College Football Picks
Between the dominance shown by the LSU and the fact that they won this very same matchup by 20 points with most of the same players last year, it’s surprising to see the SEC Championship game come out with an opening line of the Tigers only being favored by 7 points. Check out Jay’s take on how he thinks the game will play out!
The Ohio State Buckeyes have been an absolute machine with regards to covering point spreads this season. Bettors have prospered huge, cashing 75% of their bets (9-3 ATS when backing OSU. The Big Ten Championship game opened up with a 16.5 spread. With 17 being a key number (common final score margin) in college football, bookies are banking on the Badger covering/getting the money.
While “The Game” gets much buzz in the middle of the country, Michigan has only beaten Ohio State twice since 2000 and Jim Harbaugh is 0-4 since coming to Ann Arbor. Can Big Blue turn it around or will Harbaugh move to 0-5? Ted thinks one of these teams covers easily and wins by 20+!
UCF has won four of their last five games, but appear to be overvalued going just 1-4 versus the spread. They take on USF who has had a disastrous recording only four wins on the campaign. Can the Bulls come up with a big effort to end their season on a positive note?
With all the talk of an LSU Tigers undefeated season, bettors have stars in their eyes and tend to get sucked into the media yayhoo and lose track of the fact that TAMU is a formdiable opponent who isn’t going to just lay down. The 17 in college football is a key number believe it or not, which is another indication that the sportsbooks love their position with the Aggies.
At first glance, this game appears to be somewhat of a crapshoot with regards to the point spread. After diving into the numbers, it becomes very apparent that the Cowboys are seriously overmatched. Yeah, anything can happen in rivarly games, but not this one!
With 13 weeks of college football behind us, we have somewhat of an advantage in that we have lots of data to go off of to help us predict winners. In the case of Notre Dame vs. Stanford, one team is clearly playing for something and the other has folded up their tent and gone home. Stanford at 4-7 straight up and 3-8 against the spread simply isn’t getting it done. Look for ND to put their foot on the pedal here with hopes of being selected for the best possible bowl game.
For the first time in a long time, the Paul Bunyan’s Axe rivalry between the Wisconsin Badgers and Minnesota Golden Gophers has meaning! The Golden Gophers have done a complete 180, posting a 10-1 record (straight up) and 7-3-1 ATS. College football bookies put out a sneaky +2 line and to my surprise, the public didn’t bite, as 59% are backing Minnesota! Check out Ted’s prediction for this game before placing your bet!
The Texas Longhorns are one of the biggest letdowns in college football over the past decade. Texas Tech has suffered four losses by three points or less. Expect more of the same this week as this Big 12 dud should stay close throughout, with UT letting down bettors once again!
Can the Cougars upset the apple cart and take this year’s contest? The Huskies have won the last six Apple Cups and are a -6.5 point favorite this time around to make it seven. CFB handicapper Wilson looks at a couple interesting angles on this match. Read on to get his thoughts and suggested point spread wager.
The Egg Bowl goes on Thursday night with of course the Rebels battling the Bulldogs at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Mississippi. This home team doesn’t have an edge in recent contests with the visitor not only covering but winning outright in the last four meetings. Does that make the Ole Miss the play getting -2.5 points?
The Clean, Old Fashioned Hate rivarly isn’t much of a rivalry these days as the Dawgs of Georgia roll into this one as a massive four score favorite. Will they spray the Yellow Jackets dead or will they come out flat in a potential look ahead game with LSU on their minds? Keith gives his college ATS prediction here!
Seeing the Alabama Crimson Tide ranked 5th is somewhat baffling. The oddsmakers appear to be confused as well, as this is a bad matchup for the Tigers as their offense is sure to struggle vs. the Tide D. Get Jay’s Iron Bowl betting prediction before placing your wagers on this Week 14 SEC clash!
The third ranked Clemson Tigers have been a money making machine at 8-3 against the spread. While they’ve beaten the Gamecocks five straight times, USC is 7-3 ATS in the last ten matchups, including 5-1 ATS at home. Get Jay’s take before making your Week 14 college football picks!
The NIU Huskies are beat up. Dan thinks if they couldn’t get it done last week, they surely won’t be able to compete vs. a WMU team playing good football with momentum. Get his full take on this Week 14 Tuesday Night MAC-tion right here!
The Purdue Boilermakers are down to their third string QB and have lost 25 straight road games to ranked opponents. The question isn’t can the Badgers win this game, it’s “by how many.” Ted gives his point spread prediction for this bug-meets-windshield Saturday matchup.
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