College Football Week 14 Parlay Betting Picks
College Football Week 14 Parlay Betting Picks,This Saturday’s college football schedule features a number of conference championship games, but I have drilled down into all the facts, stats and NCAAF betting trends to come up with two title showdowns that come together perfectly to form this week’s two-team parlay play.
College Football Week 14 Parlay Betting Picks Temple Owls vs. Navy Midshipmen
Pointspread: Navy -3
The Temple Owls won their last six games to lay claim to the AAC East at 7-1 straight-up and they come into this conference title game at 9-3 SU overall. Anyone riding this team all season long against the spread has already pocketed quite a bit a cash with the Owls’ current 11-game winning streak ATS. What I really like about this team in this matchup as an underdog other than its ability to cover week after week is a defense that is holding opponents to just 17.8 points a game, which is ranked 10th in the nation.
Navy has put together a four-game winning streak SU while going 3-0-1 ATS to take the AAC West at 7-1 in conference play. Behind quarterback Will Worth, who has 1,363 yards passing and 1,181 yards rushing, the Midshipmen are ranked 11th in the nation in scoring points with 41.9 a game. The problem for Navy in this showdown is that defense wins championships. Its defense is allowing an average of 30.1 points a game and this number has actually risen to 32.3 points during the team’s current winning streak. Take Temple in a SU win.
NCAAF Wagering Predictions Virginia Tech Hokies vs. Clemson Tigers
Pointspread: Clemson -9.5
The Hokies ran all over rival Virginia 52-10 last Saturday as heavy 19.5-point home favorites to secure the ACC’s Coastal Division title at 6-2 SU. This has still been a tough team to bet on for most of the season at 3-4 ATS in its last seven games. Virginia Tech is also a team that relies heavily on a very versatile quarterback that runs the ball just as well as he can throw it. Jerod Evans has racked up 3,045 yards through the air to go along with his team-high 713 yards on the ground.
Everyone already knows about Clemson’s duel threat Deshaun Watson in what should a great battle between two of the most exciting quarterbacks in the ACC. His pay per head numbers on the year with the SU 11-1 Tigers stand at 3,626 yards passing along with another 444 yards on the ground. I went against Clemson last week as a 26-point home favorite against rival South Carolina and paid the price after the Tigers went on to cover easily in a lopsided 56-7 rout. At 2-4 ATS in their last six games, I am going against them again this week as neutral-site favorite against a much tougher opponent that can go toe-to-toe with them on offense. Top
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