College Football Picks Against the Spread for November 20

College Football Picks Against the Spread for November 20

The college football schedule is loaded for a full slate of Friday night action. The MACtion early in the week is always exciting, but you can’t beat the bigger games for Friday. That is why we had to provide a breakdown for the biggest games with a full betting preview and College Football Picks Against the Spread for November 20.

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College Football Picks Against the Spread for November 20

Syracuse vs Louisville

The Louisville Cardinals are known for a high octane offense and that is one of the reasons that they are double-digit favorites over Syracuse. In a game where the teams have a combined three wins, it’s hard to bet on Louisville giving 19 points. However, Syracuse is a very bad football team. They have given the ball away nine times in the last three games. They rank 123rd in total offense and have serious problems moving the ball. This is a get-right squad for a Louisville team that is in need of a big win. The Orange are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 meetings in Louisville and 1-5 ATS in their last 6 meetings. The Cardinals are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games as a home favorite and they cover the number.

Louisville -19 [BET NOW and use promo code: BLITZ to claim up to $2500]

Purdue vs Minnesota

When one thinks of the Big ten, they often think about a ground and pound type of conference.  Therefore, it may surprise you that the game between Purdue and Minnesota has the highest over/under of the night. The betting total in this game is currently at 62 and the Purdue is a 2.5 point favorite. The home dog on Friday night is always deadly and although Purdue (who is 26-15 ATS under coach Jeff Brohm) seems like the right side in this game, think again.

Minnesota can run the rock. Mohamed Ibrahim has piled up 715 yards on the ground and is easily the best back in the Big Ten.

The Boilermakers are 1-4 ATS on the road when laying points and the Golden Gophers are 12-5 ATS in their last 17 games after scoring less than 20 points in their previous game. The underdog has covered five of the last seven games in this series and they do it again.

Minnesota +2.5 [BET NOW and join for free to get a 125% Bonus!]


This is not good news for the Golden Gophers, but we are not going to hedge and will let it ride.

New Mexico vs Air Force

When betting on college football it’s always important to know as much as you can about the late game. This is the last chance to make money.

We know all about the Air Force offense. They are first in the nation in running the football and they pile up over 329 yards per contest. The problem with this team is the inability to play solid defense. Air Force has a defense that ranks near the bottom in several key statistics.

This is good news for a New Mexico team that can score on offense. Running back Bobby Cole can run the ball and the Lobos can also put up points in the air. If this team has strength on defense it is stopping the run. That bodes well for this game against Air Force.

Air Force is an ugly 4-11 ATS when playing against a team with a losing record. The Lobos may not seem impressive but they play well in this series. The Lobos are 7-1 ATS in the last 8 meetings and this includes covering four of the last five games on the Air Force turf.

New Mexico +7

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