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Saturday’s Betting Tips
Saturday’s Betting Tips
College Football Sports Betting Odds and Matchups: Nov. 24
College Football Sports Lines and Odds
Another big day of college football is in story for all sports bettors. This is a football bettor's paradise with a strong day on Friday and big card on Saturday. At ATS Sports Line, we are looking forward to the entire schedule. Here are the top five matchups of the day, with most squads can't looking for a big bowl.
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Georgia Tech (6-5) at Georgia (10-1)
Last year: Georgia (-4’) over GEORGIA TECH, 31-17. The Bulldogs moved up to third in the BCS Standings thanks to losses by Kansas State and Oregon. They need to beat Georgia Tech in the finale and Alabama (assuming they beat Auburn) in the SEC championship game on Dec. 1 to earn a shot at the BCS Championship. Last year, Aaron Murray threw four touchdowns. The Yellow Jackets can score a lot of points in the triple option but they also have given up a ton of points. They are averaging 38.6ppg and 324.9ypg and are a very dangerous team. Georgia is 9-3-1 ATS L13 vs. ACC teams. College odds: Georgia -14.5. Total: 64.
#20 Michigan (8-3) at Ohio State (12-0)
Last year: Michigan (-7) over Ohio State, 40-34. This is THE GAME. Michigan has turned the corner, winning three straight games and a new quarterback has taken the reigns. Devin Gardner has taken over for Denard Robinson, who has moved to running back. Ohio State will play this game for pride since they are ineligible to play in the postseason and can’t play for the Big 10 championship. Robinson is injured and can’t really throw so Gardner will stick at qb. Now Ohio State has to wonder how Michigan will use Gardner and Robinson. Gardner threw it to him and handed it to them on a toss sweep. Ohio State is 3-7 ATS L10 in series. College Lines: Ohio State is a 4-point favorite. Total: 55.
#4 Oregon (10-1) at #17 Oregon State (8-2)
Last year: OREGON (-27') over Oregon State, 49-21. The Ducks head to the Civil War desperately needing win over their rival. At fifth in the BCS standings, they still have an outside chance at reaching the BCS title game, but will need help. With an offense averaging an FBS-leading 54.8 points per game, Oregon was stunned last week in a 17-14 overtime loss to visiting Stanford. That ended Oregon's 13-game winning streak, which was the longest in the nation.The Beavers had one of their best performances of the season, outgaining California 559-322 in a 62-14 victory. Sean Mannion shined by completing 24 of 34 passes for 325 yards and matching a career-high with four touchdowns while starting in place of Cody Vaz. Oregon is 7-1 ATS L8 road games. NCAAF Odds: Oregon is a 9.5-point favorite. Total: 65.5.
#11 Stanford (9-2) at #16 UCLA (9-2)
Last year: STANFORD (-22’) over Ucla, 45-19. The Bruins have already clinched the South Division of the Pac-12, while Stanford needs the win to attain the North. They are currently tied with Oregon, who takes on rival Oregon State on the road later Saturday. Stanford is coming off an improbable upset over the then-#1 Ducks last week, 17-14 in overtime. Redshirt freshman Kevin Hogan has helped Stanford beat Oregon and then #13 Oregon State, completing 72.3% of his passes. The defense has been awesome and will need to focus on stopping UCLA’s RB Johnathan Franklin and QB Brett Hundley. Stanford is 20-5-1 ATS following an ATS win. College Football Odds: Stanford is a 2-point favorite. Total: 52.5.
#6 Florida (10-1) at #5 Florida State (10-1)
Last year: Florida State (-3’) over FLORIDA, 21-7. This could be a defensive battle. Florida is back in the national title hunt at 10-1. The Gators need a win against their rival, but also need several other teams to lose. It’s doubtful though the Gators don’t need any more incentive when they face the Noles. QB Jeff Driskel, who has completed 65% of his passes for 1,342 yards with 10 TDs and just 3 picks, is back after suffering a sprained ankle against La-Lafayette on Nov. 10. The Gators have a great defense, ranking third in points allowed (11.7ppg) and fourth in yards allowed (281ypg). Florida State wasn’t exactly tested last week at Maryland, 41-14 win and the ACC schedule hurts their chances but they are very talented on both sides of the ball. Florida State is 1-6 ATS L7 following a SU win. Football Odds: is a 7-point favorite. Total: 44.