Saturday, November 04, 2023 – 12:00 PM EDT at Spartan Stadium
Our AI Model believes Nebraska will escape East Lansing with a 24-14 win on the road. As only -3.5 favorites, the value is right in front of us!
The Path to Bowl Eligibility
Nebraska is one win away from earning bowl eligibility in Matt Rhule’s first season as head coach. The Cornhuskers have won four of their last five games, winning them all by at least eight points.
Heinrich Haarberg has been most of the offense for Nebraska this year. He’s added seven passing touchdowns and another four rushing touchdowns. He also leads the team in passing and rushing.
The Cornhuskers won’t blow any team away offensively. However, they’ve held teams to under 300 yards on the defensive end. Nebraska plays more complementary football. That’s going to work out against Michigan State.
The Spartans have gone 2-6 this season. They even lost to Minnesota, 27-12, last weekend, when Minnesota hasn’t displayed any consistency with its offense.
Michigan State’s defense isn’t terrible. But the offense with Katin Houser surely won’t get the job done. I like Nebraska to escape with at least a two-score cover in this game.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Clemson Tigers
Saturday, November 04, 2023 – 12:00 PM EDT at Memorial Stadium
Our AI Model believes Notre Dame will earn a 35-22 win over Clemson, on the road, as 3-point favorites. There’s plenty of value in this game, with the belief that the Fighting Irish will win by multiple scores.
Clemson’s Struggles Continue
The Clemson Tigers are in danger of falling below .500. Who would’ve thought? The Tigers are coming off back-to-back losses against Miami and North Carolina State. Now they’ll take on a Notre Dame team that just earned a 58-7 win over Pittsburgh.
The Fighting Irish have actually scored more than 100 points in their last two games.
Clemson’s offense won’t be able to keep up. The Tigers are getting bad play from quarterback Cade Klubnik and aren’t even sure if star running back Will Shipley can play due to a concussion sustained last weekend.
On the other hand, Notre Dame has the more accomplished thrower in Sam Hartman and is getting way more production in the run game from Audric Estime.
I know Clemson is home. But the Tigers are a dumpster fire. This team isn’t built to win games in November. Let’s take Notre Dame at -3. The AI Model knows.
NCAAF Pick: Notre Dame -3 (-110) at Bovada
Saturday, November 04, 2023 – 03:30 PM EDT at Sanford Stadium
The AI Model suggests Missouri and Georgia will combine for 63 points, with Georgia earning a 39-24 victory. With the total at 56, the Over is the likely outcome according to our AI Model.
Is an Upset Possible?
The Missouri Bulldogs are 7-1 on the year and looking to make a huge statement on the road this weekend. Missouri has earned back-to-back wins against Kentucky and South Carolina and has one of the best offenses in the nation. They’ll need to be extremely crisp on Saturday.
The Tigers are led by Brady Cook, who has earned 15 passing touchdowns and has thrown only three interceptions. He’s also added over 2,200 yards passing and has helped Missouri average 294 yards per game in the air.
Meanwhile, the run game has been just as electric with Cody Schrader. He’s earned 5.8 yards per carry on 140 attempts. The senior has rushed for 807 yards and nine touchdowns. He’s one of the best runners in college football.
But they’ll have a tough assignment against Georgia. The Bulldogs haven’t been as great defensively as other years. That’s ultimately why Missouri has a chance at sneaking away with a win.
A High-Scoring Showdown
The Bulldogs have allowed at least 20 points in four of their last five games, despite allowing only 272.1 yards per game. The secondary is electric, and the run defense is very solid. However, Georgia isn’t getting a massive push with the pass rush. If Cook has time in the pocket, he can deliver some strikes for Missouri.
Meanwhile, the Bulldogs have earned over 500 yards per game offensively. They’ve added 334.3 yards in the air and another 172.3 yards on the ground. Carson Beck has to fill massive shoes, but he’s done a fine job with 14 passing touchdowns and only four interceptions. The run game has also done its thing, with Daijun Edwards earning nearly six yards per carry and eight touchdowns.
When Missouri faces tough offenses, they’ve struggled. They lost to LSU, 49-39, about a month ago, and LSU is the best offense in the nation.
Therefore, Georgia can score points. But so can Missouri. That’s why I agree with the AI Model and the Over.
NCAAF Pick: Over 56 (-110) at Bovada
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