Games to Watch - Week 11
November 6, 2018
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College Football Week 11: Games to Watch
The current rankings in college football are not really up for debate, but that could very well change over the next few weeks. Looking at things as they stand now, it could well be the Notre Dame Fighting Irish who could be in trouble. Even if they go unbeaten the rest of the way, they may end up getting bumped in favor of a Power 5 team with won loss and a conference title. That said, it could all play out very differently, as this season has proven that we should take nothing for granted.
Let’s now look ahead to Week 11 to pick out the best games on the college football with all odds, props and futures for each game sponsored by YouWager.eu.
No. 8 Ohio State Buckeyes (-3½) at No. 24 Michigan State Spartans (+3½)
There is still a very good chance that a 1-loss Big Ten Championship winner could make it into the playoffs, with Ohio State and Michigan looking the most likely candidates. Those two will meet in the regular season soon enough, but for now, Ohio State need to keep their hopes alive with a win on the road against a Michigan State Spartans team that has been playing some serious shutdown offense over the last couple of weeks. The Buckeyes have looked very wobbly in their last two starts, losing to Purdue and barely getting by Nebraska. The Buckeyes win here, but it might be tight.
No. 18 Mississippi State Bulldogs (+25) at No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (-25)
Alabama got their toughest opponent of the season last week and ended up making things look very easy. The Crimson Tide went into Baton Rouge and blanked the LSU Tigers 29-0 in a lopsided victory that clinched the SEC West and a spot in the Conference Championship Game. The Tide look like a total lock for the No. 1 spot, as well as being the most likely to win it all again this year. They will have their hands full this weekend with a Mississippi State team that can put some points up on the board. QB Nick Fitzgerald may be the key for the Bulldogs in this one, as he may need to use his impressive running skills to escape a swarming Alabama D. Crimson Tide win and take one more step towards a repeat.
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Oklahoma State Cowboys (+18) at No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners (-18)
The Big 12 is another conference that could potentially have a 1-loss winner, although things could get a little more complicated if West Virginia end up being that team given that they essentially lost a week earlier this season with a weather cancellation. The Oklahoma Sooners are probably the favorites to be the conference champions, but they still have some work to do to get there, starting with a game against their big in-state rivals this weekend. The Cowboys already hurt the Texas Longhorns playoff hopes this season and will be looking to do the same to the Sooners. I do not see the upset happening here.
Auburn Tigers (+14) at No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs (-14)
Of the teams with an outside shot at getting into the playoffs, it is perhaps the Georgia Bulldogs who have the toughest road to take. Since Georgia already has a loss on the season, they cannot afford another one, which means beating the Tigers this weekend and then taking out Alabama in the SEC Conference Championship Game, besides winning the other two regular season games they still need to play. That’s a tall order, but one that this team is talented enough to pull off. I think they start their playoff push with a win here.
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