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College Football Picks, Schedule: Predictions Against Spread, Inequality for the Big Top 25 Games in Week 10

College Football Picks, Schedule: Predictions Against Spread, Inequality for the Big Top 25 Games in Week 10

After a few “down” weeks of missing big-time games, the 10th week of the 2020 college football season looks set to offer some interesting and important match-ups. Not only are there two games between the top 10 teams, they are marquee games, which have big implications not only for conference championship races but also for the big college football playoff picture.

No. 8 Florida faces 5th Georgia at the world’s largest outdoor cocktail party, once again set as SEC on the CBS Game of the Week. While the Gators are looking to win the game and division for the first time since 2016, the Bulldogs are looking to bounce back after losing to No. 2 Alabama a few weeks ago.

No. in the Knight 1 Clemson Night Cap. 4 Visited Notre Dame. Their showdown could be the opening preview of the ACC Championship game. Fighting Irish will not only qualify for the title game this year, will not play with the ACC divisions and will instead lead both teams with excellent overall records. Can the Tigers work with freshman DJ Uyagaleli for Trevor Lawrence?

Pac-12 kicks off its 2020 season on Saturday, but two of its six games between the COVID-19 epidemic have been postponed. With everything on deck, our experts at CBS Sports are here to help you choose which game to play with expert choices. Let’s take a look at five key games this weekend.

Be sure to stick with CBS Sports throughout the day from the afternoon opening kickoff to the final whistle of the day for college football coverage.

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Odds by William Hill Sports Book | East at all times

No. 23 Michigan No. 13 Indiana (Afternoon FS1)

Yes, I do not fall for it. I know Michigan lost the game that everyone expected to win, but this point was overreacting to the spread defeat. During his five seasons in Michigan, Jim Harbaugh’s teams went only 1-3-1 ATS over Indiana despite winning all five games. The difference this year is that none of these games have spread this small. The average spread in those five games was 16.2 points. Michigan won every meeting by at least a touchdown. Last year, the Wolverines beat the best Indiana team we had seen in 25 years. We see Wolverine bounce this weekend, almost never playing with the Indiana team and its record suggests. Select: Michigan (-3) – Tom Fornelli

West Virginia at 22nd Texas (afternoon ABC)

The touchdown line is tricky as there is a lot of push on the table. Another key to West Virginia is avoiding the poor field position that gives Texas hidden yards in the same clip that was obtained against Oklahoma State. The crime committed by West Virginia did not travel well this year. Otherwise, the protection of climbers can be sustained. But since these two teams love to make mistakes, this keeps the game from getting caught. I take points. Select: West Virginia +6.5 – Ben Kercheval

8th Florida at No. 5 Georgia (3:30 pm on CBS)

Give me Florida to win, cover and top Georgia by double digits. The defense will no longer win championships. “Put” makes protection. Coach Kirby has more than enough to travel to Georgia in Florida considering the huge risk issues affecting smart staff. Quarterback Kyle Trask and the rest of the crime light up Georgia’s defense and score, which declined in the 30s. Can Stetson continue Bennett IV and the Bulldogs? Do not let. Select: Florida (+3.5) – Barrett Sally

Stanford at 12th Oregon (7:30 pm on ABC)

With both opt-outs and injuries degrading the secondary, this game is one of the most dangerous playmakers of any team can do much in space. Both teams return two receivers who received 50 or more passes last season. But Oregon is also giving back high caliber running backs on CJ Verdell and Cyrus Habibi-Licio. Ducks have enough speed and talent to cover this spread. Select: Oregon (-8) – David Cobb

No. 1 Clemson at No. 1 Notre Dame (7:30 pm on NBC)

Earlier this season, we talked about the trends of Big Game Dabo and Clemson in regular-season match-ups with fellow ranked teams. Unfortunately, I think the amount has already been affected by the absence of QB Trevor Lawrence. The score I am currently working on is 31-24 Tigers, which clears the amount posted by the field goal. Notre Dame is working with tons of confidence right now – the whole program rather than as a team – and I think it’s going to be a game classic, but Clemson does his best to win these games. I’ll be on the house dog if this spread is greater than the touchdown, but I really think the Tigers will win, so I’ll make a few points. Select: Clemson -5.5 – Chip Patterson