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College football odds, picks, lines for week 11: advanced computer model that loves Alabama, Georgia Tech



There are a lot of stories since most of the college football calendar of Week 11 takes place on Saturday. Take Notre Dame against Florida State, with one team in the path of the college football playoffs and the other with difficulties. However, on Thursday came the news that Irish Fighting quarterback Ian Book suffered a rib injury against Northwestern and will not play on Saturday. As a result, Notre Dame has dropped from the favorites of 17.5 points to 16.5 in the last college football odds of Week 11. Meanwhile, Texas vs. Texas have not. Texas Tech has one of the tightest college football spreads of the week. The Red Raiders are just two favorites at home in a Big 12 battle. With the odds and lines of college football moving as the kickoffs approach, you should see what the SportsLine Projection Model has to say before to make any selection and prediction of college football of Week 11.

The SportsLine projection model simulates all of the FBS college football games 10,000 times, and those that have followed it have seen massive returns. For the past three years, this proprietary computer model has generated an amazing profit of $ 4,210 for bettors of $ 100 in their selections of top rated points.

And in Week 10, he absolutely nailed the biggest game of the season, recommending the Crimson Tide against the spread (-14), on the money line (-588) and hitting the bass in the 29-0 LSU explosion at Alabama. He also achieved his top-ranked Auburn (-3.5) selection over Texas A & amp; M, which helped the model finish the weekend with a solid 7-3 career in all the best qualified teams. Anyone who has followed him is very high.

Now he has simulated all the plays of Week 11 and his predictions of college football are in

One of the college football selections of Week 11 that recommends the model is that: No. 1 Alabama (-23.5) continues not only winning, but also exceeds the expectations of the gamblers, as it covers the No. 18 Mississippi State.

Even facing lines that regularly exceed three or four touchdowns, Alabama is 6-3 against the spread this season. Early action has already pushed this line two points in favor of Alabama, but the model is still supporting the Marea. A week after having completely eliminated the LSU, Alabama limits Mississippi State quarterback Nick Fitzgerald to less than 200 yards of total offense to cover nearly 60 percent of the simulations.

Another of the college players of Week 11 chooses the model she loves: Georgia Tech covers at home against Miami as three-point favorites.

What began as a season with college football playoff possibilities has become a nightmare for hurricanes. They have lost three straight games in the ACC and their hopes of winning a conference title seem to have vanished. In fact, "The U" is now two full games behind Pittsburgh in the Coastal Division.

Against Boston College on the road two weeks ago, Miami allowed 223 yards on the ground and multiple scores. That does not bode well for his ability to defend Georgia Tech's triple-play attack on Saturday. The model says that the Yellow Jackets cover almost 60 percent of the time. You can also make a copy of Over (55.5), which reaches 55 percent of the simulations.

The model also called for the huge ACC clash between No. 2 Clemson and No. 22 Boston College, and is projecting a college playoff contender to get a big scare.

So, what college football selection can you do with confidence in week 11? And which playoff contender has a big scare? Check out the latest odds of college football in Week 11 below, and then visit SportsLine to see which teams are winning more than 50 percent of the simulations, all from a proven computer model that has generated more than $ 4,000 in profits in the last three seasons.

Ole Miss in Texas A & M (-13, 67.5)
Marina in Central Florida (-24.5, 64.5)
TCU in West Virginia (-11.5, 55.5)
Wisconsin in the state of Penn (-8, 53)
Vanderbilt in Missouri (-16, 63)
South Carolina in Florida (-6.5, 54)
State of Ohio in the state of Michigan (+4, 48)
Michigan at Rutgers (+37.5, 47.5)
Kentucky in Tennessee (+5, 41)
Baylor in the State of Iowa (-16.5, 51)
State of Oklahoma in Oklahoma (-21.5, 80)
Northwest in Iowa (-10, 42.5)
Washington State in Colorado (+6.5, 62)
State of Mississippi in Alabama (-23.5, 52)
Oregon in Utah (-4, 53.5)
South Florida in Cincinnati (-14, 55)
Auburn in Georgia (-13.5, 52.5)
Texas at Texas Tech (+2, 62)
LSU in Arkansas (+12, 48.5)
State of Florida at Notre Dame (-16.5, 51)
Clemson at Boston College (+18.5, 55)
State of Oregon at Stanford (-24, 61.5)
California in Southern California (-4, 45.5)

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