College Football Week 12 Expert Picks

The Clemson Tigers are 1-6 against the spread in their last seven games played in the month of November. The Tigers are a big chalk favorite this Saturday hosting the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

Clemson is going off as a 29-point favorite at online sportsbook 5Dimes. Wake Forest had a strong defensive effort against Notre Dame last week in a 28-7 loss to cover the spread as a 25-point underdog, moving the team’s record to 4-2 ATS in its last six games as an underdog of 20 points or more.

With the Tigers just going through the motions and likely more focused on next week’s game at South Carolina, take the points on the Demon Deacons on Saturday.


Michigan State has won seven of its last nine games outright when going off as an underdog and is 7-1-1 ATS in those nine games. Ohio State is a 13.5-point home favorite against the Spartans this Saturday, and I like Michigan State with the points.

The Spartans rank 18th in the nation against the run allowing only 121 rushing yards per game, and if they can contain JT Barrett and Ezekiel Elliott on the ground, they can keep this game close.

It shouldn’t be a close game when the West Virginia Mountaineers visit the Kansas Jayhawks as a 28-point road favorite at BetOnline this Saturday. Kansas ranks dead last in the nation on defense allowing 574.5 total yards per game, and West Virginia is 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS in its last six games as a double-digit favorite of under 30 points.


The Oklahoma State Cowboys are a perfect 8-0 SU and ATS in their last eight home games against the Baylor Bears. Going off as a pick’em this week, look for the Cowboys to out-shoot Baylor’s offense and remain undefeated with another home win over the Bears.

Lastly, take Navy -12 on the road against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. Navy is 8-1 SU and 7-2 ATS this season with all eight of the team’s wins coming by double digits including three straight wins by at least 12 points since picking up its only loss of the season against Notre Dame.


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