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Chris Fallica’s College Football 2023 Week 4 Picks on Fox Sports

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Chris Fallica went 2-2 last week and is now 6-10 on the season with his best bets. This week he is picking several underdogs to cover the spread. Here are his picks and analysis:

Chris Fallica’s Week 4 Picks:

  • San Jose State (+6) at Air Force
  • Auburn at Texas A&M (-7.5)
  • Tulsa (+4) at Northern Illinois
  • Georgia Southern (+6.5) at Ball State
  • Libertyat Florida International (+10.5)
  • Texas (Team Over 33.5 points) at Baylor
  • Mississippi State (+6.5) at South Carolina

San Jose State (+6) at Air Force

Fallica believes quarterback Chevan Cordeiro should give the Falcons problems through the air and keep this Friday night game close for the underdog Spartans.

Auburn at Texas A&M (-7.5)

Fallica doesn’t see a repeat of past upsets in this rivalry game. He thinks the Aggies’ defense will make things tough on Auburn while A&M’s offense continues to grow under QB Conner Weigman.

Tulsa (+4) at Northern Illinois

After consecutive blowout losses, Fallica is taking the Golden Hurricane and the points as they drop down in class against a NIU team with an anemic offense.

Georgia Southern (+6.5) at Ball State

Fallica sees potential for a letdown spot for the Eagles after a tough loss at Wisconsin. Georgia Southern has a big home game vs. Coastal Carolina next week.

Liberty at Florida International (+10.5)

Fallica believes the turnover luck has to stop eventually for Liberty. He sees value in taking the points with an FIU team that is shockingly 3-1 and could be 4-0.

Texas (Team Over 33.5 points) at Baylor

After a lackluster win over Wyoming, Fallica expects the Longhorns’ offense to explode against a Baylor defense that has struggled. He likes Texas to go over their team total.

Mississippi State (+6.5) at South Carolina

Fallica sees Mississippi State bouncing back from an embarrassing loss to LSU last week. He expects the Bulldogs offense led by Will Rogers to convert more than 30% of their third downs this week.

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