One of the marquee games for Saturday features two of the SEC’s finest when
Alabama takes on LSU. After failing to cover in its last two games,
Alabama had a bye week last week and should be fully rested to take on a LSU team that has struggled on offense. The Tigers are 2-2-1 against the spread in conference games and their offense will have a tough time posting any points against the
Alabama defense. Look for Mark Ingram to lead the Tide to a pair of touchdowns on offense while LSU is unable to find the end zone in a low scoring win for
In this big game in the Big Ten Conference, the game will come down to quarterback play. While neither team’s guy has been consistent,
PennState’s Darryl Clark has been able to lead the Nittany Lions to some marquee wins while Terrelle Pryor has not for
OhioState. Pryor will struggle against a tough
PennState defense while Clark will make enough plays for the
PennState to cover the low spread.
WashingtonState could be one of the worst teams in college football, but the Cougars have been able to cover against strong teams this year like
California and USC.
Arizona is a good football team, but has not been overly dominant on offense. With more of a running-style attack, the Wildcats aren’t likely to win by 32 points.
Arizona hasn’t won by more than 17 points in any game this year. Look for the Cougars to play well enough to cover on Saturday.
Iowa has been a team that has played to the level of its competition, but now with the loss of running back Adam Robinson for the season due to an injury, it is up to quarterback Ricky Stanzi to lead the Hawkeye offense. Stanzi threw five interceptions last week and doesn’t seem to be a guy that
Iowa can count on. Northwestern has the offense that can score points and if the Wildcats can keep the
Iowa defense and special teams from scoring, covering the spread should be no problem.
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