Ncaa Football Week 11 Picks
November 12, 2011 by staff
Ncaa Football Week 11 Picks, Florida Gators @ South Carolina Gameccks (-3.5) I just can’t believe in the Florida Gators for one second. I don’t even like South Carolina very much, it’s just that they are a better team than Florida. They are tougher, they are more physical, and quite honestly, I think it will be hard for the Gators to put many points up in South Carolina. The Gameccks don’t have a pretty offense either, and their best players coming into the season on the O side of the ball are either kicked off the team (quarterback) or out with injury (running back). But the Gators won’t be able to run and that’s all they got. Gameccks 20-13.
Texas Longhorns @ Missouri Tigers (+1.5)
One of these weeks my feeling on Texas has to be right. When I watch these two teams play, I have to believe that Missouri is the more complete unit. Texas might be able to out-athlete the Tigers a little bit, but I think the better football team prevails at home in this one. As a tiny tiny underdog, this almost fits my “bet the lower rated favorite” schema. As a 1.5 point dog, the books have to be thinking that everyone will be on Texas. That means they’re on my side. I hate to say it, but I like when the books and my thoughts are on the same page.
TCU Horned Frogs @ Boise State Broncos (-15)
The Horned Frogs are going to come out playing the Broncos tough. They aren’t too shy to go play Boise in Boise, and they are a tough nosed football team that is very well coached. But, Boise isn’t just well coached, they might have the best coaching staff in all the land. And they have better players, much better players. Kellen Moore might not win the Heisman, the Nation Championship, or get drafted in the 1st round of the NFL Draft. But he’s the best college quarterback there is. And this is a college football game. Look for Boise to win easily at home after a close one in the first half.
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