NCAAF Rivalry Week Totals Tout Analysis: Going Out with a Bang

Published on 30-Nov-2019 by Sportbet Staff

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NCAAF Rivalry Week Totals Tout Analysis: Going Out with a Bang

The 2019 college football regular season didn't disappoint with its thrills and spills.

Fortunately, it looked like more programs were capable of crashing parties on any given weekend.


It's also been a season that was kind to the wallet, and we're ready to keep it going with today's top totals predictions.

Please remember that the lines here were based on early postings and may have changed by now. So, check their current status before taking us up on any or all suggestions.


Clemson at South Carolina: 49½

The over is 3-1 in Clemson’s last 4. The under is 3-0 in the Gamecocks' last 3.

The Tigers won’t score their 45 average on the road and they can't do it by themselves. Gotta take the under.

Result: Clemson 38 Sout Carolina 3 ... under covers


Georgia at Georgia Tech: 44

The battle between Georgia and Georgia Tech is nicknamed Clean Old-Fashioned Hate.

The Bulldogs and Yellow Jackets don't project to produce enough points for the over. The under is 6-0 in the Dawgs’ last 6 games. Georgia Tech averages 17.5 points per. They’ll get 0 today.

Result: Georgia 52 Georgia Tech 7 ... over covers

Boston College at Pittsburgh: 53

The Eagles can score. Dudes average 31.4 points. Pitt averages 20.2 points. The average implies an under game.

The Panthers will play BC’s style, though. Go over.

Result: Boston College 26 Pittsburgh 19 ... under covers

Maryland at Michigan State: 52½

The Terrapins' defense is horrendous, allowing 36.1 points per game. Sparty's defense isn’t much better.

Michigan State’s D has allowed 5 teams to score 31 points or more this season. This one's going over.

Result: Michigan State 19 Maryland 16 ... under covers


Oregon State at Oregon: 66

This Civil War could've broken total records, but with late word that Beaver slinger Jake Luton won't play due to injury, that's gone out the window.

The Beavers had been scoring 35 points or more in 5 games this season. That includes scoring 35 points or more in 3 of the last 4. Oregon averages 36.9 points per.

The Ducks need to muster a bitta rivalry anger after their downer in the desert last weekend. The Beavers need this one to become bowl eligible. Due to the circumstances, though, this one's gonna be flat, scoring-wise. Go under.

Result: Oregon 24 Oregon State 10 ... under covers


Tulane at SMU: 72

The under is 2-0 in the Green Wave’s last couple of games. The over is 9-2 in Mustang games this season.

Tulane allows 26.5 points per on average. They'll slow SMU's tempo. Gotta disagree with the computer simulations, here. Play the under.

Result: SMU 37 Tulane 20 ... under covers

Texas A&M at LSU: 60½

The Bayou Bengals average 48.5 points per game. Last season, LSU beat A&M, 74-72, in that seven-overtime affair.

Although the score won’t approach that, the Aggies should pitch in and this one should go over.

Result: LSU 50 Texas A&M 7 ... under covers


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