Top-ranked Alabama rolled into Baton Rouge and left unbeaten after blanking #13 LSU, 10-0 in the biggest Defensive battle of the season. Here are some of the lessons we learned during week 10 in NCAAF betting.
NCAAF PICKS ATS RECORD: 19-7-0
#1 Alabama, #13 LSU Put on Tackling Display in Death Valley; #3 Michigan Rolls
The most anticipated FBS Regular Season game of the year was played in Week 10, with top-ranked Alabama (9-0 SU, 7-2 ATS) shutting out #13 LSU (5-2 SU, 3-4 ATS) and Leonard Fournette (100/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook), 10-0 in Baton Rouge to likely stay on top of the CFP Rankings. The Crimson Tide (+240 to win CFP National Championship, Heritage) won their 21st in a row and beat LSU (only FBS team without 4th Down Conversion) for the 6th straight time. Also in the SEC, #9 Auburn (7-2 SU/ATS)—23-16 winners over Vanderbilt (AUB -22½) and winners of 6 straight games now—controls its own destiny after #4 Texas A&M was upset by Mississippi State, 35-28 at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville (A&M -10½, BetDSI). So the Iron Bowl in two weeks (Saturday, Nov. 26, ALA -14, 2016 Games of the Year, SuperBook) looms large.
Jabrill Peppers (8/1 to win Heisman Trophy, SuperBook) and #3 Michigan, now 9/1 to win CFP National Championship)—dominated on both sides of the ball again, shelling Maryland, 59-3, holding its 5th opponent in the L6 to 10 points or less (10, 7, 0, 8, 23, 3). The Wolverines (9-0 SU, 5-4 ATS) are ranked #3 in FBS Scoring Defense, allowing just 11.6 ppg. The huge Big Ten meeting against JT Barrett (10/1 to win Heisman Trophy, SuperBook) at Ohio State (+630 to win CFP National Championship, BookMaker) on Saturday, Nov. 19 at the Horseshoe is now lined at OSU -23½ in the 2016 Games of the Year at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook—a truly mind-boggling Point Spread in a game in which Michigan has a shot of winning.
Host and #2 Clemson Juices Orange in ACC Play, Tigers Deshaun Watson Injures His Shoulder
Deshaun Watson (7/1 to win Heisman Trophy, SuperBook) suffered a Bruised Shoulder but #2 Clemson (6/1 to win NCAA Championship, BetOnline) remained unbeaten, trampling Syracuse, 56-0 at Clemson as the Tigers and Head Coach Dabo Swinney have now W18-19 are tied with the second-longest Conference Win Streak in the nation (13) behind Donnel Pumphrey (80/1 to win Heisman Trophy, SuperBook) and San Diego State (W15), who pureed Hawai’i, 55-0 (SDS -21, SuperBook) in San Diego. Clemson looks headed for the ACC Championship Game (Dec. 3, Camping World Stadium in Orlando) undefeated and should be playing on New Year’s Eve.
NCAAF ‘EAST’ FUTURES BOOK PICK: Michigan +23½ vs. Ohio State (2016 Games of the Year, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook)