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Week 13 College Football Upsets: Moneyline Parlay
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College Football Picks Record (All 1 Unit Bets)
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Dog #1: Boston College Moneyline +300
(-10) Miami Florida at Boston College (O/U 49)
The last time that Miami Florida won a game outright without needing overtime was September 23rd. The Hurricanes have lost three straight games and now they travel to Boston. The weather is expected to be a cold 40 degrees and windy and the stadium will not be filled. This is a sleepy spot and Miami might not be motivated to play this game. Whereas Boston College will get up just because of the other team’s name across their chest. Lastly, “The U” has not won a road conference game in Head Coach Mario Cristobal’s tenure!
RB Kye Robichaux has been a stud for Boston College in his last four games. Robichaux is averaging 23 carries, for 116.3 yards in the set of games. Look for the Eagles to deal body blows on the ground with Robichaux and dual threat QB Thomas Castellanos. If they have success there, it opens up Castellanos to take the top off of a weak secondary. Should that happen, we’re in business.
Dog #2: Temple Moneyline +375
(-13) Memphis at Temple (O/U 64)
Memphis has already clinched a bowl game already but there might be a lack of motivation for the Tigers after being eliminated from AAC Championship Game contention after last week’s loss to SMU. It’s another mid-40s and windy Northeast game in an empty stadium. Additionally, there is a history of Memphis sleepwalking in Philadelphia. The Tigers have lost three straight road games to Temple.
The Tigers’ defense ranks 111th in yards allowed per play (6.2). Temple’s passing attack is one of the best in the group of 5 ranks. QB EJ Warner (son of Kurt) captains the 31st ranked pass offense in the nation (271.8 yds/game). Warner missed two games due to a concussion this year and hasn’t looked as good since he returned.
However, coming off a back to back road game set Warner and the Owls offense can end the season strong at home. In games at Lincoln Financial Field Temple is 3-2 straight up in EJ Warner starts. The only two losses came to Miami and AAC Title contender UTSA. The passing offense has looked much stronger in the friendly confines too. Warner owns a 13 to 4 touchdown to interception ratio at home with 1,644 yards at a 63.9% completion rate.
The College Experience’s Dog: Oregon State Moneyline +450
Oregon State at (-13.5) Oregon (O/U 62.5)
Each week, I write up Pick Dundee, aka Colby Dant’s favorite college football upset prediction. Dant is the host of the Sports Gambling Podcast Network’s CFB podcast, “The College Football Experience.” Dundee also loves a good college football parlay and is well known for his success betting moneyline dogs. This week I didn’t even ask for his pick. I already was 95% sure that Dant would select Oregon State. It’s a very on brand pick for The College Football Experience and we are riding or dying with our Beavers.
Conference Realignment has unfortunately been the center of our sport for the last two seasons. As a result of the PAC 12 evaporating Oregon State is one of the schools getting left in the dust. The Beavers now have one final chance to stick up for themselves and make a statement. This will be the last “Civil War” for the foreseeable future. Oregon has everything in front of them. Everyone is assuming that the Ducks will force a rematch with Washington in the PAC 12 Championship Game. Nobody is talking about the possibility of Oregon’s bitter rivals ruining their dream season and College Football Playoff hopes.
Oregon is passing the eye test in flying colors right now. However, Oregon does not own a win against a team currently ranked in the Top 25. The Beavers of Oregon State represent the biggest challenge on the Ducks’ schedule outside of Washington. For everything that is great about college football the Beavers are going to win this football game. Oregon State will drag Oregon out into the deep water and drown them with their dominant 12th ranked (5.2 YPC) run game. Over the last three weeks Beavers’ RB Damien Martinez is averaging 128 rush yards per game. Expect OSU Head Coach Jonathan Smith to limit the amount of possessions the Bo Nix and Oregon’s can get this game.
The College Football Experience
For more analysis and entertainment on these games, make sure you turn into The College Football Experience. Colby Dant, PattyC, and NC Nick talk about each FBS game and mix in some FCS games, giving out moneyline and ATS college football picks every Wednesday!