College Football Predictions Week 11: Texas Longhorns and Teams Guaranteed to Cover
As we get closer to kickoff for our early games there is time to still put a wager down on the noon kickoff games. There is a large slate of games to choose from, but there are only a few games where the favorites are guaranteed to cover.
These three teams all have games that have an easy point spread, match up well with their opponents and have a better record.
Take these three teams and bet the house today.
Texas Longhorns (-1.5) at Missouri Tigers
After two losses to the Longhorns, Texas has bounced back in a big way by taking down Texas Tech and Kansas with blow out victories. This week, they are on the road in Missouri to play a good Tigers defense.
However, this Texas offense will come out in and overwhelm this Tigers defense today. The one and a half point spread is one of the easiest point spreads to cover this week. Take Texas big today.
Ohio State Buckeyes (-8) at Purdue Boilermakers
Ohio State may not have their same explosive offense that they had in the last few years, but they still have a great defense. It’s that defense that has carried this team to a good season through nine games.
This week against a bad Purdue defense, Ohio State will have no problems in covering that eight point spread. Purdue’s offense will have a tough time scoring on this Buckeye defense today.
South Carolina Gamecocks (-3) vs. Florida Gators
The Gamecocks have gone through a lot this season. From the off field issues, to their key players getting injured, South Carolina has seen it all. But, they have survived through it all as they still have had a great year.
This week against Florida, they have a chance to stay close in the race for the SEC East division title. Gamecocks cover in this game with a lot of wide receiver Alshon Jeffery today.
Three teams that you should put a lot of money on today. If you don’t you risk the chance at doubling up your earnings.
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