Pat McAfee had a solid weekend of football betting.
The FanDuel personality usually makes a large slate of NFL picks, as well as a few college football selections.
That wasn’t the case this week.
McAfee didn’t make any NFL picks this time around, so his three college picks were his only selections.
Two of those picks hit, so McAfee went 2-1 for the weekend in gambling.
PlayIndiana is keeping track of Pat’s Picks all season long, so check back in every week to see how things are going.
Pat McAfee college football picks
McAfee releases his college football picks during his guest appearances on College GameDay.
His 2-1 weekend kept his college betting record in the green. McAfee is now 9-6 for the year with his college picks.
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— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) October 10, 2020
Missouri Tigers vs. LSU Tigers
Pat’s Pick: Missouri +14.5
Final Score: Missouri 45, LSU 41
Did Pat Win? Yes
Miami Hurricanes vs. Clemson Tigers
Pat’s Pick: Miami +15.5
Final Score: Clemson 42, Miami 17
Did Pat Win? No
Ole Miss Rebels vs. Alabama Crimson Tide
Pat’s Pick: Over 68.5
“The reason why is because Sarkisian and this Alabama offense. They have all this motion that lets Mac Jones decide whether or not it’s man to man or it’s a zone coverage, and if it’s man to man, ain’t nobody [sic] that can keep up with Waddle who’s faster than Usain Bolt. And if it’s zone, Mac Jones is smart enough to be able to pick out what route concept he likes. Lane Kiffin’s going to score some points, even though there is a torrential downpour coming to the Sipp.”
Final Score: Alabama 63, Ole Miss 48
Did Pat Win? Yes
Pat McAfee’s sports betting record
The NFL is where McAfee has really found his betting success this year.
That makes sense, since the former Indianapolis Colts punter obviously has a lot more experience in the NFL world.
With Pat’s Picks from the weekend in tow, McAfee’s combined NFL and college betting record is now 19-12.
That’s still a handful of games in the positive, but it’s still relatively early in the football calendar.
This was the second week in a row without a big slate of NFL picks for McAfee.
A full NFL slate could help pad his stats for the year if things go well, or a bad week could end up tanking his record.
The NFL Week 6 schedule could end up being an important one for McAfee.
There’s no way to know how things will shake out until the next set of picks come in, so check back with PlayIndiana next week to see how things went.