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College Football Week 10 Film Breakdown: Florida vs. Georgia, Clemson vs. Notre Dame, Tennessee vs. Arkansas

We bring the numbers and the film to three games this weekend to help you find a few bucks in Week 10 of college football.

It’s a fantastic slate of college football this weekend, so we take a look at some ways where bettors can find profitability, as well make some picks about what we think is going to happen.

And whoo boy, do we have some hot takes on Clemson vs. Notre Dame.

The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party will have less cocktails this year, but the #5 Florida Gators vs. #3 Georgia Bullogs is always one of the best games of the year. Kyle Trask and Kyle Pitts against the UGA defense will be a fun one.

Two mistake-prone quarterbacks that can make some plays do battle when the Tennessee Volunteers head to Fayetteville to play the Arkansas Razorbacks. Jarrett Guarantano and Feleipe Franks will look to guide their teams that want to run the ball and use play-action.

And for the ACC Game of the Year, a #1 Clemson Tigers team without Trevor Lawrence faces a #4 Notre Dame Fighting Irish that has shown an ability to score. Can DJ Uiagalelei make it happen in his first-ever college football start on the road?

If you’re looking for some angles most bettors won’t have, or the best way to make some in-game wagers, check it out below.

Here are the current odds for the games we break down from DraftKings Sportsbook:

Florida vs. Georgia: Georgia -3, total 52.5

Tennessee vs. Arkansas: Tennessee -1.5, total 52.5

Clemson vs. Notre Dame: Clemson -5.5, total 50

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