College Football Week 11 Parlay Betting Picks

College Football Week 11 Parlay Betting Picks

I had the right call in NC State’s 24-8 win against Boston College as a four-point road favorite to start off last week’s parlay on a winning note, but I could not get Wisconsin to cover as a 13.5-point road favorite against Maryland. In this week’s college football two-team parlay based on betting odds from GT Bets USA live mobile betting Sportsbooks, I am going with a pair of SEC road teams as my top two plays.

College Football Week 11 Parlay Betting Picks Georgia Bulldogs at Auburn Tigers

Pointspread: Auburn -1

The Bulldogs are coming off a 27-3 victory against Kentucky as 17-point home favorites. It was the first time this team has covered against the spread in its last six games and on the year Georgia is just 3-6 ATS. Despite the fact that this has not been the best team in the world to bet on this year, I have been impressed with the way the Bulldogs have looked on defense in their past few outings and they still have the ability to move the ball on the ground without Nick Chubb in the lineup.

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Auburn snapped a two-game skid with a solid 26-10 victory against Texas A&M this past Saturday as a seven-point road underdog, but this has been another tough team to bet on this season with a 2-6-1 record ATS. The main reason I am sticking with the Bulldogs in this matchup other than their ability to run the ball is a 7-2 SU run in the last nine meetings. Georgia also has the edge ATS with a 4-2 mark in its last six games against the Tigers.

College Football Week 11 Betting Picks Florida Gators at South Carolina Gamecocks

Pointspread: Florida -7.5

The Gators lost some of their early season luster with the 35-28 loss to LSU on Oct. 17 as six-point road underdogs, but since that setback they have really tightened things up on defense by allowing a total of just 10 points in back-to-back victories over Georgia and Vanderbilt. Florida is still in control of the SEC’s East Division at 6-1 SU in what will be its final conference game of the season.

The experts from the best USA online casinos are looking at South Carolina continue to plod through what could only be considered as a lost season with just one SU win in the SEC against six losses. The Gamecocks did remain competitive in their last two games by covering against Texas A&M and Tennessee as double-digit underdogs on the road. However, they come into their final conference game of the season with an offense that is ranked 108th in the nation in points per game (21.0) and that is not going to get it done against Florida with a pointspread of just 7.5.

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