Expert Picks Podcast: Week 11 Against The Spread

Alabama and LSU add a new chapter to the rivalry Saturday night on CBS. (USATSI)
Alabama and LSU add a new chapter to the rivalry Saturday night on CBS. (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 11.

Many of us circled Week 11 on the calendar in the offseason, but here we are months later and it is possible that the slate is even better than we anticipated. The annual primetime showdown of LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide was always huge, but throw in the Thursday marquee and a handful of other meaningful Top 25 games and this could be one of the better weekends of the season.

So kick back, relax and enjoy our preview of the best Week 11 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 previewed in the podcast: 

No. 13 LSU Tigers at No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide (-11.5)

No. 10 Oklahoma Sooners at No. 6 Baylor Bears (-14.5)

No. 3 Oregon Ducks at No. 5 Stanford Cardinal (+10.5)

Kansas State Wildcats at No. 25 Texas Tech Red Raiders (-2.5)

No. 9 Auburn Tigers at Tennessee Volunteers (+7.5)

No. 22 Arizona State Sun Devils at Utah Utes (+7.5)

No. 19 UCLA Bruins at Arizona Wildcats (+1.5)

Virginia Tech Hokies at No. 11 Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes (-7.5)

No. 2 Florida State Seminoles at Wake Forest Demon Deacons (+35.5)

No. 16 Fresno State Bulldogs at Wyoming Cowboys (+11.5)

Brigham Young Cougars at No. 24 Wisconsin Badgers (-7.5)

Houston Cougars at No. 21 UCF Knights (-10.5)

Iowa Hawkeyes at Purdue Boilermakers (+15)

Ways to Listen

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Previously on the Eye On College Football Podcast

Breaking down the Oregon-Stanford with SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein (iTunes)

Week 10 Rewind with Tom Fornelli (iTunes)

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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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