We hope you’re having a great Thanksgiving Day, and here’s one more thing to be grateful about. Capper Reviews’ own Ricky Tran is giving out a free ATS winner on each of today’s College Football games. Enjoy!
South Florida Bulls (7-4) vs. UCF Knights (0-11)
The South Florida Bulls are coming into this contest against the UCF Knights favored by a massive 22.5 points, but they’re still looking good to cover the spread if you ask me. They’re 6-1-1 ATS in their last 8 games overall and 7-1-2 ATS in their last 10 games after accumulating more than 200 yards rushing in their previous game, which they did when defeating the Cincinnati Bearcats 65-27 last week. They earned a total of 355 yards on the ground in that game, and Marlon Mack was having a field day with 106 yards over 11 carries and Quinton Flowers is a terrific dual-threat QB.
The UCF Knights are 2-9 ATS this season and suffered a 44-7 blowout home-loss against East Carolina last week. They gave up a total of 622 yards while accumulating only 232 themselves, and QB Justin Holman suffered an ankle-injury. He’s likely to be taking the field tonight anyway, but might not be able to help a Knights team that have turned the ball over an AAC-high 31 times and they’ve allowed at least 40 points in six of the last seven games.
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Texas Tech Red Raiders (6-5) vs. Texas Longhorns (4-6)
The Texas Tech Red Raiders ended a three-game skid with a 59-44 win against the Kansas State Wildcats two weeks ago, and they’re looking good to make it two on the bounce when visiting the Texas Longhors on Thanksgiving Day. The Longhorns have alternated wins and losses over their last four, but they’re 7-15 ATS in their last 22 home games vs. a team with a winning road record and the Red Raiders are 4-1 ATS vs. a team with a losing record.
Texas will probably have to do without both of its top two running backs in D’Onta Foreman (finger) and Johnathan Gray (foot), and freshman offensive guard Patrick Vahe (knee) is likely to be a miss as well. The Red Raiders QB Patrick Mahomes II is ranked fourth nationally with an average of 355.5 yards and 31 touchdowns and DeAndre Washington is posing a huge threath on the ground.
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