College Football Predictions – Week 11

College Predictions

It’s crunch time for teams who still want to make the playoffs. This week is the beginning of the end for teams like Mississippi State, Alabama, and Auburn.

Week 1: 10-5
Week 2: 14-2
Week 3: 12-3
Week 4: 9-3
Week 5: 9-2
Week 6: 5-5
Week 7: 9-2
Week 8: 9-0
Week 9: 8-2
Week 10: 9-2

Total: 94-26

I missed two games this past weekend. The first was Florida’s beat down of Georgia. Let’s be honest, no one saw that coming, and if you say you did, you are either lying, or a delusional Florida football fan. The second was FSU and Louisville. That was my upset special, and Louisville looked like they just ran out of energy after the first half. They got up so much, but lost all their want and desire after the first half was so successful. Oh well.

This week has some good match-ups, starting with Alabama and LSU. Saturday night down in Baton Rouge is a dangerous place to be.

Also, a note about the non-SEC games. There are just too many big ones to choose from, so I put five in there because they all are potential elimination games for possible playoff teams. The fifth is my upset special. Plus, after calling Arizona State/Utah down to the exact points last week, I’m feeling a little frisky… I’ll mark the winner against the spread in italics.

Week Eleven

Alabama (-6.5) LSU

Auburn (-21.5) Texas A&M

Georgia (-10) Kentucky

Ole Miss (N/A) Presbyterian

Mississippi State (N/A) UT Martin

Florida (-14.5) Vanderbilt

Top Non-SEC Games

Oregon (-9) Utah

TCU (-6) Kansas State

Michigan State (-3.5) Ohio State

Arizona State (-2.5) Notre Dame

Upset Special

Baylor (5.5) Oklahoma

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Jon Lunceford is a sports media broadcaster and digital professional. Jon is a graduate of the University of Alabama school of journalism, and played football at Birmingham-Southern College. He has also won two AHSAA Football State Championships while at Homewood High School and was a two-time World Cyber Games Team USA representative. He currently hosts Primetime on WJOX 94.5 and runs the high school athletics site JoxPreps.