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Saturday College Football Big Ten Title Game Wisconsin @ Michigan St Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – Week 14 NCAA Football Spreads and Odds

Big Ten Football Championship College Football Picks and Spreads: Wisconsin Badgers @ Michigan St Spartans 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on FOX 12/3/11: It’s not often that a highly-anticipated matchup lives up to the hype, but when Wisconsin and Michigan State got together in a battle of top-10 teams in October, they didn’t disappoint. The Spartans won on a desperation pass as time expired, dashing the Badgers’ title hopes while bolstering their own. The teams will go at it again Saturday night in the inaugural Big Ten title game with a trip to the Rose Bowl up for grabs. Even though the 13th-ranked Spartans and 15th-ranked Badgers are both 10-2, Wisconsin is a 9 ½-point favorite in the rematch.

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In the regular season meeting, the Spartans jumped out to an early lead in front of their home crowd and threatened to put the game away early. However, the Badgers regained their footing in time to mount a second half comeback, pulling even late in the game. Overtime seemed inevitable until a Hail Mary pass by Michigan State ended up in the hands of receiver Keith Nichol for the game-winning touchdown. For a Wisconsin team that had some struggles on the road, the best news for Saturday’s game is that it will be played on a neutral field, which could help the Badgers avoid an early hole.

On paper, a defensive battle should be in order. The Badgers rank fourth in the country in scoring defense and the Spartans rank sixth. Neither team is giving up more than 16 points per game for the year. That being said, the 37-31 final in the earlier meeting between the two teams suggest that some points will be scored. There will likely be a few big plays made by both defenses, but the overall tempo of the game will belong to the offenses.

Offensively, the edge goes to the Badgers. Wisconsin’s massive offensive line has helped the Badgers rank 10th in the country in rushing. Quarterback Russell Wilson has given the offense more than enough balance, and the Badgers rank fourth in the country in scoring at 44.8 points per game. The center of the attack is running back Montee Ball, who has scored an incredible 34 touchdowns this season. Ball has a chance to break Barry Sanders’ single-season record of 39 scores, and a big performance Saturday night could turn him into a legitimate Heisman contender.

The X-factor could be Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins. He threw three touchdowns and no interceptions in the victory against the Badgers, and since an ugly loss to Nebraska, he has been brilliant. Cousins has thrown 10 touchdowns compared to just one interception during the last four games, and it is no coincidence that the Spartans have won all four games. If Cousins plays well once again, Michigan State’s chance are greatly improved.

If not for two Hail Mary passes, the Badgers would be undefeated and playing for a spot in the national title game. In short, Wisconsin is probably the best two-loss team in the country. That being said, the Spartans are going to have plenty of confidence going into this matchup. While they might not be able to stop Ball and company from scoring, Wisconsin’s defense wasn’t able to stop Cousins and the Michigan State offense either. There is a budding rivalry between these two programs, and even though the Badgers are the more complete team, 9 ½ points is too generous.

Prediction: Michigan State Spartans (+9 ½) Cover the Spread

College Football: Michigan St @ Wisconsin
Date: 12/3/011
Time: 8:15 PM EST on FOX
Vegas Odds Favorite: Wisconsin -9.5 Total: Over/Under 54.5

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College Football ACC Title Game Clemson @ Virginia Tech Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – ACC Championship Preview

ACC Football Championship College Football Picks and Spreads: Clemson Tigers @ Virginia Tech Hokies 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on ESPN 12/3/11: On October 1, the Clemson Tigers went into Blacksburg and dominated the Virginia Tech Hokies, leaving with a 23-3 victory. At the time, Clemson appeared to be a high-powered scoring machine that was ready to challenge for a national title, while Virginia Tech was searching for an offensive identity. A lot has changed as the two teams prepare to battle again in the ACC title game, and the fifth-ranked Hokies (11-1) are looking like a title contender while three losses in their last four games have left the 20th-ranked Tigers with a 9-3 record and out of the title picture. Even though Clemson knocked of Virginia Tech earlier in the year, the Tigers are seven-point underdogs.

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Unfortunately for Tigers’ fans, the late season collapse is something Clemson has become notorious for over the years. If there is a silver lining to the team’s late season slide, it is the fact that it can be tied directly to injuries and not a lack of focus. Star freshman wide receiver Sammy Watkins has been hampered by injuries the past month, and the same can be said for running back Andre Ellington. It is no coincidence that the Tigers have scored 17 points or less three times since the two were first injured. The good news is that Ellington is improving and Watkins is healthy, which means the Clemson team on the field Saturday will be a lot closer to the one that beat the Hokies the first time around.

That being said, Virginia Tech is a much better team than it was during the first meeting as well. Quarterback Logan Thomas has gotten better as the year has progressed, making the Hokies’ offense much more dynamic and explosive. The threat of a passing game has opened things up for running back David Wilson. Wilson has emerged as the top running back in the ACC, and he is closing in on 1,600 yards while averaging more than six yards per carry. With Wilson and Thomas both firing on all cylinders, Virginia Tech has scored 30 or more points five times during its seven-game winning since losing to the Tigers.

The X-factor in the game could be the Hokies’ defense. The unit ranks seventh in the nation, giving up just 15.5 points per game. Even in the loss to the Tigers, Virginia Tech gave up just 23 points, which was by far the lowest total for Clemson prior to the injury bug taking hold. With the improved Virginia Tech offense likely to score more points and allow the defense more time to rest, Clemson could once again be held around the 20-point mark. This time around, a low-scoring game favors the Hokies.

Saturday’s title game presents a golden opportunity for redemption for the Tigers. Despite falling apart down the stretch, Clemson could still reach a BCS bowl with a win, and the Tigers have a history of playing their best against the better competition. However, the Hokies have the momentum, while the Tigers are still trying to end their recent skid. In the end, the improved play of Thomas could make the difference. The Hokies defense is always stout, and when the offense is holding up its end of the bargain, this team is tough to beat. Virginia Tech has the edge, but a seven-point spread is too much with a BCS bid up for grabs.

Prediction: Clemson Tigers (+7) Cover the Spread

College Football: Clemson vs Virginia Tech
Date: 12/3/011
Time: 8 PM EST on ESPN
Vegas Odds Favorite: Virginia Tech -6.5Total: Over/Under 53

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Saturday College Football Oklahoma @ Oklahoma State Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – Week 14 NCAA Football Spreads and Odds

Week 14 Free College Football Picks and Spreads: Oklahoma Sooners @ Oklahoma St Cowboys 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on ABC Saturday 12/3/11: Conference realignment forced the Big 12 to abandon its divisional format and championship game, but as luck would have, the conference crown will still be decided in the final week of the season. The 10th-ranked Oklahoma Sooners (9-2) will visit the third-ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys (10-1), and the winner will earn an automatic bid to a BCS bowl. For the Cowboys, a win could mean a shot at the national title, but a loss could mean missing out on a BCS bowl all together. Meanwhile, Oklahoma will be trying to salvage a disappointing season by playing spoiler to the rival Cowboys and picking up a Big 12 title in the process.

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Offensively, these two programs are mirror images of each other. High-powered, pass-heavy offenses drive both teams, and they are two of the best in the nation at scoring points. The Cowboys rank second nationally, averaging 49.8 points per game. The Sooners aren’t far behind, averaging 43.0 a contest. Oklahoma State and Oklahoma rank second and third in terms of passing yards per game, with both teams averaging more than 375 yards through the air. It is hard to imagine this game developing into anything other than a high-scoring shootout.

At the center of the scoring outburst will be the opposing quarterbacks. Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones has thrown for more than 4,000 yards and 28 touchdowns this season, while Cowboys’ QB Brandon Weeden has thrown for more than 4,100 yards and 34 scores. Both players have been none to take some chances, logging 12 interceptions each, but Jones is in a more dangerous situation this weekend. While both defenses struggle to defend the pass, the Cowboys also lead the nation in forcing turnovers. Giving either side extra possessions on offense, is a recipe for disaster.

The Sooners’ chances are also hurt by the fact that star receiver Ryan Broyles is out for the year with a knee injury. Oklahoma certainly missed him and his big play ability in a 45-38 loss to Baylor two weeks ago, and the Sooners could use all the firepower they can get to outscore the Cowboys.  Meanwhile, Oklahoma State’s star receiver Justin Blackmon is fully healthy and has been a monster lately. In what should be a high-scoring game, Blackmon’s ability to make big play will be crucial.

While the passing game for both teams will be at the forefront, the X-factor could be Oklahoma State running back Joseph Randle. He has run for more than 1,000 yards this season and has scored an impressive 21 touchdowns. Randle gives the Oklahoma State offense a change of pace option that the Sooners lack. More importantly, he gives them another weapon in the red zone when passing lanes become tough to find. With Oklahoma’s defense begin forced to focus on stopping Weeden, Randle could have a big game.

This game is likely going to be a back-and-forth offensive outburst. These two teams don’t like each other to begin with, and the intensity is only going to increase with a Big 12 title and a BCS bowl on the line. The Cowboys have had the more balanced and more effective offense all season, and with the Sooners missing Broyles, Oklahoma will likely come up a few plays short in this one.

Prediction: Oklahoma State Cowboys (-3) Cover the Spread

Free College Football Picks and NCAAF Predictions: Oklahoma St -3 to cover the spread

College Football: Oklahoma @ Oklahoma St
Date: 12/3/11
Time: 8:00 PM EST on ABC
Vegas Odds Favorite: Oklahoma St -3.5 Total: Over/Under 71

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Saturday College Football Texas @ Baylor Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – Week 14 NCAA Football Spreads and Odds

Week 14 Free College Football Picks and Spreads: Texas Longhorns @ Baylor Bears 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on ABC Saturday 12/3/11: Although the Big 12 title will be decided later in the afternoon, Saturday’s meeting between the 22nd-ranked Texas Longhorns (7-4) and 17th-ranked Baylor Bears (8-3) could still decide an important honor for the conference. Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III has thrust himself into the thick of the Heisman conversation, and Saturday’s game is his last chance to impress voters. That being said, the Longhorns won’t be doing him any favors, and Texas would love nothing more to end his Heisman hopes. However, the Bears are 2 ½-point favorites in this matchup.

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The focus of this game is going to be Griffin III. Texas and Baylor are already bowl eligible, and neither is going to make a BCS bowl regardless of the outcome. Granted, winning is always important, but in terms of the big-picture, Griffin III has the most to gain. Entering the game, Griffin III has thrown for 34 touchdowns and just five interceptions, while completing more than 72 percent of his passes. He has also run for more than 600 yards and seven scores. He put himself on the map with a comeback win in the closing seconds against Oklahoma, and with the voters now watching, he could seal the deal with a big game Saturday.

For the Longhorns, slowing down Griffin III won’t be easy. Baylor ranks fifth in the country in terms of passing yards per game, 17th in rushing yards, and sixth in points per game at 43.1 a contest. Texas has been solid on defense, giving up just 21.0 points per game, but the unit struggled against the high-powered offenses of Oklahoma State and Oklahoma. Baylor is every bit as potent on offense, and the Longhorns’ defense could be in for another long afternoon.

While the Bears are likely to put some points on the board, the Longhorns may have a chance to control the tempo on offense. Texas gains more than 200 yards per game on the ground, and Baylor has struggled on defense, ranking 111th in the country at 36.7 points per game. If the Longhorns can go on extended scoring drivers and dominate the time of possession, Griffin III and the Baylor offense will have less time to do damage.

Playing at home will be an advantage for the Bears as well. Baylor has yet to lose at home this season, and Griffin III and company have scored at least 42 points in all but one of their home games. Overall, the Bears really don’t have a bad loss on their resume. Baylor has lost on the road to Kansas State, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M. The Longhorns aren’t any better than those teams, and Baylor gets to face them on their home field.

While the Heisman may be an individual award, it reflects a player’s entire team. Griffin III will likely get a special effort from his teammates this weekend because they all know what the Heisman would mean to him and the school. The Bears have been scoring in bunches all season, and it is hard to imagine that a Texas team that is averaging just 15 points per game in its last three can keep pace. Baylor has been unbeatable at home, and the best season the school has had in quite some time should end on a high note.

Prediction: Baylor Bears (-2 ½) Cover the Spread

Free College Football Picks and NCAAF Predictions: Baylor -2.5 to cover the spread

College Football: Texas @ Baylor
Date: 12/3/11
Time: 3:30 PM EST on ABC
Vegas Odds Favorite: Baylor -2.5 Total: Over/Under 61.5

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College Football SEC Title Game Georgia @ LSU Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – SEC Championship Preview

SEC Football Championship College Football Picks and Spreads: Georgia Bulldogs vs LSU Tigers 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on CBS 12/3/11: All season long, the LSU Tigers have knocked off every opponent that stood in their way. Now, the top-ranked Tigers (12-0) are one win away from winning the SEC title and punching their ticket to the BCS title game. The 14th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs (10-2) will try to do what no other team has been able to and derail LSU. The prize for an upset would be a conference title and an automatic trip to a BCS bowl. However, the Tigers haven’t even been challenged this year outside of an overtime win against second-ranked Alabama, and they are 13 ½-point favorites in the SEC championship game.

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The strength of LSU has been its physical and hard-hitting defense. The Tigers rank second in the country in terms of points allowed, giving up just 10.6 per contest. LSU has arguably the deepest group of defensive linemen and the stingiest secondary. Needless to say, the Tigers have made life for opposing offenses miserable offenses. Even the high-powered offense of the third-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks managed just 17 points against the Tigers, and that total included a defensive score. Georgia is averaging a respectable 34.0 points per game this season, but the Bulldogs will be lucky to approach that number this weekend.

For Georgia, any hope of an upset depends on the play of quarterback Aaron Murray. The sophomore is a star in the making, and his 32 touchdowns this season are already a Georgia record. He has gotten better as the year has gone on, throwing four or more touchdowns in three of the last four games of the regular season. No quarterback has been able to figure out the LSU defense, but Murray may just be the most talented player at the position to give it a try.

Even if Murray exceeds expectations, the Bulldogs are going to still need help from their defense. LSU’s power running game has bulldozed opposing defenses to the tune of 38.2 points per game and more than 215 yards per game on the ground. The Tigers’ offensive style keeps turnovers to a minimum and allows an already dominating defense time to rest. Georgia’s defense has been stout in its own right, giving up just 17.8 points per game, but the unit will have to find a way to get the LSU offense off the field at every opportunity. If the Tigers start running the ball early and often, it will only be a matter of time before the Bulldogs’ defense breaks.

The X-factor in the game could be LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu. The sophomore is a game changer on defense and in the return game. He has two interceptions and five forced fumbles to go along with 67 tackles, and he is like an additional offensive weapon with his nose for finding the end zone on kick returns and after turnovers. Had Mathieu not been suspended at one point for a rule infraction, he may have had a shot at the Heisman Trophy. He is one player for the Tigers that can turn a close game into a blowout in the matter of seconds.                     

A 10-win season in the SEC is nothing to be ashamed of, but the Bulldogs did manage to dodge SEC West powerhouses LSU, Alabama and Arkansas during the regular season. Meanwhile, the Tigers went into Tuscaloosa and outlasted the Crimson Tide, and they have steamrolled every other opponent. In a year of upsets, LSU has been the one constant. Les Miles’ bunch isn’t going to have a letdown after coming this far, and the end result could be ugly for the Bulldogs.

Prediction: LSU Tigers (-13 ½) Cover the Spread

College Football: LSU vs Georgia
Date: 12/3/011
Time: 4 PM EST on CBS
Vegas Odds Favorite: LSU -13.5Total: Over/Under 46.5

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College Football Conference USA Title Game Southern Miss @ Houston Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – Week 14 NCAA Football Spreads and Odds

CUSA Championship College Football Picks and Spreads: Southern Miss Golden Eagles @ Houston Cougars 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on ABC 12/3/11: While the Conference USA title game isn’t usually headline news, this year’s installment has the chance to be historical. The sixth-ranked Houston Cougars (12-0) have a chance to become just the fifth team to qualify for a BCS bowl without being a member of a conference with an automatic bid. Standing in the Cougars’ way are the 24th-ranked Southern Golden Eagles (10-2), who would love to continue to climb the polls by playing the role of spoiler. Doing so will be easier said than done, and the Golden Eagles are 12 ½-point underdogs in this one.

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There is no question that the pressure is on the Cougars this Saturday. A win for Houston puts them in elite company in terms of non-BCS conference schools, potentially changing the stature of the football program. At the same time, a loss will instantly thrust Houston back into the realm of irrelevancy and into a bowl game that they could have played in with three or four losses. The Cougars have handled their business so far, beating their toughest competition with ease in the final weeks. However, Saturday’s game against a Southern Miss team with nothing to lose will be Houston’s true test.

Of course, no team reaches the 12-0 mark without having some great players, and Houston is fortunate to have one of the best quarterbacks in college history under center. Case Keenum is likely on his way to New York as a Heisman finalist, and given his numbers this season and in his career, he more than deserves the honor. Keenum has thrown for more than 4,700 yards and 43 touchdowns this season, powering the Cougars to the top-scoring offense in the country at 52.7 points per game. For his career, Keenum is the all-time leader passing touchdowns and passing yards.

While Houston has been an offensive juggernaut, the Golden Eagles haven’t been bad in their own right. Southern Miss ranks 15th in the country in scoring and has a balanced attack that averages more than 260 passing yards and 200 rushing yards per game. Throw in the Golden Eagles’ defense that ranks 25th in the country, giving up less than 20 points per game, and Southern Miss has the tools its needs to compete with the Cougars. More importantly, the Golden Eagles have flexed their muscles against some legitimate competition, winning at Virginia and Navy.

The X-factor could be Houston receiver Patrick Edwards. He has 1,496 yards and 18 touchdowns on the season, and he has had at least three touchdowns in three of his last five games. Edwards and Keenum have been in sync down the stretch, and when Edwards is making big plays in the passing game, Houston’s already powerful offense becomes next to unstoppable. He is one player that when he is in the zone, Southern Miss may not be able to stop.

In the end, the issue for the Golden Eagles could be keeping pace. Southern Miss has only played two conference opponents that have .500 records or above, and the Golden Eagles are 1-1 in those games and have failed to top 27 points. Houston will probably be pushing the 40-point mark Saturday, and Southern Miss’ track record against top competition doesn’t bode well. The Cougars have outscored opponents all season, and a letdown seems unlikely now that Keenum and company are one game away from history. The spread just isn’t enough when the top offense in the country is involved.

Prediction: Houston Cougars (-12 ½) Cover the Spread

College Football: So Miss @ Houston
Date: 12/3/011
Time: 12 PM EST on ABC
Vegas Odds Favorite: Houston -13.5Total: Over/Under 73.5

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College Football PAC-12 Title Game UCLA @ Oregon Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – PAC 12 Championship Preview

PAC 12 Championship College Football Picks and Spreads: UCLA Bruins @ Oregon Ducks 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on FOX 12/2/11: The inaugural PAC-12 title game will be played Friday night, but the matchup isn’t exactly noteworthy. Sure, the eighth-ranked Oregon Ducks (10-2) are a worthy representative, but they will be 31 ½-point favorites when they face the UCLA Bruins (6-6). Several factors came together to produce such a lackluster championship game, starting with the fact that the fourth-ranked Stanford Cardinal (11-1) are in the same division as the Ducks. The bigger issue was that the only team in the PAC-12 South that felt like playing decent football this season was the ninth-ranked USC Trojans (10-2), but USC is ineligible for postseason play because of the Reggie Bush fiasco. The end result is Friday’s meeting between the Bruins and Ducks, which has blowout written all over it.

Oregon is an offensive juggernaut. Chip Kelley’s spread-option attack is averaging almost 46 points per game this season, which is good enough for third in the country. The Ducks are powered by big plays, and they absolutely shred opponents on the ground to the tune of more than 290 yards per game. That total ranks fifth in the nation, and while Oregon doesn’t have to pass to win, the Ducks do throw for almost 220 yards per game. Speed kills, and the Ducks have plenty of it. Only the top-ranked LSU Tigers have contained the Ducks this season, and the Bruins aren’t anywhere close to the Tigers on the defensive side of the ball. In fact, UCLA is surrendering more than 30 points a game to opponents, and Oregon should keep the scoreboard operator bust Friday night.

Not surprisingly, the Ducks have star power to spare on the offensive side of the ball. Running back LaMichael James has more than 1,400 yards and 14 scores, and he missed almost three full games with an elbow injury. Backup Kenjon Barner has chipped in with more than 800 yards on the ground and 11 scores, and both backs average more than 6.5 yards per carry. Quarterback Darron Thomas has added 27 touchdowns through the air, and receiver De’Anthony Thomas is an explosive weapon in the passing game and on special teams.

Granted, UCLA isn’t without some talent on offense. Running backs Johnathan Franklin and Derrick Coleman have both had solid seasons, combining for 16 touchdowns and more than 1,500 yards. The duo has averaged more than five yards per carry, and the Bruins rank inside the top 30 nationally in terms of rushing yards per game. Unfortunately, a run-heavy, ball-control offense isn’t that effective without a defense to back it up. Against a quick-strike Oregon offense, the Bruins’ run game could be taken out of the equation early. If the Bruins fall behind big in the first quarter, the blowout could begin.

It’s hard not to question the focus of the Bruins as well. After all, they backed their way into the title game and are coming off a 50-0 disaster at the hands of the Trojans. UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel was fired earlier in the week, and while it would be funny to see what the school would do if the Bruins pulled the upset and made a BCS bowl, the truth of the matter is that Neuheisel is a lame duck coach facing an Oregon team that has a chance to make one last statement to voters.

This game could get ugly early, and unless the Ducks are committing a bunch of turnovers, there is no reason the PAC-12 championship should be in doubt. The Bruins have been blown out plenty of times this season, and while it might not be as bad as last weekend’s 5-point defeat to USC, the Ducks should have no trouble covering the sizeable spread. UCLA has given up at least 45 points on four occasions this year, and Oregon should make that five occasions in a big win Friday night.

Prediction: Oregon Ducks (-31 ½) Cover the Spread

College Football: UCLA @ Oregon
Date: 12/2/011
Time: 8 PM EST on FOX
Vegas Odds Favorite: Oregon -31.5Total: Over/Under 66.5

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College Football MAC Championship Game Ohio @ Northern Illinois Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – MAC Title Game Preview

MAC Championship College Football Picks and Spreads: Ohio Bobcats @ Northern Illinois Huskies 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on ESPN2 12/2/11: The MAC Championship will be up for grabs Friday when the Ohio Bobcats (9-3) face the Northern Illinois Huskies (9-3). Both teams have provided plenty of excitement this season thanks to high-powered, high-scoring offenses. The MAC is consistently underrated on the national level, but this matchup has a chance to showcase the talent that exists in the conference. This game has all the makings of a shootout.

Northern Illinois has been living by its offense all season, and considering the Huskies rank 11th in the country at nearly 40 points per game, it isn’t a bad thing. Northern Illinois had plenty of tests along the way, including a 41-38 victory against Ball State and a 63-60 win against Toledo. The Bobcats can relate, beating Bowling Green 29-28 and Temple 35-31 on their way to the conference title game. These two schools have earned the opportunity to play for the MAC championship, and neither side is likely to go down without a fight.

In terms of star power, the edge goes to the Huskies. Quarterback Chandler Harnish had a spectacular season, and he is a dual-threat talent that can take over a game. He finished the year with nearly 2,700 yards passing and 23 touchdowns to go along with more than 1,300 rushing yards and 11 more scores. As a team, the Huskies rank eighth in the country in rush yards per game. Harnish gives Northern Illinois the luxury of running a variety of offensive formations, including the triple option and the spread attack. His versatility is a big reason why defense have struggled against the Huskies.

Ohio counters with a versatile QB of its own, and while Tyler Tettleton isn’t the runner that Harnish is, he did top 500 yards on the ground this season. More importantly, he is an excellent passer. Tettleton finished the season with almost 2,900 yards and 26 touchdowns through the air. He led a balanced Bobcat offense that finished in the top 40 in both rushing and passing yards per game. Ohio may not have one player as dynamic as Harnish, but the Bobcats do have plenty of talent on the offensive side of the ball.

The biggest difference between the two teams comes on defense. While the Bobcats have been relatively strong, holding opponents to just 22.0 points per game, the Huskies have been gashed on several occasions. For the year, the Northern Illinois defense is allowing 32.0 points per game. More often than not, Harnish and company have been able to outscore the opposition. However, the Bobcats have an offense capable of exposing a bad defensive unit.

The X-factor in the game could be Ohio receiver LaVon Brazill. He has more than 900 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns entering Friday’s title game, and he is the most polished player at the position on either side. Against a shaky Northern Illinois secondary, Brazill could have a huge night. He could provide the big plays on offense that the Bobcats need to compete with the explosiveness of Harnish.

In the end, Northern Illinois’ struggles on defense could come back to haunt them. Ohio is one of the best defensive teams in the conference, and while nobody has been able to stop Harnish, the Bobcats should be able to control him. Meanwhile, Tettleton and the Ohio offense should have little trouble putting up points of their own. The MAC has been a conference of back-and-forth affairs this season, and the championship game should follow suit. In a close game, the Bobcats’ superior defense should make the difference.

Prediction: Ohio Bobcats (+3.5) Cover the Spread

College Football: Ohio @ No Illinois
Date: 12/2/011
Time: 7 PM EST on ESPN2
Vegas Odds Favorite: No Illinois -3.5Total: Over/Under 70

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Saturday College Football Georgia @ Georgia Tech Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – Week 12 NCAA Football Spreads and Odds

Week 12 Free College Football Picks and Spreads: Georgia Bulldogs @ Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on ESPN Saturday 11/26/11: Regardless of what happens Saturday, the 13th-ranked Georgia Bulldogs (9-2) know they will be playing LSU in the SEC Title Game, and the 23rd-ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (8-3) know they can’t play for the ACC title. Despite nothing being at stake in terms of the big picture for both programs, Saturday’s meeting between the two schools is sure to be fierce. The in-state rivals will be playing for bragging rights, and that alone should bring out the best from both sides. Before their matchup with the top-ranked Tigers, the Bulldogs are six-point favorites against the Yellow Jackets.

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Both teams have potent offenses, ranking inside the top 25 in terms of points scored. However, the two systems are about as different as possible. Georgia Tech runs a triple-option attack and ranks second in the country with 323.5 rushing yards per game. In contrast, the Yellow Jackets rank 112th in the country in passing. Meanwhile, Georgia is powered by a balanced, pro-style attack that ranks inside the top 50 nationally in passing and rushing. The end result has been the same on the scoreboard, but that is where the similarities end.

For the Bulldogs, their offensive success hinges on the play of quarterback Aaron Murray. The sophomore has already set the school record with 28 passing touchdowns this season, and he is well on his way to becoming the most productive player at the position in Georgia’s history. His big arm has allowed the offense to stretch and spread the field better than it has in years past. The results have shown on the stat sheet and in the win column. If Murray has a big game, Georgia will be tough to beat.

Georgia Tech has an impressive QB as well, but Tevin Washington has been doing his damage with his legs rather than his arm. Washington leads the Yellow Jackets in rushing this season and has scored a team-high 14 touchdowns on the ground. He has 24 touchdowns overall, and when he is making the proper decisions with the ball, the triple option is tough to stop. A 26-point effort against a tough Virginia Tech defense is testament to that, as well as a 31-point showing in an upset win against then-undefeated Clemson.

The X-factor for the Bulldogs is likely running back Isaiah Crowell. The freshman has impressed most of the year, leading Georgia in rushing. He gives the offense balance, which opens things up for Murray. The Yellow Jackets counter with receiver Stephen Hill. He has just 23 catches on the year, but he has more than 700 yards. At more than 30 yards per catch, Hill’s explosiveness speaks for itself. If he can deliver a couple of big plays, the potent Georgia Tech rushing attack becomes even more deadly.

In the end, the difference in the game could be the defense of the Bulldogs. Since dropping their first two games of the year, the Bulldogs’ defense has surrendered more than 20 points just once during their nine-game winning streak. The unit currently ranks 11th in the country in terms of points allowed, and Georgia defenders have the size and athleticism needed to take on the triple-option attack of the Yellow Jackets.

If this matchup was against any team other than Georgia Tech, the Bulldogs might be in danger of a trap game. However, the rivalry will make sure that Georgia isn’t looking ahead to the conference title game. Meanwhile, Murray and the Bulldogs’ offense should have no trouble putting up points against the Yellow Jackets’ defense, and while the Georgia Tech offense will likely hit a few big plays with its option attack, Georgia’s stout defense will hold it owns. The Bulldogs are a well-rounded team on both sides of the ball and should prevail.

Prediction: Georgia Bulldogs (-5.5) Covers the Spread

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College Football: Georgia @ Georgia Tech
Date: 11/26/011
Time: 12 PM EST on ESPN
Vegas Odds Favorite: Georgia -5.5 Total: Over/Under 55

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Saturday Night College Football Oklahoma @ Baylor Odds, Free Picks and Predictions – Week 11 NCAA Football Spreads and Odds

Week 11 Free College Football Picks and Spreads: Oklahoma Sooners @ Baylor Bears 2011 NCAA Football Vegas Odds, Free Picks, and Expert Predictions on ABC Saturday 11/19/11: With their national title hopes suddenly renewed, the fifth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners (8-1) will go on the road to face the 22nd-ranked Baylor Bears (6-3) Saturday night. While all the media attention is going to the potential matchup between the Sooners and second-ranked Cowboys at the end of the year, this weekend’s game should contain plenty of fireworks as well. Both Oklahoma and Baylor have high-powered offenses, and as the Sooners’ loss to Texas Tech suggests, anything can happen when a team can put a lot of points on the board. That being said, the Bears are 15 ½-point underdogs in this one.

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Offense has powered both programs this season, and the Sooners enter the matchup sixth in the country in terms of scoring, averaging 45.4 points per game. The Bears aren’t bad either, ranking 11th in the country at 40.3 points per game. Both teams rely heavily on the pass, with Baylor ranking sixth at almost 360 yards per game and Oklahoma ranking third at more than 380 per contest. An aerial assault could be on tap, and the scoreboard could be lighting up all night.

In terms of balance on offense, the edge goes to Baylor. While the Sooners are just mediocre when it comes to running the ball, the Bears rank inside the top 20 nationally. Baylor is averaging more than 200 yards per game on the ground. Granted, the Sooners haven’t had any problem winning with a somewhat one-dimensional offense, but it is always nice to have a backup plan.

At the center of the matchup will be the two quarterbacks. Oklahoma’s Landry Jones and Baylor’s Robert Griffin III have both put up Heisman-worthy numbers. Jones has thrown for more than 3,300 yards and 28 touchdowns, and Griffin III is just shy of 3,100 yards and has added 29 passing touchdowns. The big difference between the two players is that Griffin III has also rushed more almost 500 yards, while Jones is a pure pocket passer.

For the Sooners, the biggest challenge could be trying to replace star receiver Ryan Broyles, who will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. Broyles has more than twice as many catches and yards as any other receiver on Oklahoma’s roster, which could mean a drop off in the powerful Sooners’ passing attack. Receiver Kenny Stills has been Jones’ No. 2 option all season, and he will have to help fill the void.

The deciding factor in a game between two powerful offenses could be the opposing defenses. While the Sooners blitzing defense is yielding less than 20 points per game, the Bears’ unit ranks 108th in the country in scoring, giving up 36.0 points per game. Baylor has been able to overcome its defensive shortcomings thanks to its powerful offense, but the Bears have struggled against the other potent offenses in the Big 12. In fact, Baylor’s three losses have come against Kansas State, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M, and the Cowboys and Aggies have two high-powered passing attacks that very similar to the offense the Sooners run.

Griffin III is without question the most dynamic and explosive player in this matchup, but against the top teams in the conference, he hasn’t been enough to get Baylor over the hump. More importantly, the porous Bears’ defense will likely be in more another gashing at the hands of Jones and company. Even without Broyles, Bob Stoops’ spread passing attack is going to put up points. Baylor just won’t be able to keep pace with Oklahoma during the course of the game, particularly if Griffin III is forced to play from behind early. The Sooners can get after the quarterback, and while Griffin III will have some highlight moments, Oklahoma is the better team on both sides of the ball.

Prediction: Oklahoma Sooners (-15 ½) Cover the Spread

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College Football: Oklahoma @ Baylor
Date: 11/19/011
Time: 8 PM EST on ABC
Vegas Odds Favorite: Oklahoma -15.5 Total: Over/Under 75

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