2019 College Football Week 15 Odds, Overview & Picks

Posted by Derrick Harper on December 3, 2019 in

The last week of the College football season will kick off with Championship week. Each of the power five conferences will have major implications on the way that the playoff picture shapes up. If any of the major players slip up we could see chaos after it is all said and done. Here is a look at some of the top games of College Football Week 15 alongside the latest NCAAF Odds.

2019 College Football Week 15 Odds, Overview & Picks

SEC Championship Game: LSU vs. Georgia +6.5 O/U 55.5

This game could be a direct matchup between two teams battling for one spot in the playoffs. LSU has the far and away best resume in the country as they have four wins against the top ten and an unblemished record. Georgia on the other hand has won six straight after their 20-17 upset loss at the hands of South Carolina.

Georgia could take the field on Saturday without some of their best playmakers as D’andre Swift is questionable with a left shoulder injury. Leading wide out George Pickens got ejected last week for fighting and is likely to miss most of this game if not the whole thing. Joe Burrow has been fantastic this season and made LSU look like the true contender they always hoped to be.

LSU is -6.5 favorites in this game with a betting total of 55.5. LSU will cover the spread and look for the over as both teams have the ability to score points in a hurry.

Big 12 Championship Game: Oklahoma vs. Baylor +8 O/U 61

If LSU can knock off Georgia then that potentially opens the door for one of these programs to sneak their way into the playoffs. These two teams already faced off this season as Baylor got out early 28-3 but couldn’t hold on to beat OU 34-31.

The QB play in this one will be fantastic as Jalen Hurts and Charlie Brewer led their teams in passing yards, rushing yards, and total touchdowns.

Baylor is the smart pick here as they are getting +8 points. It is increasingly difficult to beat a team twice in the same season, especially when Baylor was able to dominate the first half of their game.

Pac-12 Championship Game: Utah vs. Oregon +6.5 O/U 51

Utah is another team that could look to capitalize on a loss from one of the top teams and sneak into the playoffs. The Utes lone loss came on the road at USC 30-23 but have blown out every team they played since. RB Zach Moss will look to impose his will in the running game against a stout Oregon run defense.

The Ducks have stumbled as of late after their loss to Arizona State knocked them from contention. As a result, Justin Herbert’s team will look to play spoiler and set themselves up for a new year’s six bowl. Utah is 6.5 point favorites but have not played many good teams as they only have one top 25 win.

The Oregon Ducks will win this game as Herbert will have a big game and secure the Pac-12 championship he has never been able to get while in Eugene.