It was another crazy week in college football, so we can definitely expect to see some big changes when the Playoff Committee puts out their next set of rankings on Tuesday night. Georgia will almost certainly be back in the #1 spot, but what will happen to Tennessee and Clemson, both of whom saw their perfect start to the season end? Will TCU, who remained unbeaten move into the top 4? Week 10 was everything we love about college football, and we have 3 more weeks of it to come before we get into bowl season and the payoffs. That means it’s now time to look ahead to Week 11, which we will start with our ATS picks for the weekend. Overall, this season, our NCAA Football Betting picks are at 51-44-1, so we need to improve in the closing weeks.
ATS Week 11 Betting Picks | 2022 College Football Analysis
Wyoming Cowboys (-9) at Colorado State Rams
The hope for Wyoming will be that the bye week did not slow down their momentum, as they went into their break on a 3-game win streak that took them to 6-2 on the season. They will return to action with a road trip to face the Colorado State Rams, who, at 2-7, are struggling to get anything going this season. The Rams have lost 2 in a row and 4 of their last 4. Wyoming still has an outside shot at winning their division in the Mountain West, so still a lot to play for. Wyoming has covered the spread in each of their last 6 conference games, while also going 5-1 ATS in their last 6 against Colorado State.
Southern Miss Golden Eagles (+11) at Coastal Carolina Chanticleers
Unless something really crazy happens, it looks like the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers will be in the Sun Belt Conference Championship Game, going 8-1 (5-1 in conference play) through the opening 10 weeks. They can cement their division with a win this weekend, which is a home game against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles, who come into this one at 5-4, just 1 win away from becoming bowl eligible. I am all over Coastal Carolina getting the win, but I am not a fan of the point spread. Southern Miss is 9-3 ATS in their last 12 games and have covered the spread in 5 of their last 6 road games.
Texas A&M Aggies (+2) at Auburn Tigers
We are all well aware that playing the SEC schedule is like walking through a landmine, but we did expect both of these teams to be better this season. Both of them are coming into this weekend sitting at 3-6 and looking like they are going to miss out on bowl season. It’s tough to know where these teams are at mentally, which makes this one a bit of a tricky pick. The Aggies have lost 5 of their last 6 games on the road, but we are concerned about the spread here, which is where Texas A&M looks a good deal more convincing, covering in 4 of their last 5 visits to Auburn.