Conference Championship Weekend

Regular season College Football picks will essentially be over following this weekend (Army and Navy do play next week) with five conference title games, three of which will decide BCS bowl berths taking place this weekend. The second-ranked team in the BCS Standings, Oregon, will also see action when they travel to Corvallis to face rival Oregon State in the Civil War. The Ducks have opened as big 16.5-point favorites on the betting line for this contest, which if they win, they’ll be playing for the National Title.

The MAC Championship Game is Friday and it features Northern Illinois as a big favorite against Miami (OH). The Huskies are 7-0 ATS in MAC play so far, but have yet to play the RedHawks, who have won their last four games. The other ‘minor’ conference championship game of the weekend is in Conference USA ทางเข้าเว็บตรงufabet with June Jones’ SMU team taking on favored Central Florida. This is the one conference title game where homefield advantage comes into play as the game will be played in Orlando, home of the Knights. UCF is 12-4 ATS as a favorite the last two seasons so they might be a good College Football pick.

The SEC Championship Game will grab all the headlines with #1 Auburn facing South Carolina. This is the only conference championship game that will be a rematch from the regular season game. In that September contest, Auburn rallied from 14 down to win 35-27 at home. It’s worth noting that the Tigers have trailed in six of eight league games this year – in the second half! After bankrupting College Football bettors last week in a comeback win over Alabama, Auburn is favored by 5.5 over the Gamecocks this week.

The ACC Championship Game is Florida State at Virginia Tech. The Hokies are favored by four points. Since opening the year 0-2 straight up with a loss to FCS James Madison, the Hokies have won ten straight games, covering the spread in nine of them. Florida State has allowed just 36 points total the last three games, so the Under might be a good College Football pick.

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