Spread Options: Dr. Saturday&#39s Week 12 picks from the spread

Georgia Southern (-2.5) at Georgia Condition, 2 p.m. ET: Georgia Condition designed a coaching change after a week ago and Georgia Southern must finish the growing season 2- for any bowl game. We’re choosing the street team. Georgia Condition isn’t any. 98 in the united states in hurry defense and enables over 4.3 yards a carry. Georgia Southern averages approximately 4.3 yards a carry itself.

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Florida at LSU (UNDER 39), 1 p.m. ET: The Tigers are popular with 15, but there isn’t any approach we take to may take time given just how Florida’s defense is. We’re choosing the under due to how bad Florida’s offense is, however. LSU must take proper care of business, however this game wouldn’t surprise us if it is a smaller follow up of Alabama’s 10- win at Baton Rouge two days ago. 20-7 LSU sounds about right.

Miami (-3) at New York Condition, 12:30 p.m. ET: The Wolfpack clicked a four-game losing streak having a make an impression on Syracuse in Week 11. A make an impression on the Hurricanes not just makes NC Condition bowl-qualified, but additionally provides the Wolfpack a signature win after close losses to Clemson and Florida Condition. We’re not too sure it’ll happen. Miami has bounced back nicely following a four-game losing streak of their own as well as an 8-4 months are very possible.

Virginia Tech (PK) at Notre Dame, 3:30 p.m. ET: If Virginia Tech was playing a group with Notre Dame’s credentials not named Notre Dame, is that this game a pick-em? We certainly don’t think so. The Hokies have battled from the run yesteryear two days but Notre Dame may be unable to take advantage of that weakness. This may be a way for VT QB Jerod Evans to recover too.

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Memphis (-7.5) at Cincinnati, 8 p.m. ET FRIDAY: We’re likely to keep picking against Cincinnati throughout the growing season only at that rate. The Bearcats lost 24-3 to UCF a week ago and have a three-game losing streak into Friday’s game. The Tigers, meanwhile, are bowl qualified at 6-4 and want the win at Cincy to ensure a fantastic season with Houston looming within the season’s final week.

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North Park Condition at Wyoming (OVER 58), 3:30 p.m. ET: Farmville goes a lengthy method to figuring out who meets within the MWC title game. If SDSU wins, the road is paved for any matchup between your Aztecs and Boise Condition. If Wyoming wins, the Cowboys will receive a rematch using the Aztecs in 2 days. Wyoming threw in the towel 66 to UNLV (in 3 OT) a week ago and SDSU is going to be giving the ball to Donnel Pumphrey early and frequently. If Pumphrey includes a big game, anticipate seeing him pointed out everywhere (and not simply at Dr. Saturday) like a non-Lamar Jackson Heisman candidate.

Oklahoma Condition (+5.5) at TCU, Noon ET: An 8-2 team recovering from 5 points on the highway? Yes please. Victory for that Cowboys means next week’s game versus. Oklahoma is perfect for the large 12 championship. TCU has run out of the conference race and just playing for bowl eligibility. Oklahoma Condition must learn how to operate on a TCU defense that provides up almost 150 yards hurrying a game title.

UTSA (+27.5) at Texas A&ampM, Noon ET: This really is not even close to an upset pick, but we’re getting difficulty picking Texas A&ampM to pay for nearly four touchdowns on Saturday. The Aggies is deserving of a comparatively easy win, but after losses to Mississippi Condition and Ole Miss, A&ampM is in the middle of a swoon. Possibly the Roadrunners is going to be cathartic. But we’re not betting onto it.

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Washington Condition at Colorado (OVER 61), 3:30 p.m. ET: Colorado needs farmville to win the Pac-12 South while Washington Condition needs this (as well as an Apple Cup win) to help keep its North division hopes alive. Farmville will not be a Pac-12 At Night-style shootout, however. Colorado’s defense surrenders just 4.6 yards per play while Washington State’s is a lot improved (5.5) from 2015 (6.2). 34-30 sounds right.

Arkansas (+2) at Mississippi Condition, 7 p.m. ET: Here’s another game having a team scrapping to get at a bowl. Mississippi Condition are only able to go bowling with wins within the Razorbacks and Ole Miss. It’s doable, but not even close to an assurance. Farmville is really a calculating stick for that Hogs’ 2016 season too after blowout losses to Alabama, Auburn and LSU, Arkansas is a lot nearer to the foot of the SEC West compared to middle whether it loses to MSU.

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