College Football Week 11 Picks: Three-Team Round-Robin Parlay

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Ross Benjamin

Friday, November 11, 2016 6:44 PM GMT

Friday, Nov. 11, 2016 6:44 PM GMT

SBR contributor Ross Benjamin has gone 33-17 ATS (66%) with his college football picks the past 6 weeks. He shares three picks on Saturday’s card and suggests playing them in three sets of two-team parlays on SBR's best sportsbooks.

 

SMU At East Carolina

Noon ET kickoff for AAC game. SMU has proven to be a much improved team this season under second-year head coach Chad Morris. However, the Mustangs were lambasted 51-7 at home last Saturday by Memphis and were just a short 3.0-point underdog in that contest.

After winning their first two games of the season, East Carolina has dropped six of its last seven and enters this week with a 3-6 record. The Pirates have also gone an uninspiring 8-14 in their past 22 games. Yet that hasn’t deterred the best sportsbooks from making them a touchdown favorite Saturday. The Pirates will be looking to rebound from last week’s 45-24 blowout loss at Tulsa.

Any conference home favorite (East Carolina) possessing a win percentage of less than .555 and coming off a conference loss by 21 points or more vs. an opponent (SMU) coming off a conference loss by 35 points or more resulted in those home favorites going 12-0 SU & ATS since 1993. The average margin of victory in those was a massive 28.1 points per game.

NCAAF Free Pick: East Carolina -7.0Best Line Offered: Intertops

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Georgia Tech At Virginia Tech

A 3:30 p.m. ET kick in this ACC matchup. Georgia Tech is coming off an embarrassing 48-20 loss at North Carolina last Saturday. That defeat dropped the Jackets' record to 5-4. At the time of this writing, college football betting odds have Georgia Tech as a 14.0-point underdog on Saturday.

No. 14 Virginia Tech is coming off a narrow 24-21 win at Duke in its previous game. The Hokies are now 14-8 over their past 22 games.

Any road team (Georgia Tech) playing in conference game and coming off a conference loss by 21 points or more with a win percentage of .510 to .600 vs. an opponent (Virginia Tech) that has won eight or more of its previous 22 games resulted in those road teams going 36-9 (80%) ATS since 2002. The away teams were also 24-21 SU up in those 45 contests. That straight-up record takes on added significance since I’m using the double-digit underdog for one of my college football week 11 picks.

NCAAF Free Pick: Georgia Tech +14.0Best Line Offered: Bookmaker

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California At Washington State

A 10:30 p.m. ET kickoff in the Pac-12. Washington State is coming off a resounding 69-7 home win over Arizona. The No. 23 Cougars have gone 16-6 in their past 22 games and that includes 7-2 this year. Washington State is an explosive offensive team, proven by its average of 43.0 points scored and 502.3 yards gained per game. Conversely, California has allowed 45 points or more in each of its previous four games.

Any conference home favorite of 10.0 to 33.0 that’s playing after game 6 of the season and coming off a conference win by 35 points or more while winning 11 or more of its past 22 games vs. an opponent that has given up 31 points or more in each of its previous two games resulted in those home favorites going 15-0 SU & ATS since 2004. The average margin of victory was a substantial 33.7 points per game.

NCAAF Free Pick: Washington State -14.5Best Line Offered: BetOnline

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