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SEC Week 11 Props: Cash in on Running Backs

Most of the eyes will be on the Ole Miss-Georgia matchup as the two-time defensive national champion Bulldogs look to punch their ticket into the SEC Championship Game. Alabama has a chance to join the Bulldogs to set up a familiar SEC championship matchup. The showdown between the Rebels and Bulldogs feature some solid options for the best college football bets for SEC games in Week 11.

If there is going to be a different matchup other than the typical Georgia-Alabama clash in the SEC title game, this is the week that could begin to happen.

SEC Week 11 Props: Cash in on Running Backs
Quinshon Judkins #4 of the Mississippi Rebels/Justin Ford/Getty Images/AFP

Alabama and Tennessee are the only SEC teams to be favored on the road in Week 11 according to our sportsbook.

Many of the SEC player props in Week 10 failed to come through as an injury slowed Missouri dynamic receiver Luther Burden and the quarterbacks in the LSU-Alabama did more damage with their legs than with their arms.

Georgia received 104 of the 127 first-place votes to remain at No. 1 in the two national polls, even if Ohio State is ahead of the two-time defending national champion in the College Football Playoff rankings. Alabama is eighth in both national polls and in the CFP rankings. Ole Miss is 10th, Tennessee is 12th, Missouri 15th, and LSU 19th in the CFP rankings.

When taking a peek at the college football predictions, keep in mind that Georgia has fallen behind Michigan in the odds to win the national title. Alabama is tied for fifth in the championship odds.

Here’s a look at some SEC Week 11 prop bets that those who bet online might want to consider.

Judkins to Find Some Running Room

Ole Miss running back Quinshon Judkins has 161 more rushing yards than Georgia’s Daijun Edwards this season.

However, thanks to the sterling reputation of the Georgia defense, Edwards is the front-runner in the odds to have the most rushing yards among the No. 1 backs in the huge SEC showdown.

Georgia is tied for 15th nationally in rushing defense, but Judkins is on a roll right now as he is starting to resemble the running back who took the SEC by storm as a freshman. Keep that in mind when making college football hot picks for today.

College Football Pick: Ole Miss running back Quinshon Judkins to have more rushing yards than Daijuan Edwards of Georgia – YES +106

Milton Ready to Air It Out?

The biggest issue for Tennessee quarterback Joe Milton this season is that the bar was set so high by his predecessor, Hendon Hooker.

With two receivers joining Hooker as 2023 NFL Draft picks and Milton being erratic at times despite having one of the strongest arms in college football, he hasn’t had the breakthrough season some Tennessee fans were hoping for.

With questions surrounding the health of Missouri star receiver Luther Burden, it could be a wise choice to go with Milton to outperform Missouri quarterback Brady Cook on Saturday.

College Football Pick: Tennessee’s Joe Milton to have more passing yards than Missouri’s Brady Cook +134

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Alabama’s Top Back to Find the End Zone

Jase McClellan has rushed for a touchdown in each of his last two games while Kentucky has allowed seven scoring runs in six SEC games this season.

Alabama quarterback Jalen Milroe is coming off a game with four touchdown runs and that will give the Kentucky defense something else to contend with when the Crimson Tide get into the red zone.

If you want to play it safe, go with McClellan at -167 as part of a parlay to score at least once against Kentucky. We are willing to take it up a level and go with the Alabama Crimson Tide back to get into the end zone at least twice.

College Football Pick: Alabama running back Jase McClellan to score at least two touchdowns +300

 

 

Little Looks To Deliver Yet Again

Four times this season, the first points in an Arkansas game have come via a field goal with Arkansas’ Cam Little doing the honors on three occasions.

The Arkansas offense showed signs of life a week ago and having running back Raheim Sanders back makes a huge difference.

In conference play, Little leads the SEC with 15 made field goals. Auburn’s Alex McPherson isn’t called upon quite as much but he is 7-for-7 on field goals in six SEC games.

College Football Pick: The first score in the Auburn-Arkansas to be a touchdown – NO +204

The Defense Doesn’t Rest

Kentucky and Alabama have combined for six defensive touchdowns so far this season, with the Wildcats also returning a kickoff for a touchdown.

If Alabama jumps out on top early, that could result in Kentucky having to abandon the running game and that could be a recipe for disaster.

Alabama is +3 and Kentucky +2 in turnover margin so perhaps the defense will get into the scoring act.

College Football Pick: There will be either a defensive or special teams touchdown in the Alabama-Kentucky game – YES +186

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Questions Of The Day

Which SEC Week 11 game is most likely to go over the total?


Even though Georgia once again has a top-notch defense, plenty of money is coming in on the matchup with Ole Miss going over the 58½-point total.

Who are the players with the best SEC Week 11 Props?


Running backs Quinshon Judkins of Ole Miss and Jase McClellan of Alabama are players to keep an eye on in Week 11.

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