The College Football season is almost over as we cross into Week 13.
Here, we’ll create a three-leg parlay using odds from DraftKings Sportsbook.
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Mississippi State and Ole Miss have competent quarterbacks in Will Rogers and Jaxson Dart, respectively, but this game will be won in the running game.
Simply put: Ole Miss dominates in the run game with Quinshon Judkins.
Judkins has run over 100 yards in all but three games this season and has 230 carries for 1,385 yards and 16 touchdowns. That doesn’t bode well for a Mississippi State defense that allows 4.33 yards per carry and has also given up 19 rushing touchdowns on the year and over 150 rushing yards per game.
Dart and Rogers both have solid receiving options, especially Mingo for Ole Miss, but he’ll match up against Emmanuel Forbes, which is far from a “gimme” matchup.
Look for Judkins to run all over Mississippi State, secure the win, and cover 2.5.
Michigan isn’t saying much about the status of running back Blake Corum. Still, it’s safe to assume the Heisman hopeful suits up here.
With Corum in the lineup, they’ll have a player that’s run for over 1,400 yards and has nearly 20 touchdowns on the ground.
The Ohio State offense is based around passing the ball, whereas the run game isn’t anything to be worried about. In contrast, Michigan’s passing attack isn’t as good as their rushing attack.
The key to victory in this game for the Wolverines is running the ball with Corum and the rest of the backs to wind the clock down and keep C.J. Stroud and Ohio State off the field.
The Wolverines have solid defenders in cornerbacks Gemon Green, Mike Sainristil, and DJ Turner. They also have a pass-rush that’s generated over 190 total pressures this season and 40 sacks.
The Wolverines will run the ball well enough here and hold up defensively to keep this one close, even on the road.
There’s no way we’re laying 22 points with Alabama for the rest of this season, including the Iron Bowl against Auburn.
With Cadillac Williams taking over head coaching duties, they’re 3-0 against the spread. The total in this game is under 50 points, which, based on the spread, indicates that DraftKings expects Alabama to demolish Auburn.
Yes, Alabama should easily win this game. However, Auburn has some pieces that could allow them to score at least a couple of touchdowns which will be plenty for this game.
The Crimson Tide have Bryce Young at quarterback, but they’re missing that top-tier receiver. Auburn has an excellent outside cornerback in D.J. James and has an above-average one across from him in Nehemiah Pritchett.
Offensively, yeah, it’s hard to trust quarterback Robby Ashford, but the team still has running back Tank Bigsby, that can help make things happen.
It’s impossible to trust Alabama to blow out any team right now, especially against a team familiar with Alabama, has a competent run game, has corners that can play, and is rallying around an interim coach.
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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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