Winning College Football Picks, and Odds for Saturday, November 11, 2017: Michigan State Spartans at Ohio State Buckeyes.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Betting Analyst Al Presto. produces it for Football Expert news and notes.

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The (7-2), and sixteenth-ranked Michigan State Spartans of the Big Ten Conference East Division will travel to “C-BUS” for a week eleven divisional matchup.

Michigan State takes on the (7-2) and number eleven Ohio State Buckeyes also of the Big-10 East in 2017-18 NCAA Football action.

Game time is 12:00 PM EST on Saturday, November 11, 2017. The FOX Television Network will broadcast the game.

The teams will play at historic Ohio Stadium on the banks of the Olentangy River in Columbus, Ohio.

The Sports Handicapping expert at is aware of the upsets Michigan State has pulled this season. Michigan State is in a position to run the table and represent the East division in the Conference title game.

Ohio State is not playing to their strengths this season. Fans in “BUCKEYE NATION” bought the hype and are tired of hearing the talent of the Ohio State Football team, they want results.

The Opening Betting line has Ohio State as a sixteen point home favorite against the spread. The Betting Odds Total is fifty-three and a half points for Saturday’s game.


The 2017-18 Michigan State Spartans beat Michigan earlier this season and took care of Penn State last week.

Michigan State has gone over the betting odds total in three of their last four football games.

Head Coach Mark Dantonio is sold on his quarterback Brian Lewerke, who is stealing the hearts of Spartans loyalists.

As good as a job as he is doing Running Back LJ Scott is still the best player on the unit. The Ohio native will get another chance to show up his home state school. Scott tore through the Buckeyes defense for 160 rushing yards last season in a losing effort.

The Michigan State run defense ranks third nationally behind Alabama and TCU and they must contain the Buckeyes on the ground, forcing JT Barrett to make plays with his arm.

All said if Scott has the kind of day he had last season against the Buckeyes the Spartans will be victorious.

Bovada.Lv has the Michigan State Spartans over/under total wins at six and a half wins for the 2017-18 College Football campaign.
Disappointment is all that can be said for the Ohio State Buckeyes this season.

Head Coach Urban Meyer considered a “GOD” a few year’s ago by winning the first-ever BCS Championship with plenty of future pros on the roster.

Last weeks blowout loss in Iowa City was a nightmare from the opening kickoff.

Football fans in the state believe Ohio State has some of the best talents in the NCAA Football landscape.

However, in the largest city in Ohio, there are plenty of distraction for players who are treated like Kings.

Former Buckeyes head coach Jim Tressel liked to recruit Ohio kids first stating they play harder for the institute.

Quarterback JT Barrett has been up, and down this season, after an excellent performance in a comeback win over Penn State, he looked below average in the defeat at Iowa.

Can the Buckeyes focus and put together full four quarters of football?

The key to a Buckeyes victory is for the coaching staff to hold players accountable for mistakes Saturday.

Bovada.Lv list the Ohio State Buckeyes total wins at over/under ten and a half in 2017-18.

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