Expert Picks Podcast: Best of Top 25 action picked against the spread

All of the CBS Sports Experts are siding with Oklahoma State at Texas on Saturday. (USATSI)
All of the CBS Sports Experts are siding with Oklahoma State at Texas on Saturday. (USATSI)

With the help of Tom Fornelli and Jerry Hinnen, the Eye On College Football Podcast is back for another round of discussing the CBS Sports Expert Picks for Week 12.

With conference title races winding down, the Top 25 slate features several games that will decide who earns an automatic bid to the final year of the BCS. Can Texas continue its undefeated start to Big 12 play or will Oklahoma State become Baylor's top competition with a win in Austin? Georgia is finally getting healthy, but Auburn's offense has been clicking on all cylinders under Nick Marshall recently. We also discuss Duke's unlikely run at an ACC Coastal title, and question whether it will come to an end when Miami visits on Saturday.

So kick back, relax and enjoy our preview of the best Week 12 action. Come for the picks, but stick around for "Locks and Quarantines," our way of breaking down the best bets and games you should avoid at all costs.

Games covered in the podcast

No. 12 Oklahoma State at No. 23 Texas (+3.5)

No. 25 Georgia at No. 7 Auburn (-3.5)

Washington at No. 13 UCLA (-2.5)

No. 24 Miami at Duke (+3.5)

Florida at No. 11 South Carolina (-13.5)

No. 1 Alabama at Mississippi State (+24.5)

Oregon State at No. 21 Arizona State (-13.5)

Houston at No. 19 Louisville (-16.5)

No. 15 UCF at Temple (+16.5)

Iowa State at No. 22 Oklahoma (-24.5)

No. 3 Ohio State at Illinois (+32.5)

Syracuse at No. 2 Florida State (-38.5)

Texas Tech at No. 4 Baylor (-26.5)

No. 5 Stanford at USC (+3.5)

TCU at Kansas State (-10.5)

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Chip Patterson has spent his young career covering college sports from the Old North State. He's been writing and talking about football and basketball for CBS Sports since 2010. You may have heard him... Full Bio

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