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College Football Week 12 Picks 2016 (November 19th)

I've had a pretty horrible few weeks making picks from the College Football season, and I thought it was going to be more of the same when the North Carolina Tar Heels blew a 14-0 lead and were upset by the Duke Blue Devils.

Things quickly turned around on Saturday with the picks going 9-1 the rest of the way, but I have plenty of work to do to get this season back into the black. It was nice getting a chunk of the losses back, but I don't want to be looking for those weeks each week out now, but three winning weeks to end the regular season would get me close to being in the black before the Bowl Games begin.

It was a crazy week all around and I don't just mean because I finally had a winning week from the picks for the first time since Week 6!

The amount of top teams who were beaten last week was unbelievable with three of the top four defeated which has shaken up the Play Off picture. The committee have always said that the Champions of the Conferences will have a big edge over those that don't, but we are going to see that tested to the fullest this season.

If things play out as some expect, there is every chance Penn State and Wisconsin will compete for the Big Ten Championship and both have multiple losses this season. Neither would be considered better than Ohio State or Michigan but one of those teams could point to a Championship trophy which is going to put pressure on the committee to place them in the Play Offs.

More multiple loss Champions could come out of the Pac-12 where the Colorado Buffaloes and Washington State Cougars could potentially play for the Championship Game next month and it does make things interesting.

Is there a chance that the unbeaten Western Michigan Broncos would be invited in? They would have to win the MAC Championship Game while remaining unbeaten but it isn't completely out of the question, while another potential team could be the Oklahoma Sooners who are still unbeaten in the Big 12 Conference.

Things can change and I do think a team that hasn't won their Conferences will likely be brought into the top four, but who that is at this moment is hard to gauge. If Ohio State win out I would find it hard to imagine they don't get a place along with the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The final two spots are up in the air and Week 12 will take another step towards clearing that up for us.


Oklahoma State Cowboys @ TCU Horned Frogs Pick: This has been a difficult season for the TCU Horned Frogs who still need a win to become Bowl eligible after barely missing out on the Play Off picture over the last two years. They are coming in off a bye week after dismantling the Baylor Bears to end a run of three losses in four games.

This is a big test for the Horned Frogs who will be playing the Texas Longhorns on a short week after this one, but also face the Oklahoma State Cowboys who remain in contention to win the Big 12. The Cowboys have a huge game with the Oklahoma Sooners to close their season, but they are going into a bye week at the end of Week 12 before that game which won't have the same meaning if they were to lose this game.

It immediately struck me as being a big number the Horned Frogs are being asked to cover when you think of the momentum the Cowboys have built up. Oklahoma State have won six games in a row heading into Week 12 and they are a team that seems to find a way to make the big plays when they need to.

The Cowboys average over 41 points per game this season but they will be tested in this one by a strong TCU Defensive unit that have shown improvement as the season has gone on. A lot of their success has come by making Offenses one dimensional and the battle at the line of scrimmage is going to be huge in this one.

All season it has been tough to run the ball against the Horned Frogs Defensive Line and it looks to be a very difficult test for Justice Hill to help Oklahoma State at least keep the team in third and manageable spots. Hill has been playing well the last few games for the Cowboys, but it does look a game that will be very much on the shoulders of Mason Rudolph at Quarter Back.

Rudolph has looked after the ball very well over the course of the season and the Oklahoma State passing Offense is amongst the best in the nation. However being in third and long will be difficult for Rudolph as the TCU Horned Frogs get a lot of pass rush pressure up front and have been getting to the Quarter Back regularly in their games prior to the bye week.

There are still some holes in the Secondary that Rudolph can expose and I do think he will have a strong statistical game in this one. The key will be to limit the mistakes because this TCU Offense look like they could have a strong showing against the Cowboys Defense which has given up plenty of big plays this season.

Kyle Hicks had a huge game against the Baylor Bears at Running Back and he should be able to get the ground game established much more effectively than Hill for Oklahoma State. The Cowboys Defensive Line have allowed almost 200 yards per game on the ground in their recent games and TCU have produced a very similar number on Offense with Head Coach Gary Patterson likely to give the ball to Hicks as often as possible in this one.

Part of that is because he considers Hicks to be the best player on the Offensive side of the ball and the other reason is that Kenny Hill at Quarter Back has not been as consistency as the Horned Frogs would have liked. The Quarter Back is throwing into a Secondary that has had a 'bend, don't break' kind of mindset for a couple of seasons, but Oklahoma State have gotten some effective pass rush pressure and have a tendency to turn the ball over.

Turnovers can be crucial in games like this where the Offenses will feel they can strong days for the most part. That is where Rudolph's safety compared with Kenny Hill's could be all important while this feels like a lot of points for the competitive Cowboys to be getting anyway.

It does feel like this is a game that might be separated by a Field Goal for either team and I think the turnovers that Oklahoma State have created could prove to be a key. The home team has dominated this series, but I am going to take the points in this one.


Ohio State Buckeyes @ Michigan State Spartans Pick: Week 11 proved to be the day when the College Football Play Off situation was turned upside down for the most part as Number 2, Number 3 and Number 4 were all beaten. That would normally have been good news for the Ohio State Buckeyes who had been on the edge of the top four, but the defeat for the Michigan Wolverines has actually dented their hopes of winning the Big Ten Championship.

Usually Ohio State would have celebrated a Michigan loss wildly, but it does mean that winning out is not a guarantee for the Buckeyes to be playing in the Big Ten Championship Game. Even if they were to beat Michigan State and Michigan, Ohio State would need Penn State to lose at least one of their remaining two games with their sole loss coming against the Nitanny Lions.

Out of all the non-Conference winning teams, the Buckeyes certainly make the most appeal to be given a Play Off spot after destroying their last two opponents by the same 62-3 scoreline. However they might be playing for style points at this time of the season too now Penn State are in control of the Big Ten and another loss for the Buckeyes would effectively end their chances.

This has been a real down season for the Michigan State Spartans and they are unlikely to be Bowl eligible even if they win out and get to 5-7. They did snap a long losing run with a dominating win over Rutgers last week and the Spartans can play spoiler for both Ohio State and Penn State in their final two games. This is a team that doesn't get blown out too often though and they gave Michigan all they could handle when hosting them a couple of weeks ago.

A final home game for the Seniors should keep the Spartans very motivated throughout this game, but they have to find a way to challenge an Ohio State Defense that seem to be playing angry at the moment. LJ Scott is a huge part of what the Spartans want to do on Offense, but the Running Back has to try and get himself established against a Buckeyes Defensive Line which has been holding teams to fewer than 90 yards per game over their last three games.

Without Scott running the ball as effectively as he has been, Michigan State will put more pressure on Tyler O'Connor at Quarter Back who has shown plenty of inconsistency this season. O'Connor is off a big game, but throwing against the Ohio State Secondary is a completely different kettle of fish as throwing against Rutgers. The Buckeyes can get a push up front and the Secondary has feasted on mistakes which can be a huge key for them in trying to pull away and putting a stylish win in the books.

While it looks a real test for Michigan State to run the ball, Ohio State have used Mike Weber and JT Barrett to move the chains very effectively on the ground. The Spartans Defensive Line has not played to the level of previous seasons and have given up 4.6 yards per carry over their last three games against weaker teams than the Buckeyes for the most part which has to be a concern.

Running the ball has helped Barrett make some big plays through the air as he has linked up with Curtis Samuel and there might be a few more gaps in the Secondary to exploit if Michigan State have to bring Linebackers up to stop the run.

I have to respect the fact that the Spartans don't really get blown out in games and their biggest defeat in the regular season in five seasons has come by 19 points. However they were crushed by Alabama in the Play Off last season and Ohio State are coming in with a lot of motivation to win big and keep themselves in the thoughts of the Play Off committee.

This is a huge number and the public are unsurprisingly backing the big home underdog. However I think the Buckeyes are considerably the better team and they can surpass the Michigan win here by some margin. I will back them to win this one by over three converted Touchdowns and show they should still be considered a top four team.


UTSA Roadrunners @ Texas A&M Aggies Pick: The Texas A&M Aggies were Number 4 in the first College Football Play Off Rankings, but they have fallen apart since then and have no chance of being invited into the top four. That doesn't mean Kevin Sumlin wants his team to close the season with another poor end to the year like the Aggies have had in the past couple of years.

They do have a short week in front of them and a big game, but the Aggies are playing an overmatched opponent and the UTSA Roadrunners might just be focused on their next game which can help them become Bowl eligible. That would be a huge achievement for the Roadrunners who have won seven games in total the previous two seasons and have been a much more competitive team in Frank Wilson's first year as Head Coach.

It would be a huge upset if the Roadrunners can overachieve and give an in-State opponent from a much stronger Conference fits in this one though. They will look to find a way to run the ball, but that is much more problematic when taking on a SEC Defensive Line compared with the Conference-USA opponents the Roadrunners are usually used to playing.

UTSA have just had a few problems getting the run going as they would have liked in recent games and even the slip in the Texas A&M Defensive Line has come against stronger opponents. That means the pressure is likely to be on either Dalton Sturm or Jared Johnson depending on which of those players gets the start at Quarter Back. They've not really got much out of the Quarter Back recently and either will be playing behind an Offensive Line that has struggled in pass protection which should give the Aggies a big edge on that side of the ball.

Moving the chains shouldn't be a problem for the Aggies either even though Jake Hubenak is making just his second start at Quarter Back after Trevor Knight was ruled out for the season. Hubenak doesn't run as much as Knight, but it shouldn't be an issue for the Aggies who should be able to establish the run without their Quarter Back needing to make too many plays with his legs.

It is a chance for Hubenak to showcase some of his talents as he is throwing against an overmatched Secondary and I do think the Aggies will have most of their drives ending in points. A few turnovers will help Texas A&M pull away and barring a decision to take out some of the starters I do think the Aggies record a big home win ahead of the game with the LSU Tigers.

The Roadrunners were beaten by 28 points at Louisiana Tech last week and are on a third consecutive road game which is very difficult. I do think Texas A&M will win by thirty plus points and I will back them to cover.


Virginia Cavaliers @ Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Pick: It surprised a few people that Bronco Mendenhall decided to leave the BYU Cougars to become the new Head Coach of the Virginia Cavaliers, but a first season of struggle is less of a surprise.

The Cavaliers have not had a winning season since 2011 and they were learning a new system this season so a 2-8 record at this point is a disappointment, but better things are expected to come under Mendenhall. A run of five losses in a row hasn't helped the cause for Virginia and now they are visiting Georgia Tech who became Bowl eligible last week with an upset over Virginia Tech and who are playing their last home game of the season.

Georgia Tech's win over the Hokies came as a big underdog and has ensured the race to win the ACC Coastal will go down to the end of the season. That won't concern the Yellow Jackets who are looking to end their Conference play with a 4-4 record and have Justin Thomas returning at Quarter Back.

Dedrick Mills was suspended last week for two games, but JJ Green could be back for the Yellow Jackets along with Thomas to give them a triple threat to run the ball along with Marcus Marshall who played well last week without those two players in the line up. They are playing a Virginia Defensive Line which has allowed 198 yards per game on the ground as they have worn down towards the end of the season and the Yellow Jackets are likely to take advantage of that.

The return of Thomas is big as he does give the Yellow Jackets a legitimate passing threat, although there is no doubt that the home team are going to look to run the ball first and foremost.

Virginia might struggle to slow down the Georgia Tech Offense, but they have made a change at Quarter Back with Matt Johns back in the starting role after Kurt Benkert has struggled in that role. Johns was surprisingly not named as the starter after a strong season in 2015, and he is going to have to recover his form from that campaign to challenge this Yellow Jackets Secondary.

Georgia Tech have struggled to stop the pass, but Johns could be under immense pressure from a strong pass rush and they have also been able to turn the ball over. Johns would be helped if the Cavaliers could run the ball effectively, but the Yellow Jackets have played well at the line of scrimmage for most of the season while the Cavaliers have not been able to run the ball as well as they would have liked.

I do like the Yellow Jackets in this game as they have gone 4-1 against the spread in the last five against Virginia at home. I also wouldn't be surprised if the Cavaliers are looking ahead to next week when they visit the Virginia Tech Hokies with a chance to spoil their season in the rivalry game and I think they may struggle to put in a full effort here at 2-8 for the year.

A couple of turnovers would help the Yellow Jackets on their way and I will back them to cover this number against a Virginia team that might have bigger fish to fry.


Florida Gators @ LSU Tigers Pick: Hurricane Matthew had a big effect on regular people on the East Coast of the United States and through some of the Caribbean Islands that a football game needing to be moved is not really a big issue. However that decision has meant something to the Florida Gators who have lost their chance of hosting the LSU Tigers in 2016 and that has also put their place in the SEC Championship Game at risk.

Let's not beat around the bush too much though- Florida either need to win this game or hope Tennessee fail to win one of their final two SEC games and the Gators would not have been favoured to beat the Tigers at home. Les Miles had already been fired as LSU Head Coach at that point and the Tigers have been a much improved team since then.

Playing the Tigers on the road is a big test for Florida and the home team have been playing much better in recent games outside of the defeat to the Alabama Crimson Tide. There have been more signs of life Offensively from the Tigers under interim Head Coach Ed Orgeron and that is a problem for the Gators to deal with despite the strong Defense they have.

The key battle on that side of the ball is going to be whether the Tigers can establish the run against one of the stronger Defensive Lines in the SEC. However they would be encouraged by how the Arkansas Razorbacks managed to churn out the yards against them and LSU have players like Leonard Fournette and Derrius Guice who are more than capable of matching what the Razorbacks did against Florida. This is the last home game, for extents and purposes, for Fournette and you have to think the Running Back wants to put in a big performance for his school one more time.

It will be important for the Tigers to establish the run to make things easier for Danny Etling at Quarter Back and make a few plays through the air if the Linebackers and Safeties come forward to stop Guice and Fournette on the ground. Etling has played well the last few weeks, but the Tigers are still a run first Offense.

Florida are also dealing with a few injuries on the Defensive side of the ball which is going to put some pressure on the Offense to try and make some plays against a strong LSU Defense. There are some issues at Quarter Back too with Austin Appleby likely to get the start in place of the injured Luke Del Rio, and it does look like the kind of game where the pressure will be on the Quarter Back to make big plays.

While the Tigers have the kind of Running Backs and Offensive Line you can believe will get the run game going, the same can't be said for Florida who won't find much room up front. The Gators Offensive Line has struggled to open big holes all season and that means Appleby is likely going to be playing in third and long a lot more than Danny Etling.

It will lead to LSU being able to pin back their ears and get after Appleby against an Offensive Line that is perhaps struggling to buy the time he will likely need to keep the chains moving. The turnovers have also been an issue and this Tigers Secondary are more than capable of picking off the Florida Quarter Back at least once in this one.

LSU are 5-1 against the spread in the last six games against Florida and I think they are the superior team playing the better football. Both have played Arkansas recently with vastly contrasting results, but that's too simple a way of looking at things. Instead I think the Tigers make enough plays Defensively and Leonard Fournette has a big final home game for the LSU team to pull them away.

The public are quite convincingly on the side of the Gators as the road underdog, but the spread is still moving in favour of the LSU Tigers which suggests the sharps are behind them. I will back the Tigers to win this one by closer to three Touchdowns.


Duke Blue Devils @ Pittsburgh Panthers Pick: I said last week that the Duke Blue Devils have been competitive in every game they have played this season and they showed that again with a stunning upset of the North Carolina Tar Heels. They came from 14-0 down at home to win that game by a point and now need to win their final two games to get back to six wins and become Bowl eligible.

They had an upset, but the Pittsburgh Panthers had an even more impressive win by going on the road to knock off the previously unbeaten Clemson Tigers. In fact Clemson had won 21 games in a row at home before Pittsburgh won the game with a Field Goal as time was expiring in the Fourth Quarter.

Both teams coming off emotional wins and that should mean none of them have an edge from that point of view. Both have motivation to win out this season as Pittsburgh can get close to surpassing last season's 8 wins, while Duke would become eligible for a Bowl game in December although they do have road games at the Panthers and Miami.

Daniel Jones had a big game for Duke last week at Quarter Back and he will be needed to help them move the chains in this one. He doesn't look a great runner, but Jones can move the chains with his legs and he can join Shaun Wilson to give the Blue Devils a balanced Offense despite how well the Pittsburgh Defensive Line have played.

Even in third and semi long will not be a big problem for Jones who is facing a Secondary that has given up huge amount of yards through the air all season. The Panthers can get some pressure up front but Jones will need to look after the ball to give Duke a chance for another upset this week.

A balanced Offense is what Pittsburgh will bring to the table too but I think they will have the more effective running game behind James Connor who was huge for Pittsburgh last week. The Blue Devils have struggled on the ground and Connor should have a big game, but the spaces will be aided by the fact that Nathan Peterman has been throwing the ball very effectively and coming off a great performance against a relatively strong Clemson team.

With the running game going as it is, Peterman has been well protected by his Offensive Line and he can lead the Panthers to a win here. I like Pittsburgh by double digits as I do think their Defensive Line can make some plays against Daniel Jones that just stifles a couple of the Duke drives and perhaps even leads to a mistake throwing into this Secondary.

I have so much respect for the way David Cutcliffe has kept Duke competitive despite going on a long losing run that they haven't experienced in recent seasons. He is a top Head Coach, but I think ultimately the Panthers makes some big plays at home to win this one by double digits and move to one more win of matching last season's eight wins and also with a Bowl Game to come.


Virginia Tech Hokies @ Notre Dame Fighting Irish Pick: The way the top teams were beaten in Week 11 has to have hurt the Notre Dame Fighting Irish fanbase who were expecting to see their team on the brink of the top four at this point of the season. However the Notre Dame season was circling the drain some time ago and the sole aim left this year is to win out and at least reach a Bowl Game.

Brian Kelly looks like he will hold onto his job as Head Coach at Notre Dame, but winning out would make him feel easier and not on the hot seat immediately going into the 2017 season. They do look to be catching the Virginia Tech Hokies at the right time as it could be easy for this team to look ahead of the big ACC game with Virginia in Week 13 that will determine their fate in the ACC Coastal Division.

On the other hand a game against the Fighting Irish is always going to be a big one for any school so the Hokies should be focused on trying to earn some momentum to take into Week 12 rather than having a two game losing run behind them. It will be a big challenge for Virginia Tech as the Notre Dame Defensive unit have been improving over the course of the season and can test an Offense that struggled in the home loss to Georgia Tech in Week 11.

Jerod Evans has played well at Quarter Back, but the Fighting Irish Secondary have given up just 188 passing yards per game through the air over the course of the season and have only allowed 116 yards per game over their last three games. Those stats have been skewed by facing Navy and Army, but the Fighting Irish can get pressure up front and can turn the ball over which should give Evans something to think about.

The Quarter Back won't be helped by much of a running game as Notre Dame have allowed just 4.3 yards per carry over their last three games despite those triple option Offenses that have played against them. Evans didn't deal with the pressure that well against Georgia Tech last week and will need to respond with a big game if the Hokies are going to beat Notre Dame this week.

There have also been some signs that the Virginia Tech Defensive Line have worn down a little bit over their last few games and there should be spaces for the Notre Dame to make plays on the ground. The Hokies have allowed 238 yards per game on the ground over the last three games and DeShone Kizer has shown he can help the team by running from the Quarter Back position too.

Kizer has been much improved at Quarter Back over the second half of the season and he should be able to make some plays if the Notre Dame Offense are running the ball effectively. The improvements made by Notre Dame should give them the edge in this home game against a Virginia Tech team that could easily be thinking ahead to the last game in the Conference which will decide if they can win the ACC Coastal Division.

Notre Dame have looked more comfortable on both sides of the ball and I think they make the big plays through the course of this game to beat their visitors. It won't be easy and Jerod Evans will have some big moments, but I think Notre Dame win by a Field Goal at least and then set up a huge game in California against the USC Trojans in Week 13 to decide their Bowl eligibility.


Washington State Cougars @ Colorado Buffaloes Pick: There won't be too many people who are able to tell you with a straight face that they thought the Colorado Buffaloes and the Washington State Cougars would be leading the Pac-12 South and North Divisions going into Week 12. The winner of this one will control their own destiny when it comes to winning their Division, but the losing team will be left in a vulnerable spot.

It is actually a far bigger game for the Colorado Buffaloes who are just a game ahead of the USC Trojans who hold the tiebreaker. For Washington State they are going to play Washington next week which will likely be the deciding game in the Pac-12 North unless they win this week and the Huskies were to lose a home game against Arizona State as a big favourite.

The teams take different approaches to their wins with Washington State a huge Offensive powerhouse and Colorado being very good Defensively. Defense does win Championships, but I expect the Buffaloes to be challenged by the Cougars in this one as Luke Falk has had a huge season at Quarter Back.

Falk has been boosted by the Cougars running game which has been churning out plenty of yards on the ground in recent games. That won't be so easy against the Buffaloes Defensive Line but Colorado struggled last week against Arizona and the Cougars have a big threat through the air which may see the Buffaloes focus on stopping the pass and leave spaces on the ground.

The Buffaloes have defended the pass very well, but Colorado haven't face a passing team like Washington State since losing to USC and both Michigan and Oregon scored a lot of points against them. The Cougars are capable of doing that having scored 27 or more points in every Conference game they have played, but Washington State have to show some Defensive toughness if they are going to upset the Buffaloes on the road.

Prior to last week there have been some Offensive struggles for Colorado as the pressure of their situation perhaps begins to wear down on them. There have been a few issues throwing and running the ball, but I think the Buffaloes can do both in this one although I think the Cougars have certain strengths that can be an issue for the home team.

Washington State won't give up huge plays on the ground and forcing Colorado into obvious passing situations will give them a chance to let their Defensive Line get after Sefo Liufau who has made one or two more mistakes when throwing the ball. His Offensive Line has not protected him as well as they could in recent games and the Cougars have shown they can turn the ball over which gives them a chance in this one.

I am going against the sharps in this one as the spread has moved up to almost a converted Touchdown worth of points for the road team. Washington State are one of the hottest teams in the nation and I think they can make enough plays on both sides of the ball to keep within the points. The underdog is 4-1 against the spread in the last five in the series and I like Washington State who are 3-0 against the spread as the dog this season.


Navy Midshipmen @ East Carolina Pirates Pick: The Navy Midshipmen have enjoyed their time in the American Athletic Conference and they look set to make it through to the Championship Game having only just missed out last season. This is a great achievement when you think the starting Quarter Back went down early in the first game after losing a Quarter Back with a lot of the school records at the end of last season.

A win will give Navy the American Athletic West Division having already earned the tiebreaker over the Houston Cougars who won the game and the tiebreaker at the end of the 2015 regular season. The Midshipmen have two chances to secure the game they need, but they will want to get the job done at the East Carolina Pirates who have lost seven of their last eight games.

It does look a good match up for the Navy Offense whose triple option hasn't suffered with Will Worth running the option. Worth was considered the stronger passing Quarter Back with Tago Smith the runner, but he has filled in admirably and actually surpassed what most would have expected for him.

Navy will be able to run the ball against most teams, but it should be something they can do especially effectively against the East Carolina Pirates Defensive Line who have struggled all season. If they need to, Worth is going to be able to make some plays through the air, but generally Navy will look to pound the ball on the ground and work over the Pirates.

This is far from an easy game for the Midshipmen despite the losing run the East Carolina team have been fighting through. One of the issues for the Pirates is their Offense has become a little one dimensional with some struggles to run the ball and I am not sure they can take advantage of the issues Navy have had on the Defensive Line of late.

Instead it will be down to Philipp Nelson and Gardner Minshew at Quarter Back to try and keep the chains moving and they are throwing into a Secondary that has given up some big numbers. Nelson has just had a few issues with turnovers of late and Navy are not likely to make the same mistakes with the discipline the likes of Navy and Army tend to play with.

I can see East Carolina producing some very successful drives, but I am not sure they will have the consistency to do that through the game. A couple of turnovers will swing the pendulum very much in favour of Navy and I think the road team will eventually begin to pull away from East Carolina in a high scoring game.

The last three Navy games have been very close and decided by a grand total of ten points which makes this number look very big. However the Midshipmen have blown out East Carolina in three of their last four games against them and the Pirates have not been that competitive in losses. I will back Navy to come through with a win by around two Touchdowns once they convert a couple of turnovers into points and pull away for the win.

MY PICKS: Oklahoma State Cowboys + 4.5 Points @ 1.91 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
Ohio State Buckeyes - 21.5 Points @ 1.91 William Hill (1 Unit)
Texas A&M Aggies - 27.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet365 (1 Unit)
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - 11 Points @ 2.00 Bet365 (1 Unit)
LSU Tigers - 14.5 Points @ 1.91 William Hill (1 Unit)
Pittsburgh Panthers - 7 Points @ 1.86 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
Notre Dame Fighting Irish - 1 Point @ 1.95 Ladbrokes (1 Unit)
Washington State Cougars + 6 Points @ 1.95 Coral (1 Unit)
Navy Midshipmen - 9 Points @ 1.91 Bet Victor (1 Unit)


Week 11: 9-2, + 6.28 Units (11 Units Staked, + 57.09% Yield)
Week 101-7, - 6.05 Units (8 Units Staked, - 75.63% Yield)
Week 93-8, - 5.23 Units (11 Units Staked, - 47.55% Yield)
Week 8: 4-5, - 1.27 Units (9 Units Staked, - 14.11% Yield)
Week 74-5, - 1.28 Units (9 Units Staked, - 14.22% Yield)
Week 67-1-1, + 5.35 Units (9 Units Staked, + 59.44% Yield)
Week 52-7-1, - 5.14 Units (10 Units Staked, - 51.40% Yield)
Week 46-3, + 2.59 Units (9 Units Staked, + 28.78% Yield)
Week 34-6, - 2.23 Units (10 Units Staked, - 22.3% Yield)
Week 24-5, - 1.32 Units (9 Units Staked, - 14.67% Yield)
Week 16-5, + 0.58 Units (11 Units Staked, + 5.27% Yield)

Season 201650-54-2, - 7.72 Units (106 Units Staked, - 7.28% Yield)

Season 201587-77-2, + 2.77 Units (166 Units Staked, + 1.67% Yield)
Season 201475-82-2, - 13.39 Units (172 Units Staked, - 7.78% Yield)
Season 201365-49-2, + 8.49 Units (124 Units Staked, + 6.85% Yield)
Season 201254-59-1 - 7.11 Units (114 Units Staked, - 6.24% Yield)
Season 201163-36, + 23.25 Units (99 Units Staked, + 23.5% Yield)

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