The best NCAAF sportsbooks favor Our Lady of the Lake when the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Duke Blue Devils play on Sunday in FBS college football action at Wallace Wade Stadium. Notre Dame is coming off a matchup with Ohio State.
In that game, the Irish suffered a tough loss by three points. Duke is coming off a game with UConn during the weekend. The Blue Devils went on to get a dominant victory. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have gone 9-0 SU and ATS in their past nine games playing against an ACC opponent.
The Fighting Irish will be looking to prolong their winning streak with a win over the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday night in Durham. Notre Dame has gone 12-2 SU and 11-3 ATS in its past 14 away games. That includes a 9-0 SU and 7-2 ATS record as road chalk at the best online sportsbooks.
The Blue Devils have gone 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS in their past six games with two SU upsets as a dog in that period. The OVER has gone 10-2 in Notre Dame’s past 12 college football games.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Duke Blue Devils Odds By Betus
|Notre Dame||-5½ -110||52½ -110||-210|
|Duke||+5½ -110||52½ -110||+175|
Betting Notre Dame Fighting Iris
The Fighting Irish were this close away pulling off the upset as a three-point underdog at home versus the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday. What actually happened was that Ohio State scored a TD on the final play of the game.
They handed Notre Dame a 17-14 loss. Before the loss, Notre Dame had gone 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS in its prior five games. They had scored at least 41 points in each of those five wins. Sam Hartman threw 17-for-25 with 175 passing yards through the air, one TD pass, and no picks against the Buckeyes.
Hartman has been completing 70.4 percent of his passes this year. He has logged 1,236 passing yards through the air as well as a 14-to-0 touchdown-to-interception ratio in the 2023 season.
Notre Dame has been the winner in each of its past 12 games on the road playing against an opponent from the Atlantic Coast Conference. Fighting Irish have covered the best sportsbooks’ point spread in each of its past nine games playing as a favorite against an AP-ranked team.
Notre Dame has won the 1st half in each of its past ten games playing against an opponent from the Atlantic Coast Conference. Notre Dame has won the 1st quarter in each of its past three games playing against an opponent from the Atlantic Coast Conference. Eight of Notre Dame’s past nine games playing as the favorite have gone OVER the total points line.
Betting Duke Blue Devils
Duke got off to a 27-0 lead by the halftime break. They breezed to a 41-7 win against the Connecticut Huskies on Saturday. They were a 22-point road favorite according to the best sportsbooks.
Riley Leonard threw 23-for-34 with 248 passing yards through the air and one passing TD plus 30 rushing yards on the ground and one rushing touchdown on four carries. The Blue Devils are ranking 16th in the country in total defense.
They allow 276.3 total yards per game. They are tied for fourth place in scoring defense. Also, they have been allowing just 8.8 points per game. They have gone on to win their first four games by an average winning margin of 28.5 points per game. That includes a 28-7 win as a 12-point home underdog in their season-opening game against Clemson.
Duke has been the winner in each of its past eight games playing against a non-conference opponent at Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium. Blue Devils have covered the point spread in seven of its past eight games.
Duke has won the 1st quarter in five of its past six games playing against a non-conference opponent at Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium. Duke has won the 1st half in 27 of its last 29 games playing against a non-conference opponent at Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium. Each of Duke’s past 11 games playing against an AP-ranked team has gone UNDER the total points line.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs.Duke Blue Devils
We’re going to take a chance on Notre Dame. The Irish had 351 total yards (175 yards passing) and 22 first downs versus a game Ohio State team last weekend. They took good care of the ball with 34:59 in time of possession, 4 penalties (for 50 yards), and no TOs.