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    Free College Football Picks

  • Michigan Wolverines at Ohio State Buckeyes

    Michigan Wolverines
    Ohio State Buckeyes

    Game Time: Saturday 29 November, 2014 - 12:00pm

    With their spot in the Big Ten Conference Championship Game assured, the seventh-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes now turn their attention to Saturday's regular-season finale against the Michigan Wolverines. As well as Ohio State has performed this season, Michigan is simply hoping it can record the requisite six wins just to be eligible for bowl consideration, as the team comes in sporting a 5-6 record, 3-4 in conference. The Wolverines dropped a 23-16 decision at home to Maryland last weekend, saddling the team with a 3-5 mark since opening the campaign at 2-1.

    Michigan tallied nearly 400 yards of total offense, Michigan let a third- quarter lead slip away as it dropped a seven-point decision to Maryland in last week's home finale. The Wolverines used a potent rushing attack to keep the Terrapins back on their heels, as Drake Johnson ran for 94 yards and Devin Gardner added 82 and a score, the team averaging 6.5 ypc. Gardner threw for only 106 yards in completing 13-of-24 passes, and he failed to connect on a scoring strike while being intercepted once and sacked twice. While Gardner (152-of-251, 1,663 yards, eight TDs, 14 INTs) has struggled in the passing game, the team's rushing attack has been solid in that De'Veon Smith and Derrick Green have combined for 986 yards and nine TDs, while the unit as a whole averages just shy of five yards per carry. Devin Funchess leads the receivers with 55 catches for 625 yards and four TDs.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 51 POINTS

  • Cincinnati Bearcats at Temple Owls

    Cincinnati Bearcats
    Temple Owls

    Game Time: Saturday 29 November, 2014 - 12:00pm

    The Cincinnati Bearcats will try to keep both their winning streak and American Athletic Conference title hopes alive when they visit the Temple Owls at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday afternoon. A three-game losing streak that lasted into mid-October pushed Cincinnati to 2-3 overall and outside of the AAC title chase discussion. All that has changed in the weeks since, with the Bearcats rattling off five straight victories, including last weekend's 41-0 demolition of Connecticut. They are now 7-3 overall and 5-1 in conference, although that one loss came against first-place Memphis, so they still need some help to take control of the conference championship.

    Temple's second half has been much different than that of Cincinnati. The Owls were 4-1 midway through October, but they have lost four of their last six games to fall to 5-5 overall. They also have a split of their six league contests (3-3), although they lost a non-conference bout against Penn State (30-13) when they last took the field. When these teams clashed last season, Cincinnati pulled away for a 38-20 victory at home. The Bearcats have won four straight against the Owls, but they still trail in the all-time series, 9-6-1. Kiel will need to be careful against the ball-hawking Owls. If he can limit his mistakes the Bearcats should have no trouble otherwise, as they should be able to get pressure on Walker and keep Temple from getting into a rhythm on offense.


  • Kentucky Wildcats at Louisville Cardinals

    Kentucky Wildcats
    Louisville Cardinals

    Game Time: Saturday 29 November, 2014 - 12:00pm

    As the regular season comes to a close, the Kentucky Wildcats will battle it out with the 24th-ranked Louisville Cardinals Saturday in an instate rivalry game at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. Nothing would put a stamp on coach Mark Stoops' second season in Lexington quite like defeating No. 24 Louisville in the regular-season finale to become bowl eligible. Kentucky has lost five straight games though, including a 50-16 crushing at the hands of Tennessee two weeks ago. The team's bye week hopefully helped it prepare for the Cardinals.

    The Wildcats began the season with an impressive 5-1 record, but have since fallen five straight times to drop below .500. The team is still averaging 28.2 ppg largely thanks to quarterback Patrick Towles, who has thrown for 2,542 yards and 14 touchdowns in 11 starts. Towles averages 231.1 passing ypg for the Wildcats, who gain just shy of 390 offensive ypg as a unit. Although Kentucky does average 153.4 rushing ypg, the team doesn't have a real threat to break out on the ground. Stanley Williams leads the team averaging 40.2 ypg, and has gained the most yards on the ground (362) than any other UK rusher. Towles leads the team with six rushing scores on the year, adding a team-high 132 totes.


  • South Carolina Gamecocks at Clemson Tigers

    South Carolina Gamecocks
    Clemson Tigers

    Game Time: Saturday 29 November, 2014 - 12:00pm

    Archrivals will close out the regular season at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as the South Carolina Gamecocks take a short trip west to play the 23rd-ranked Clemson Tigers at Memorial Stadium. South Carolina has salvaged an otherwise disappointing season with back-to- back wins over Florida (23-20 in OT) and South Alabama (37-12) to pull to 6-5 overall to gain bowl eligibility for the 10th straight season. The Gamecocks finished their SEC slate just 3-5 after going 6-2 in the league in each of the previous three seasons. Clemson ended its Atlantic Coast Conference schedule with a 28-6 loss to Georgia Tech, dropping it to 6-2 in the league and effectively clinching the Atlantic Division crown for Florida State. The Tigers bounced back with a 28-0 victory over Georgia State last Saturday to move to 8-3 overall and 6-0 in their home stadium.

    The storied series sits in Clemson's favor, 65-42-4, although South Carolina has had the upper hand of late with five straight wins, most recently winning in Columbia last season, 31-17. Clemson will have a tough task on its hands in this one if Watson is unable to suit up, but even if it needs to rely on Stoudt again, its elite defense can slow down the Gamecocks while finding enough offense against the leaky South Carolina defense to squeak out a win.


  • Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders at U.T.E.P. ( Texas El-Paso) Miners

    Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders
    U.T.E.P. ( Texas El-Paso) Miners

    Game Time: Saturday 29 November, 2014 - 7:00pm

    A couple of Conference USA teams trying to bolster their claims for a bowl bid get together at Sun Bowl Stadium, as the Texas-El Paso Miners entertain the Blue Raiders of Middle Tennessee. The Miners, who with a win would assure themselves a winning record for the first time since 2005, have alternated outcomes the last four games. On Nov. 21 the squad was taken down by Rice on the road in a 31-13 decision. UTEP may be 4-1 at home this season, but on the road the squad was just 2-4. As for the Blue Raiders, who have only one road win in five tries to their credit, they managed to snap a two-game slide last weekend with a narrow 35-34 decision over Florida Atlantic at home in Tennessee. Like UTEP, Middle Tennessee is also 6-5 heading into the final game of the regular season. Middle Tennessee won the only previous meeting between these conference foes, a 48-17 outing in Murfreesboro around this same time last season.

    Over on the offensive side of the ball, Showers has converted 55.8 percent of his attempts, but for only 147.8 ypg which ranks UTEP 117th in the country. He has tossed 11 TDs, against five INTs. The production of running back Aaron Jones has been impressive though, with him averaging close to six yards per carry, en route to 1,086 yards and 10 touchdowns, an effort that has pushed the unit to 209.3 ypg and a ranking of 29th in the country this week.


  • Hawaii Warriors at Fresno State Bulldogs

    Hawaii Warriors
    Fresno State Bulldogs

    Game Time: Saturday 29 November, 2014 - 7:00pm

    The Fresno State Bulldogs vie for the top spot in the West Division of the Mountain West Conference when they close out the regular season against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors on Saturday. The Bulldogs, who have up and down during the 2014 campaign after being the team to beat in the MWC in 2013, can take the title in the division with a win in this contest, which would then push them into the conference title game for the second straight year. The definition of streaky, FSU has had a pair of three-game losing streaks and, should they win this weekend, would also have a couple of three-game win streaks in the same season. The team is coming off a much-needed 40-20 win against Nevada on the road last week, keeping the dream of postseason play alive. Off to an 0-3 start for the first time since 1998, the Bulldogs have never finished a season with a winning record after starting out so poorly. The squad won't make it happen here with a victory either, but at least they control their own destiny when it comes to playing in the postseason and for now that's the ultimate goal.


  • Washington Huskies at Washington State Cougars

    Washington Huskies
    Washington State Cougars

    Game Time: Saturday 29 November, 2014 - 10:30pm

    The Washington Huskies and the Washington State Cougars will battle it out for the Apple Cup once again, as they meet in a Pac-12 Conference clash at Martin Stadium on Saturday night. These in-state rivals have met 106 times since that first matchup in 1900 when they played to a 5-5 tie. The Huskies have had the upper hand more often than not, with a 68-32-6 record against the rival Cougars. They have won four of the last five contests, including a 27-17 triumph last season in Seattle. This will serve as the regular season finale for Washington as well, as the Huskies' 3-5 mark in league play is not nearly close to good enough to warrant a spot in the Pac-12 title game. Washington, which is in its first season under former Boise State head coach Chris Petersen, has been up and down. The Huskies are 7-5 overall following last week's 37-13 triumph against Oregon State. Prior to that win, the Huskies had lost four of five.

    Washington is a bit further up the Pac-12 ladder in terms of defense. The Huskies rank sixth in the league in total defense (408.3 ypg) and fifth in scoring defense (25.3 ppg). Hau'oli Kikaha has been tremendous for the unit, as he is tied with Utah's Nate Orchard for the most sacks in the country (17.5). The passion of this rivalry will certainly make for a more competitive game than might be expected between a 7-5 and 3-8 team. Kikaha and the rest of Washington's front line should be able to get into the backfield plenty against the Cougars, who need time for pass plays to develop. If Falk is under pressure he could make more mistakes and that could lead to another loss.


  • Free NFL Picks

  • Cleveland Browns at Atlanta Falcons

    Cleveland Browns
    Atlanta Falcons

    Game Time: Sunday 23 November, 2014 - 1:00pm

    Gordon, who has stirred up controversy the past few months and was limited during his ban to strength and conditioning work at the team's facility, had his suspension reduced in September after the NFL and the NFL Players Association introduced the finalized agreement to changes in their substance abuse and performance enhancing substances policies.

    Atlanta is 3-6 ATS in its last nine games as a home favorite. Even with their road upset win over Cincinnati two games ago the Cleveland Browns are just 2-22 SU in their last 24 games as a road underdog. Each of the last three games between these two teams have gone UNDER the posted total.

    Prediction: TAKE THE UNDER 47

  • Oakland Raiders at St. Louis Rams

    Oakland Raiders
    St. Louis Rams

    Game Time: Sunday 30 November, 2014 - 1:00pm

    The visiting Oakland Raiders in this one found them as 6.5-point underdogs earlier in the week, while the total was settling around 43.The Oakland Raiders will try to spoil to the party on Sunday; they are 6-5 ATS against the spread this season, while the St. Louis Rams are 5-6 ATS. Oakland is 6-5 on the over under betting totals; St. Louis is 6-5.

    Offensively, the game matches up the St. Louis Rams No. 25-ranked offense (19 PPG) against a Oakland Raiders defense that ranks No. 23 at 25.91 PPG. The Rams passing attack has averaged 211.64 yards per game, less than the Raiders give up through the air (233.73 YPG on average).

    Defensively, the Oakland Raiders feature the league's No. 23-rated road run defense, allowing 119.2 yards per game. The St. Louis Rams, meanwhile, ranks No. 20 in rushing offense at home.

    Prediction: TAKE THE ST. LOUIS RAMS - 6.5

  • San Diego Chargers at Baltimore Ravens

    San Diego Chargers
    Baltimore Ravens

    Game Time: Sunday 30 November, 2014 - 1:00pm

    Ryan Mathews tore up the turf for 105 rushing yards in the latest Chargers game, a 27-24 win over the Rams at Qualcomm Stadium.

    Justin Forsett went over the 100-yard mark (182) in his team's latest effort as Baltimore defeated New Orleans by a score of 34-27 on Monday.

    The Baltimore Ravens sport a record of 7-4 and 7-4 heading into this betting matchup, while the San Diego Chargers sit at 7-4 and 5-6 on the season. The over under totals records are 6-5 for the Ravens and 5-6 for the Chargers.