Best Week 11 Games to Bet On From AP Poll 25 Ranked Teams

Best Week 11 Games to Bet On From AP Poll 25 Ranked Teams

The first ten weeks of the regular season of college football in 2022 have now been completed. But as conference play heats up across the nation, we have another packed schedule of games scheduled for the following weekend.

The opening odds for the majority of the Week 11 games have already been made public by MyBookie’s oddsmakers. Four head-to-head contests between top-25 teams from the first College Football Playoff rankings are on the Week 11 schedule.

Let’s examine a few Week 11 games and provide you with the greatest College Football Betting opportunities for the coming week.

What Are The Best Betting Opportunities in Week 11 of College Football Action?

No. 7 LSU Tigers (-3) at Arkansas Razorbacks

LSU is the real deal. After opening the season with a tough loss to Florida State, LSU has proven they can contend for an NCAA Football Championship with strong wins over Alabama, Ole Miss, and Florida. Over their last three games, the Tigers have dominated, covering the spread in each of those appearances in SEC play.

The Tigers will Travel to Arkansas to take on the Razorbacks in Week 11, and I think oddsmakers were generous in giving LSU just three points.

The Tigers clearly have something to play for, and they will try to make it tough on the committee to try and put them in the college football playoff. 

Arkansas has completely fallen off as of late; after starting 3-0, the Razorbacks then lost their next three contests.

They also fell to Liberty last week at home, and things will not get any easier as they welcome No. 7 LSU. Arkansas has failed to cover the spread in five of its last seven contests. Jump all over the LSU Tigers in this matchup.

Louisville Cardinal (+8.5) vs No.12 Clemson Tigers

What is going on with Clemson? Clemson has dominated the College Football Playoff era, but the team had its first three-loss campaign last year, and the ugly offensive issues they had during that year have reared its head in the Tigers’ last three games. Following victories in their last two contests, Clemson was dominated by the Fighting Irish in South Bend.

The Fighting Irish pounded the ball down Clemson’s throat all night in a decisive victory that has seemingly ended their playoff football hopes.

Although Louisville’s defense isn’t as good as the Irish’s, the Cardinals do have a potent running attack and a quarterback with good mobility in Malik Cunningham, who can cause problems for the Tigers’ defense.

Since Cunningham’s return, Louisville has won three consecutive games decisively, and the Cardinal have covered the spread in their last four contests. 

Although they are on the road, expect Louisville to keep this game within 8.5 points against the No. 12 ranked Clemson Tigers, who have failed to cover the betting spread in their last two contests.

No. 25 Florida State Seminoles (-6) vs Syracuse Orange

Syracuse has completely fallen off after once being ranked as high as No. 15 when they took on Clemson just a few weeks ago. The Orange have lost three straight games while failing to cover the number in two of those games.

Additionally, quarterback Garrett Shrader has also been limited by an injury. That doesn’t look good against a Florida State squad that has won two straight lopsided games and is firing on all cylinders on both sides of the ball. 

Florida State has dominated its last two contests after losing an ACC battle against Clemson. The Seminoles responded by outscoring the Miami Hurricanes and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 86-19.

The Syracuse Orange offense won’t be able to stop Florida State’s defensive unit that totaled four takeaways last game. The Noles have covered in each of their last two contests, and I expect them to continue that strong streak.


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