College Football Picks Week 16 | Chris’ Picks

College Football Picks Week 16

UAB Marshall

This UAB vs Marshall game is one of my favorite picks in a few months. Marshall comes into this game having done a great job getting up and down the field with 450.28 yards per game. UAB on the other hand has only had 392 yards per game. Marshall has also done a great job not turning the ball over with only 0.86 turnovers per game. UAB has turned the ball over 1.88 times per game. My pick for this game is Marshall -5.

Lousiana vs Coastal Carolina

The next game on the College Football card is Louisiana taking on Coastal Carolina. One of the most impressive parts of this Coastal Carolina team is how they limit their stupid mistakes. Coming into this game they are only averaging 3.36 penalties for 33.45 yards. Louisiana on the other hand has had 5.8 penalties for 59.2 yards. My pick for this game is Coastal Carolina -3.

Minnesota vs Wisconsin

The final play on the College Football card is Minnesota taking on Wisconsin. Minnesota has been doing a great job putting points on the board with 29 points per game. Wisconsin on the other hand has not put up as many points with only 22.8 points per game. My pick for this game is Minnesota +13.

Picks

  • Marshall -5
  • Coastal Carolina -3
  • Minnesota +13

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