Last Updated on November 12, 2021


 

 

Scott Van Pelt has never been hotter when it comes to betting on college football. After a 6-1 week two weeks ago, he followed it up with a 6-2 record in Week 10. This bodes well for SVP and those that tail him for this week, as he is 12-3 in his last 15 picks. Is SVP finding a groove? Each week on SportsCenter, SVP gives his favorite betting picks for the CFB card ahead, the recent success makes him quite the interesting follow for many in the sports betting space.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at Scott Van Pelt’s betting picks for Week 11 in college football. In this article, you’ll find his picks for this week, a glance at his betting record on a week-to-week basis, and his career record. Then, we’ll take a look at the best odds you can get in Week 11 to give you an edge with SVP’s selections.

 

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SVP Picks for College Football Week 11

Scott Van Pelt has been on fire of late, going 12-3 in the last two weeks. Is this the hottest stretch of his career? Possibly. He is now 24 games over .500 over a few seasons of picking winners.

After the Thursday night game, Scott Van Pelt gives his favorite college football betting picks on SportsCenter. Without further ado, here is his action for Week 1.

Florida State +2.5 vs. Miami

SVP is getting +2.5, but is 1-2 picking Florida State this year.

Baylor +5.5 vs. Oklahoma

Van Pelt loves Baylor almost every week. He has them for the seventh time, 5-1 the first six.

Ole Miss +2.5 vs. Texas A&M

SVP wants to buy this to three.

Penn State +1.5 vs. Michigan

Only 1.5? Van Pelt loves the Nittany Lions.

Maryland +13 vs. Michigan State

13 is too many. Go Terps!

Wisconsin -24.5 vs. Northwestern

What? -24.5 for SVP? He takes a big favorite.

Ohio State -21 vs. Purdue

Is 21 points too many? Probably, but SVP is taking the Buckeyes instead.

LSU +2.5 vs. Arkansas

Is Eddie O done yet? Nope. He’s got a win left this week, per SVP.

Stanford Steve’s CFB Pick This Week

Steve loves Notre Dame -5.5 AT Virginia to cover.

Looking for more CFB betting action? Check out Barstool’s mortal locks and betting picks.

 

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Should I follow Scott Van Pelt’s betting picks?

SVP is many things, but a professional handicapper is something he has never expressed about himself. With that said, he has been correct more often than not in his “Winners” career for college football, especially lately. Given that SVP picks mostly upsets only, that is quite the impressive feat. Most importantly, Van Pelt provides an entertaining segment with a relaxed attitude about wagering on college football. Two weeks ago, he went 6-1. Last week, 6-2. Below, we take a look at his betting record on a week-to-week basis.

Week to Week SVP Betting Picks Record

Last week, SVP’s betting picks were 6-2. Here was his card:

  • TCU +6.5 vs. Baylor (Win)
  • Purdue +3 vs. Michigan State (Win)
  • Memphis +4.5 vs. SMU (Win)
  • West Virginia +3.5 vs. Oklahoma State (Loss)
  • Washington +7 vs. Oregon (Loss)
  • Nebraska +15 vs. Ohio State (Win)
  • Tulsa +22.5 vs. Cincinnati (Win)
  • San Jose State +10 vs. Nevada (Win)

Two weeks ago in Week 9, SVP went 6-1.

  • Florida +14 vs. UGA (Loss)
  • Mississippi State +1.5 vs. Kentucky (Win)
  • Washington +2.5 vs. Stanford (Win)
  • California +1.5 vs. Oregon State (Win)
  • Wisconsin -3.5 vs. Iowa (Win)
  • Houston -1.5 vs. SMU (Win)
  • NC State -6.5 vs. Louisville (Win)

For Week 8, SVP’s betting picks were 3-3.

  • Army +3 (Loss)
  • Washington State +4 (Win)
  • Miami, FL +3.5 (Win)
  • Navy +28.5 (Win)
  • Georgia Tech +6.5 (Loss)
  • Iowa State -7 (Loss)

SVP’s picks were 4-2 in Week 7.

  • Indiana +4.5 (Loss)
  • Purdue +11.5 (Win)
  • Northwestern +2 (Win)
  • Missouri +10 (Loss)
  • LSU +11.5 (Win)
  • Auburn +5 (Win)

In Week 6, SVP’s picks went 4-2.

  • Rutgers +5.5 (Loss)
  • Boise State +6 (Win)
  • Utah +3 (Win)
  • Syracuse +6 (Win)
  • Nebraska +3.5 (Win)
  • Auburn +15.5 (Loss)

SVP’s winners went 3-4-1 in Week 5.

  • Utah State +8.5 (Loss)
  • Indiana +12.5 (Loss)
  • Colorado +7.5 (Loss)
  • Stanford +8 (Win)
  • Georgia -18 (Win)
  • Florida State -4.5 (Loss)
  • Kentucky +7.5 (Win)
  • TCU +5 (Push)

Scott Van Pelt Winners Record | Weeks 1 – 4

  • Week 4 was a bad one for SVP, as he went 2-5.
  • SVP went 4-4 for the second straight week in Week 3.
  • Week 2 was average, as he went 4-4.
  • SVP went 4-1 in Week 1.

SVP winners betting record history

CFB betting record in 2021: 40-28-1.

NFL betting record last year: 15-12.

CFB betting record last year: 27-27-1.

All time, SVP is 346-322-11 after last week.

 

 

What are the best Week 11 college football odds?

There is arguably nothing more important than getting the best odds when you bet on sports. That holds true in college football, as the lines may differ at various legal sportsbooks. Odds shopping is a very important strategy for sports bettors as it allows you to be a more profitable bettor long term when you get the best prices. Let’s take a look at the best prices for Week 11 in college football.

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