What We Learned In NCAAF Week 13 - West Of The Mississippi River

Washington Huskies

Kevin Stott

Sunday, November 27, 2016 7:32 PM GMT

Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016 7:32 PM GMT

In the west of The Mississippi River, we learned that Washington might be on their way to take a spot in the College Football Playoffs. Our expert capper takes a look into the world of NCAAF Betting and provides his insight. 

NCAAF PICKS RECORD: 23-14-0

#5 Washington Makes Apple Cider Out of #23 Washington State, Should Move Up to #4

It appears #5 Washington (25/1 to win CFP National Championship, 5Dimes) will be moving up into the #4 spot in the the CFP in the wake of the Huskies 45-17 humbling of #23 Washington State in the Apple Cup at Clarence D. Martin Stadium in Pullman on Friday (WAS -5, BookMaker) to win the Pac-12 North and clinch a spot in the Pac-12 title game against Colorado.

 

 

And what we learned is that the Wazoo Offense is deep—QB Jake Browning (30/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook), has RBs Myles Gaskin (16 rushes, 50 yards TD vs. WSU) and Lavon Coleman (10 rushes, 82 yards 2 TDs) as well as WRs John Ross (8 receptions, 80 yards, TD), Chico McClatcher (6 receptions, 80 yards) and Dante Pettis (3 receptions, 86 yards, 2 TDs). The Huskies have now outscored opponents 162-26 in the 1Q.

 

 Texas Loses to TCU, Longhorns Lose 7th Game For Third Consecutive Season  

TCU defeated Texas. 31-9 (TEX -3, Bookmaker) on Friday in Austin, prompting the firing of Longhorns Head Coach Charlie strong who seemed to be on the hottest seat in FBS all Regular Season. Besides the SU and ATS Loss, D’onta Foreman (2,028 yards) and Texas are 6-6 ATS Texas (L3 ATS) and have now played in 7 straight Unders after opening the year with 3 Overs.

 

 Trends Department: Colorado, Colorado State Both 10-2 ATS, Arizona "Improves" to 2-10 ATS

#9 Colorado (10-2 ATS) no longer has the best ATS Record in FBS (Temple 11-1 ATS) after holding on against #22 Utah in Boulder on Saturday night, 27-22 (COL -11½, JustBet), but the Buffaloes did win the Pac-12 South and will now face #24-ranked and Pac-12 North winners Stanford and Christian McCaffrey (200/1 to win Heisman Trophy, Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook) in the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday night from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara (FOX, 9 p.m. EST).

 

 

Colorado State improved to 10-2 ATS after slicing San Diego State, 63-31 (SDS -11, 5Dimes) at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego in which the Rams led 56-24 after 3Q and were priced at +345 (BookMaker) as Underdogs on the Moneyline. #19 Boise State fell to 3-9 ATS after losing to Air Force for a third straight season and Arizona (4-14 ATS L18) actually improved its FBS-worst ATS Record (2-10), smacking Grand Canyon State rival Arizona State in Tuscon, 56-35 (ASU -1½, Intertops) on Friday. BYU and Oregon State have the second-best ATS records west of the Mississippi River with respectable 9-3 marks.

 

 

Free NCAAF Pick: Oklahoma -14Best Line Offered: at BetOnline

 

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