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    Free College Football Picks

  • Boston College Eagles at Massachusetts Minutemen

    Boston College Eagles
    Massachusetts Minutemen

    Game Time: Saturday 30 August, 2014 - 3:00pm

    The battle for New England takes place on Saturday afternoon, as the Massachusetts Minutemen take on the Boston College Eagles at Gillette Stadium.

    The first game for both teams this season, the Eagles have dominated the series from the outset, winning 19 of the 24 all-time meetings, including the last seven dating back to 1979. Most recently, Boston College handled UMass, 45-17, in Chestnut Hill back in 2011. Both teams come into the season with tempered expectations. UMass is entering its next-to-last season in the Mid-American Conference after posting just two wins in as many years, while Boston College tries to avoid being a middle-of- the-pack finisher in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

    The Eagles don't look to be tested in this first game. UMass is a struggling program in the MAC and despite the Eagles' new QB and RB combo, they are experienced enough to put a hurting on the Minutemen. While a season-opening letdown is not out of the question, as UMass has had this game circled on the schedule since the last meeting in 2011, it's hard to believe BC letting this one slip away. The ACC schedule is tough enough to allow games like this to get away from them.



  • California Golden Bears at Northwestern Wildcats

    California Golden Bears
    Northwestern Wildcats

    Game Time: Saturday 30 August, 2014 - 3:30pm

    It was a long and grueling season for the Golden Bears last year. Cal ended the season on a 10-game losing streak, during which they were 2-8 ATS. Overall Cal was 1-11 SU, 2-10 ATS and 2-9 ATS as the underdog last season. The Wildcats defeated Illinois in their season finale last year to snap a seven-game losing streak. Northwestern was 5-7 SU overall last season and even worse ATS at 3-9. Northwestern couldn’t cover at home at 1-6 ATS, on the road at 2-3 ATS, or as an underdog at 1-4 ATS.

    The California Golden Bears will look to cover ATS vs their hosts on Saturday, as they are 2-10 ATS versus the spread this season, while the Northwestern Wildcats are 3-9 ATS. California is 5-6-1 against the over under total, while Northwestern is 4-8 versus the number. In comparing defenses, the California Golden Bears own the league's No. 68-rated front 7 in terms of stopping the run, allowing 176.6 yards per game when on the road. Northwestern, on the other hand, rates No. 6 this week in generating rushing yards at home.


  • West Virginia Mountaineers at Alabama Crimson Tide

    West Virginia Mountaineers
    Alabama Crimson Tide

    Game Time: Saturday 30 August, 2014 - 3:30pm

    The Big 12 meets the SEC at the Georgia Dome on Saturday afternoon, as the West Virginia Mountaineers challenge the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide in the Chik-fil-A Kickoff Game.

    The 2013 season was another disappointing one for coach Dana Holgorsen and the West Virginia Mountaineers, as the team managed just a 4-8 overall record, which included a 2-7 conference mark. Despite the poor showing, WVU showed a competitive spirit late, as three of its final four games went to overtime. The Mountaineers have won 10 consecutive season openers, but with a record of 21-17 at the school overall, there is perhaps no coach in the Big 12 feeling the heat more than Holgorsen.

    The Crimson Tide, winners of the BCS National Championship in 2009, 2011 and 2012, came into last season with lofty expectations, and for the first 11 games they lived up to their billing as the No. 1 team in the land. However, Alabama's quest for a third straight national title came to an end after the team dropped a stunning 34-28 decision to bitter rival Auburn. Despite the disappointment, coach Nick Saban's squad received an at-large bid to the Sugar Bowl, but came out on the short end of a 45-31 final against Oklahoma.

    Look for Bama to take this one however we like the Mountaineers to stick around long enough to cover the huge line.



  • Ohio Bobcats at Kent State Golden Flashes

    Ohio Bobcats
    Kent State Golden Flashes

    Game Time: Saturday 30 August, 2014 - 6:00pm

    Looking to maintain their string of winning seasons, the Ohio University Bobcats will make the trip to face their intrastate rival, the Kent State Golden Flashes, Saturday in a Mid-American Conference clash at Dix Stadium.

    The programs have a long history of conference battles, and the Bobcats hold the head-to-head series advantage, 39-25-2, over the Golden Flashes. The teams met late in the season in 2013, with Kent State coming up as the surprise winner, defeating Ohio handedly, 44-13, to end the Golden Flashes' season.

    Despite the drubbing in the final week of the season for Kent State, and the two-game win streak to end the season, the Golden Flashes weren't invited to a bowl game after finishing the 2013 campaign with a 4-8 record, which included a 3-5 mark in conference play. It was a disappointing season after going 11-3 with a narrow loss to Arkansas State in the GoDaddy.com Bowl in 2012. The home advantage could be enough to put the Golden Flashes over the top for a third straight victory over the Bobcats.


  • U.T.E.P. ( Texas El-Paso) Miners at New Mexico Lobos

    U.T.E.P. ( Texas El-Paso) Miners
    New Mexico Lobos

    Game Time: Saturday 30 August, 2014 - 8:00pm

    A couple of teams resume a heated rivalry to kick off the 2014 campaign, as the New Mexico Lobos host the Miners of Texas-El Paso at University Stadium on Saturday night.

    Both of these squads are coming off disappointing 2013 seasons, with the Lobos winning only three of their 12 dates, and UTEP finishing a mere 2-10, including a mark of 1-7 in Conference USA action which left the Miners, under then first-year head coach Sean Kugler, last in the West Division standings. As far as the all-time series is concerned, the Lobos are ahead by a count of 43-31-3, and won the most recent meeting last season in overtime, 42-35, on the road. New Mexico has been the season-opening opponent for the Miners six times previously, with the teams evenly splitting those meetings.

    Even though the Miners have gotten better in road openers over the last few years and the team has revenge from last season as a motivating factor, this is one of the games that UNM has penciled in as a victory this year and it would be a waste to let that opportunity slip away.



  • Penn State Nittany Lions at U.C.F. Golden Knights

    Penn State Nittany Lions
    U.C.F. Golden Knights

    Game Time: Saturday 30 August, 2014 - 8:30pm

    The Penn State Nittany Lions are set to usher in the James Franklin era in Dublin, Ireland, as they take on the UCF Knights at Croke Park Stadium on Saturday morning.

    This marks the first game played on international turf in the 128-year history of Penn State's football program. Franklin, the former Vanderbilt head coach who replaced Bill O'Brien in January, takes over a Nittany Lions squad that won seven games and became bowl eligible for the second straight year. Led by sophomore quarterback Christian Hackenberg and buoyed by Franklin's first impact recruiting class, the team has high hopes for another successful campaign despite a continued postseason ban through 2015 from the fallout of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.

    PSU owns a 2-1 lead in the head-to-head series, although last season the Knights came into Beaver Stadium and claimed a 34-31 victory. It will be interesting to see how, if at all, the time difference and unfamiliar atmosphere impacts each team. Even without their two biggest playmakers from a year ago, the Knights are certainly no pushover. But the Nittany Lions are more experienced where it counts, as Hackenberg looks to build on his successful first season under center.


  • Free NFL Picks

  • Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks

    Arizona Cardinals
    Seattle Seahawks

    Game Time: Sunday 22 December, 2013 - 4:00pm

    Seattle is a double-digit favorite over the improved Arizona Cardinals, who have won six of seven to stay in the playoff hunt. Arizona is out of playoff contention with a loss. The Cardinals have lost the last two meetings to the Seahawks by a combined score of 92-22.

    They will face the 9-5 Cardinals, who own a 9-4-1 ATS mark on the season. In totals betting, the Seahawks are 6-8 favoring the UNDER so far this season while the Cardinals are 7-7 favoring the OVER.

    Prediction: TAKE THE OVER 43