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Best College Football Parlays for 11/19/2022

Best College Football Parlays for Saturday
November 19, 2022 12:00 pm EDT

Saturday is another full slate of college football games, and there is value all across the board. Let’s take a look at a couple of college football parlays to make your Saturday a winning one. 

Michigan Wolverines -17.5 -110 / Minnesota Golden Gophers ML -135 // $10 bet pays $23.23

The Michigan Wolverines are going to have no issue getting the job done here against the Illinois Fighting Illini. This Illinois team is running out of gas. Two games ago the Fighting Illini lost to Michigan State 23-15, and in the last game against Purdue, they lost 31-24. Purdue found a ton of success on the ground. In this game, Blake Corum is going to have a big game on the ground, and that will lead to Michigan getting the job done. The Wolverines are going to win by at least 21 points. 

Throwing the Minnesota Golden Gophers in a parlay on the money line makes a lot of sense. Athan Kaliakmanis is expected to start for the Gophers here, and he is the better quarterback in this game. The Gophers defense has been elite heading into this game, and they are going to lockdown the Iowa offense in this game. This is going to be a victory for Minnesota on the money line. 

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers ML +180 / Texas Longhorns, Kansas Jayhawks over 63.5 -110 // $10 bet pays $43.45

The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers are going to pull the upset over Auburn here. Austin Reed is having a big season for Western Kentucky, and he will be the best quarterback on the field here. Auburn won the last game against Texas A&M, but they only scored 13 points total. The Tigers aren’t going to get good quarterback play here, and that will lead to Western Kentucky on the money line. 

There won’t be a whole lot of defense played in the game between the Texas Longhorns and Kansas Jayhawks. There is a chance Jalon Daniels plays in this game, but even if he doesn’t, Jason Bean is going to lead Kansas to plenty of scoring. Kansas scored 28 points against Texas Tech in the last game, and they will score at least that here. Their defense was also an issue, and Texas will score at least 40 points. This game is going to go well over the total. Back the over.

Shane Mickle

Sports is about Shane knows in this life! He has a passion for sports and writing, which makes working for Sportschatplace a perfect job for him! If you find him cheering for a team it's usually a Minnesota team, or the Kansas Jayhawks!

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