Tom Stryker’s Free Football Play December 12th


#381 UTAH (+1) over Colorado at 12 PM EST
With plenty of confidence off last Saturday’s 30-24 home win over Oregon State, Utah will travel to the Rocky Mountains and give undefeated Colorado fits. The Buffaloes have posted four straight wins and covers this season, and they are going to have all kinds of trouble making it five straight.

In the last eight meetings between these two Pac-12 warriors, the Utes have held the upper hand posting a solid 7-1 SU record. The fact remains that head coach Kyle Whittingham’s kids are one of the best underdogs in college football too notching a reliable 95-59-3 ATS record in their last 157 tries. In this role battling an opponent that sports a team won/loss percentage greater than .665, Utah jumps to a lucrative 44-17 ATS including 30-9 ATS if the Utes played in the comforts of home last. With those three parameters cranking and Coach Whittingham’s boys competing on the road, this team trend jumps to a sensational 21-4 ATS.

This isn’t exactly the best wagering spot for CU either. When matched up against a foe that arrives with confidence off a straight up win, the Buffs have been financially challenged posting a feeble 33-55 ATS record in their last 88 lined games. In this spot tackling a conference foe, Colorado falls to a horrible 14-59 SU and 25-48 ATS including 10-55 SU and 20-45 ATS provided the Buffaloes are not off a blowout win of 22 points or more. Finally, when favored and arriving off back-to-back double-digit straight up wins, CU carries a hideous 12-22 ATS mark including a pathetic 4-14 ATS if the Buffs are playing in the comforts of home.

With a defensive interior that is ranked first in the Pac-12 (and 12th in the FBS) in rushing defense (allow an avg of 104.7 ypg), the young Utes will close the 2020 season with a nice upset victory. Take Utah. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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