Picks Football - September 24, 2011
Over the past three weeks on the college gridiron we are 19-13 (59%) for +8.4 units. And, we are 12-8 (60%) in the NFL the first two weeks. We go with nine picks this weekend (one Friday and eight on Saturday) including picks in these primetime CBS games: Arkansas/Alabama and Tulsa/Boise State. Get all of this weekend's football picks here.
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Game: Nevada at Texas Tech (Saturday 9/24 7:00 PM Eastern)
Pick: Texas Tech -17 (-110)
Nevada did the unthinkable last year when they took down Boise State. Unfortunately, this is a much different team, as almost all of the key players in that win have moved on. The Wolfpack aren't a graduate and instant-reload type of team. It takes time. They had to replace their best ever QB, and they return just 12 starters overall. Their success over the past couple years has kept this line lower than where it should be. They barely squeaked past a bad San Jose State team last week, and were beaten by seven TDs by Oregon. Texas Tech is again an offensive juggernaut having gone over 50 points in their first two games. I can't see Nevada slowing them down. Seth Doege has completed 82% of his passes, and should tear apart an inexperienced Wolfpack secondary. Under Chris Ault, the Wolfpack are 5-15 ATS on the road in non-conference games. Tech is 63-35 ATS in their last 98 home games including 47-26 ATS as a favorite. Play on Texas Tech here in a blowout.
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