The quickest way to boost your sports betting bankroll is to pick a winning moneyline upset bet. I have a trio of moneyline upset picks for College Football Week 12 action. Happy hunting!
Moneyline Upset Picks College Football Week 12
#13 Syracuse +275 vs #3 Notre Dame -335
When: Saturday, Nov. 17 at 2:30 pm ET
Where: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY
Analysis: Notre Dame has been every bit the College Football Playoff darling this season that so many college football analysts believed they’d be. The Irish are undefeated. But, is Notre Dame undefeated because they’re one of the Top 4 teams in the nation? Or, are they undefeated because they’ve battled mostly bad teams?
Syracuse might be the best team the Irish have faced since Week 1 when they beat Michigan. Syracuse has a real shot to upset the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the moneyline. The Cuse has won 4 straight. They’ve gone 3-0 ATS in those 4 wins.
Even if Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book can go, it’s hard to look past the Irish possibly not showing up with their best. Syracuse pulls off the upset.
Cincinnati +245 at #12 UCF -290
When: Saturday, Nov. 17 at 3:30 pm ET
Where: Spectrum Stadium, Orlando, FL
Analysis: The odds makers give Cincinnati plenty of love to keep this one close on Saturday. UCF hasn’t been less than a -10.5 home favorite yet this season. The odds makers believe that college football handicappers will back the Bearcats at +7.5.
I’m not even looking at betting the Bearcats against the spread. Cincinnati’s got a solid defense, one that only allows 15 points per game. UCF’s defense should have trouble stopping the Bearcats from piling on points.
Central Florida’s dream of another undefeated season ends on Saturday.
Arizona +310 at #8 Washington State -370
When: Saturday, Nov. 17 at 10:30 pm ET
Where: Martin Stadium, Pullman, WA
Analysis: The Washington State Cougars could end up ranked #6 on the College Football Playoff Rankings. They’ll need to finish out the season undefeated and the Pac 12 champs to have any shot to make it into the CFP.
Like UCF’s dreams of going undefeated, WASU’s dream of getting into the CFP could come crashing down on Nov. 17.
Arizona’s been hot. The Wildcats have not only won 2 in a row, but they enter this game off a bye. The Wildcats should be healthier than they’ve been since the beginning of the season. Because the Cougars battle interstate rival Washington on Nov. 23, there’s a chance they overlook the Cats this Saturday.
U of A pulls off the massive upset victory.