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College Football Bad Beats of the Week aka UForces Bets Week 14
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 06, 2020 9:53 am    Post subject: College Football Bad Beats of the Week aka UForces Bets Week 14

From ESPN's David Hale:

Trailing by seven after TCU QB Max Duggan connected with Derius Davis on a 71-yard touchdown, Oklahoma State looked to tie the score with a first-and-goal at the 2. Overtime would have given the Cowboys a good chance to cover a 2.5-point spread, but as significantly, any points on this drive would have put the game over the total of 52.5. Instead, Trevon Moehrig made a one-handed bobbling interception in the back of the end zone on a second-down throw, ending the drive and any hopes bettors had for a cover on the Pokes or the over.

Good teams win, great teams cover, and elite QBs know the spread and get real mad about it. Such was the case for Coastal's Grayson McCall, who taped a printout to his locker showing that BYU opened as a 10-point favorite against the Chanticleers after the game was scheduled on Thursday. (Coastal had been a double-digit favorite against its original opponent, Liberty.) McCall threw for just 85 yards in the game as Coastal relied on its ground attack, but the point was that the Chants covered with ease and pulled a huge upset with the 22-17 win.

If you had the money line on Appalachian State on Friday night, you're probably still unpacking the roller coaster of emotions you went through in the final few minutes. After Louisiana watched its long snapper fire off a trio of snaps that were less than stellar, coach Billy Napier took a safety on a fourth-and-2 play -- from the 35-yard line. Rather than punt or go for it, he handed App State two points and gave the Mountaineers a shot to tie with a field goal. That is nearly what happened, as the Mountaineers marched down the field and set up for a 30-yard try with five seconds left. But the football gods smiled on Louisiana, and the kick was tipped at the line, handing the Ragin' Cajuns a 24-21 win.
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