Week 15 NCAAF predictions

Top College Football Predictions for Week 15


It’s Week 15 of NCAAF and we want to share with you the top college football predictions for this weekend. There’s enough football action with three games tonight and 22 matchups on Saturday.

Michigan State vs Penn State

Penn State didn’t have a particularly good start this season with 4 games lost and injured players. However, the team did not give up. How could they? Penn State has one of the strongest fan bases in college football, so there are literally millions of reasons to keep working hard. Michigan State was horribly defeated last week by Ohio State, but this team is winning the least expected games this season.

Texas vs Kansas (update: cancelled game)

Texas Longhorns fans have not been disappointed this season, and it seems very unlikely that this game will be a reason for disappointment. Kansas is averaging only 16ppg this season. They are going to have to score double that to be competitive.

LSU vs Florida

It seems like ages have passed since LSU was in the top of their game, but it was just last season. Unfortunately the story is completely different now. Everything that could go wrong with the team did. The Gators are going to win this game straight up. If Florida Gators win this game and beat Alabama for the conference title, they are going to playoffs.


We love classic rivalry matchups! Fans will be missed for this game as the rivalry always spices things up in the live game. But, the important thing is that even from home we can all enjoy a good game! Both teams feature some of the top offenses so be prepared for a lot of emotion.

Check out Top Daily Sport Pick predictions for Saturday College Football Week 15:

Michigan State vs Penn State
at 3:30 pm ET
Michigan State +15.0
LSU vs Florida
at 7:00 pm ET
Florida -23.5
at 7:30 pm ET
UCLA +3.5
San Diego State vs BYU
at 10:00 pm ET
San Diego State +17.0


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