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Free Money Fives: NFL Week 13 & CFB Championship Weekend Gambling Picks

Free Money Fives NFL Week 13 & CFB Championship Weekend Gambling Picks

Gambling is hard. There’s a reason casinos continue to pop up, and that Las Vegas continues to grow. Most people, do not win in gambling. Well, I try to not be one of those people. We went back to some losing ways with a 2-3 week in both college and the NFL.

The reason I call this Free Money Five’s (I hope so). We got 5 picks in college and 5 picks in the NFL against the spread. So let’s continue our road to 56%. Here are some of my best picks for college football and the NFL against the spread.

College Football

Oklahoma State -5.5 vs Baylor 

I believe Oklahoma State would actually challenge for a win against the number 1 seed in the college football playoffs.

Alabama +6.5 vs Georgia

Huge game here, if Alabama wins or keeps it close they are in the college football playoffs. Georgia is in regardless.

Houston +10.5 vs Cincinnati

I just hope we finally get rid of Cincinnati once and for all. I don’t want to watch them lose by 200 in the playoffs.

Michigan -11 vs Iowa

I wonder where all the Jim Harbaugh haters will be if he makes the college football playoffs?

Oregon +2.5 vs Utah 

Oregon will get their revenge against Utah after they ruined Oregon’s chances of making the playoffs.

Season Record: 37-28

National Football League

Cardinals -7.5 vs Bears 

The Cardinals are really good at blowing out bad teams. The Bears are in fact, a bad team.

Kansas City -7.5 vs Denver

Andy Reid off of the bye has been historically really good against the spread. A straight up number play here.

Washington +2.5 @ Las Vegas

Ron Rivera has shown just how good of a coach he is this season. And against an interim coach I like my chances.

Detroit +7.5 vs Minnesota

Detroit will lost yet another ugly and close game here and Jared Goff will still be winless without Sean McVay.

Dolphins -4 vs Giants 

The Dolphins have won 4 games in a row, this will make it simply 5 in a row.

Season Record: 24-33-2 

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