College Football Predictions Week 8: Texas A&M and Double-Digit Lock Covers
Double digit covers are very hard to put faith into. First off the team who is favored has to blow out the team they are facing. Second, now teams are playing in their conference portion of their schedule, as teams are playing talent that is even with theirs.
However, there are still teams that have these double digit covers, that will have no problem in covering this point spread.
The Noon games have already kicked off, but there are still a wave of games that are yet to come starting at 3:30.
Here are your double digit covers that are locks.
Texas A&M (-21) at Iowa State
Texas A&M has an offense that can put up an insane amount of points in any week. This week, against a bad Iowa State defense, Ryan Tannehill will have a huge day throwing for another four-to-five touchdowns today.
The Aggies will be able to cover this spread very easily today as they win this game by 28 points or more.
Nebraska (-25 1/2) at Minnesota
Nebraska fans can rest easy this week, as their Cornhuskers do not have to worry about their team winning this week, unlike the last two weeks.
This week against an awful Minnesota Gophers football team, they will be able to put up as many points as this offense is on the field. If you have a chance to put a wager on this game, do it right now.
Nebraska will be able to win this game by 40 or more points this week.
Oregon (-31) at Colorado
Oregon is a touchdown machine, even without starting running back LaMichael James. They lose the running back to an injury and just replace him with a kid that’s just as fast and looks just as good as James.
This week against a terrible Colorado team, they will be able to put up 50 to 60 points on the road.
Three teams that not only will be able to cover, they’ll be able to beat the over/under that is put on this game as well. Take a look at what that number is, to make a little extra money on this game.
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