There is no more storied rivalry in college football Army vs. Navy and the rivals usually play in Philadelphia every season, but this year’s game was moved to Army’s on-campus location at West Point due to COVID-19. The game was moved due to attendance limits in the state of Pennsylvania that won’t allow the Brigade of Midshipmen and the Corps of Cadets to attend the game. Army is a TD favorite on the NCAAF odds and both will be wearing spectacular uniforms.
We are now just a little over a week away from the Conference Championship Games and hearing who the final four will be. Before we get to that point, though, there are still some games to be played, which brings us to Week 15 of the college football season. Even with games being postponed, there are still a lot of games to choose from. We have our usual slate of parlay tickets set to go, so let’s jump right into our picks for the week and then you can go ahead to make your bets against their NCAAF odds.
With the postponement of the game between Ohio State and Michigan this weekend, we are now looking at a situation that might create a ripple effect across all of college football. The Buckeyes will not be able to meet the 6-game minimum requirement to appear in the Big Ten Conference Championship Game, which could well mean that they also drop out of the top 4 in the national rankings. Word has it that the conference may decide to drop that minimum this year, but we shall wait to see. It is still going to take some time to figure all of this out, but it does mean that we have a few games this weekend that take on a whole new level of importance. Those games will be included in our list of must watch matchups for Week 15 of the college football season. Let’s jump right into action so you can keep betting against our NCAAF odds.
College Football has seen it’s fair share of straight up underdog upsets this season. Although not every game below is a moneyline upset, there are enough for football handicappers to make a few dollars. When it comes to underdogs, a single upset SU victory can make the week. Check out 10 SU picks where either the underdog has a shot to win outright or the favorite offers fair NCAAF odds.
Unbeaten Colorado is one of the biggest surprises in the country, and the Buffs would win the Pac-12 South Division with a victory on Saturday vs. Utah and a loss by Southern Cal later Saturday vs. UCLA. Colorado is a slight favorite on the NCAAF odds vs. the Utes. Note: This game was moved from Friday night to early Saturday.
Just one Power 5 Conference game on Thursday around college football this week – of course, there’s always the chance it could get canceled – as Pittsburgh concludes its regular season with a trip to Atlanta to face Georgia Tech. The Panthers are just under TD favorites on the NCAAF lines.
The fourth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes will look to take another step toward potentially reaching the four-team College Football Playoffs when they hit the road to take on Big Ten rival Michigan State on Saturday. Now, with the Spartans fresh off a huge upset that ruined one title-hopeful teams’ playoff chances, let’s find out if the Spartans can make it two in a row by upsetting the Buckeyes. Let’s get right to it so you can make your bets against their NCAAF odds.
The fifth-ranked Texas A&M Aggies will look to keep their College Football Playoff hopes alive when they hit the road to take on the 22nd-ranked Auburn Tigers in a meaningful Week 14 SEC showdown. With the Aggies in good shape while waiting for another Top 5 team to slip up and the Tigers looking to bounce back from a humbling loss last weekend, let’s find out which team is offering the best value against their NCAAF odds in this affair.
Top-ranked Alabama was originally to play Arkansas this week, but the SEC made some schedule changes that instead has the Tide renewing their rivalry with LSU, a game that was postponed from a couple of weeks ago. Bama is a huge favorite on the NCAAF odds and would reach the SEC title game with a victory.
There are some very familiar faces sitting in the top 4 spots right now in college football, but whether it stays that way remains to be seen. We have Alabama, Notre Dame, Clemson, and Ohio State filling the top 4 spots, but it is the Buckeyes who perhaps remain in the most peril. They are set to face Michigan State this weekend, but if that game gets postponed, they will only be able to get in a total of 5 games this season. Can they stay at #4 if a team behind them is unbeaten or has just 1 loss on the season through 9 or 10 games? We will need to wait and see how it all plays out, but for now, let’s take a look at some of the best games on the Week 14 schedule so you can continue betting against their NCAAF odds.
For many teams, Week 14 will serve as the final week of the regular season. With the staggered start among the Power 5 conferences, that means that a couple of teams might need to sweat out the next few weeks to see of the Playoff Committee deems them worthy of a top 4 spot. That said, those teams could basically put themselves in a position where it would be impossible to leave them out, with Alabama and Notre Dame at the top of that list. For now, we are going to focus on Week 14 and our parlay picks for the coming weekend so you can make your bets against their NCAAF odds.
As the calendar flips over into the month of December, it’s time to take a serious look at the current standings in college football and wonder of the top 4 as it is now will be the same once all is said and done. There are a few teams sitting outside who will feel that they belong, but who will almost certainly miss out. This will certainly prove to be one of the more controversial decisions that the College Football Playoff Committee will have made to this point, as there are always going to be questions about who deserves to be in and who doesn’t after one of the strangest seasons we have ever seen. We will still need to wait a few weeks before we get to see the eventual final four, so for now, let’s focus on our O/U picks for Week 14 so you can bet against their NCAAF odds.
The fifth-ranked Texas A&M Aggies will look to give their College Football Playoff hopes a big boost when they host SEC rival LSU in their Week 13 clash on Saturday. With the Aggies taking to the field for the first time in three weeks and the Tigers looking for the huge upset, let’s find out where the best betting value lies in this Week 13 affair so you can make your bets against their NCAAF odds.
Unbeaten Ohio State was expected to be No. 2 or No. 3 in the first College Football Rankings Top 25, but the Buckeyes came in at fourth. Doesn’t much matter, though, as long as OSU wins out. The Nuts are big favorites Saturday at a bad Illinois team. There’s a chance this could be canceled due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the Buckeyes.
In a bit of a surprise, one-loss Clemson wasn’t fourth in the first College Football Playoff rankings out earlier this week but third. The Tigers can take another step toward a spot in the ACC title game by taking care of visiting Pittsburgh on Saturday with Clemson a huge favorite on the NCAAF lines.
Sixth-ranked Florida can’t quite clinch the SEC East Division title on Saturday with a win over struggling Kentucky, but the Gators can get right on the doorstep with a victory and they are heavy favorites on the NCAAF odds. There’s decent chance this game is postponed/canceled, though.
Arguably the best rivalry in college football is renewed on Saturday in the Iron Bowl as No. 22 Auburn looks to knock top-ranked Alabama from the ranks of the unbeaten, but the Crimson Tide are heavy favorites on the NCAAF odds even though coach Nick Saban is out after testing positive for COVID-19.