Wisconsin (+4) at PURDUE
By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper
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My free College Football winner for Saturday is on Wisconsin over Purdue, as I love the road underdog to get the money.
Wisconsin rolls in to this one in unfamiliar territory, having been eliminated from the West Division title chase, so one has to wonder how the Badgers respond at this point in the season.
The good thing to know heading into this contest, however, is the last time Wisconsin lost a Big Ten Conference football game at Purdue was 1997. That's seven straight win at Ross-Ade Stadium. Plus, the Badgers have won 12 straight in this series.
Now you're telling me I get to take points in this one?
Purdue's 90th-ranked defense will struggle to stop Wisconsin tailback Jonathan Taylor, who has run for at least 1,500 yards in his freshman and sophomore seasons, then 1,977 a year ago and 1,548 so far this season. The Boilermakers allow 144.8 yards per game - 46th in the nation - and I wouldn't be surprised to see Taylor run for that much on his own.
The Boilermakers' 122nd-ranked passing defense that allows 281.8 yards per game opens the door for Wisconsin's offense to flourish. The Badgers don't have the strongest passing game, but they can be effective in key spot once the sixth-best rushing game takes over.
Wisconsin has the 14th-best red zone offense in the land, while it has the 34th-best defense overall. And when the Badgers stifle Purdue, they'll put their offensive counterparts in great scoring positions throughout the game.
The Badgers have the 25th-best scoring defense that allows 21.0 points per game, so look for them to salvage their season by winning their final road game to prepare for their home finale next week against Minnesota in the battle for the Axe.
Massachusetts at GEORGIA (-41)
By Tommy Brunson, Featured Handicapper
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Comp play release for Saturday on Georgia minus the redwood tree over Massachusetts.
The fact UGa is laying over 40 points assure UMass of being in this game for a spell, but in reality, the final score could very well be 58-7 in favor of the host Bulldogs.
The 'Dawgs are in a "holding pattern" until they face Alabama in the SEC Championship Game, as they have a date with Georgia Tech up next. Again, no worries laying this wood, as Georgia has won and cover 3 in a row now since their lone loss at LSU, and Kirby Smart has Georgia at 17-8 overall their last 25 versus the number.
Expect to see a little more of highly-touted quarterback Justin Fields in this game, and expect Fields to use this opportunity to showcase his goods.
As for UMass, the Minutemen simply do not have the talent or the depth to mount any kind of a threat either straight up or against the spread. This will be a nice paycheck for the University, but that's about it as the UMass season will conclude today. Massachusetts stands at just 4-8 against the spread their last dozen games played.
I am sure a lot of folks will line up for a play on Massachusetts, as they may be of the opinion that Georgia will be working past UMass as they get ready for Georgia Tech's triple-option next week, but I am not one of them!
Just a matter of time before this big number gets covered, as Georgia will not allow more than a touchdown at home today to Massachusetts.
58-7 final here.