2021 College Football Week 11 Predictions and Quick Picks
The college football for week 11 is an incredible slate loaded with matchups between top teams. To profit from picks against the spread, you have to do your research and make smart selections. That is why we have the 2021 college football week 11 predictions in a quick pick format.
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Michigan vs Penn State
The Penn State Nittany Lions have the best defense in the Big Ten. Michigan is not too shabby either as both teams’ ranks in the top 10 in scoring defense this year. Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines struggled to cover against winning teams as evident by the 0-6 against the spread (ATS) record against teams with an above .500 record. Penn State is 10-3 ATS in the last 13 and 8-2 ATS in the last ten games in the Big Ten.
Penn State +1 [Bet This Game with a Special Bonus]
Miami vs Florida State
This is basically the Super Bowl for the Seminoles since they are not having the best season. Noles head coach Mike Norvell is 12-6 in the month of November as he gets the best out of his team late in the season. Florida State has some serious revenge since they have lost five straight in this series. The Canes are 0-5 ATS in the last five games and are primed for an upset.
Florida State +2 [Bet This Game with a Special Bonus]
Notre Dame vs Virginia
The Virginia Cavaliers are well rested after a bye week and ready for the Fighting Irish. The Cavs are 13-3 ATS after a bye week and have covered four out of the last five home games. The wrong team is favored in this game as the Irish have been outgained in six of the last nine games. The Cavs are 18-7-1 ATS as a home dog and they win a high-scoring game.
Virginia +4.5 [Bet This Game with a Special Bonus]
Texas A&M vs Ole Miss
The game of the day in the SEC is Texas A&M vs Ole Miss. The Aggies are small favorites, but that is not scaring off the public from betting on the road team. The Aggies are a good bet on the road as chalk (7-2 ATS L9), but this is a tough spot. Rebels QB Matt Corral is hampered by injury, but this is his Heisman game. He leads an offense that is averaging over 6 yards per play and 37 points per game. The Rebels are 4-1-1 ATS in the last six home games and they are the team to bet in this game. This game goes down to the wire and the Rebels win a thriller.