AUDIO- Brad Powers shares his best bets for Week 8 in college football, UNLV/Air Force

The Pregame lead college football analyst joins Adam Hill to discuss the big weekend ahead for college football sports bettors and breaks down the biggest games and best values.

Powers talks about the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Broncos and Cardinals, “”Give me the Cardinals plus the 1.”

Powers weighs in on the UNLV/Air Force game tomorrow, “I like the money move here. I mean I get it that UNLV got blown out last week against Utah State Newsflash, Utah State is very good, folks. Maybe the best team in the Mountain West.”

“I liked what I saw offensively from UNLV last week. They got 400+ yards. I’ll take them in a big home dog role. Air Force terrible as a road favorite- 4 and 12 against the number the last 16 times in that role.”

Powers talks Michigan/Michigan State, “Give me the #Wolverines -7.”

Powers discusses Alabama/Tennessee, “29 points another historical line here. Last 40 years, Tennessee has never, never been this large of a home underdog. so 9 points above what was the historical line here. I get it, Alabama has been historically great this year but not necessarily for the full game.”

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Author: chrissyparadis

Producer of Cofield & Company heard weekday afternoons from 3-6p on ESPN 1100 / 100.9 FM. Previously worked producing Nasty Boy Rob Dibble and FOX Sports National Commentator Tim Brando. Born & raised to be a tough long-suffering Jets fan and growing up in NC became a diehard Duke basketball & Carolina Hurricanes fan. Perfect weekend includes- setting up shop at my favorite sports bar to watch as many CFB & NFL games at once. Looking for suggestions! Have the best family (at home & work) a girl could ask for! Always on twitter @chrissyparadis & part of Cofield's Company .

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