Pick against us, win money. Rinse. Repeat. 3-7 last week. Overall record: 36-52-2.
Baylor at Kansas (UNDER 61.5), Noon ET: Kansas’ offense, as you know, is dreadful. Baylor is dealing with a lot of injuries and looking for the first win of 2017. The Bears win this game, but it’s not going to be pretty to watch.
Wisconsin at Indiana (+13.5), Noon ET: Indiana has given Ohio State and Michigan scares at home; there’s no reason the Hoosiers can’t do the same to a Wisconsin team that hasn’t been blowing people out. And given where the Badgers are in the College Football Playoff rankings, they need to start doing that right away.
Syracuse (+5.5) at Florida State, 12:20 p.m. ET: Is this the game that determines if Florida State will play Louisiana-Monroe on Dec. 2? The bowl math is much easier for the Seminoles with a win on Saturday. Lose to Syracuse and FSU drops to 2-6, meaning the Seminoles have to beat Clemson (and everyone else) to get a shot at a bowl.
Stanford at Washington State (UNDER 55), 3:30 p.m. ET: We’re going to go ahead and guess that Stanford running back Bryce Love doesn’t play on Saturday. If he does, we’re not confident in this pick at all.
South Carolina at Georgia (OVER 44.5), 3:30 p.m. ET: South Carolina is miles better than Florida and the Gamecocks should be able to score more than a garbage-time touchdown against the Bulldogs. And Georgia’s offense should keep rolling. So take the under.
Northwestern (+1) at Nebraska, 3:30 p.m. ET: Northwestern’s fresh off two big wins at home against Iowa and Michigan State. Nebraska got a key road win at Purdue in Week 9. The winner of this game has the inside track on second in the Big Ten West. And if it’s Northwestern, a 9-3 season for the Wildcats suddenly looks feasible.
Oklahoma (+3) at Oklahoma State, 4 p.m. ET: We think Oklahoma wins outright, so we might as well take the points with them. Oklahoma State’s pass game has been a tad out of sync over the last couple weeks and its defense has thrived on interceptions. Well, Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield has only thrown three interceptions all season.
Minnesota at Michigan (OVER 41), 7:30 p.m. ET: With quarterback Brandon Peters likely to start for Michigan, will the Wolverines’ offense finally get going? It looked better with Peters at QB in the second half against Rutgers. If that’s not a fluke, this over should be attainable.
Virginia Tech (-2.5) at Miami, 8 p.m. ET: The undefeated Hurricanes aren’t favored because of their inability to put teams away over the past month. The winner of the game is the favorite in the ACC’s Coastal and we like Virginia Tech to attain that status. The Hokies’ offense has been more consistent since Miami lost running back Mark Walton.
LSU (+21) at Alabama, 8 p.m. ET: CBS hasn’t had much luck with its SEC games this season. With the exception of Florida’s win over Tennessee, every other game has been a blowout. And the two games on the network in Week 10 have three-touchdown spreads. Alabama wins easily, but LSU should make this somewhat respectable.
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