Well it’s hard to believe that another season of College Football is all but over as we look forward to Bowl games. SBR has a selection of locks and picks for this weekend’s games. Good Luck!

First up, as always, is John Ryan whose technical neural analytics system for betting is producing some solid winners ATS.

Through eight weeks that he has released his College Football 5-pack of 5* Locks, I have produced a 29-16 ATS record for 64.4% winners. These are plays he strongly believes will win ATS based on extensive research and 17-years of experience. He releases plays ranging from 3* Free picks to Top Rated 25* Games of the Year. Between these extremes are 5* Monster plays, 7* Titans, 10* Titans, and 15* Games of the Week. These are 5* Monster Locks plays and may include optional money line plays too. Given the shorter card and to prevent any duplication of my 10* and higher premium selections he has provided a 3-pack of Lock plays.

 

Southern Cal (2-9, 2-5 MWC) at UCLA (7-4, 4-3 MWC)

December 4, 10:30 EST

Southern Cal Trojans will win this game by seven or more points based on my Neural Network based simulator. Trojans will be able to run the ball well gaining more than 5.5 rushing yards per play and as a result will have a very high probability of scoring 28 or more points. UCLA is an imperfect 0-7 ATS when they allow 5.5 or more rushing yards per attempt over the last two seasons; 0-6 ATS (-6.6 Units) when they allow 28 or more points this season. Take Southern Cal.

 

San Jose State (1-11, 0-7 WAC) at Idaho (5-7, 2-5 WAC)

Saturday, December 4, 2:30 EST Start

Although San Jose State is one of the worst teams in the nation they match up well against the Idaho Vandals. The Vandals cannot run the ball ranking 118th gaining 81.3 yards per game. This allows San Jose State to sit back in a modified/soft cover-2 scheme and eliminate the big plays. San Jose State will be able to move the ball against the 76th ranked scoring defense allowing 28.8 points per game. Idaho is off a tough emotional loss at Fresno State losing 23-20 installed as 10 12 point dogs. Note that Idaho is just 3-15 ATS in home games off a road loss against a conference rival since 1992. Take San Jose State.

 

Florida Atlantic (4-7, 3-4 Sun Belt) vs. Troy University (6-5, 5-2 Sun Belt)

Saturday, November 27, 2:00 ET Start

Troy is ranked 14th nationally in passing gaining 286.6 yards per game. Their ground attack that ranks 63rd gaining 150.6 yards per game is just strong enough to setup the play action pass plays. These 2nd and short situations will exploit a highly suspect FAU secondary. Troy is supported by a 29-10 ATS system hitting 74.4% winners since 2000. Play against a home team after being beaten by the spread by 28 or more points total in their last three games and is facing an opponent after going over the total by 35 or more points total in their last three games. Take Troy University.

Thanks John and good luck with your plays readers!

 

Next up for Week 14 college football Free NCAAF Picks is David Lawrence

 

Arizona State Sun Devils @ Arizona Wildcats

The Arizona Wildcats have lost three straight games and are heading into the Territorial Cup matchup versus rival Arizona State at a low point. They have nothing to play for and have once again proved that they are just a second tier Pac 10 team.

Meanwhile, the Sun Devils have been competitive all season long and are playing for bowl eligibility. This is an important contest for them and they should at the very least cover, if not win outright.

Free NCAAF Pick: Arizona State +6, Arizona State +210, Over 54.

 

USC Trojans @ UCLA Bruins

Speaking of teams that have packed it in, you can throw UCLA into that category. They have lost five of their last six, blown their chance at bowl eligibility and might be tuning out head coach Rick Neuheisel.

USC has had an up-and-down season but they are clearly a better team when quarterback Matt Barkley is under center. He missed last week’s game but should start this week and lead the Trojans to an easy win.

Free NCAAF Pick: USC -6.5, USC -260, Under 54

 

Oregon Ducks @ Oregon State Beavers

The Oregon State Beavers are yet another Pac 10 team that has disappeared in the latter part of the season and Mike Riley’s squad is going to have to put up quite a fight just to keep the Civil War close.

The Beavers have lost three of four including a 38-0 route at the hands of Stanford last week and losses to Washington and UCLA as well in that stretch. They are playing for bowl eligibility but that won’t matter as the Ducks are flat-out rolling right now.

Even if this is close at halftime, the Ducks will run away with this contest rather easily and cover the large number.

Free NCAAF Pick: Oregon -16.5, Oregon -725, Over 64

 

Auburn Tigers @ South Carolina Gamecocks

The Auburn Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks have already met once this year with the Tigers prevailing. In that matchup, though, South Carolina held a 20-7 lead at one point before the Tigers roared their way back.

The Tigers are playing even better than they did before and while the Gamecocks run defense might have what it takes to slow Cam Newton and Auburn, they don’t have the team to beat them.

Free NCAAF Pick: South Carolina +5, Auburn -215, Under 61

 

Florida State Seminoles @ Virginia Tech Hokies

The Virginia Tech Hokies have washed away the memories of an 0-2 start and have not lost a single football game since that embarrassing beginning. In that span, their young defense has developed into one of the best in the ACC and their offense is in rhythm both on the ground and through the air.

Florida State backed into the ACC Championship Game and while they’ve been competitive this year, they have still had a few brain cramps (see: North Carolina State). Bet the Hokies to win and represent the ACC in the BCS this year.

Free NCAAF Pick: Virginia Tech -4, Virginia Tech -175, Under 52

 

Nebraska Cornhuskers @ Oklahoma Sooners

A month ago, the Cornhuskers looked unstoppable with a stout defense and a swift quarterback running the show. Now, Taylor Martinez is hobbled by an ankle injury, the offense is lacking explosive plays and the Huskers are somewhat limping into the Big 12 Championship Game.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma is as confident as it’s been all year long. They just knocked off rival Oklahoma State in Stillwater and have now won three straight heading into this meeting. Bob Stoops has his squad rolling and they’ll head to the BCS one more time.

Free NCAAF Pick: Oklahoma -4.5, Oklahoma -200, Under 54