College Football Bowl Predictions 2017-18

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College Football bowl predictions are here!  Who’s going to close out the year with a win?  Will Georgia or Oklahoma advance to the national championship game to face Clemson or Alabama?

Using our predictive formula we’ve predicted every college football bowl game on the board in 2017-18.  We predict every bowl game through the College Football Playoff.

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College Football Bowl Predictions

College Football Semi-Finals – January 1, 2018

Rose Bowl (College Football Playoff) WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
271 Georgia 50% 27 -2
272 Oklahoma 50% 28 60u
Sugar Bowl (College Football Playoff) WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
273 Alabama 55% 28 -2½
274 Clemson 45% 24 47u

December 16, 2017

New Orleans Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
201 North Texas 34% 20 62u
202 Troy 66% 35 -6½
Cure Bowl
203 Georgia State 49% 28 52u
204 Western Kentucky 51% 29 -6
Las Vegas Bowl
205 Oregon 52% 30 -7½
206 Boise State 48% 28 59½u
New Mexico Bowl
207 Marshall 42% 22 58u
208 Colorado State 58% 30 -5½
Camellia Bowl
209 Middle Tennessee St. 37% 23 62½u
210 Arkansas State 63% 34 -3½

December 19, 2017

Boca Raton Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
211 Akron 33% 21 61½u
212 Florida Atlantic 67% 36 -22½

December 20, 2017

Frisco Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
213 Louisiana Tech 34% 25 70u
214 SMU 66% 39 -5

December 21, 2017

Gasparilla Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
215 Temple 62% 30 -7
216 Florida International 38% 19 56u

December 22, 2017

Bahamas Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
217 UAB 37% 22 57u
218 Ohio 63% 34 -7½
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
219 Central Michigan 46% 26 45½u
220 Wyoming 54% 30 -1

December 23, 2017

Birmingham Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
221 Texas Tech 45% 26 67u
222 South Florida 55% 31 -2½
Armed Forces Bowl
223 Army 42% 20
224 San Diego State 58% 27
Dollar General Bowl
225 Appalachian State 42% 22 63u
226 Toledo 58% 29 -7½

December 24, 2017

Hawai’I Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
227 Houston 52% 26 -2½
228 Fresno State 48% 25 50u

December 26, 2017

Heart of Dallas Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
229 Utah 52% 31 -7
230 West Virginia 48% 29 56½u
Quick Lane Bowl
231 Northern Illinois 42% 30 47½u
232 Duke 58% 37 -4½
Cactus Bowl
233 Kansas State 56% 34 -2½
234 UCLA 44% 28 63½u

December 27, 2017

Independence Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
235 Southern Miss 28% 19 49u
236 Florida State 72% 39 -15½
Pinstripe Bowl
237 Boston College 42% 22 46u
238 Iowa 58% 29 -3
Texas Bowl
239 Missouri 41% 28 -3
240 Texas 59% 36 60½u
Foster Farms Bowl
275 Purdue 53% 31 65½u
276 Arizona 47% 28 -3½

December 28, 2017

Military Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
241 Virginia 48% 27
242 Navy 52% 29
Camping World Bowl
243 Virginia Tech 45% 30 63u
244 Oklahoma State 55% 34 -5½
Alamo Bowl
245 Stanford 47% 26 49u
246 TCU 53% 28 -2½
Holiday Bowl
277 Michigan State 50% 27 45u
278 Washington State 50% 28 -3

December 29, 2017

Belk Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
247 Texas A&M 43% 23 64½u
248 Wake Forest 57% 30 -3
Sun Bowl
249 North Carolina State 55% 34 -6
250 Arizona State 45% 29 59½u
Music City Bowl
251 Kentucky 30% 15 51u
252 Northwestern 70% 33 -7
Arizona Bowl
253 Utah State 61% 34 -4
254 New Mexico State 39% 24 61u
Cotton Bowl
255 USC 28% 23 64½u
256 Ohio State 72% 43 -7

December 30, 2017

TaxSlayer Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
257 Louisville 51% 31 -6½
258 Mississippi State 49% 30 63u
Liberty Bowl
259 Iowa State 53% 34 66½u
260 Memphis 47% 31 -3½
Fiesta Bowl
261 Washington 35% 23 55u
262 Penn State 65% 37 -2
Orange Bowl
263 Wisconsin 65% 31 -6½
264 Miami (FL) 35% 17 45u

January 1, 2017

Outback Bowl WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
265 South Carolina 38% 19 43u
266 Michigan 62% 30 -7½
Peach Bowl
267 Central Florida 39% 18 66½u
268 Auburn 61% 28 -9½
Citrus Bowl
269 LSU 38% 25 -3
270 Notre Dame 62% 36 51½u

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College Football Power Rankings – Bowls 2017

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The conference championships are over.  The bowls are set.  Time to see the college football power rankings at the end of the 2017 regular season.  Here’s how all 130 FBS teams stack up using our formula for bowl season.

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College Football Power Rankings – Bowls 2017

RANK TEAM Conference Division
1 Penn State BIG TEN EAST
2 Ohio State BIG TEN EAST
3 Alabama SEC WEST
4 Oklahoma BIG 12
5 Georgia SEC EAST
6 Clemson ACC ATLANTIC
7 Auburn SEC WEST
8 Wisconsin BIG TEN WEST
9 Oklahoma State BIG 12
10 Washington PAC 12 NORTH
11 Notre Dame IND
12 TCU BIG 12
13 UCF AMERICAN EAST
14 Virginia Tech ACC COASTAL
15 Stanford PAC 12 NORTH
16 Iowa BIG TEN WEST
17 Northwestern BIG TEN WEST
18 Louisville ACC ATLANTIC
19 Iowa State BIG 12
20 USC PAC 12 SOUTH
21 Michigan BIG TEN EAST
22 Texas BIG 12
23 Miami (Fla.) ACC COASTAL
24 Mississippi State SEC WEST
25 Memphis AMERICAN WEST
26 LSU SEC WEST
27 Wake Forest ACC ATLANTIC
28 Boston College ACC ATLANTIC
29 Purdue BIG TEN WEST
30 North Carolina State ACC ATLANTIC
31 Washington State PAC 12 NORTH
32 Michigan State BIG TEN EAST
33 Utah PAC 12 SOUTH
34 South Florida AMERICAN EAST
35 Oregon PAC 12 NORTH
36 Kansas State BIG 12
37 Arizona PAC 12 SOUTH
38 Missouri SEC EAST
39 Boise State MWC MOUNTAIN
40 West Virginia BIG 12
41 Florida State ACC ATLANTIC
42 San Diego State MWC WEST
43 Arizona State PAC 12 SOUTH
44 Texas A&M SEC WEST
45 Duke ACC COASTAL
46 Georgia Tech ACC COASTAL
47 South Carolina SEC EAST
48 Texas Tech BIG 12
49 Indiana BIG TEN EAST
50 Houston AMERICAN WEST
51 UCLA PAC 12 SOUTH
52 Toledo MAC WEST
53 California PAC 12 NORTH
54 Minnesota BIG TEN WEST
55 Fresno State MWC WEST
56 Pittsburgh ACC COASTAL
57 Navy AMERICAN WEST
58 Army IND
59 Florida Atlantic C-USA EAST
60 Florida SEC EAST
61 Virginia ACC COASTAL
62 Colorado PAC 12 SOUTH
63 Troy SUN BELT
64 Northern Illinois MAC WEST
65 Colorado State MWC MOUNTAIN
66 SMU AMERICAN WEST
67 Mississippi SEC WEST
68 Ohio MAC EAST
69 Kentucky SEC EAST
70 Wyoming MWC MOUNTAIN
71 Arkansas State SUN BELT
72 Syracuse ACC ATLANTIC
73 Utah State MWC MOUNTAIN
74 Appalachian State SUN BELT
75 Nebraska BIG TEN WEST
76 Eastern Michigan MAC WEST
77 Western Michigan MAC WEST
78 Central Michigan MAC WEST
79 North Carolina ACC COASTAL
80 Temple AMERICAN EAST
81 Tulane AMERICAN WEST
82 Marshall C-USA EAST
83 Arkansas SEC WEST
84 Baylor BIG 12
85 Buffalo MAC EAST
86 Vanderbilt SEC EAST
87 Air Force MWC MOUNTAIN
88 UNLV MWC WEST
89 Nevada MWC WEST
90 Tulsa AMERICAN WEST
91 Tennessee SEC EAST
92 Southern Miss C-USA WEST
93 Maryland BIG TEN EAST
94 UAB SUN BELT
95 BYU IND
96 Miami (Ohio) MAC EAST
97 UTSA C-USA WEST
98 New Mexico State SUN BELT
99 Massachusetts MAC EAST
100 Rutgers BIG TEN EAST
101 Middle Tennessee C-USA EAST
102 Illinois BIG TEN WEST
103 North Texas C-USA WEST
104 Louisiana Tech C-USA WEST
105 Akron MAC EAST
106 Cincinnati AMERICAN EAST
107 Florida International C-USA EAST
108 Louisiana-Monroe SUN BELT
109 New Mexico MWC MOUNTAIN
110 Western Kentucky C-USA EAST
111 Georgia State SUN BELT
112 Idaho SUN BELT
113 Connecticut AMERICAN EAST
114 Coastal Carolina SUN BELT
115 Hawaii MWC WEST
116 Bowling Green MAC EAST
117 Oregon State PAC 12 NORTH
118 Georgia Southern SUN BELT
119 South Alabama SUN BELT
120 East Carolina AMERICAN EAST
121 La.-Lafayette SUN BELT
122 Kansas BIG 12
123 Old Dominion C-USA EAST
124 Texas State SUN BELT
125 Rice C-USA WEST
126 Kent State MAC EAST
127 Charlotte C-USA EAST
128 San Jose State MWC WEST
129 Ball State MAC WEST
130 UTEP C-USA WEST

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Army vs. Navy College Football Prediction – December 9, 2017

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Using our predictive formula we predict the last regular season game of the 2017 college football season, Army vs. Navy in Philadelphia.

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December 9, 2017

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
Army 48% 28 47
Navy 52% 30 -3.5

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End Conference Championship Games and Bring On the 8 Team College Football Playoff

by Matt Fischer

The Big 12 was Right

Maybe the Big 12 had it right, at least until this year…no conference championship game.

Why play them? Is a conference title more important than a national title? Let’s ask Auburn. Let’s ask Wisconsin. Let’s ask 2016 Penn State.

The College Football Playoff Committee announced the final four today including ACC Champion Clemson, Big 12 Champion Oklahoma, SEC Champion Georgia and the team that had a bye week during Championship Saturday Alabama.

This is nothing against Alabama. The Crimson Tide went 11-1 and they’re the biggest game of every team’s schedule. They take the opposition’s best shot every Saturday. They didn’t even win their division in the SEC though. They couldn’t qualify for the SEC Championship but did for the National Championship?

That’s just crazy to me. How can a team that doesn’t earn a trip to its’ conference championship game deserve a shot at the national championship?

I’ve spent all day thinking about how the committee did this two years in a row. They put a team that can’t qualify for a conference championship in the College Football Playoff.

This isn’t about Who’s #4

My biggest beef isn’t over who’s #4. It’s that teams are playing meaningless conference championship games. How many of you Auburn fans would rather have a SEC title instead of a national title? How about you Wisconsin fans?

Each team should be playing for a national title but instead they had to play a top team for a conference championship and lost costing them a spot in the playoff.

The NCAA should end conference championship games and expand the college football playoff to eight teams.

College Football Playoff Expansion

So how does this new eight team college football playoff work? Well let’s get to that in my redesign for college football in The New 8 Team College Football Playoff.

Instead of debating who should have been number four in this year’s College Football Playoff, we add a round to the college football playoff.

First let’s get this out of the way. The College Football Playoff is for the Power 5. The group of 5 is never going to have a team in the playoff. NEVER. If you think there was outrage over Alabama getting in today or Ohio State last year, imagine if Central Florida would have been fourth today? There would have been riots in Tuscaloosa and Columbus.

From 9 to 8

There are 9 Power 5 divisions. Only the 9 division champions earn consideration for the 8 team College Football Playoff.

So the committee only has nine teams to consider for eight spots. For example, this year the following teams would have been eligible for the eight team playoff:

Clemson (ACC Atlantic)
Miami (ACC Coastal)
Oklahoma (Big 12)
Wisconsin (Big Ten West)
Ohio State (Big Ten East)
Stanford (Pac-12 North)
USC (Pac-12 South)
Georgia (SEC East)
Auburn (SEC West)

Independence is Over

Sorry Notre Dame, you’re going to have to join a conference for football or sit the playoff out every year. Same goes for you other independents.

I’d anticipate as soon as this change would be announced, the Big 12 would expand back to 12 teams and split back into two divisions so the committee would more than likely by choosing eight teams from a pool of 10 teams. The Big 12 would gladly scoop up Notre Dame and BYU.

The Committee Just Needs to Rank

The College Football Playoff Committee just needs to worry about ranking teams. They don’t need to choose. All they would have to do is rank the division champions 1-9 and know #9 is chopped off the list. Then it’s 1 vs. 8, 2 vs. 7, 3 vs. 6 and 4 vs. 5. This year Stanford would have been 9th and left out of the playoff. How many people would argue about that?

We have a new playoff.

2017-18 College Football Playoff

The first Saturday of December would become the first round of the playoff. The quarterfinals would be scattered across the country at sites that had previously hosted conference championship games. Here’s how I’d envision round 1 of this year’s playoff looking based upon the College Football Playoff Rankings prior to conference championships.

College Football Playoff Quarterfinals

#1 Clemson vs. #8 USC in Charlotte
#2 Auburn vs. #7 Ohio State in Atlanta
#3 Oklahoma vs. #6 Miami in Dallas
#4 Wisconsin vs. #5 Georgia in Indianapolis

The semi-finals and national championship game would stay on schedule for January 1 and January 8, 2018.

College Football Scheduling Improved

The new 8 team playoff would simply college football by knowing what it takes to earn a playoff spot. You know you have to win your division to be considered.

With the change to the playoff, scheduling would get better. With knowing you need to win your division to be considered, teams can step up the non-conference scheduling to improve their ranking come playoff time. Gone will be the days of scheduling FCS teams and we’ll have more heavyweight battles.

Like we see in college basketball, college football can adopt the Big Ten vs. ACC Challenge. We’ll see conferences spend a Saturday watching conferences battle it out for supremacy knowing that could be the difference come ranking time at the end of the season.

Let’s stop making teams like Auburn beat a good team Georgia twice in a month to make the College Football Playoff.  Imagine if the Iron Bowl wasn’t just for a spot in the SEC Championship game but virtually guaranteed the winner a spot on the road to the national championship?

Tell teams what it’s going to take and stop wasting time on conference championship games that are irrelevant as far as winning a national championship.

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College Football Predictions Week 14 – 2017

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It’s college football championship weekend!  The last chance for teams to impress the College Football Playoff committee.

Using our predictive formula we’ve predicted every college football game on the board in week 14 including Auburn vs. Georgia, Ohio State vs. Wisconsin, Oklahoma vs. TCU, USC vs. Stanford and Clemson vs. Miami.

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College Football Predictions – Week 14

December 1, 2017

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
303 Stanford 55% Get Predicted 58½u
304 USC 45% Score -3

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December 2, 2017

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
305 Idaho 46% Get Predicted 47½u
306 Georgia State 54% Score -4
307 Louisiana-Lafayette 33% Get Predicted 59½u
308 Appalachian State 67% Score -15
309 Georgia Southern 50% Get Predicted -2½
310 Coastal Carolina 50% Score 53u
311 Troy 51% Get Predicted 59u
312 Arkansas State 49% Score -1½
313 South Alabama 39% Get Predicted 54u
314 New Mexico State 61% Score -10
315 North Texas 36% Get Predicted 74u
316 Florida Atlantic 64% Score -10½
317 Memphis 41% Get Predicted 84½u
318 Central Florida 59% Score -7
319 Akron 30% Get Predicted 57u
320 Toledo 70% Score -21
321 Georgia 47% Get Predicted 49u
322 Auburn 53% Score -2½
323 Fresno State 43% Get Predicted 49u
324 Boise State 57% Score -9½
325 Miami (FL) 39% Get Predicted 47½u
326 Clemson 61% Score -9½
327 Ohio State 59% Get Predicted -6
328 Wisconsin 41% Score 53u
329 Massachusetts 57% Get Predicted 55½u
330 Florida International 43% Score -1½
331 Louisiana-Monroe 26% Get Predicted 65½u
332 Florida State 74% Score -27
333 TCU 42% Get Predicted 63½u
334 Oklahoma 58% Score -7

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College Football Power Rankings Week 14 2017

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The week 14 power rankings got interesting.  The Big Ten and SEC grab six of the top seven spots this week.

We’ve analyzed all 130 FBS college football teams and calculated our college football power rankings for week  of the 2017 season.

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Biggest Movers Up (# of spots) – Troy (13), Oregon (11), Vanderbilt (11), Florida State (9), Boston College (8), Pitt (8).

Biggest Movers Down (# of spots) – Maryland (19), Minnesota (11), West Virginia (9), Kentucky (8), Rutgers (8), Wyoming (8).

College Football Power Rankings – Week 14

RANK TEAM Conference Division
1 Penn State BIG TEN EAST
2 Alabama SEC WEST
3 Ohio State BIG TEN EAST
4 Auburn SEC WEST
5 Oklahoma BIG 12
6 Georgia SEC EAST
7 Wisconsin BIG TEN WEST
8 Clemson ACC ATLANTIC
9 Washington PAC 12 NORTH
10 TCU BIG 12
11 Oklahoma State BIG 12
12 UCF AMERICAN EAST
13 Notre Dame IND
14 Miami (Fla.) ACC COASTAL
15 Virginia Tech ACC COASTAL
16 Stanford PAC 12 NORTH
17 USC PAC 12 SOUTH
18 Northwestern BIG TEN WEST
19 Iowa BIG TEN WEST
20 Memphis AMERICAN WEST
21 Louisville ACC ATLANTIC
22 Michigan BIG TEN EAST
23 Mississippi State SEC WEST
24 Iowa State BIG 12
25 LSU SEC WEST
26 Texas BIG 12
27 Washington State PAC 12 NORTH
28 Michigan State BIG TEN EAST
29 South Florida AMERICAN EAST
30 Wake Forest ACC ATLANTIC
31 North Carolina State ACC ATLANTIC
32 Boston College ACC ATLANTIC
33 Boise State MWC MOUNTAIN
34 Purdue BIG TEN WEST
35 San Diego State MWC WEST
36 Oregon PAC 12 NORTH
37 Kansas State BIG 12
38 Utah PAC 12 SOUTH
39 Arizona PAC 12 SOUTH
40 Missouri SEC EAST
41 West Virginia BIG 12
42 Texas A&M SEC WEST
43 Arizona State PAC 12 SOUTH
44 South Carolina SEC EAST
45 Toledo MAC WEST
46 Duke ACC COASTAL
47 Georgia Tech ACC COASTAL
48 Houston AMERICAN WEST
49 Fresno State MWC WEST
50 Texas Tech BIG 12
51 Florida State ACC ATLANTIC
52 Indiana BIG TEN EAST
53 UCLA PAC 12 SOUTH
54 Navy AMERICAN WEST
55 Army IND
56 Troy SUN BELT
57 California PAC 12 NORTH
58 Florida Atlantic C-USA EAST
59 Minnesota BIG TEN WEST
60 Northern Illinois MAC WEST
61 Arkansas State SUN BELT
62 Pittsburgh ACC COASTAL
63 Ohio MAC EAST
64 Colorado State MWC MOUNTAIN
65 SMU AMERICAN WEST
66 Virginia ACC COASTAL
67 Kentucky SEC EAST
68 Mississippi SEC WEST
69 Colorado PAC 12 SOUTH
70 Florida SEC EAST
71 Wyoming MWC MOUNTAIN
72 Utah State MWC MOUNTAIN
73 Central Michigan MAC WEST
74 Syracuse ACC ATLANTIC
75 Appalachian State SUN BELT
76 Western Michigan MAC WEST
77 Eastern Michigan MAC WEST
78 Temple AMERICAN EAST
79 Marshall C-USA EAST
80 Nebraska BIG TEN WEST
81 Tulane AMERICAN WEST
82 Buffalo MAC EAST
83 North Carolina ACC COASTAL
84 Vanderbilt SEC EAST
85 Arkansas SEC WEST
86 Southern Miss C-USA WEST
87 Air Force MWC MOUNTAIN
88 North Texas C-USA WEST
89 UNLV MWC WEST
90 UAB C-USA WEST
91 UTSA C-USA WEST
92 Tennessee SEC EAST
93 Nevada MWC WEST
94 Baylor BIG 12
95 New Mexico State SUN BELT
96 Massachusetts MAC EAST
97 Akron MAC EAST
98 Miami (Ohio) MAC EAST
99 Tulsa AMERICAN WEST
100 Middle Tennessee C-USA EAST
101 Maryland BIG TEN EAST
102 Louisiana Tech C-USA WEST
103 BYU IND
104 Rutgers BIG TEN EAST
105 Georgia State SUN BELT
106 Florida International C-USA EAST
107 Louisiana-Monroe SUN BELT
108 Illinois BIG TEN WEST
109 Western Kentucky C-USA EAST
110 Cincinnati AMERICAN EAST
111 New Mexico MWC MOUNTAIN
112 La.-Lafayette SUN BELT
113 Connecticut AMERICAN EAST
114 Hawaii MWC WEST
115 Idaho SUN BELT
116 Coastal Carolina SUN BELT
117 South Alabama SUN BELT
118 Georgia Southern SUN BELT
119 Bowling Green MAC EAST
120 Oregon State PAC 12 NORTH
121 East Carolina AMERICAN EAST
122 Old Dominion C-USA EAST
123 Kansas BIG 12
124 Texas State SUN BELT
125 Rice C-USA WEST
126 Kent State MAC EAST
127 Charlotte C-USA EAST
128 San Jose State MWC WEST
129 Ball State MAC WEST
130 UTEP C-USA WEST

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Free College Football Picks – Week 13 2017

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Free Picks College Football Week 13

These games were close to making the cut with our week 13 college football picks but didn’t quite make it as a premium pick:

Nebraska +3 (against Iowa) – Probably Mike Riley’s final game at Nebraska.  I think the team will play hard for him and they’ll win outright.

Tennessee -1 (against Vanderbilt) – Both of these teams stink.  The black cloud that’s been over Tennessee football the past couple of months seems to be clearing.  I think the Vols have more talent and will show it.

Baylor +24 (at TCU) – TCU should have Kenny Hill but I think he’ll be limited.  TCU could be looking ahead to the Big 12 Championship next weekend and not blow Baylor out.  The Bears can stick to within three scores of TCU.

Washington State +9.5 (at Washington) – Big rivalry game.  Wassou is trying to make the Pac-12 title game.  I wouldn’t be shocked if they won this game.

USF/UCF OVER 63.5 (Friday) – I think this becomes a shootout.  I could see both teams getting 40.

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College Football Predictions Week 13 – 2017

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College Football Predictions – Week 13

November 21, 2017

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
101 Kent State 28% Get Predicted 45½u
102 Akron 72% Score -15
103 Bowling Green 30% Get Predicted 59½u
104 Eastern Michigan 70% Score -13
105 Miami (OH) 74% Get Predicted -18
106 Ball State 26% Score 57½u

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November 23, 2017

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
113 Mississippi 27% Get Predicted 62½u
114 Mississippi State 73% Score -16

November 24, 2017

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
115 Baylor 14% Get Predicted 50½u
116 Texas Christian 86% Score -24
117 Western Michigan 44% Get Predicted 61½u
118 Toledo 56% Score -14½
119 Virginia Tech 75% Get Predicted -7
120 Virginia 25% Score 50u
121 Northern Illinois 59% Get Predicted -3
122 Central Michigan 41% Score 53½u
123 Ohio 60% Get Predicted -3½
124 SUNY-Buffalo 40% Score 61u
125 Missouri 70% Get Predicted -11
126 Arkansas 30% Score 71u
127 New Mexico 23% Get Predicted 48u
128 San Diego State 77% Score -20
129 Navy 49% Get Predicted 54½u
130 Houston 51% Score -4½
131 Miami (FL) 75% Get Predicted -14
132 Pittsburgh 25% Score 50u
133 Iowa 69% Get Predicted -3
134 Nebraska 31% Score 54u
135 Texas State 25% Get Predicted 48u
136 Troy 75% Score -25
137 South Florida 33% Get Predicted 63½u
138 Central Florida 67% Score -11
139 Western Kentucky 56% Get Predicted -2
140 Florida International 44% Score 53u
141 Texas Tech 34% Get Predicted 55½u
142 Texas 66% Score -10
143 California 49% Get Predicted 64u
144 UCLA 51% Score -7

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November 25, 2017

TEAM WIN % SCORE VEGAS LINE
145 Connecticut 46% Get Predicted 59u
146 Cincinnati 54% Score -5½
147 Boston College 62% Get Predicted -3½
148 Syracuse 38% Score 55o
149 Michigan State 72% Get Predicted -13½
150 Rutgers 28% Score 39½u
151 Indiana 43% Get Predicted 47u
152 Purdue 57% Score -2½
153 Ohio State 71% Get Predicted -11½
154 Michigan 29% Score 50½u
155 North Carolina 30% Get Predicted 55o
156 North Carolina State 70% Score -16½
157 Duke 40% Get Predicted 57o
158 Wake Forest 60% Score -12
159 Appalachian State 59% Get Predicted -7
160 Georgia State 41% Score 51½u
161 Vanderbilt 47% Get Predicted 46u
162 Tennessee 53% Score -1
163 Iowa State 58% Get Predicted 49½u
164 Kansas State 42% Score -3
165 Louisville 65% Get Predicted -10
166 Kentucky 35% Score 68u
167 Georgia 73% Get Predicted -11
168 Georgia Tech 27% Score 52½u
169 Penn State 97% Get Predicted -21½
170 Maryland 3% Score 57½u
171 Northwestern 80% Get Predicted -16½
172 Illinois 20% Score 46u
173 North Texas 70% Get Predicted -13
174 Rice 30% Score 64u
175 Florida Atlantic 87% Get Predicted -21½
176 UNC Charlotte 13% Score 63½u
177 Utah State 58% Get Predicted 57u
178 Air Force 42% Score -2
179 Southern Miss 44% Get Predicted 48½u
180 Marshall 56% Score -3
181 UNLV 52% Get Predicted 67½u
182 Nevada 48% Score -3
183 Washington State 38% Get Predicted 50u
184 Washington 62% Score -9
185 Wyoming 90% Get Predicted -20
186 San Jose State 10% Score 48½u
187 Colorado 42% Get Predicted 56u
188 Utah 58% Score -10½
189 Arkansas State 65% Get Predicted -8
190 Louisiana-Monroe 35% Score 69u
191 Old Dominion 39% Get Predicted 50u
192 Middle Tennessee St. 61% Score -12
193 Wisconsin 75% Get Predicted -17
194 Minnesota 25% Score 43½u
195 Notre Dame 58% Get Predicted -2
196 Stanford 42% Score 55o
197 Clemson 74% Get Predicted -14
198 South Carolina 26% Score 46½u
199 Texas AM 47% Get Predicted 49½u
200 LSU 53% Score -10½
201 Boise State 60% Get Predicted -7
202 Fresno State 40% Score 48u
203 Tulane 42% Get Predicted 66u
204 SMU 58% Score -8
205 Kansas 1% Get Predicted 69½u
206 Oklahoma State 99% Score -40
207 Arizona 55% Get Predicted 74½u
208 Arizona State 45% Score PK
209 West Virginia 27% Get Predicted 68½o
210 Oklahoma 73% Score -22½
211 Oregon State 25% Get Predicted 64u
212 Oregon 75% Score -26
213 Idaho 40% Get Predicted 55½u
214 New Mexico State 60% Score -8
215 Georgia Southern 48% Get Predicted 57½u
216 Louisiana-Lafayette 52% Score -6
217 Temple 49% Get Predicted -3
218 Tulsa 51% Score 57½u
219 Texas-San Antonio 64% Get Predicted 50u
220 Louisiana Tech 36% Score -1½
221 East Carolina 16% Get Predicted 80o
222 Memphis 84% Score -28
223 UTEP 24% Get Predicted 47½u
224 UAB 76% Score -20
225 Alabama 55% Get Predicted -4½
226 Auburn 45% Score 48u
227 Florida State 52% Get Predicted -5
228 Florida 48% Score 44½u
229 BYU 57% Get Predicted -3
230 Hawaii 43% Score 47u

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