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The gambling gods just don't want us to win in college football, and week 13 saw us get some terrible luck once again. USC was a 6.5-point underdog and had a chance to tie the game but couldn't get in to the endzone from the 1 yard line after 4 tries. Instead of kicking the field goal, the Trojans went for it on 4th when 3 points would have won us our bet. We liked Texas Tech as a 3.5-point underdog and they gave up a late lead to lose by 6 in overtime against Baylor. We should have been 5-3, but instead will have to settle for 3-5 and another losing week.
Record against the point spread: 36-53
UCLA at Stanford -8.5
We liked UCLA when Stanford beat them solidly last week and we like the Bruins once again in the rematch. Stanford simply isn't a team that scores a ton of points and this point spread is too large against a capable offense that has had a long time to prepare.
Oklahoma -6 at TCU
The Sooners have not been the most consistent team in the world, but they are better on both sides of the ball and the TCU defense isn't up to the standards set in previous years. I like Oklahoma to win by 10 or so.
Texas at Kansas State -11
Kansas State has had some issues lately and I like the big underdog in a tough rivalry game.
Boise State -8 at Nevada
The Broncos have one of the best defenses in college football, but the offense is simply not up to par. Nevada is at home and you just can't count on Boise State to score points this year. Take the underdog.
Alabama -7.5 at Georgia
Georgia has had a nice run but they've come up empty against the better defenses they've gone up against. They've had an easy schedule by SEC standards and are going to lose by at least 10 against the best team in college football.
Nebraska -3 at Wisconsin
Wisconsin is more consistent on offense, and the defenses are just about even with maybe a slight edge to the Badgers. I see no reason to put money on Nebraska as a favorite and will go with Wisconsin to win outright.