College Football betting picks against the spread Week 15 2020

STATE COLLEGE, PA – NOVEMBER 30: A football rests on the field during the first half of the game between the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Beaver Stadium on November 30, 2019 in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

College Football betting picks against the spread Week 15 2020

How great is it to still have a full week of college football betting in mid December! I can get used to this! A total of 11 games have been COVIDed this week. Let’s hope that Ohio State takes Lincoln Riley up on his offer!

I had my worst ween in a month in week 14, so I still am in a hole. I’m afraid that there may not be enough games left for me to get out of it. Now we at least have a baseline for all schools. That makes it a little bit easier to pick.

In case you don’t know what I do here, I pick every FBS vs. FBS college football game of the season. Big deal, right? Lots of people make picks. Well, I do them all against the spread! I take the odds of each game and average them out at all the Vegas casinos and round to the nearest half. There will be no ties here. Ties are for the other football.

I also assign a point value based on the confidence I have in each pick. 1 means that I have little to no confidence. 5 is one I would place a decent wager on. I keep track of my record and my points back from year to year.

Games involving FCS vs. FCS schools and FBS vs. FCS schools will NOT be picked. Most of these lines are off the boards at the major casinos anyway. This year there are less of those games happening, and if there is enough demand, I may take a shot.

As we all well know, this is not an exact science. Due to the volatile nature of betting in general, this is for entertainment purposes only! I cannot be responsible for the loss of money, possessions, spouses, or limbs because of my picks. I can’t have that on my conscious.

The good spots were harder to come by this week, but there are still some spots I like.

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