NCAAF Betting: 2020 Parlay Picks for Week 12

Posted by Derrick Harper on November 17, 2020 in

After last week’s schedule was diluted due to many games being postponed or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and positive tests, we’re hoping that this week’s slate of games will all get to be played. There are many exciting games this week that pit ranked teams against each other, and some of those games may have playoff implications. That said, let’s take a closer look at some interesting Week 12 games that you can bet on them and cash in against our NCAAF odds.

2020 NCAA Football Week 12 Parlay Picks

When looking to win big when only spending a small amount of money, bettors look to the parlays. Let’s take a look at a few games that you can put into a parlay to make yourself a lot of money on a small investment.

No. 9 Indiana Hoosiers at No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes (-20)

The Indiana Hoosiers are the surprise team in college football. They’re off to a 4-0 start and have looked good. If you had placed a bet prior to the season that the Hoosiers would be a top 10 team when they faced the Buckeyes, you would have won yourself a lot of money, as no one saw this coming.

Ohio State will be well-rested after last weekend’s game against Maryland was canceled. Justin Fields will lead one of the top offenses in the country. Ohio State has a ton of weapons, and the Indiana Hoosiers have yet to face a team like Ohio State.

Even though everyone loves a Cinderella story, this will be the game when the carriage turns back into the pumpkin. Indiana is a good team, but they’re not on the level of the Ohio State Buckeyes. Ohio State wins this one by 24.

No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers at No. 19 Northwestern Wildcats (+7)

Even though they have been plagued with COVID issues, the Wisconsin Badgers have dominated their opponents. The Badgers just went to Ann Arbor and dominated the Wolverines.

Wisconsin’s defense has stifled their opponents and has allowed only 18 points this season. Northwestern is undefeated but has yet to run into an opponent as strong as Wisconsin. Graham Mertz has had a great start to the season for Wisconsin, and they also have a great running attack. The Badgers will be too much for the Wildcats to handle. The Badgers win by 10.

Texas Longhorns at Kansas Jayhawks (+28.5)

The Longhorns are 5-2, but many have already deemed their season a disappointment as many saw this season to be the one where the Longhorns contended for a national championship. Texas has been able to score points, but the defense has let them down.

The Longhorns are averaging over 40 points per game but are also giving up just over 29. Sam Ehlinger and company will be looking forward to facing quite possibly the worst FBS in the country, the Kansas Jayhawks.

Kansas is winless on the season. They’re only scoring 15 points per game while giving up over 48. The Jayhawks haven’t been able to keep games close this season, and we see no reason why this week is any different.

Kansas won’t be able to keep up with the Longhorns offense, and this one will get out of hand early. The Longhorns shouldn’t have any problems covering the 28.5 point spread. They’ll take advantage of a horrible Kansas defense and will beat the Jayhawks 48-10.