MC&J: There will be a lot at stake in the national schedule for Week 13.

There are several games with significant ramifications that are not in the Big Ten.

ATS from the previous week: 9-6 (5-3 National, 4-3 B1G)
Season Average Spread: 98-93-1 (National 45-54-1, B1G 53-39)
To everyone, a happy Thanksgiving! We’re hoping to fill ourselves silly with a ton of delectable cuisine over the next four days to go along with these winning selections.

In their previous five encounters with the Yellow Jackets, the Bulldogs have won “Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate” by a margin of at least 23 points. Georgia Tech has improved over the past few years, yet even with that, Georgia is still far ahead of their in-state rival.

After Brock Bowers’ surgery-related absence of several weeks, the Bulldogs are getting close to full strength.

Kirby Smart will want his squad to feel confident heading into the SEC Championship Game against Alabama the following week. Increasing the ante on one of your opponents is a simple way to achieve that.

Enjoy the final week of the regular season before the conference championship games the following week—there are some fantastic games scheduled over the next few days.

Although Missouri’s game against Florida last week wasn’t the most visually appealing, the important thing is that the Tigers defeated the Gators.

Missouri’s chances of winning a New Year’s Six bowl bid were maintained with the victory.

The Tigers’ offensive on Saturday night was a team effort. The winning combination included over 300 yards passing from Brady Cook, 158 yards from Luther Burden’s nine receptions, and 148 yards and a touchdown from Cody Schrader on the ground.

Arkansas will never forget this year. With a 4-7 record going into Friday’s game, the Razorbacks have significantly underperformed compared to preseason projections.

A few weeks ago, Sam Pittman’s team defeated Florida 39–36 in overtime to record its lone victory in SEC play this season.

Arkansas’s issue this season has been quarterback KJ Jefferson’s lack of offensive support, which has increased the load on the defense as the Razorbacks have struggled to move the ball.

Without a doubt, Missouri is the superior team at the moment. Sam Pittman, the head coach, doesn’t really need Arkansas to play hard because the athletic administration has already declared Pittman will be back in 2024.

While the Razorbacks will be hoping for their season to end, Missouri will be trying to secure their tenth victory of the year.

Arkansas 17, Missouri 38

No. 7 Texas (-12.5) vs. Texas Tech – Friday, 7:30 p.m. ET – ABC

We have become accustomed to a different Texas Tech squad throughout the years.

In actuality, the Red Raiders would rather run the ball than toss it. This season, Tahj Brooks has gained 1,352 yards and nine touchdowns through the air.

How much of the football is Texas Tech running? Through the first 11 games of the season, they have actually attempted 18 more rushes than passes.


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