Top 5 College Football Games and Who to bet on during Thanksgiving week

Washington Huskies the bet on Friday

The last routine season week of the year for numerous college football teams has now arrived.

This is one of the best weeks of the season, due to the fact that there are games all week.

Games on Tuesday and Wednesday, precede Thanksgiving Day games, and after that Friday and Saturday there is a great slate too.

Let's take a couple of minutes for a fast sneak peek on the Top 5 College football betting sites games you can't miss today:

LSU Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies

Date/Time: Thursday, November 24th, 2016, 6:30 PM.
Area: Kyle Field, College Station, Texas.

This is the Thanksgiving Day game. From the SEC, the LSU Tigers will handle the Texas A+M Aggies. The LSU Tigers are 6-4 on the season, while the Texas A+M Aggies are 8-3.

The Aggies can come away with the season with 10 wins with a win here, and a bowl game win.

On the other side, many are wondering the inspiration for the LSU Tigers. There may not be much. Look for Texas A+M to win this game with pretty excellent ease. The Texas A+M Aggies are underdogs, however the Aggies at +6.5 seems to be the bet to make here.

Washington Huskies at Washington State Cougars

Date/Time: Friday, November 25, 2:30 PM
Place: Clarence D. Martin Stadium, Pullman, Washington

One of the most significant games in this competition, ever. The Washington Huskies understand that if they can grab the win in this game, then win the Pac-12 title game, they can play in the College Football Playoff.

Those are both quite big if's. The Huskies have just one loss on the season, while the Cougars are 8-3. Washington State had their 8 game winning streak snapped in their last game.

This needs to be a good one, however it's going to be difficult for the Cougars to defend the Huskies. Washington needs to cover the spread of -6 and win this game.

Michigan Wolverines at Ohio State Buckeyes

Date/Time: Saturday, November 26, 11:00 AM
Place: Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

The best College football game of the day. The Big Ten sees their two finest teams get together.

If the Michigan Wolverines win, they are in the Big Ten title game. If the Ohio State Buckeyes win, they require Penn State to lose to get to the Big Ten title game.

The real point here is – if the Buckeyes win, they ought to likely remain in the College Football Playoff.

Michigan will need this game, and the Big Ten title game win. Try to find a terrific game. It's hard to wager this game, however if we had to we would take Michigan to keep it close and bet the +6.5.

Auburn Tigers at Alabama Crimson Tide

Date/Time: Saturday, November 26, 2:30 PM
Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

The Auburn Tigers have contended well with the Crimson Tide in the past.

This season however, Alabama seems to be a playing from a different sheet. This team is extraordinary, and seem to be rolling everyone.

It's remarkable that the spread in this game is three possessions.

While the Crimson Tide will win this game, we expect Auburn to keep this game close. Regardless, it ought to be a quite an enjoyable College football game, and a fantastic rivalry.

Florida Gators at Florida State Seminoles

Date/Time: Saturday, November 26, 7:00 PM
Location: Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, Florida

Sorry, Gators, but you are in deep. The Florida State Seminoles are for sure the best three loss group in the country.

The Florida Gators are not going to have the ability to score sufficient points to stay up to date with the Seminoles in this game.

Florida might have a tough end to the season, as following this game, they will play Alabama in the SEC title game. Try to find the Seminoles to roll in this game over their competitor, Florida.

There is a summary of the top 5 College Football Games you Can't Miss. Enjoy!

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