NCAA Football Week 11 Report


This is our NCAA football Week 11 report, where we review last week’s CFB action. We review how all of our top handicappers performed, the biggest games and upsets, plus a look ahead to Week 12 games.

There were zero changes at the top of the CFP selection committee rankings. Ohio State (#1), Georgia (#2), Michigan (#3), Florida State (#4), Washington (#5) and Oregon (#6) are the top six teams.

Tune it to ESPN tonight to watch the third CFP selection committee rankings being released.

NCAA Football Week 11 Report – Handicappers Review

Our top two guys had $1000 in profits and lead our NCAA football Week 11 report handicapping rankings. Al Grant went 6-0 and MF Picks went 4-0, both are regularly featured at the top of our rankings.

There were 33 Sports Hub handicappers that posted a profit in Week 11. We won’t be able to feature all of them in our NCAA football Week 11 report, but you can view them on the NCAAF leaderboard.

Here were the most profitable cappers that we wanted to feature in our NCAA football Week 11 report:

  • Al Grant: 6-0 (+$600)
  • MF Picks: 4-0 (+$400)
  • Scott’s Picks: 5-2 (+$278)
  • William Taylor: 6-3 (+$275)
  • Hollywood Sports: 2-0 (+$200)
  • James Anderson / Pure Lock / Vegas Writer: 3-1 (+$190)

Our top eight cappers netted over $2000 in profits for our members in Week 11. Make sure you sign-up to Sports Hub, so that you gain access to all of our college football predictions for the rest of the season.

NCAA Football Week 11 Report – Game of the Week

Our NCAA football Week 11 report “Game of the Week” featured the Utes vs. Huskies.

  • Game of the Week: #13 Utah (28) vs. #5 Washington (35)

Utah (7-3 / 4-3 Pac-12) suffered a loss to Washington (10-0 / 7-0 Pac-12) in Week 11. The Huskies were down 28-24 at halftime, but they outscored the Utes 11-0 in the second half. After a weak showing by the Washington defense in the first half, it was good to see them step up to finish the game.

Michael Penix Jr. wasn’t accurate (24/42), but he had 332 yards, 2 TDs and 0 INTs. Dillon Johnson ended the game with 104 rushing yards and 1 rushing TD on 23 carries (4.5 yards per carry).

Rome Odunze had another huge performance (three receptions for 111 yards and two TDs).

The Huskies will be tested against Oregon State next week, but should remain undefeated this season.

We’ll continue with the rest of the top ten games in our NCAA football Week 11 report next.

Biggest Games and Upsets in College Football Week 11

Here are the biggest games and upsets we wanted to feature in our NCAA football Week 11 report:

  • #10 Ole Miss (17) vs. #1 Georgia (52): Georgia crushed Ole Miss. The Bulldogs rushed for 300 yards and 5 TDs on 35 carries (8.6 yards per carry). Carson Beck also threw two TD passes.
  • #2 Michigan (24) vs. #9 Penn State (15): The Wolverines played great defense and utilized the run game to win. Blake Corum had 145 rushing yards and 2 TDs on 26 carries.
  • Miami (20) vs. #4 Florida State (27): FSU took the lead in the third quarter and held on. Trey Benson carried the football 16 times for 80 yards and 2 TDs (5.0 yards per carry).
  • USC (27) vs. #6 Oregon (36): USC tried to make a comeback in the fourth quarter, but they were unable to catch Oregon. Bo Nix went 23/31 for 412 yards and 4 TDs in the win.
  • #7 Texas (29) vs. TCU (26): TCU outscored Texas 20-3 in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough to pull off the upset. Jonathon Brooks had 21 carries for 104 yards and 2 TDs in the win.
  • #14 Tennessee (7) vs. #16 Missouri (36): After a scoreless first quarter it was all Missouri. The Tigers rushed the football 51 times for 255 yards (5.0 yards per carry) and 2 TDs.
  • #15 Oklahoma State (3) vs. UCF (45): The Cowboys suffered a brutal Big 12 loss on Saturday, as the Knights crushed them. UCF had 51 carries for 293 yards (5.7 yards per carry) and 3 TDs.
  • Texas Tech (16) vs. #19 Kansas (13): Kansas were upset at home by Texas Tech. Gino Garcia went 3/4 on field goals in the win. It wasn’t pretty, but the Red Raiders picked up their fifth win.
  • Duke (45) vs. #24 North Carolina (47): What a game between these two blue blood rivals. UNC stopped a two-point conversion in double-overtime to win the game by two points.

There were a lot of big games to feature in our NCAA football Week 11 report.

NCAA Football Week 11 Report – Betting Trends

Here are several updated betting trends we wanted to include in our NCAA football Week 11 report:

  • Top 25 vs. Unranked: Fading the top 25 vs. unranked opponents has been a good bet most of the season. In Week 11, the top 25 went 14-2 (7-9 ATS) against unranked opponents.
  • Undefeated Power Five Teams: The top five teams in the country continue winning. The five undefeated power five teams left (Georgia, Ohio State, Michigan, Florida State and Washington) all won last weekend again. These five teams went 3-2 ATS in Week 11.
  • NCAAF ATS Trends: UNLV (9-1 ATS) have been the most profitable team against the spread in college football. New Mexico State, Miami (OH), Arizona, Liberty and Coastal Carolina are all 8-2 ATS. Vanderbilt (1-10 ATS) have been the best team to fade ATS. Mississippi State and Illinois are both 2-8 ATS. USC are now 3-8 ATS after covering the spread against Oregon in Week 11.
  • NCAAF Over/Under Trends: LSU have gone over in every game (10-0) this season. USC (9-2), Georgia Tech (8-2), New Mexico (8-2) and Memphis (8-2) are all teams to target on the over. If you enjoy betting unders there are seven teams with an over/under record of 2-8 (NC State, UCLA, Ohio State, Tulane, Arizona, Coastal Carolina and Ohio).

Utilize these trends in our NCAA football Week 11 report when betting in Week 12.

What to Watch for Next Week in College Football

Here are the top games for Week 12 that we wanted to include in our NCAA football Week 11 report:

  • Colorado vs. Washington State: Two teams with a 1-6 Pac-12 record meet on Friday night and the Cougars are favored (-4.5). Both teams need to win out in order to qualify for a bowl game.
  • #16 Utah vs. #19 Arizona: Arizona are rolling. The Wildcats have won four consecutive games and three of them were against ranked opponents. Utah are just 2-2 on the road this season.
  • #1 Georgia vs. #21 Tennessee: Georgia are big favorites (-10.5) on the road. Tennessee just played terribly against Mizzou and the Bulldogs are finally starting to dominate.
  • #5 Washington vs. #10 Oregon State: Can the Huskies remain undefeated? If they can win this game on the road, they should be able to defeat Washington State in their season finale.
  • #9 Louisville vs. Miami: Louisville are second-place in the ACC (6-1), but a loss on the road against Miami could spell trouble for them. Miami are 5-1 at home this season.

These games to watch for in our NCAA football Week 11 report will be popular and bring in a lot of betting volume. Our experts will be releasing plays for all of these featured matchups.

AP Top 25 Rankings Heading Into Week 12

It’s time to share the newest AP top 25 rankings in our NCAA football Week 11 report.

  1. Georgia (54)
  2. Michigan (7)
  3. Ohio State (1)
  4. Florida State
  5. Washington
  6. Oregon
  7. Texas
  8. Alabama
  9. Louisville
  10. Oregon State
  11. Missouri
  12. Penn State
  13. Ole Miss
  14. Oklahoma
  15. LSU
  16. Utah
  17. Tulane
  18. James Madison
  19. Arizona
  20. Notre Dame
  21. Tennessee
  22. North Carolina
  23. Kansas State
  24. Oklahoma State
  25. Liberty

*First place votes in brackets

The top eight in the AP top 25 rankings remain unchanged. Louisville and Oregon State have cracked the top ten. Missouri jumped five spots to #11. Penn State and Ole Miss are out of the top ten.

The biggest movers were Tennessee (lost seven spots) and Oklahoma State (lost nine spots).

That wraps up our NCAA football Week 11 report. Sign-up to Sports Hub so that you can bet on all of the picks our experts release. We’ve been crushing it this season and will continue to once bowl games start.