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College Football Championship Weekend

PAC-12 Championship: No. 3 Washington vs. No. 5 Oregon (-9.5) O/U 66.5

  • Date: Saturday, noon ET
  • Location: Autzen Stadium in Eugene, OR
  • Moneyline: WASH +280 | ORE (-355)

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The undefeated Huskies have maybe their toughest game of the season ahead of them; at least, the bookies think so. Washington beat the Ducks in a 36-33 thriller earlier this year off a go-ahead TD pass from once-Heisman-hopeful Michael Penix Jr. Despite the win, Washington find themselves laid 9.5pts to a team they’ve beaten this season. On the other endzone, Bo Nix seems like a lock for the Heisman if he puts on a showcase in a win against an undefeated Washington and rival NFL QB prospect. To be honest, I like Penix and the Huskies’ chances of winning straight up in a firefight, but we’ll play it safe and take the points.

Pick: Washington +9.5, Over

SEC Championship: No. 8 Alabama vs. No. 1 Georgia (-5.5) O/U 54.5

  • Date: Friday, 8:30 PM ET
  • Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA
  • Moneyline: ALA (+180) | GA (-218)

The Bulldogs look to solidify their position as the Undisputed No.1 Team in college football against one of the most prestigious programs in college football history. These two teams have combined to win 5 of the last 8 National Championships. If Georgia wins, they’re defacto No. 1 in the nation heading into the semifinals. However unprecedented, it’s also possible to be shutout of the playoffs with a bad loss to Bama. If Alabama wins they just may secure a spot in the college playoffs. It’s the best defense Georgia has faced all year, and after last week’s miraculous catch, Bama’s path to playoffs looks ordained.

Pick: Alabama +5.5, Over

Big 10 Championship: No. 18 Iowa vs. No. 2 Michigan (-23.5) O/U 35.5

  • Date: Saturday, 3:00 PM ET
  • Location: Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, MI
  • Moneyline: IOWA (+1100) | MICH (-2100)

No. 18 Iowa finds itself dogged by more than three touchdowns to No.2 Michigan. That’s a massive spread, especially considering 11 of Iowa’s games this season were Unders. They’ve put up a historically low 30.2 PPG this season, winning 10 of their 12 games behind a fundamentally sound defense. The spread is so large, relative to the Total, that the Over looks like a safe sweat considering it against the No.2 team in the nation. Michigan doesn’t need to blow Iowa out; they’ll look to get ahead early and rest up before the semifinals; in theory, at least

Pick: Iowa +23.5, Over

  • Time: Saturday, 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY
  • Moneyline: FSU (-142) | LOU (+120)

ACC Championship: No. 4 Florida State vs. No. 15 Louisville (+2.5) O/U 48.5

Despite being ranked fourth, Flordia State needs a decisive showing to secure a place in the college playoffs. Unfortunately, Louisville is a tougher opponent than their ranking suggests, and the bookies agree. Both teams have the necessary weapons to hit the over.

Our Pick: Florida St, Over

Big 12 Championship: No. 7 Texas vs. No. 19 Oklahoma State (+14.5) O/U 55.5

  • Time: Saturday, 7:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, OK
  • Moneyline: TEX (-625) | OKST (+440)

Oklahoma State is a two-touchdown underdog to Texas in the Big 12 Championship, despite being the over-achievers of the season. Texas does have the best defense in the Big 12 but I think two Touchdowns is a large spread, and this game may be a lot more competitive than the bookies think.

Our Pick: Oklahoma St. (+14.5)

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Odds are accurate as of Nov 29. Provided by ESPNbet

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Derek DaSIlva

Derek DaSilva is a hobby fighter turned betting addict, I mean enthusiast. After a few years of figuring out he can’t compete in the sports he loved, he decided to throw his money at them. He focuses on Boxing, MMA, football, and basketball  (in that order) and his claim to betting fame is losing a 9-team parlay by half a point and a f****** yard… I’ll never forgive you Nick Chubb. Editorial Promise