The main event of Week 11 is definitely the clash of the Titans – No. 1 LSU at No. 2 Alabama. There are also a few other big games of big schools, such as Maryland at No. 3 Ohio State. There are other 8-0 teams facing each other, No. 5 Penn State and No. 13 Minnesota.
Other than that, there is a lot of action going on with 16 games this weekend featuring College Football’s Top 25 Teams. Here’s a look at what’s in store for NCAA Week 11.
No. 4 Clemson at N.C. State
7:30 PM ET, Saturday, November 9, 2019
Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh, North Carolina
The Clemson Tigers are 9-0, and seem to be on a mission to slash and burn every team they face this season. The Tigers also seem to pair up their winning scores lately, with the past two games won at a score of 59 (59-7, and 59-14 over Boston College and Wofford respectively), and the previous two games being 45-14 against Florida State and 45-10 against Louisville. N.C. State are 4-4 and coming off the back of a 44-10 loss to Wake Forest and 45-24 loss to Boston College.
Final Score: Clemson to win 43-13 and cover the spread.
Spread: Clemson -32.5 (70%) / N.C. State +32.5 (30%)
Over (73%) / Under (27%): 53
No. 5 Penn State at Minnesota
12:00 PM ET, Saturday, November 9, 2019
TCF Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
No. 5 Penn State is travelling to face No. 13 Minnesota, where each is looking to bring the other’s perfect 8-0 record to an end. Both are coming with an average score of 38.5 for Penn and 38.4 for Minnesota. However Penn’s defense allows about half the points per game (9.6) than Minnesota’s (20). It’s a tight one.
Final Score: Penn to win 24-16 and cover the spread.
Spread: Penn -6.5 (60%) / Minnesota +6.5 (40%)
Over (55%) / Under (45%): 47
Missouri at No. 6 Georgia
7:00 PM ET, Saturday, November 9, 2019
Sanford Stadium, Athens, Georgia
The Missouri Tigers (5-3) are travelling to face the University of Georgia Bulldogs (7-1). The Tigers are on a 2-game losing streak against Vanderbilt (21-14) and last week Kentucky (29-7), and the Bulldogs are had two wins, following a loss to South Carolina last month (20-17). Still, expectations are that after Florida last week, Georgia’s QB Jake Fromm will play with even more confidence once stepping on his home field against Missouri.
Final Score: Georgia to win 38-19 and cover the spread.
Spread: Georgia -17 (66%) / Missouri +17 (34%)
Over (65%) / Under (35%): 47
Iowa State at No. 9 Oklahoma
8:00 PM ET, Saturday, November 9, 2019
Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman, Oklahoma
Iowa State Cyclones (5-3) are coming to face the Oklahoma Sooners (7-1) after a bye week that gave the Sooners time to reflect on their 48-41 loss to Kansas State. The Cyclones also lost last week, 34-27 to Oklahoma State. This cut their 3-game winning streak. Oklahoma are looking to bounce back, have the home advantage, and had a week off to prepare for this game. So this will probably be Iowa’s second consecutive loss to a side from Oklahoma.
Final Score: Oklahoma to win 48-23 and cover the spread.
Spread: Oklahoma -14.5 (66%) / Iowa State +14.5 (34%)
Over (67%) / Under (33%): 68
Nevada at No. 24 San Diego State
10:30 PM ET, Saturday, November 9, 2019
SDCCU Stadium, San Diego, California
Nevada travels to face No. 24 San Diego State after a 21-10 win over New Mexico last Sunday. San Diego had a bye week to rest and prepare, and they have the home advantage also. Nevada is 5-4, and 1-3 on the road, and average 14 points per game on the road this season. San Diego is 7-1, are on a 4-game winning streak and won at an average of 9.6 points per game.
Final Score: San Diego State to win 31-17, but not cover the spread.
Spread: San Diego -17.5 (76%) / Nevada +17.5 (24%)
Over (59%) / Under (41%): 39.5