College Football Odds, Predictions, Selection for Week 12, 2023: Proven Model Supports Georgia, Minnesota

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Kansas slipped to 25th place after losing to Texas Tech last week, but have a chance to make a comeback when they face No. 21 Kansas State in the 2023 Sunflower Showdown during the 12th week college football program on Saturday. Jayhawks then stepped down no. 6 Oklahoma and Iowa states as 3.5-point favorites before losing to the Red Raiders in consecutive games. According to the latest Week 12 college football odds from Sportsline consensus, they are 8-point underdogs against Kansas State. There are many other rivalry games this weekend, including top-ranked Georgia vs. No. 18 Tennessee (3:30 pm ET).

The Bulldogs extended their winning streak to 27 games with a 52-17 win over Ole Miss last week, putting them on track for their third consecutive national championship. They are the 10-point road favorites for Saturday’s games in Knoxville, making it one of the most intriguing Week 12 college football lines. Before locking in 12 college football picks on any given week on those games or others be sure to check out the latest college football predictions from Sportsline’s proven model.

The SportsLine projection model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Since its inception, it has earned a staggering profit of more than $2,000 for 100 players on its top-rated college football pick against the spread. Anyone who has followed it has seen huge returns.

Now, it has turned its attention to the latest college football odds for the 12th week and has turned its attention into selection for each FBS matchup.

Top College Football Predictions for Week 12

On Saturday, No. 1 Georgia (-10) won a stunning victory at 3:30 p.m. ET SEC over the CBS Matchup in Tennessee. The Bulldogs have dominated this rivalry in recent years, winning each of the last six encounters between these teams. All six of those victories have been achieved at least twice, with Georgia covering five times during that period.

Tennessee suffered a 36-7 defeat at the hands of Missouri last week, giving them their third double-digit defeat of the season. The Tigers covered 530 yards, which is not good for Tennessee’s defense. Georgia covered 628 yards in a 52-17 win over Ole Miss last week and the Bulldogs are covering nearly 70% of the time for Saturday’s rivalry game.

Another prediction: Minnesota (+27.5) easily covers No. 2 Ohio State in the 4 p.m. ET kickoff. The Golden Gophers have beaten Ohio State only once in the series’ history, but they’ve been playing close games over the past decade. They have been within 16 points in four consecutive encounters, including a 45-31 defeat in the most recent encounter (2021).

Minnesota have split their first 10 games this season, with only one loss coming from more than 20 points. Sophomore quarterback Athan Kaliakmanis is improving rapidly, throwing six touchdown passes and zero interceptions in his last two games. Sportsline’s model hopes to throw another touchdown on Saturday, enough for Minnesota to cover the spread in more than 60% of simulations.

Top Week 12 Games for College Football Prospects

Wednesday, Nov. 15

Buffalo vs. Miami (OH) (-9, 39)

Central Michigan vs. Ohio (-11, 46.5)

Thursday, Nov. 16

Boston College vs. Pittsburgh (-3, 46.5)

Friday, Nov. 17

USF vs. UTSA (-15.5, 67)

Colorado vs. Washington State (-4.5, 64)

Saturday, Nov. 18

Michigan vs. Maryland (+21, 50.5)

Louisville vs. Miami (Fla.) (+1.5, 47.5)

Rutgers vs. Penn State (-20.5, 43)

Oklahoma vs. BYU (+24, 57)

Utah vs. Arizona (PK, 44.5)

North Carolina vs. Clemson (-7.5, 58)

Wake Forest vs. Notre Dame (-24.5, 47.5)

Georgia vs. Tennessee (+10, 59)

Illinois vs. Iowa (-4, 30.5)

Minnesota vs. Ohio State (-28.5, 49)

Oklahoma State vs. Houston (+7.5, 59.5)

Oregon vs. Arizona State (+22.5, 54)

Kansas vs. Kansas State (+7.5, 55.5)

Florida vs. Missouri (-11, 59.5)

Washington vs. Oregon State (-2, 64)

Texas vs. Iowa State (+9, 48.5)

LSU vs. Georgia State (+31.5, 71.5)

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