College Football Week 13 - Pick Recap

We were .5 points away from a perfect weekend. Air Force let UNM get a two point conversion late to blow our perfect weekend. Regardless, we went a just stupid 7-1 for +7.8 units. The last three weeks we are a blistering 18-5 for +21.2 units...you can't make that up, the heater is on! Don't miss out on the last few weeks and bowl season with us. Grab a discounted package now. 

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Week 13 pick grid and write ups below:

 *Friday Night

Colorado State at Wyoming (-6.5) - Win

I’m sure it’s not a surprise we are opposite of the Rams once again. Colorado State has struggled against the run all year and Wyoming thrives on the ground. We like the mismatch and Wyoming at home where they have yet to lose this year. We are backing the home favorites as they will win by 10+.

 

Air Force (-22.5) at New Mexico - Loss

It only took a 99-yard pick six for the Falcons to cover against Colorado State last Saturday, but a win is a win. This week, we hope this game is over before it started. The 8-2 Falcons should dominate the Lobos in every facet of the game. This a rescheduled game as the original date was postponed due to a death of a New Mexico player. Our model likes a blow-out and we have no reason to say otherwise. Lay the points on Air Force.

 

Minnesota (-13.5) at Northwestern - WIN

The Gophers took a week off from rowing the boat as the Iowa Hawkeyes handed PJ Fleck’s team their first loss of the season. However, if we know the type of Coach Fleck is, his team will be geared up and ready to get back to rowing this week against one of the Big Ten’s worst teams. This will easily be a 3+ td game and we will gladly lay under 2-tds.

 

Oklahoma State (-5.5) at West Virginia - WIN

This game will feature one of the nations best running backs versus two of the best defensive linemen. Oklahoma State’s running back, Chuba Hubbard, has been dominant this year. He is averaging 173 yards per game. On the opposite side, the Mountaineers have Darius and Donte Stills. The two brothers have combined for 13 sacks this year. We value all games the same with an expected outcome of 58%, but this game seems completely off. Our model likes the Cowboys as 21-point favorites and for this to be under a touchdown is ludicrous. We are all over the Cowboys and laying the points in favor of the road favorite.

 

 


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