College Football Over Under Totals Week 4: Biggest NCAAF Over Unders This Week

The 2023 college football season rumbles on with another jam-packed slate of games on tap for Week 4.

Here are the highest Over/Under Totals in this week’s college football odds at BetMGM, ranked from highest to lowest.

College Football Week 4 Odds: Biggest Over Under Totals This Week

Rank Matchup Total
1 Colorado at Oregon O/U 71.5
2 SMU at TCU O/U 63.5
3 California at Washington O/U 62.5
4 Nevada at Texas State O/U 61.5
T5 Georgia State at Coastal Carolina O/U 60.5
T5 Oklahoma at Cincinnati O/U 60.5
T5 Georgia Tech at Wake Forest O/U 60.5
T8 Georgia Southern at Ball State O/U 58.5
T8 Arizona at Stanford O/U 58.5
T8 New Mexico State at Hawaii O/U 58.5

1. Colorado at Oregon (O/U 71.5)

Deion Sanders‘s first year in Boulder has been exciting for several reasons, chief among them being the Colorado Buffaloes’ superb offense averaging 41.3 PPG. Shedeur Sanders has been on fire, completing 78.7% of his passes for 1,251 yards and ten touchdowns with just a single interception. He’ll battle Bo Nix in an intriguing game with the highest total of any game on the board this weekend. 

2. SMU at TCU (O/U 63.5)

A year ago, these two schools combined for 76 points as the TCU Horned Frogs held on for a thrilling 42-34 win. Sonny Dykes‘s squad has to be feeling good offensively after averaging 39.7 PPG to start the year.

3. California at Washington (O/U 62.5)

Michael Penix Jr. leads the nation with 1,332 passing yards, averaging 11.8 yards per attempt. Kalen DeBoer‘s squad will look for another impressive offensive display at home in Week 4 against a California Golden Bears team averaging 441.3 total yards per game. 

4. Nevada at Texas State (O/U 61.5)

G.J. Kinne‘s high-powered Texas State Bobcats offense looks to stay hot after averaging 44.0 PPG through three games. It’ll be a clash of styles against Ken Wilson‘s Nevada Wolf Pack, averaging just 14.7 PPG while ranking 130th in scoring offense and scoring defense (43.3 PPG). 

T5. Georgia State at Coastal Carolina (O/U 60.5)

The first of three schools from the state of Georgia on this list, the Georgia State Panthers are expected to get into a Sun Belt shootout against the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. Shawn Elliott‘s squad has been prone to shootouts so far this year, averaging 462 total yards of offense on 6.9 yards per play but surrendering 400.7 total yards per game defensively on 5.8 yards per play. 

T5. Oklahoma at Cincinnati (O/U 60.5)

The Oklahoma Sooners have been downright embarrassing opposing defenses in non-conference play, averaging 55.7 PPG and 534 total yards of offense. Quarterback Dillon Gabriel is averaging 11.3 yards per attempt, completing 82.5% of his passes while notching 11 touchdowns with just a single interception. 

T5. Georgia Tech at Wake Forest (O/U 60.5)

Dave Clawson‘s Wake Forest Demon Deacons may be looking to work out some kinks after narrowly surviving a 27-24 victory over the Old Dominion Monarchs in Week 3. The offense has managed over 400 total yards in every game this season. This could be another high-flying game against a Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets team averaging 35 PPG on offense while surrendering 33.3 PPG on defense. 

T8. Georgia Southern at Ball State (O/U 58.5)

Clay Helton‘s Georgia Southern Eagles moved the ball well against the Wiscon Badgers’ defense a week ago, managing 455 total yards on 5.7 yards per play. They were hamstrung by committing six turnovers, although it’s still a testament to this high-powered offense that they were so effective on a per-play basis against a Big Ten defense. 

T8. Arizona at Stanford (O/U 58.5)

This could be a Pac-12 shootout, considering the Stanford Cardinal have had issues defensively, allowing 36.7 PPG. That’s bad news against an Arizona Wildcats team averaging 484.3 total yards per game on 7.7 yards per play. Jayden de Laura, Jacob Cowing, and Tetairoa McMillan headline one of the West Coast’s best offenses. 

T8. New Mexico State at Hawaii (O/U 58.5)

Stay up late, and you might be in for a treat as the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors and New Mexico State Aggies are expected to get into a little bit of a shootout. There’s nothing like an exciting late-night game to cap off a fun week of college football, and that’s what we could have here in the Week 4 finale.