When it comes to college football, there are few who deserve the "expert" tag quite like Barrett Sallee. The CBS Sports writer and analyst hosts shows on SiriusXM College, writes for CBSSports.com and appears regularly on CBS Sports HQ as well as countless radio shows across the nation as a guest.
Sallee debuted with SportsLine in 2017 and has delivered in a BIG way. Over the past two-plus years, he is 93-74 in his popular best bets column. Anybody who has been following him is WAY UP.
Now, he's turned his attention to the Week 11 odds from Caesars Sportsbook (see the latest college football lines for each game this week on our college football odds page) and is revealing his three top plays for Saturday. A parlay on these three picks would return around 6-1.
We can tell you Sallee says to go over (56) in the 3:30 p.m. ET SEC on CBS matchup between No. 1 Georgia and Tennessee.
"I understand the thought process that leads to people picking the under," Sallee said. "After all, Georgia's defense is next-level. The Tennessee offense, however, is the best offense it has faced all year. The Vols lead the SEC with 7.15 yards per play in conference games, and will hit enough big plays to break the 17-point mark in this one. With that said, Georgia will keep its foot on the gas longer than it has all year and the over will hit."
Sallee has also found two other college football picks he loves, including a must-see play on a game where he says a struggling underdog is going to "get lit up like a Christmas tree." You ABSOLUTELY need to see who it is before locking in any college football picks.
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