There are lots of stories because the mass of this week's 11 college football field is playing on Saturday. Take…
There are lots of stories because the mass of this week’s 11 college football field is playing on Saturday. Take Notre Dame vs. Florida State, with one team on the College Football Playoff course and the other one fights. But the news broke Thursday to fight Irish start quarterback Ian Book suffered a rib injury to Northwestern and will not play on Saturday. As a result, Notre Dame has fallen from 1
7.5-point favorites to 16.5 in the last week’s college’s soccer odds. Meanwhile, Texas vs Texas Tech has one of the toughest college football spreads this week. Red Raiders are just two-point home dogs in a Big 12 battle. With college football odds and lines moving as a kickoff approach, you should see what the SportsLine Projection model has to say before doing any weekend in football and forecasting.
The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college football match 10,000 times and those who have followed it have seen massive returns. Over the last three years, this proprietary computer model has generated a jaw-dropping $ 4,210 win for $ 100 bettors on its top ranked scoring spread.
And in week 10, it spotted it’s definitely the biggest game of the season, recommended Crimson Tide to the spread (-14), on the cash line (-588) and hit the Alabama 29-0 blowout of LSU. It also spiked its top rated Auburn (-3.5) over Texas A & M, helping the model finish the weekend at a strong 7-3 run on all top ranked choices. The one who has followed it is the way up.
Now it has simulated every single game in week 11 and its college football forecasts are in.
One of the week’s 11 college football selects the model recommends: No. 1 Alabama (-23.5) continues not only to win but also exceeds odds makers expectations, as it covers No. 18 Mississippi State.
Even against lines that regularly exceed three or four touchdowns, Alabama is 6-3 against the spread this season. Early action has already pushed this line two points in favor or Alabama, but the model is still behind the tide. One week after completely blanking LSU, the Alabama Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald limits to less than 200m of total crimes to cover nearly 60 percent of the simulations.
Another of the week’s college football selects the model. Georgia Tech is home to Miami as a three-point favorite.
What started as a season with College Football Playoff opportunities has become a nightmare for hurricanes. They have lost three straight in ACC and their hopes of winning a conference title seem to have disappeared. In fact, “The U” is now two full games behind Pittsburgh in the Coastal Division.
Towards tough Boston College on the way two weeks ago, Miami gave up 223 yards to the ground and several points. It’s not right for their ability to defend Georgia Tech’s triple attack on Saturday. The model says that Yellow Jackets covers almost 60 percent of the time. You can also reverse (55.5), which hits 55 percent of the simulations.
The model has also called the big ACC showdown between No. 2 Clemson and No. 22 Boston College and projecting a top College Football Playoff contestant to get a huge horror.
So what college football choose you can do with confidence for week 11? And what playoff competitor will be a big horror? Check out the latest football odds during week 11 below and then visit SportsLine to see which teams win more than 50 percent of simulations, ranging from a proven computer model that has returned over $ 4,000 in profit over the last three seasons.
Ole Miss at Texas A & M (-13, 67.5)
Navy at Central Florida (-24.5, 64.5)
TCU in West Virginia (-11.5, 55 , 5)
Wisconsin at Penn State (-8.53)
Vanderbilt in Missouri (-16,63)
South Carolina, Florida (-6.5, 54)
Ohio State at Michigan State (+4, 48)
Rutgers (+37.5, 47.5)
Kentucky at Tennessee (+5.41)
Baylor in Iowa State (-16.5, 51)
] Oklahoma State in Oklahoma (-21.5.80)
Washington State at Colorado (+6.5, 62)
Mississippi State at Alabama (-23 , 5, 52)
Oregon at Utah (-4.55.5)
South Florida at Cincinnati (-14.55)
Auburn, Georgia (-13.5, 52.5)
Texas at Texas Tech (+2, 62)
LSU in Arkansas (+12, 48.5)
Florida State at Notre Dame (-16.5, 51)
Clemson at Boston College (+ 18.5, 55)
Oregon State at Stanford (-24, 61.5)
California in Southern California (-4, 45.5)