Week 5 College Football Predictions 2022

Week 5 College Football Predictions, Week 5 college football picks, odds, 2022 best bets from proven expert: This three-leg parlay pays 6-1

The biggest college football matchups for Week 5 are predicted, and Hurricane Ian’s effects might change how many games are played this week due to the rainy and muddy weather. Keep an eye on Saturday night’s top-10 battle between Clemson and NC State, as the storm is predicted to pass over South Carolina during the game.

Given the Tigers’ loss to the Wolfpack last year and the anticipated close game this weekend at Memorial Stadium, we’re putting the Tigers on upset alert.

Second-ranked Alabama travels to Arkansas and will try and capture its 15th consecutive win in the SEC West series. Another crucial SEC matchup between the unbeaten teams Kentucky and Ole Miss will take place in Oxford in Week 5.

Week 5 College Football Predictions 2022

In terms of the playoff and conference championship races, Week 4 was rife with changes and potential changes. Overall, I still over 75% for the week, and with a record of 50-16 for the year, I am now 236-67. My Week 5 predictions will now follow.

South Carolina State 7 @ South Carolina 45

Utah State 14 @ BYU 41

Tulane 23 @ Houston 21

UTSA 32 @ Middle Tennessee 21

San Diego State 13 @ Boise State 16

Washington 31 @ UCLA 25

New Mexico 14 @ UNLV 28

Georgia State 10 @ Army 21

Illinois 21 @ Wisconsin 27

Louisville 37 @ Boston College 28

Michigan 21 @ Iowa 9

Navy 14 @ Air Force 24

Oklahoma 37 @ TCU 33

Purdue 18 @ Minnesota 32

Temple 10 @ Memphis 35

Texas Tech 24 @ Kansas State 31

Kentucky 21 @ Ole Miss 27

Texas State 13 @ James Madison 48

Northern Illinois 17 @ Ball State 20

Oregon State 27 @ Utah 28

UMass 12 @ Eastern Michigan 31

East Carolina 27 @ USF 7

Alabama 34 @ Arkansas 21

Bowling Green 28 @ Akron 16

The Citadel 3 @ Appalachian State 41

Central Michigan 23 @ Toledo 27

Fresno State 37 @ UConn 6

Gardner-Webb 14 @ Marshall 56

Iowa State 28 @ Kansas 38

Miami Ohio 23 @ Buffalo 21

Michigan State 27 @ Maryland 24

Northwestern 17 @ Penn State 47

Ohio 20 @ Kent State 28

Oklahoma State 24 @ Baylor 27

Rutgers 13 @ Ohio State 62

Virginia Tech 31 @ North Carolina 45

Wake Forest 38 @ Florida State 48

FAU 34 @ North Texas 30

Georgia Southern 21 @ Coastal Carolina 26

Texas A&M 24 @ Mississippi State 20

South Alabama 31 @ ULL 29

Wagner 7 @ Syracuse 45

Cal 18 @ Washington State 27

Liberty 21 @ Old Dominion 22

New Hampshire 13 @ Western Michigan 27

UTEP 21 @ Charlotte 32

Cincinnati 27 @ Tulsa 11

ULM 24 @ Arkansas State 35

LSU 37 @ Auburn 12

Troy 17 @ Western Kentucky 27

Indiana 31 @ Nebraska 28

NC State 34 @ Clemson 31

San Jose State 23 @ Wyoming 16

UAB 35 @ Rice 25

Georgia 35 @ Missouri 0

Virginia 26 @ Duke 24

West Virginia 17 @ Texas 30

FIU 14 @ New Mexico State 17

Georgia Tech 13 @ Pittsburgh 44

Colorado 10 @ Arizona 34

Arizona State 23 @ USC 55

Stanford 14 @ Oregon 37

Eastern Washington 24 @ Florida 48

SMU 31 @ UCF 41

Why is this spread just 10.5 points since Lowa hasn’t scored a touchdown in its previous 10 quarters versus Michigan and lost by 39 the last time these two teams played? Given that Michigan hasn’t triumphed at Kinnick Stadium in more than a decade, oddsmakers are giving the Hawkeyes much too much credit.

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