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It’s the end of the college football regular season, and while the Notre Dame Fighting Irish started off the season a little bit shakily, it seems like they took a little blue pill and hardened up for the rest of the season, and they’ve won five straight games propelling them to an overall record of 8-3. They’ll travel to the West Coast this weekend to face off against USC, who, under Lincoln Riley’s rookie leadership, have propelled themselves to a 10-1 record and are in the hunt for an appearance in the College Football playoffs, which could be made possible by a win against Notre Dame in the final game of their regular season. USC is ranked number five in the country as of right now, so a loss to the number thirteen ranked Notre Dame can’t happen if they want to crack the CFP.

As of right now, Vegas has the line set at -4.5 in favor of the USC Trojans. Notre Dame is red-hot, though. They’ve put up 35 points or more in the five games in a row that they’ve won, and aside from blowing it against Marshall early on, they haven’t made many mistakes since. USC’s one loss came in a 43-42 defeat against Utah, which shows that if Notre Dame can put up big points (which they’ve been doing), they’re more than capable of taking down USC. It’s a big game, and Notre Dame is trending on all the right waves to take down USC, so take the Notre Dame money-line to get your free $150 from DraftKings!

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