Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 13

Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 13

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Ten Best Over/Under Point Total Predictions: Week 13


What ten games appear to be the best bets and the best point total picks going into Week 13? Here you go. Enjoy.


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10 Best Over/Under Point Total Picks So Far: 61-59

Hoping you went with the Oklahoma-West Virginia over …

Starting with a few that didn’t quite make the cut, but are still spicy …

Minnesota at Wisconsin 53.5 UNDER
Nevada at UNLV 60.5 OVER
– LSU at Texas A&M 47.5 UNDER


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10. Tennessee at Vanderbilt

LINE: Vanderbilt -3, o/u: 52
POINT TOTAL PICK: Under

It’s a battle for a bowl bid, but will the offenses show up?

Tennessee just doesn’t score enough, coming up with 30 points or fewer in every FBS game. But hoping for Vanderbilt to comply might be an issue.

Four of the last five Commodore games have blown past five points, but this should be dragged down to Tennessee’s level. Vandy has failed to come up with more than 31 points in seven of the last nine games, and that’s what this will take.

As long as one of the two doesn’t get to over 30, this should be fine.

9. Georgia Southern at Georgia State

LINE: Georgia Southern -10.5, o/u: 58.5
POINT TOTAL PICK: Under

As great as the Georgia Southern offense might be, it doesn’t explode unless it’s dealing with a truly miserable defense. Even when the option works, the Eagles are good to end up in the mid-20s to low-30s.

Overall, three of the last four Georgia Southern games went under 59. And now comes a Georgia State team that will likely be held to around 20.

The concern is that the Eagle offense goes off. The Panthers have allowed 36 points or more in each of the last six games, but again, because Georgia Southern controls the pace, there shouldn’t be enough possessions to put up huge numbers.

8. BYU at Utah

LINE: Utah -11, o/u: 44.5
POINT TOTAL PICK: Under

Oh yes, you do like the Utah defense in this.

The BYU defense is strong enough to keep this slow and low, allowing 23 points or fewer in teach of the last five games. But 44.5 isn’t a hard number to hit, so you’re looking for the Cougar attack that failed to get to 21 points during a rough stretch of four games in five weeks.

Utah’s defense had a few problems with Arizona State and Oregon, but when it’s feisty and on, it’s a brick wall against the mediocre.

It’s a risk, but you’re asking Utah to keep BYU to around 14 points. The Utes allowed 10 points or fewer five times this season.

7. North Texas at UTSA

LINE: North Texas -24.5, o/u: 51.5
POINT TOTAL PICK: Under

This is entirely about the UTSA offense – or lack thereof.

North Texas is explosive enough to get to 51 points by itself, and the UTSA defense hasn’t been the UTSA defense of last year, allowing 52 to UAB and 45 to FIU over the last three weeks.

However, the Roadrunner O has scored a grand total of ten points in the last three games, and haven’t scored more than 17 in the last five games. Six of the last eight UTSA games have gone under 52 points.

6. Old Dominion at Rice

LINE: Old Dominion -7.5, o/u: 63
POINT TOTAL PICK: Under

The defenses might be lousy, but 63 is a massive number to hit when involving a Rice team that scored 17 points or fewer in six of the last seven games.

The Owls don’t put up points in bunches, but the Old Dominion defense is happy to give them up. The Monarchs have allowed 31 points or more in each of their last seven games against FBS teams, but to get there, Rice will have to break character.

Considering the owls have yet o score 30 points against an FBS team, the scoring will be slow and low.

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