Last Updated on October 29, 2021
After a two-week hiatus, SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt is back. SVP gave away his betting picks on social media for the last two weekends, but he is back in the studio. The “Winners” segment is among the most popular on night-time TV, and we track each and every pick each week. This week is no different.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at Scott Van Pelt’s betting picks for Week 9 in college football. In addition, you’ll find the betting history from SVP on a week-to-week basis along with the last two seasons. Finally, we look at the best odds for this week in college football to help your ROI.
SVP Picks for College Football Week 9
Every Thursday Night on SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt, SVP gives his favorite betting picks for the week in college football. This is not an information-filled set of picks, as SVP gives his choices, some brief reasoning (some tongue-in-cheek) and some laughter on set. With this being the first “Winners” segment back in the studio after two weeks, this will be a fun set of picks. Let’s take a look at his action for Week 9.
— Action Rush (@ActionRushBets) October 29, 2021
Florida Gators +14 vs. Georgia Bulldogs
Scott loves the Gators getting TWO touchdowns this week.
Mississippi State +1.5 vs. Kentucky
SVP talks about Mike Leach’s love for candy, so he likes MSST this week.
Washington +2.5 vs. Stanford
Why? SVP doesn’t know, he has. But he has Washington.
California +1.5 vs. Oregon State
SVP is not afraid of Oregon State, as he backs Berkeley.
Wisconsin -3.5 vs. Iowa
The Badgers are favored but unranked at home against a ranked team. General principle game.
Houston -1.5 vs. SMU
SVP takes an unranked team at home again.
NC State -6.5 vs. Louisville
This is one that SVP added for no reason, really. He just wanted seven picks.
Stanford Steve’s Pick This Week
Kansas +30.5 vs. Oklahoma State. THIRTY POINTS.
Want more college football betting picks? Check out the Barstool CFB picks and mortal locks.
Should I bet on Scott Van Pelt’s betting picks?
If you are wondering if Scott Van Pelt is worth tailing, the answer is yes and no. SVP has never claimed himself to be a top handicapper, as his picks are just for entertaining purposes. With that said, he is above .500 on the season and for his career. Given that he picks mostly upsets, that is relatively impressive. With that said, the “Winners” segment is still for entertainment first, picks second. Let’s look at his betting records on a week-to-week basis this year.
Week to Week SVP Betting Picks
Last week, SVP’s betting picks on vacation were 3-3.
- Army +3 (Loss)
- Washington State +4 (Win)
- Miami, FL +3.5 (Win)
- Navy +28.5 (Win)
- Georgia Tech +6.5 (Loss)
- Iowa State -7 (Loss)
Couple of 4-2 weeks in a row for Winners. 🤷♂️
Here’s what we’ve got:
Washington State + 4
Miami, Fla. + 3 1/2
Navy + 28 1/2
GT + 6 1/2 (buy to 7)
Iowa State – 7
Lines from @CaesarsSports this AM
See you after MNF. I’ll be the freckly/Hellboy/Deadpool lookin’ guy
— Scott Van Pelt (@notthefakeSVP) October 23, 2021
SVP’s winners were still 4-2 in Week 7, despite being on vacation.
- Indiana +4.5 (Loss)
- Purdue +11.5 (Win)
- Northwestern +2 (Win)
- Missouri +10 (Loss)
- LSU +11.5 (Win)
- Auburn +5 (Win)
In Week 6, SVP’s winners were 4-2.
- Rutgers +5.5 (Loss)
- Boise State +6 (Win)
- Utah +3 (Win)
- Syracuse +6 (Win)
- Nebraska +3.5 (Win)
- Auburn +15.5 (Loss)
SVP’s winners picks went 3-4-1 in Week 5.
- Utah State +8.5 (Loss)
- Indiana +12.5 (Loss)
- Colorado +7.5 (Loss)
- Stanford +8 (Win)
- Georgia -18 (Win)
- Florida State -4.5 (Loss)
- Kentucky +7.5 (Win)
- TCU +5 (Push)
For Week 4, SVP’s winners record was 2-5 as he struggled.
- Miami (OH) +8.5 (Loss)
- Florida State +1.5 (Loss)
- Baylor +7 (Win)
- Nebraska +5 (Win)
- Kent State +14.5 (Loss)
- South Carolina +5 (Loss)
- Oklahoma -17 (Loss)
In Week 3, SVP’s CFB picks went 4-4 in.
- Illinois +7.5 (Win)
- Indiana (+3.5 (Loss)
- Florida +14.5 (Win)
- Memphis +3 (Win)
- Purdue +7 (Loss)
- Colorado State +14.5 (Win)
- Vanderbilt +12 (Loss)
- Tulane +14 (Loss)
SVP’s betting picks were 4-4 in Week 2.
- Colorado +17 (Win)
- Rice +9 (Loss)
- Arkansas State +5.5 (Win)
- Arkansas +7 (Win)
- Missouri +5.5 (Loss)
- Appalachian State +9 (Win)
- Washington +7 (Loss)
- East Carolina +2 (Loss)
SVP went 4-1 in Week 1 to start the season.
- VT +5.5 (Win)
- Penn State +5.5 (Win)
- Louisiana Lafayette +9 (Loss)
- UTSA +5 (Win)
- Florida State +7 (Win)
SVP winners betting history
CFB betting record in 2021: 28-25-1.
NFL betting record last year: 15-12.
CFB betting record last year: 27-27-1.
All time, SVP is 334-319-11 after last week.
What are the best Week 9 college football odds?
Getting the best odds is one of the pillars of legal sports betting, as it can help you become a more successful sports bettor. Let’s take a look at the best odds for Week 9 in college football. In the table below, get access to the best odds from various legal sportsbooks in the state of your choice. Use this chart to make sure you get the best price to maximize your ROI.[metabet_core_odds_board league=”ncaaf” site_id=”actionrush” hide_consensus=”yes” hide_location=”yes”]
Want to find out who the public is betting on in college football? Check out our CFB public betting consensus, here.
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