Nine weeks after college football kicked off and two weeks after the Big Ten joined the ACC, Big 12, and SEC in playing an unconventional 2020 season, the Pac-12 becomes the final FBS conference to open their season when Arizona State meets USC in Los Angeles for the first-ever 9 a.m. local time game in conference history.
The Pac-12 is scheduled to play six regular-season games, the fewest conference and total games of any conference this season, and will do so while attempting to end a five-year playoff drought. With several unprecedented variables at play, should you bet on Pac-12 games in Week 10? Is there an opportunity as oddsmakers weight the public perception of their delayed start? Should you approach the games like typical Week 1 games?
This week on the High Motor podcast, betting expert Chase Kiddy breaks down the Pac-12’s return (along with Florida-Georgia and other Week 10 games). Listen below (or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and everywhere else):
Andrew Doughty hosts the High Motor podcast and covers college football and college basketball for HERO Sports. A Kansas (B.S. Sport Management) and Memphis grad (M.A. Journalism), Andrew is also a Junior Writer for Sports Illustrated and has published work on SB Nation and Bleacher Report.