*Texas A&M (-2.5) @ Ole Miss: The Aggies are back to playing like their pre-season top-10 ranking suggested they would, and Ole Miss has been skating along. The Rebels have been overvalued almost all season long, don’t play any defense and their “vaunted” offense behind Matt Corral has been uninspiring the last few weeks. Give me the team that wins in the trenches on both sides of the ball, and look for the Aggies to slowly pull away in this one behind that rushing attack and a stingy defense. Cash it.
Baylor (+5.5) vs Oklahoma: Oklahoma has been struggling all season long against inferior opponents and here they get their best test yet by far. Yet and still, they are a 5.5 point road favorite, disgusting. Give me the home dog to cover the points and give Oklahoma its biggest scare yet, but I would stay away from the ML as the Sooners will likely still pull this one out, just look for it to be close all the way. Baylor will be able to score with them and get enough stops for it to be close. Cash it.
Purdue (+20.5) @ Ohio St: Way too many points. The Buckeyes very well could be the 2nd best team in the country, but Purdue has one of the best passing attacks in college football and against this weak defense will put up points. No only that they have a stingy defense that is capable of getting enough stops to keep this one close. The Buckeyes win this game but Purdue has too much talent to let this one get away from them, and they still are in contention to win the Big 10 West, so they’ll be up for this one. Cash it.
Arkansas (-2.5) @ LSU: Arkansas has legitimate talent and an offense that is just too dynamic for LSU to slow down, especially with where they are this season. LSU is coming off a near miss against Alabama and getting too much love for that with this line. The Razorbacks are hungry for SEC wins, and have a chance to climb back up the rankings heading into their showdown with Alabama next week. Sam Pittman keeps building momentum at Arkansas with this win. Cash it.
Auburn (-5.5) vs Miss St: Miss St is just ok, and Auburn’s D is good enough to slow down their one true threat in the passing game. I love how Bo Nix plays at home and this Auburn team has found a running game to compliment him. Auburn should dominate this game and continue to build the anticipation of their showdown with Alabama in a couple of weeks. Bo Nix at home is a sure thing, especially against this weak D. Cash it.
ND (-5.5) @ Virginia: ND is quietly sitting at 8-1 with their only loss coming against undefeated Cincy and they get a Virginia team that can’t stop a nose bleed. Virginia’s QB Brennen Armstrong might not play, which would make this game unwatchable, but even if he does he’ll be hobbled and ND’s offense will score 40 points in this one. Look for Kyren Williams to have a monster day and for the Irish to continue to sit pretty with only 1 loss. Cash it.