America loves a good underdog story. America also loves a quick buck. This weekly blog post gives you both. I will bring you three weekly double digit underdogs that’ll deliver in the pocket book. All lines used for the purpose of this post will be from Vegasinsider.com.

Week 5 finally got me back on track. Everything went as planned. I was able to go a perfect 3-0 for  the week. This brings my season record to 7-8. Fade Dennis season has officially ended. You’ll want to pay attention to my week 6 picks. Also, for my fellow Hoosiers, online sports betting is now live in Indiana so there’s no reason to not turn this picks into change in your pocket.

Massachusetts @ Florida InternationalUmass

Who I like: Massachusetts

Why: Neither team has been dominate all year. Sure, FIU is playing at home, but they’re only averaging 19 points a game this season while the Minutemen are averaging 24 points a game. I have a hard time believing the Golden Panthers find themselves this week and put a 25 point beating on Umass.

Confidence Rating (1-10): 6

Texas @ West Virginatexas wv

Who I like: West Virginia

Why: The Longhorns head into Morgantown as a favorite this week to take on the Mountaineers. West Virginia is 3-1 this year overall and against the spread. They’re averaging 31 points a game this year when playing at Milan Puskar Stadium. West Virginia not only covers, they win this game.

Confidence Rating (1-10): 9

Bowling Green @ #9 Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Who I like: Bowling Green

Why: Notre Dame is still trying to get over their week 4 loss to Georiga in a game that everyone had circled on their calendar since the college football schedules were released. Sure, they’ll waltz back on over to the win column this week, but it’ll be hard to get amp’d up this week. Bowling Green has been anything, but great this year, but that won’t matter. They’re playing in Notre Dame stadium. This dog barks. This is a lock.

Confidence Rating (1-10): 10

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