College Football Week 12 Parlay Betting Picks

My all-SEC parlay hit last Saturday with both Georgia and Florida winning on the road and covering as favorites. As far as keeping things going with this Saturday’s college football two-team parlay based on betting odds from GT Bets, I am going with a pair of nationally ranked teams in the ACC to come out on top both SU and ATS.

College Football Week 12 Parlay Betting Picks North Carolina Tar Heels at Virginia Tech Hokies

Pointspread: North Carolina -6.5

The Tar Heels are one step closer to winning the ACC Coastal Division with their 59-21 pasting of Miami this past Saturday as 12-point home favorites. They have now won their last nine games straight-up and they are 5-1 against the spread over their last six outings. North Carolina has been lighting up the scoreboard lately with a combined 125 points in its last two games and on the year it is averaging 42 points a game, which is the ninth-highest total in the country.

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Virginia Tech has strung together a pair of wins both SU and ATS by beating both Boston College and Georgia Tech on the road, but it will be stepping way up in class in this Saturday’s contest. With an overall record of 5-5 SU (4-6 ATS), the Hokies have really struggled against the better teams they have faced this year. They gave up 30 points in a loss to Miami and Duke rolled-up 45 points on them in a tough two-point loss on Oct. 24. Look for the Tar Heels’ high-powered offense to have a field day against Virginia Tech in this conference tilt.

College Football Week 12 Parlay Betting Picks Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Clemson Tigers

Pointspread: Clemson -30.5

Wake Forest has lost its last four games by a combined 76 points including a 50-14 loss to North Carolina and a 35-17 loss to NC State. The fact that the Demon Deacons only gave-up 28 points in this past Saturday’s 21-point loss to Notre Dame was more about the Irish having an off day. They will be completely out of their league against the nation’s top team with an offense that is only averaging 17 points a game.

The only thing that can get in the Tigers’ way this Saturday is themselves if they get caught looking past this game. I do not see that being the case as Clemson continues its march towards a likely showdown against North Carolina in the ACC title game. That matchup should merely be a stepping stone to bigger and better things in this season College Football Playoff. The Tigers are the complete package and covering such a large spread at home against one of the bottom feeders in the ACC should not be too much of an issue.

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