Free Week 11 Prediction: Gators vs Gamecocks Odds
Week 11 College football betting sees the Florida Gators taking on the South Carolina Gamecocks Saturday November 14th at Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, South Carolina. Cappers Picks provides complimentary handicapping picks all NCAA football season long so stay tuned for more FREE college football predictions.
#10 Florida Gators (8-1) vs. South Carolina Gamecocks (3-6)
Date: Saturday, November 14th
Time: 12:00 PM
Venue: Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, South Carolina
NCAA Football Spread: Florida -7.5
NCAA Betting Total: 46.5
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The Florida Gators haven’t played all that well lately, but they continue to find ways to win as they get set for another SEC battle with South Carolina on Saturday.
Florida was simply a mess last Saturday, but escaped at home against Vanderbilt, but were very far off from covering the 21 point spread.
As for the Gamecocks, they would need to win out to become bowl eligible and with their play this season, that seems highly unlikely.
Still, it starts Saturday for them at home in this must win spot.
The Gators clinching of the SEC East wasn’t pretty by any means, but they still found a way to grind out a giant home win over the Commodores at home last week 9-7.
They’ll look to avoid a let down spot here as they try to do whatever they can to crash the BCS Playoff.
Sitting 6 places out of the playoff, Florida would not only have to win out, including the SEC Championship, but need some help from friends along the way.
Last week’s game against Vandy was a prime example of how Florida is winning this year…..defense.
The Gators rank 6th in the nation in total defense and have allowed 13 points or less in 6 of their 9 games. Overall, the Florida defense is allowing just 14.6 points per game.
If Florida can find any type of consistency from QB Treon Harris, they could become a very dangerous team. Harris has a completion percentage of only 54.9 on the season.
Taking care of the ball will be a must as well this week for Florida. The Gators had 4 back breaking turnovers last week against Vandy, 3 fumbles and 1 Harris interception.
The Gamecocks had many aspirations this season of being a top SEC team along with potentially crashing the BCS Playoff.
However, they now sit with just 3 wins, lost their long time coach, and will need to win out to become bowl eligible. The Gamecocks have dropped 4 of their last 5 including a 27-24 loss to Tennessee last week.
South Carolina has played better despite the losses as RB Brandon Wilds and WR Pharoh Cooper continue to produce at the levels they were supposed to all season long.
Wilds has rushed for 326 yards over the last 3 games and Cooper has hit the 100 yard mark again to put him at 4 total games with 100 yards+
QB Perry Orth has been the most productive in terms of QBs this season for South Carolina as he’s thrown for 1180 yards on the season. He played his best game last week as he threw for 3 touchdowns against Tennessee.
NCAA Football Handicapping Trends
- Gators are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games after scoring less than 20 points in their previous game.
- Gators are 6-2 ATS vs. a team with a losing record.
- Gators are 9-3 ATS in their last 12 games overall.
- Gamecocks are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games on grass.
- Gamecocks are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games following a S.U. loss.
Free Week 11 NCAA Football Prediction
Florida is in a let down spot, especially after clinching, but this team has a chance to get into the BCS Playoff, or at least close to it. Winning out, in style is a must.
4* Free NCAA Betting Pick: Florida ATS
The Gators use their defense to force the Gamecocks into some early turnovers as they roll over South Carolina Saturday.
Week 11 Free Score Prediction: Florida 27- South Carolina 7
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