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Nebraska vs. Minnesota NCAAF Point Spread Pick from Scott Spreitzer: November 11th 2017

Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers
NCAAF Point Spread Pick: Minnesota -2.5 (November 11th 2017)
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I’m recommending a play on Minnesota minus the points on Saturday.  We have gone against Nebraska as a free or premium play six times this season and we’re 5-1 ATS in those games, including last week when they had their chances against Northwestern, but failed down the stretch.  That’s one reason why we continue to play against the Huskers; they simply don’t know how to win.  Both the Huskers and Gophers are in near must win territory.  Both teams are 4-5 SU and both teams have difficult remaining games making this of utmost importance.

Nebraska can’t run and can’t stop the run, and when the offense struggles on first down, they’re left with the mistake-prone Tanner Lee to attempt to bail them out with his arm.  It hasn’t worked.  The Gophers have struggled on offense, but they’re nasty stingy on defense and that’s going to be the difference in this one in my opinion.  I expect the Minnesota defense to force Nebraska mistakes, leading to the home win. Nebraska enters having covered just 3 of their last 11 games and we’ll go against them here.  I’m recommending a play on Minnesota minus the points on Saturday.  Thanks & GL!  Scott Spreitzer.

Wildcats vs. Cornhuskers NCAAF Point Spread Pick from Scott Spreitzer: November 4th 2017

Northwestern Wildcats vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers
College Point Spread Pick: Northwestern +1 (November 4th 2017)
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I’m backing the Northwestern Wildcats in a near pk’m game at Nebraska.  The Cornhuskers picked up an important win last weekend in West Lafayette, but trailed 24-12 early in the fourth quarter.  Two things to note:  Things have gotten so bad under lame duck HC Mike Riley that a win at Purdue is considered important.  Secondly, if Purdue HC Jeff Brohm doesn’t go conservative, his team wins the game.  It really is as simple as that.  But the Husker running game, or lack thereof, catches up with them here.  Nebraska is averaging just 111 yards rushing per contest in Big-10 play.  We’re betting Wildcats’ HC Pat Fitzgerald will have his 17th-ranked run defense ready for Nebraska’s stagnant offense and we don’t believe Tanner Lee will have another outing like he did through the air in the second half at Purdue.  The ‘Cats aim for their bowl-eligible 6th win this week and we believe they’ll get it, going up top on offense against Nebraska’s shaky pass defense.  Northwestern has covered 12 of their last 16 road games, while Nebraska has dropped five in a row ATS at home.  We’ll back Northwestern on Saturday. Thanks & GL!  Scott Spreitzer.