Free O/U College Football Picks: 3 Games to Keep on Your Radar

David Lawrence

Friday, November 27, 2015 7:01 PM UTC

Friday, Nov. 27, 2015 7:01 PM UTC

The college football season has moved to the end of November, and for some teams, this means the end of the line, Let's check the college football odds for Saturday's slate.

Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan Wolverines
This is a game in which the two defenses should have a lot of success, but for very different reasons. Ohio State’s defense should do well because it is playing well. The Buckeyes held Michigan State to well under 300 yards of offense this past Saturday. They limited the Spartans to only 91 passing yards. They gave up just 17 points, and that was with their offense barely doing anything. Michigan State held the ball for a long time in that game, and the Ohio State defense still held firm on almost every possession. There was only one possession in which Ohio State did not perform up to its standards. This defense should be able to hold down a Michigan offense which has not been able to consistently establish a running game over the past month of the season. Quarterback Jake Rudock has been good, but he has not been great, and he has not faced defenses as good as Ohio State in most weeks.

Michigan’s defense should do well because Ohio State’s offense is a mess. The Buckeyes gained only 132 yards against Michigan State. They were totally shut down. They scored 14 points because Michigan State turnovers set up the Buckeyes very close to the end zone. Ohio State was also undone after the loss to Michigan State by comments from players who were critical of head coach Urban Meyer. This team is in a bad mood and it is coming apart. The offense is not going to rebound in this game. This feels like another 17-14 kind of game. Take the under with your college football picks.

College Football Pick: Under 47 at Heritage

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Florida State Seminoles vs. Florida Gators
The big thing to note in this game is that Florida’s offense managed under 260 yards last week against Florida Atlantic, a team which entered the game with a defense ranked outside the top 75 in the Football Bowl Subdivision. Florida’s offense is broken right now. Quarterback Treon Harris is not the same player he was against LSU. He doesn’t know how to read defenses or get the ball to the right player. The Gators are a complete disaster on offense, and Florida State’s offense is not that much better. The Seminoles have gotten terrible quarterback play in almost all of their road games this season. It would be a real surprise if more than 35 points are scored here. Go under the college football odds.

College Football Pick: Under 43 at BetOnline

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Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Michigan State Spartans
Penn State cannot score in the red zone – not touchdowns. The Nittany Lions have had a horrible time scoring seven on first and goal, as was the case against Michigan on a repeated basis. Michigan State might not have starting quarterback Connor Cook, who is a game-time decision. Expect defenses to rule here.

College Football Pick: Under 46.5 at Bovada

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