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The Best NCAAF Games on Saturday – November 21, 2020

| November 18, 2020 4:15 am PDT
Best College Football Games to Watch November 21, 2020

So much for getting to see Lane Kiffin and Jimbo Fisher clash at Kyle Field on the 21st. The Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M tilt has already been postponed, as has the battle between Georgia Tech and Miami.

What other high-profile NCAAF games are going to be delayed/canceled is still up in the air, but I wouldn’t advise you to hold your breath waiting.

For now, these are the best college football games to watch on Saturday.

Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Oklahoma Sooners

  • Where: Memorial Stadium – Norman, OK
  • Time: 7:30 pm EST
  • Line: Oklahoma -7, O/U 59.5 

Welcome to Bedlam 2020. Ever since dropping back-to-back to kick off Big 12 play, the Sooners have caught fire. 62-point outbursts in consecutive games mean the Cowboys ultra-reliable defense will be put to the ultimate test.

As good as Mike Gundy’s defensive unit has been, don’t expect the Oklahoma State defenders to deter Spencer Rattler.

The Sooners gun-slinger is about as dynamic of a college quarterback as you’re going to encounter.

Wisconsin Badgers vs. Northwestern Wildcats

  • Where: Ryan Field – Evanston, IL
  • Time: 3:30 pm EST
  • Line: Wisconsin -7, O/U 43.5 

Something’s got to give in Evanston this weekend. Here’s a matchup between the only two unbeaten teams in the Big Ten West with significant bragging rights on the line. The Wisconsin vs. Northwestern game features an incredibly low total (43.5), but could it perhaps be even lower?

The Badgers are yielding just 9.0 points per game in 2020. The Wildcats D clocks in allowing a stout 14.0 ppg.

Truth be told, Wisconsin is yet to break a sweat after annihilating their first two opponents (vs. Illinois, @ Michigan). Toying around with the Wolverines in the Big House qualifies as a statement victory, but look for Northwestern to present a much better fight.

Appalachian State Mountaineers vs. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

  • Where: Brooks Stadium – Conway, SC
  • Time: 12:00 pm EST
  • Line: Coastal Carolina -6, O/U 48.5 

Things are good right now in Conway, SC.

The volleyball team is on fire, Dustin Johnson (CCU alum) just won the Masters, and yet all the locals want to talk about is the Chanticleers football team. Rightfully so after a 7-0 start and an appearance in the top-15 of the latest AP Poll.

Coastal Carolina is already in uncharted territory and now seeks an 8-0 start, Meanwhile, the Mountaineers have quietly won six in a row.

Grayson McCall is the best quarterback in the country that nobody is talking about, while App State rushes the ball for more than 261 yards per contest. Buckle up for what promises to be a showdown.

Indiana Hoosiers vs. Ohio State Buckeyes

  • Where: Ohio Stadium – Columbus, OH
  • Time: 12:00 pm EST
  • Line: Ohio State -20.5, O/U 65

I showcased the two remaining unbeaten teams in the Big Ten West above. Now it’s time to highlight the only two squads in the B1G East still with unblemished records.

Enter – Indiana vs. Ohio State.

This matchup of top-10 teams is undoubtedly one of the best college football games to watch on Saturday. The Hoosiers have passed every test thus far with flying colors and are coming off blanking the Spartans in East Lansing. And Ohio State is still laying more than 20 points.

That tells you all you need to know regarding just how dominant the Buckeyes have been.

To stay in the loop with college football picks for this weekend, check out this page.

Michael Wynn
Michael Wynn

As a former Division I collegiate golfer, Michael Wynn loves writing about golf. He's also an expert in most of America's most popular sports, writing extensively for GamblingSites.com on football, basketball, and baseball.

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