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Oddshark Computer Model Predicts Saturday's Biggest Games

You've likely read a number of previews and predictions for your favorite team's contest this Saturday. Here's one more - put together by a computer.

Oddsshark has a computer model that predicts scores for the weekend's biggest games. Let's take a look at what it's predicting for this Saturday:

  • Oklahoma beats Iowa State by an average score of 47.8-20.
  • Colorado beats UCLA by an average score of 40.8-20.6.
  • Oklahoma State beats Kansas State by an average score of 29.4-28.8.
  • Navy beats Notre Dame by an average score of 33.4-31.1.
  • Indiana beats Rutgers by an average score of 42.2-16.
  • Wisconsin beats Northwestern by an average score of 32.4-16.4.
  • Louisville beats Boston College by an average score of 47.8-15.6.
  • Ole Miss beats Georgia Southern by an average score of 40-24.9.
  • Auburn beats Vanderbilt by an average score of 43.4-12.4.
  • Miami beats Pitt by an average score of 33.7-26.6.
  • UNC beats Georgia Tech by an average score of 35.5-23.8.
  • Wake Forest beats Virginia by an average score of 25.3-23.9.
  • Stanford beats Oregon State by an average score of 31.4-15.6.
  • Michigan beats Maryland by an average score of 48.2-20.
  • Virginia Tech beats Duke by an average score of 40.4-23.
  • South Carolina beats Missouri by an average score of 28.4-20.6.
  • Washington State beats Arizona by an average score of 39.4-25.
  • West Virginia beats Kansas by an average score of 50.5-5.9.
  • Georgia beats Kentucky by an average score of 30.9-25.
  • Washington beats Cal by an average score of 55.1-26.1.

Here's what Oddshark's computer model is predicting for the 10 biggest games of the week, including:

  • Texas vs. Texas Tech
  • Texas A&M vs. Mississippi State
  • TCU vs. Baylor
  • Florida vs. Arkansas
  • Syracuse vs. Clemson
  • Florida State vs. NC State
  • Oregon vs. USC
  • Alabama vs. LSU
  • Ohio State vs. Nebraska

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