Big Al's Daily Angle: MLB, CFL, Boxing and NCAAF Previews and Odds - 10/09/2021

by Alec McMordie

The Saturday sports card features action in NCAAF, MLB, CFL, and Boxing.

The third heavyweight title fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder takes place on pay-per-view at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The start time is between 11 PM ET and midnight. Fury is a -295 money line favorite, and Wilder is priced as a +235 money line underdog (all odds from DraftKings). The total is 7.5 rounds. 

Week 6 of the college football season concludes with 46 games between FBS opponents. Twelve games kickoff the card from noon to 3 PM ET. Six games are on national television at noon. Oklahoma plays Texas at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas in the Red River Rivalry on ABC. The Sooners are a 3.5-point favorite with an over/under of 63.5. Ohio State hosts Maryland on Fox as a 21-point favorite with a total of 71. Mississippi plays at home against Arkansas on ESPN as a 5.5-point favorite with an over/under of 67. Tennessee is at home against South Carolina on ESPN2 as a 10.5-point favorite with a total of 57. Baylor hosts West Virginia on FS1 as a 2.5-point favorite with an over/under of 43.5. Toledo plays at home against Northern Illinois as a 12.5-point favorite with a total of 52. 

Seventeen games start from 3:30 PM ET to 6 PM ET. Seven games are on national television at 3:30 PM ET. Georgia visits Auburn on CBS as a 14.5-point road favorite with an over/under of 46. BYU is at home against Boise State on ABC as a 6-point favorite with a total of 58. North Carolina hosts Florida State on ESPN as a 17-point favorite with an over/under of 64.5. Wake Forest travels to Syracuse as a 6-point road favorite with a total of 59. Colorado State plays at home against San Jose State on FS1 as a 2.5-point favorite with an over/under of 44.5. SMU plays at Navy on the CBS Sports Network as a 13.5-point road favorite with a total of 56. Western Michigan is at home against Ball State on ESPNU as a 12-point favored with an over/under of 57.5. Iowa hosts Penn State on Fox as a 1.5-point favorite with a total of 40.5. 

Seventeen games close out the Saturday evening card in NCAAF. Three games are on national television at 7 PM ET. TCU travels to Texas Tech on ESPN as a 2.5-point road favorite with an over/under of 61. Kent State plays at home against Buffalo on ESPNU as a 6-point favorite with a total of 65. Air Force hosts Wyoming on the CBS Sports Network as a 5-point favorite with an over/under of 47.5. Michigan visits Nebraska on ABC as a 2.5-point road favorite with a total of 50. Two games are on national television at 8 PM ET. Alabama plays at Texas A&M on CBS as an 18-point road favorite with an over/under of 50.5. USC is at home against Utah on Fox as a 3-point favorite with a total of 53. Two games start at 9 PM ET. Tulsa plays at home against Memphis on ESPN2 as a 3-point favorite with an over/under of 61. San Diego State hosts New Mexico on FS1 as a 19.5-point favorite with a total of 42.5. Two games complete the card at 10:30 PM ET. Nevada plays at home against New Mexico State on the CBS Sports Network as a 29-point favorite with an over/under of 63.5. UCLA is at Arizona on ESPN as a 16-point road favorite with a total of 60.5. 

The MLB playoffs continue with both second games in the NLDS on TBS. Milwaukee hosts Atlanta at 5:07 PM ET. The Brewers won Game 1 by a 2-1 score on Friday. Brandon Woodruff is their starting pitcher today against the Braves Max Fried. Milwaukee is a -130 money line favorite with an over/under of 7.5. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers play at San Francisco at 9:07 PM ET. The Giants took the first game of this best-of-five series by a 4-0 score yesterday. San Francisco pitches Kevin Gausman against the Dodgers’ Julio Urias. Los Angeles is a -115 money line favorite with a total of 7. 

Week 10 in the Canadian Football League continues with Saskatchewan hosting Calgary on ESPN+ at 7 PM ET. The Roughriders are a 4-point favorite with an over/under of 44.5. 

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