Week 11 College Football Picks Against the Spread

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Week 11 College Football Picks Against the Spread gives the opportunity to gain traction. The feel I had last season did not carry over like I had hoped. However there is still plenty of time to find some winners and make money down the stretch.

This week features a ton of value to be found in the SEC. The Alabama and LSU clash went according to plan a week ago. There is almost always a hangover effect for both teams after that game. Let’s take advantage of inflated lines and pick some winners!

>Season Total 24-26-0
>Upset Alert 1-9

Florida Gators -7.5 at South Carolina Gamecocks

This is a great spot for the Florida Gators. The line opened up with the Gators being a 10 point favorite and has been bet down to -7.5. This feels like a massive overreaction to last week poor performance against Vanderbilt a week ago. This Gators team will rebound in a big way this week. Their defense is loaded and will live in the Gamecock backfield. Brandon Wilds will be kept in check and this will force Perry Orth to beat them throwing the ball. Kelvin Taylor should run wild and help open the Gator pass attack. I expect the Gators to cover 7.5 with ease winning it going away.

Mississippi State Bulldogs +8 vs Alabama Crimson Tide

It’s hard to get in front of the juggernaut that is Alabama Football but this is the week to do so. Alabama has failed each of the last four season following the game against LSU. 3 of the 4 games in that span were against these very same Bulldogs. This is the same spot where Alabama knocked off then number 1 ranked Mississippi State a season ago. I think Dak Prescott and company can do enough to keep this game close at home even against a very talented Crimson Tide defense. Derrick Henry will shoulder much of the load for the tide this week for Alabama, helping to keep this game tight and low scoring.

Oregon Ducks at Stanford Cardinal Over 69

There is going to be a ton of points scored in this game Saturday night. Stanford is a legit National Championship contender led by Christian McCaffery who deserves to have more Heisman Trophy buzz. They face a Oregon defense that is hot garbage. They gave up 742 yards to Arizona State a couple weeks ago. I expect the Cardinal to put up a ton of points here. I think the Oregon offense can keep this week even on the road. Vernon Adams seem to finally be healthy and Darren Carrington and Braylon Addison have been balling out! I think the Ducks can cover the 10 point spread that feels 2 or 3 points too high but the over feels much safer. A Ducks +10 and over 69 parlay seems like a risk worth taking if you are so inclined.

Memphis Tigers at Houston Cougars Over 71

In what could be the most exciting game on Saturday, the American Athletic Conference’s two best teams take the field. The game is headlined by two quarterbacks, Paxton Lynch and Greg Ward who may be the two most exciting quarterbacks most people do not know about. Both teams are averaging over 44 points per game. The Tigers put up 37 against the vaunted Ole Miss defense. This game has shoot out written all over it. Take the over and enjoy the ride.

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**Upset Alert**

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Arkansas Razorbacks +7.5 at LSU Tigers

The LSU Tigers return home after their disappointing performance against Alabama a week ago. They are in an interesting spot. They welcome a Arkansas team that can be had on the ground and they have the best running back in the country to take advantage of that weakness in Leonard Fournette. The Razorbacks come into this game off of an incredible win a week ago including converting a 4th and 25 in the final seconds to force overtime. Brandon Allen is likely the best quarterback in the SEC. He should be able to do enough to keep this game close. Last season in this same spot Arkansas won 17-0 against LSU. The Tigers went into that game after a overtime heartbreaker to Alabama. I don’t think the Razorbacks will dominate like that but i think they will win.

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