For the first time this season, The LAFB Network is bringing you the best parlay bets to make this week in college football! It couldn’t come at a better time either following a week in which Texas, Notre Dame, and Oklahoma were all upset. So where is the next upset coming from and how can you profit from it? That’s what we’re here for so read on for your best Week 10 college football bets.

While parlays are always the riskiest bets you can place compared to spreads, we’ll break down the safest parlay you can place, another will make you some money but carries some risk, and the riskiest but most fruitful one you can place. For this article, we will take a look at 3-team parlays based on each team’s money line with each one based on its level of risk. For the college football Week 10 parlay bets, LAFB Network is bringing you the best three-team money lines to place your bets on. The best money lines come from the best website to place your bets and that is Mybookie.ag so be sure to check out their website for convenient online gambling both in and out sports!

Safest Parlay

3-team parlay: UCLA (-255) vs. Colorado, Mississippi State (-300) vs. Arkansas, Tennessee (-500) vs. UAB

College football is tough to find “safe” bets that will still make you a fair amount of money so this is as good as you are probably going to get. UCLA is coming off a major upset against Arizona State that has the potential to save its season that is riddled with bad losses. While they may not inspire confidence especially after losing to Arizona and Oregon State, Colorado is coming off four straight losses. While the Buffaloes did barely lose to USC, they were blown out in their previous two games and with UCLA having the home-field advantage, expect the Bruins to pull out this win.

Mississippi State would likely be bigger favorites here if they weren’t on the road so they are prime candidates for the safe bet. While the Bulldogs are coming off four straight losses, three of those have come against superior teams. Arkansas is not a superior team by any stretch. The Razorbacks’ only two wins have come against San Jose State and Portland State.

Tennessee has proven they can beat teams worse than they are in Chattanooga and South Carolina and UAB is simply not the better team especially playing the Volunteers on the road.

Riskier Parlay

3-team parlay: Mississippi State (-300) vs. Arkansas, Tennessee (-500) vs. UAB, Florida State (-160) vs. Miami

Rivalry games always make for a risky gamble, it’s hard to name a more disappointing team this season than the Miami Hurricanes. While expectations were average at best, to begin with, the first year under Manny Diaz has managed to fall even below that. Florida State meanwhile has rebounded from a rough 2018 season and despite losing against Wake Forest, they are still the rightful favorites here. Again, the problem is they are playing one of their biggest rivals on the road and that carries its own risk.

Riskiest Parlay

Tennessee (-500) vs. UAB, SMU (+180) vs. Memphis, Washington (+140) vs. Utah

How SMU are the underdogs against Memphis is absolutely mind-blowing to me. I understand they are coming a week in which they were nearly upset by the Houston Cougars and narrowly escaped a loss against Tulsa a few weeks ago, it’s important to also look at who Memphis has played this year. The Tigers have an even more narrow win against Tulsa and that is their most impressive win besides beating Ole Miss in their season opener. SMU beat a TCU squad that just upset Texas and while they will be on the road, it’s a fair risk to bet they’ll pull off the upset.

While picking the Washington Huskies to pull off a top-10 upset seems insane, it may not be so crazy. Utah’s starting quarterback Tyler Huntley’s status was in question last week and it’s reasonable to believe he is still a little banged up. Meanwhile, since joining the Pac-12 in 2011, the total amount of times Utah has beaten Washington is a grand total of one. While Washington has certainly had a disappointing season so far, they nearly pulled off an impressive upset against Oregon and they haven’t lost back-to-back games since 2015. If you want to bet on a big upset, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better option than this one.

Tad Desai

Author Tad Desai

Recent graduate from TCU with a journalism degree. From St. Louis, Missouri. I love sports, comics and movies. I intend to live forever. So far, so good.

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