After a rough Week 9, The Spun staff got mostly back on track with our picks for Week 10. Now, we’re on to College Football Week 11.
Things kick off tonight in the Power Five, with No. 14 NC State hosting in-state rival Wake Forest. Tomorrow night, red hot Syracuse team hosts struggling Louisville, and Fresno State, with one of college football’s best defenses, looks to establish Mountain West dominance over annual league power Boise State.
On Saturday, there are plenty of interesting games, including Ohio State-Michigan State, Wisconsin-Penn State, Auburn-Georgia, Texas-Texas Tech, and College GameDay makes a rare trip up to Chestnut Hill for Boston College-Clemson.
College Football Playoff rankings leader Alabama hosts No. 16 Mississippi State, No. 3 Notre Dame hosts a reeling Florida State club, and No. 4 Michigan heads to Rutgers as a massive favorite.
After Week 9’s struggles, everyone got at least 22 wins in Week 10. Most hit at least 25 or 26 games.
After 10 weeks, here are the staff pick standings:
Matt Hladik is now in first place by four games after and it is very close in the few spots after him.
Here are our picks for the upcoming week. We choose every game involving a Power Five/Top 25 team.
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|Wake Forest at 14 NC State|
|Louisville at 13 Syracuse|
|23 Fresno State at Boise State|
|TCU at 9 West Virginia|
|10 Ohio State at 18 Michigan State|
|Navy at 12 UCF|
|South Carolina at 15 Florida|
|Wisconsin at 20 Penn State|
|Kansas at Kansas State|
|Vanderbilt at Missouri|
|Ole Miss at Texas A&M|
|Illinois at Nebraska|
|Maryland at Indiana|
|North Carolina at Duke|
|UCLA at Arizona State|
|Liberty at Virginia|
|16 Mississippi State at 1 Alabama|
|4 Michigan at Rutgers|
|Oklahoma State at 6 Oklahoma|
|8 Washington State at Colorado|
|11 Kentucky at Tennessee|
|Northwestern at 21 Iowa|
|Baylor at 22 Iowa State|
|Virginia Tech at Pitt|
|Purdue at Minnesota|
|Oregon at Utah|
|24 Auburn at 5 Georgia|
|Miami at Georgia Tech|
|Florida State at 3 Notre Dame|
|7 LSU at Arkansas|
|19 Texas at Texas Tech|
|2 Clemson at 17 Boston College|
|Oregon State at Stanford|
|Cal at USC|