Free College Football Picks For Today 1/2/2020
Boston College vs. Cincinnati Pick Prediction 1/2/2020
Boston College vs. Cincinnati—College football pick is Cincinnati -7. BC will be without their starting quarterback Anthony Brown with a leg injury. Their best offensive player senior running back AJ Dillon will miss this game to get ready for the NFL draft. Eagles were a disappointing 6-6 team as they fired head coach Steve Addazio. Also exiting are the Boston College offensive coordinator. Boston College has not had success in the non-conference failing to cover five of six. Eagles have gotten poor play at the quarterback position completing just 53.5%. Brown’s backup Dennis Grosel completed only 48.6% of his passes and will be without his best weapon in running back Dillon. Cincinnati a good defensive team holding teams to 3.7 yards per run. They covered both of their final two games losing close games to Cotton Bowl bound Memphis. Boston College defense played poorly this season giving up 480 yards per game with 180 rushing for 4.6 yards per attempt. Teams threw for 296 yards completing 66% of their passes. It should be easier for Bearcats quarterback Desmond Ridder and a Bearcats offense that averaged 29 points per game. Play Cincinnati -7.
Indiana vs. Tennessee Pick Prediction 1/2/2020
Indiana vs. Tennessee—College football free pick is Tennessee -2. Volunteers defense played well down stretch as the team won their final five games giving up an average of 14.2 points per game. In that span was a notable 17-13 win at Kentucky. The Indiana defense struggled down the stretch facing good completion as in their past three games giving up 471 yards per game with 317 yards in the passing game. In that span the Volunteers put up 413 yards with 163 rushing for 5.2 yards per run. Vols quarterback Jarrett Guarantano has sixteen touchdowns and six interceptions. Indiana top running back Steve Scott is questionable with an leg injury. He rushed for 845 yards and 4.7 per attempt. His backup Sampson James ran for only 3.6 per attempt and is also injured with an ankle injury. Their big play wide receiver Donovan Hale out with a lower body injury led the Hoosiers with 17 yards per reception. Volunteers have covered six of seven. Play Tennessee -2.