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NCAAF Week 15 Computer Picks
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Utah Utes ML (-250) vs. Oregon Ducks – Total: 45.5
NCAAF Computer Pick – Utah to win
Going into this season, Oregon was a darkhorse candidate to find its way into the College Football Playoff. Now, they’ll be looking to keep Utah out of potentially getting there themselves. The Utes made it all the way to the Pac-12 Championship Game last season but were without their two most important players on offense.
Utah had its best regular season in over a decade at 11-1 and come into this game on an eight-game winning streak. In the Utes only loss of the season, they were without star running back Zack Moss. He has been absolutely dominant in the 2019 campaign with 1,246 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns. Not to mention, Tyler Huntley has been phenomenal with a 75.5 completion percentage.
Oregon is a much different team from years ago when the public remembers them as this high-flying offense. Now, the Ducks are more of a balanced team that relies on their defense to put them in good field position. Against a team like Utah, that defense won’t be able to put that usual stamp on games like most of the season.
We like Utah to have plenty of motivation in making its case in the College Football Playoff and win the game outright. Sure, the spread is certainly attainable in this matchup, but we’ll take the safer route and give ourselves a chance to complete the rest of the parlay on Saturday afternoon.
Appalachian State Mountaineers ML (-240) vs. Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns – Total: 56
NCAAF Computer Pick – Appalachian to win
This will be the fourth time in two seasons that Appalachian State and Louisiana have met, with the Mountaineers not losing any of these matchups over that span. One of those three meetings was last year’s Sun Belt Championship, which we’re obviously going to see once again this season. It’s interesting to note, though, that the 11-point margin in last year’s conference championship game was the largest gap of scores over the two-year stretch between the teams.
Nonetheless, we feel like this is one of the more interesting point spreads of the weekend. In fact, this will be the first time in Sun Belt Conference history that two teams with 10 or more wins will be meeting. We feel like going with Appalachian State on the moneyline is the more logical play here. Not to mention, the Mountaineers get the advantage of playing this conference championship game on their home field.
Oklahoma Sooners ML (-295) vs. Baylor Bears – Total: 64.5
NCAAF Computer Pick – Oklahoma to win
We just saw this same matchup a few weeks ago, and it ended up being one for the ages. Baylor held a 28-3 lead midway through the second quarter before Oklahoma stormed back and captured a stunning 34-31 victory. Now, the two teams will meet in the Big 12 title game.
This is a matchup of the Big 12’s top offense (Oklahoma: 44.3 points per game) against the Big 12’s top defense (Baylor: 18.4 points allowed per game). Needless to say, that Baylor defense didn’t do its job for a full 60 minutes in the first meeting, and that’ll certainly be stressed in the week leading up to the game.
At the end of the day, though, it’s the Oklahoma offense that’ll be too much to deal with. Quarterback Jalen Hurts is just the latest one-year signal-caller that head coach Lincoln Riley has had the pleasure of dealing with. Not to mention, the Sooners defense has also been quite serviceable. That unit actually ranks first in the Big 12 for yards allowed (336.1) and passing yards allowed (195.9) per game.
If Oklahoma wins this game and gets a Georgia and Utah loss, it’ll almost assure itself of getting into the College Football Playoff. It goes without saying that there’s plenty at stake in this one.