This week of college football is always bittersweet for me. It seems like yesterday the season was getting started, and now it’s over.
The Vols have a chance to end the season on a high note as they host Vanderbilt on Saturday for Senior Day. A lot is riding on the in-state rivalry game.
Vanderbilt holds a three-game win streak over Tennessee. The Commodores haven’t won four straight over the Vols since the 1920s. However, there is a chance.
If you’ve been keeping up with 3&OUT the past two weeks, you’re probably rich now. The crew is on an absolute tear.
Last week, 3&OUT gave you Baylor (-6) against Texas. If you watched the game, you knew you had the win all along.
We also were all in on the Vols to beat Kentucky and Missouri as the underdog.
I’m telling you, you’d be rich.
Before we take a look at 3&OUT’s Week 14 College Football gambling guesses and guarantees, here’s a look at the updated season standings.
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3&OUT (in agreement) 11-4-1
Washington State Cougars @ Washington Huskies (-7)
Last season wasn’t kind to Mike Leach and his Cougars in the Apple Cup. Leach’s offense couldn’t get anything going thanks to blizzard conditions. Could this season be different?
Nate took Washinton. Houston, Davey, and Billy took Washington State.
No.2 Ohio State Buckeyes (-9.5) @ No.13 Michigan Wolverines
Ohio State is one of the best teams in the nation. They’ve handled most opponents this season. However, Penn State did make the Buckeyes look beatable forcing four fumbles.
Can Michigan spoil the Buckeyes party and hurt their chances at the playoff? Or will Jim Harbaugh move to 0-5 against Ohio State?
3&OUT lock of the week: the entire crew picked the Buckeyes
No.5 Alabama Crimson Tide (-4) @ No.15 Auburn Tigers
This year’s edition of the Iron Bowl is going to look much different without Tua Tagovailoa. The Tide are still in the mix for the playoff, but winning is going to be a little bit harder.
Can the Tigers defensive line get to Mac Jones and cause havoc? Does the Gus Bus have something up his sleeve to play spoiler?
Nate took Auburn, while Houston, Davey, and Billy took Alabama.
No.12 Wisconsin Badgers (-2,5) @ No.10 Minnesota Golden Gophers
Yet another Big Ten battle that has a lot on college football playoff implications on the line.
Just like Alabama, Minnesota can still sneak into the playoff if they win out. However, they will need some help.
3&OUT lock of the week number two: the entire crew took the Golden Gophers.
Vanderbilt Commodores @ Tennessee Volunteers (-21)
Finally, we come to the game we’re all waiting to watch. The Vols have only beaten Vanderbilt by 20 points or more just five times since 2000.
However, Vandy has won three in a row and five of the last seven. Can the Commodores win four in a row for the first time since the 1920s? The 3&OUT crew doesn’t think so.
Nate: Vols 34 Commodores 10
Houston: Vols 48 Commodores 13
Davey: Vols 30 Commodores 10
Billy: Vols 42 Commordores 20