College Football Champ Week: Best Bets

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    Time (EST)GamePick
    12:00pm#10 Kansas State vs #3 TCUTCU ML (-125)
    4:00pmFresno State @ Boise StateFresno ML (+130)
    8:00pmPurdue vs #2 MichiganPurdue +16.5 (-110)

    12:00 PM EST (ABC) – #10 Kansas State (9-3) vs #3 TCU (12-0)
    SPREAD: TCU -1.5
    TOTAL: 61.5

    It has been a magical season for the Horned Frogs and regardless of this outcome, they should be in the College Football Playoff. In their first meeting this season, TCU rallied off 21 unanswered points in the second half to overcome the Wildcats. Will Howard started his first game of the season that day for Kansas State, in which he also left due to injury towards the end of the third. Now healthy-ish, the Wildcats are a definite threat to TCU’s undefeated record. But I believe Sonny Dykes squad has some magic left to hoist the Big 12 Championship trophy.

    PICK: TCU ML (-125)

    4:00 PM EST (FOX) – Fresno State (8-4) @ Boise State (9-3)
    SPREAD: Boise State -3
    TOTAL: 54.5

    Bulldog senior quarterback Jake Haener missed the season’s first matchup vs Boise in which they lost 40-20. Now back and healthy having played 5 games since returning, he continues to plead his case to NFL scouts why he should be on their draft boards while leading one of the nation’s most proficient offenses. In this matchup, the Broncos are now the team that is banged up, especially on defense, I see this senior-led Fresno team taking the crown in their final conference game of their career.

    PICK: Fresno State ML (+130)

    8:00 PM EST (FOX) – Purdue (8-4) vs #2 Michigan (12-0)
    SPREAD: Michigan -16.5
    TOTAL: 52

    The Big Ten needs a divisional realignment more than ever, but the Purdue “Spoilermakers” might be the only people who disagree with that statement. While Michigan has secured their spot in this year’s playoff after whooping up on the Buckeyes, they still would love nothing more to go into the playoff as undefeated Big Ten champions. Purdue will lay it all on the line to try and claim their first Big Ten title since 2000, and maybe, just maybe, Drew Brees being (allegedly) struck by lightning is a sign that all bad omens of Boilermaker football has been washed away. 

    PICK: Purdue +16.5 (-110)

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