Our NCAAF Handicappers have been hard at work analyzing the value and the plays to give you all you need to wager on Saturday. Good Luck!

As always we first up have Mr John Ryan and his technical betting system

Through seven weeks that he has released his College Football 5-pack of 5* Locks, he has produced a 23-12 ATS record for 66% winners. These are plays he strongly believes will win ATS based on extensive research and 17-years of experience. he releases plays ranging from 3* Free Picks to Top Rated 25* Games of the Year. Between these extremes are 5* Monster plays, 7* Titans, 10* Titans, and 15* Games of the Week. These are 5* Monster Locks plays and may include optional money line plays too. 

Here’s to another winning set of five 5* Lock plays.

(10) Oklahoma State (9-1, 5-1 Big 12) at Kansas (3-7, 1-5 Big 12)

Saturday, November 20, 12:00 EST

Oklahoma State ended a 12-year losing streak by defeating the Texas Longhorns 33-16. They control their own destiny to represent the Big 12 South division in the Big 12 Championship game with the winner getting a BCS bowl bid. However, the highly emotional win at Texas combined with the look ahead game against Oklahoma next week means that Kansas is getting far too many points. Here is a supporting system that has gone 71-34 ATS for 68% winners since 2005. Play against a road team after three or more consecutive wins against the spread in weeks 10 through 13. Take Kansas


Tennessee (4-6, 1-5 SEC) at Vanderbilt (2-8, 1-6 SEC)

Saturday, November 20, 7:30 EST Start

I like Tennessee in this game and look for them to win by more than 14 points based on my simulator projections. Both teams have had disappointing seasons, but the Volunteers are by far the more talented and skilled team in this matchup.Supporting this play on Tennessee is a solid system that has produced a 29-4 ATS record for 88% winners since 2000 and is a perfect 5-0 ATS this season. Play against a home team after allowing 37 points or more last game and now facing an opponent after two straight wins by 28 or more points. Tennessee destroyed Mississippi last Saturday by a 52-14 score and were installed as 2 point favorites. The week prior was another big win defeating Memphis 50-14 installed as 20 1/2 point favorites. Vanderbilt is coming off a 38-20 loss at Kentucky and failed to cover as 16 1/2 point dogs. Tennessee is the right play.


Connecticut (5-4, 2-2 Big East) at Syracuse (7-3, 4-2 Big East)

Saturday, November 20, 7:00 ET Start

Connecticut has a very real opportunity to win this game and send Syracuse a crushing blow to their Big East Title hopes. This conference is truly up for grabs and Connecticut is not anywhere close to being eliminated since they defeated front runner Pittsburgh. Connecticut is a perfect 7-0 ATS as an underdog of 3.5 to 10 points over the last two seasons.


Penn State (6-4, 3-3 Big Ten) at Indiana (4-6), 0-6 Big Ten)

Saturday, November 20, 12 PM ET Start

Penn State defense is depleted in a big way and Ohio State wore them down in the second half after trailing them 14-3 at the half. Granted, Hoosiers are not nearly as dominant as the Buckeyes, but they do have the16th best passing attack in the nation gaining 287.4 yards per game. Penn State is 9-23 ATS (-16.3 Units) after covering the spread in three out of their last four games since 1992. Take the Hoosiers.


Florida State (7-3, 5-2 ACC) at Maryland (7-3, 4-2 ACC)

Saturday, November 20, 8:00 EST Start

Like FSU quite a bit in this ACC showdown. Seminoles are reinforced by this system that has produced a 54-27 ATS mark for 67% winners since 2005. Play on road favorites of 3.5 to 10 points that are quick starting offensive teams scoring 16+ PPG in the first half and after allowing 14 points or less last game. FSU has stumbled going just 2-2 and losing all four games ATS. However, they are 30-13 ATS after two or more consecutive losses against the spread since 1992.



College Football Picks


Our resident Handicapper, Mr Dave Lawrence, provides us with his picks for Saturdays College Football games.


Florida State Seminoles @ Maryland Terrapins

The Maryland Terrapins have a shot to win the ACC but they have to win their final two games of the season, which includes Saturday’s matchup against the Florida State Seminoles. The problem with Maryland this year is that they haven’t been able to beat elite teams, but have taken care of business against weaker foes.

This won’t be as easy for Florida State as the common bettor thinks, but with the line dropping to 3.5, the ‘Noles don’t have to do too much to cover. Bet them to cover the spread this week.

Pick: Florida State -3.5, Florida State -175, Over 52.5


Wisconsin Badgers @ Michigan Wolverines

The Wisconsin Badgers are a big, bruising team who just likes to line up and run it down your throat. But Michigan runs a spread offense with a lot of explosive playmakers – most notably, quarterback Denard Robinson.

The Badgers have had some problems in recent seasons with teams who present a lot of speed on the perimeter (see: Arizona State) so this game might be closer than expected. Take the Wolverines to pull a surprise in this one.

Pick: Michigan +4, Michigan +158, Over 68


Ohio State Buckeyes @ Iowa Hawkeyes

The Iowa Hawkeyes might be a little sour coming into this matchup. They still felt like they had a shot at the Big Ten title last week and they even had a 10-point fourth quarter lead against Northwestern, but they blew it and now find themselves with three losses. It’s tough to bet on a team that now knows they don’t have much to play for.

On top of that, the Buckeyes own this series and have been playing exceptionally over the last three weeks, winning all three games by a combined score of 139-24.

This is a bet on the Buckeyes and a bet against the Hawkeyes.

Pick: Buckeyes -3, Buckeyes -146, Over 48.5


Arkansas Razorbacks @ Mississippi State Bulldogs

The Arkansas Razorbacks have played fairly well this season, save two losses to Auburn and Alabama, and they have handled everyone else rather easily.

Mississippi State is clearly a program that is pulling itself out of the basement in the SEC and a win over Arkansas would do wonders. But the talent differential is still big between these two squads and home field advantage isn’t enough to make up for it.

Pick: Arkansas -3, Arkansas -142, Over 53


North Carolina State Wolfpack @ North Carolina Tar Heels

The Wolfpack still have an ACC Championship in mind but they need some help from Maryland this week. More importantly, they have to take care of business against their rivals, North Carolina.

The Tar Heels are a tough, rugged team to face – maybe the opposite of the Wolfpack. While the Wolfpack have the better weapons, this will be back alley brawl and the Tar Heels are more adept to that style.

Pick: North Carolina -2.5, North Carolina -133, Over 52.5


Stanford Cardinal @ California Golden Bears

It’s a rivalry, it’s a matchup that conjures up plenty of memories, but there is still a significant talent differential. Most notably, the Cardinal are using a quarterback, Andrew Luck, who will be among the most sought-after prospects when he declares for the NFL Draft. Meanwhile, the Golden Bears still have the training wheels on Brock Mansion, who has been thrown into the fire with veteran Kevin Riley out for the season. That difference alone is enough reason to bet Stanford in this one.

Pick: Stanford -6.5, Stanford -239, Under 50