College Football Week 11 Betting Cheat Sheet

College Football Week 11 Betting Cheat Sheet

Week 11 in College Football should bring even more separation to the teams that remain on the College Football Playoff Top 25 and the teams that don’t. Without a doubt the biggest game on the schedule pits No. 11 Oklahoma against No. 4 Baylor.

College Football Playoff rankings don’t come out until later this week. The rankings listed are those from the AP Poll. Keep reading to find out college football Week 11’s best ATS, Over/Under and Moneyline picks!

College Football Week 11 ATS Picks

USC at Colorado
When: Friday, Nov. 13 at 9:00 pm ET
Odds: USC -16

The Trojans had trouble against Arizona’s defense in the first half of their 38 to 30 win over the Wildcats. Arizona’s undersized defense was beating USC’s offensive line.

Things changed in the second half once USC’s O-Line began to overpower the undersized Cats. Colorado has won 1 out of its last 5 games. The Buffaloes don’t match up well with many teams in the Pac 12. They really don’t match up well with USC who has the offense to score at will against Colorado’s defense.  

Pick: USC

No. 11 Florida at South Carolina
When: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 12:00 pm ET
Odds: Florida -7.5

It’s been a really bad year for South Carolina. The Gamecocks are 3 and 6 on the season. What’s surprising is that South Carolina is 5 and 4 against the spread overall and 3 and 0 against the spread in their last 3.

The problem with facing Florida is that the Gators struggle against good defensive teams. South Carolina isn’t a good defensive team this season. The Gamecocks allow an average of 428 yards and over 27 points per game.  

Pick: Florida

Kansas at No. 13 TCU
When: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 1:00 pm ET
Odds: TCU -45

The Horned Frogs have no choice but to obliterate every team remaining on its schedule if it hopes to get back into the good graces of the College Football Playoff Selection Committee.

Both Oklahoma and Baylor are left on TCU’s schedule. That could help the Horned Frogs if they were to win both games Mission Obliteration starts this Saturday with a 50 point win against Kansas at home.

Pick: TCU

College Football Week 11 Game Total Over/Under Picks

Maryland at No. 14 Michigan State
When: Thursday, Nov. 14 at 12:00 pm ET

Michigan State has to be smarting after giving up a touchdown in the final minute against Nebraska and, then, mismanaging the clock even though the Cornhuskers gave the Spartans the ball at around their 45 yard line.

Maryland isn’t a very good football team. Sparty has a chance to bounce back. Like TCU, they need a big win. But, the Spartans will give up points in this. The over is 3 and 1 in Maryland’s last 4 games.

Pick: Over

Miami at No. 17 North Carolina
When: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 3:30 pm ET

Miami has turned it on recently. The Hurricanes are 3 and 2 against the spread. But, the over is 2 and 3 in the Hurricanes’ last 5 games.

North Carolina has been one of the most impressive teams in college football since Week 2 of the season. A terrible loss to South Carolina to open up the season is the reason that North Carolina isn’t in the Top 10 of the ranking.  

The Tar Heels are likely to play a more conservative game in this. Expect a low-scoring affair with North Carolina coming out on top.

Pick: Under  

Nebraska at Rutgers
When: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 3:30 pm ET

After upsetting Michigan State, Nebraska Coach Mike Riley most likely saved his job, right? Not really. A loss to Rutgers would doom him.

The problem Nebraska is going to have is that Rutgers is a really good offensive football team. This game could come down to who gets the extra possession in the final quarter. In any case, expect a high-scoring affair since both teams like to air it out.

Pick: Over

College Football Week 11 Straight Up Moneyline Picks

Texas at West Virginia
When: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 12:00 pm ET
Odds: West Virginia -7.5

West Virginia is favored, but Texas is the team that’s been on a roll. The Longhorns have won 3 out of their last 4 including beating Oklahoma and Kansas State. The problem for Texas is the road loss to Iowa State. That was just plain bad.

West Virginia broke a 4 game losing streak to Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Baylor and TCU by beating Texas Tech in their last. This will be a close game between 2 decent teams. Go with the dog on the moneyline.

Pick: Texas

No. 12 Oklahoma at No. 4 Baylor
Odds: Baylor -4.5
When: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 8:00 pm ET

It’s going to be impossible to keep Baylor out of the College Football Playoff if the Bears beat Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and TCU, the three ranked teams that they play all in a row.

It starts with Oklahoma this Saturday. The Sooners have been ultra-impressive in their last 4 games, but new Baylor QB Jarrett Stidham played well against Kansas State, throwing for 419 yards and 3 touchdowns with no interceptions, even though the team didn’t. Expect Baylor to make a statement.

Pick: Baylor

Washington State at No. 18 UCLA
When: Saturday, Nov. 14 at 10:45 pm ET
Odds: UCLA -8

UCLA didn’t just find a defense. They’ve been playing against subpar teams and easily beating those subpar teams.  

Washington State is not a subpar team. The Cougars are 6 and 3 straight up. They covered in 6 straight and are the only team in the Pac 12 to keep it close against Stanford in a 28 to 30 loss 3 games ago. Washington State wins this one on the moneyline.

Pick: Washington State