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    College Football Saturday Picks Week 11

    Updated: November 10th, 2010

    Wisconsin -21 1/2 over Indiana

    The Badgers currently lead the race for the Big Ten Championship with their highest BCS standings among the tied teams. They need to stay fresh in voters mind with a solid victory. The Badgers play their first home game in many weeks and the crowd in Madison should be pumped. Indiana comes off a crushing loss at home and gives up over 5 yards per carry. Wisconsin corners are physical at the line and should diminish the Indiana attack. Expect JJ White to pin his ears back against the Hoosiers who lack a running game. I expect total domination in this one.

    Kentucky -14 1/2 over Vanderbilt

    Kentucky is not going to let the opportunity to become bowl eligible get away against a bad Vanderbilt team. I am expecting a roll it up score against the Commodores who have been outscored 168 to 35 over the last 4 weeks. Really think everything will be set for a big win.

    Boston College -3 1/2 over Duke

    Boston College is a physical team and has a superior strength advantage on both sides of the ball against Duke. They have been playing well beating Clemson and Wake Forest back to back and have set their sights on bowl eligibility. They need two more wins and this is one they can’t let get away. Lay the 3 ½ points.

    Miss State and Alabama under 47 points

    Alabama has lost the chance for back to back national championships after their loss last week to LSU. They have nothing to play for the next two weeks awaiting Auburn and find it hard to believe they will be focused for this game. Mississippi State is coming off a bye week and will really be focused at a chance to beat Florida and Alabama in the same year. Also I’d like to mention the fact that early in the year this team gave Auburn all they could handle. Alabama will go through the motions and not score too many points and Miss. State will keep it close.

    Miss. State +13 over Alabama

    Alabama has lost the chance for back to back national championships after their loss last week to LSU. They have nothing to play for the next two weeks awaiting Auburn and find it hard to believe they will be focused for this game. Mississippi State is coming off a bye week and will really be focused at a chance to beat Florida and Alabama in the same year. Also I’d like to mention the fact that early in the year this team gave Auburn all they could handle. Alabama will go through the motions and not score too many points and Miss. State will keep it close.

    South Carolina +6 1/2 over Florida

    This game is for all the marbles in the SEC east. Florida is near a touchdown favorite at home against the Gamecocks in what should be a close contest. After watching it was obvious that South Carolina did not lift a finger last week against Arkansas knowing that game meant nothing and this week is for the right to face the SEC west winner. Florida is playing much better of late but I am not convinced after watching the game films. Forget the Vanderbilt game as they are just plain bad, but Georgia should have beaten Florida if not for their turnovers. They outplayed Florida in that game and I think the Gamecocks will as well this week. I am calling for an outright win by South Carolina but we will accept the points.

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