The No. 2 Georgia Bulldogs have the opportunity to clinch the SEC East if they secure a victory on Saturday as they face off against No. 9 Ole Miss in Athens at 7 p.m. ET. According to the SportsLine consensus Week 11 college football odds, the Bulldogs are listed at -11. However, there is a possibility that Georgia may have already secured the East by that time, depending on the outcome of the 3:30 p.m. ET SEC on CBS matchup between No. 14 Missouri and No. 13 Tennessee. If Missouri wins, it would eliminate Tennessee and hand the East crown to the Bulldogs. On the other hand, if Tennessee wins, it would force Georgia to win either against Ole Miss or against the Vols in Week 12. Tennessee is a 1-point road favorite against Missouri.
No. 3 Michigan is a 4.5-point road favorite at No. 10 Penn State, and No. 8 Alabama is -10.5 at Kentucky. No. 5 Washington is -9.5 against No. 18 Utah. Vegas handicapper Bruce Marshall, known for his work at The Gold Sheet, has evaluated the latest college football odds for Week 11 and provided his analysis. Marshall is recommending that Alabama covers the double-digit line (-10.5) at Kentucky in a noon ET matchup on Saturday, predicting that the game will also go Over the total (48), given that Bama games have gone Over in eight of the last 11 times. Marshall has evaluated every other matchup and found a 10-1 spread trend that makes one pick a huge value on Saturday.
To make college football picks for Week 11, Marshall’s betting analysis for each matchup is available at SportsLine. Additionally, the college football odds for top Week 11 games are listed, including Alabama vs. Kentucky, Michigan vs. Penn State, and other matchups. Marshall has provided his insight and analysis for each game, helping fans make their picks with confidence.