michigan victory against Indiana is to dominate for four quarters.

Bovada.Lv has the Michigan Wolverines Over win total at Nine Games for the 2017 season.

The 2017 Indiana Hoosiers shutout Charleston Southern last Saturday for their third win of the season.

The Hoosier have lost their last two against the number and have gone over the betting odds total just twice this.

First Year Head Coach Tom Allen has the team playing with a new attitude, and the results are positive through the first half of the 2017 season.

The entire culture surrounding Indiana University football is on the rise.

The offense can move the football with consistency, and the defense is getting off of the field on third downs more often than in previous years.

Senior signal caller Richard Lagow and Junior wideout Simmie Cobbs have chemistry in the passing attack.

For the Hoosiers to pull the home, upset the offensive and defensive lines must play aggressively.

Indiana should be able to put points on the scoreboard.

Bovada.Lv has the Indiana Hoosiers at Under Six Wins for the 2017 College Football season.

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