My Week 14 Picks and TV Viewer Guide

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It was a rough weekend for the picks, we went 4-6, falling beneath .500 on the year.

The Outkick picks are now 41-43 on the season. 

If it’s any consolation at all, we are not alone.

So far this year Las Vegas sportsbooks have made $18 million.

But we still have two weeks of the season plus the bowls.

It’s time to ride.

And here we go.

Happy Thanksgiving, by the way.  

Texas Tech at Texas -4 

Texas Tech is in the middle of a freefall and the Longhorns have had nearly two weeks to get over the Oklahoma State thumping. Mack Brown’s not going to lose his job until next week’s loss to Baylor. 

Take the Horns. 

Ole Miss -3 at Mississippi State

The Rebels are the much better team here, but they’re only favored by 3 on the road at Mississippi State. 

The line actually makes pretty good sense given that the Egg Bowl is tough to predict. 

This one isn’t though, Ole Miss wins by a touchdown. 

Arkansas at LSU -24.5

Arkansas has lost eight straight games. Before the season started I projected the Razorbacks to go 4-8 and Razorback fans were indignant. My bad, I gave Bret Bielema too much credit. Take LSU, big. 

Florida State at Florida +27.5

The last time Florida lost a game by 28 or more points was — I have no idea when, but the only one I can remember was the Tommie Frazier Nebraska bowl game back in 1995. 

The Gators are awful, but they still have a decent defense. 

Sure, the FSU freight train could roll over the Gators 42-3, but this is an in-state rivalry game and the Gators are playing at home. 

Hell, last year Florida went on the road and upset FSU when no one gave them a chance in the game. 

The Gators will lose, but only by around 14 points. 

Baylor -13 at TCU

When’s a good time to bet on a good team. 

The week after their worst performance of the year. 

If Baylor had beaten Oklahoma State this line would be nearly twenty. 

Baylor wins big. 

Alabama at Auburn +11

Auburn believes in Gus Malzahn, is playing at home, and had a bye week. Sure, Alabama’s the better team, but we’re talking about 11 full points. 

That’s at least four too many in this game. 

Take Auburn. (And why not go ahead and take the Tigers +335 on the money line. Would it really shock you that much if Auburn pulled off the upset in this game?)

Clemson at South Carolina -4

I believe Clemson is the biggest fraud in the top ten. The Tigers haven’t beaten a good team since the first week of the season, way back in August. The Gamecocks have been erratic all season — particularly on the road at Tennessee — but they’re not losing at home to Clemson. 

Take the Cocks by a touchdown. 

Tennessee at Kentucky +4 and the under 54

Remember how I told y’all last week to take Vandy and the under. 

This week take Kentucky and the under. 

Kentucky is not much worse than Tennessee this year. 

The Vols can’t score on offense and Kentucky has a mobile quarterback. That’s all you need to know to realize this game is going to be very close. 

Texas A&M at Mizzou -4.5

As much as I love Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M — and as often as Mizzou has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory — the Tigers are just playing too well right now. 

A&M’s defense won’t stop Mizzou all day. 

Which means Manziel and the offense will have to score 50. 

Sure, they can do it, but all year long Mizzou hasn’t given up more than 28. 

Take Mizzou. 

Outkick’s TV Viewer Guide:


1. Texas Tech at Texas 7:30, et FS1

This weekend is absolutely loaded with great games. 

Start it on Thursday night when you’ll probably be looking for a reason to hide from your family — or seeking a topic to discuss with the male relatives you aren’t around that often. 

2. Ole Miss at Mississippi State 7:30 et, ESPN

Think of me while you’re watching these games. 

I’ll be with my boys at Disneyland. 

By the way, asked to list all the things that he was thankful for guess what my five year old’s first choice was in his school Thanksgiving booklet?

Chicken McNuggets. 

Amen, son. 


3. Arkansas at LSU, 3:30 et, CBS

Les Miles is must-see television. 

Even when, as is the case here, the game is going to be a blowout.

4. Oregon State at Oregon, 7 et, FS1

What’s happened to Oregon?

Could they really lose three Pac 12 games this year?


5. Fox College Saturday on FS1 from 10-12 eastern. 

Just so you know, my mom says the show is awesome. 

She also thinks everyone loves me though, so it’s probably a good thing she’s not on Twitter.

Plus, Joel Klatt might make a joke this weekend. 

He’s actually funny, I promise.

6. Florida State at Florida, 12 et, ESPN

You know how lots of Saturdays the best games are all set for later in the day.

Not today. 

Can the Gators keep it respectable? If not, is there any score loss that would get Muschamp fired? Like, what if Florida State won 62-3?

7. Ohio State at Michigan, 12 et, ABC

Remember back when we expected this game to be good?

That seems like a long time ago. 

Now Ohio State doesn’t just need to beat Michigan to impress voters, the Buckeyes need to blow out the Wolverines. 

8. Alabama at Auburn, 2:30 et, CBS

One of the biggest Iron Bowls of all time. 

CBS wins. 


9. Clemson at South Carolina, 7 et, ESPN2

The Gamecocks are trying to notch a 10-2 record for the third straight regular season. 

Meanwhile, Clemson is trying to avoid the most disappointing 10-2 season in Tiger history. 

10. Texas A&M at Missouri, 7:45 et, ESPN

Mizzou has the chance to be 11-1 and playing in the SEC title game. 

If I’d made this prediction before the season started, you would have all told me I was crazy. 

On the other side, Johnny Manziel’s Heisman hopes are hanging by a thread. He needs a massive game. Can he deliver in his final regular season game of his career?

I can’t wait to find out.

11. UCLA at USC, 8 et, ABC 

USC’s favored in this one.

That means if Coach Orgeron can lead the Trojans to victory, he’ll finish 7-1 as interim coach.

His reward?

It could be the USC job.


Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and your families. 


Written by Clay Travis

Clay Travis is the founder of the fastest growing national multimedia platform, OutKick, that produces and distributes engaging content across sports and pop culture to millions of fans across the country. OutKick was created by Travis in 2011 and sold to the Fox Corporation in 2021.

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Travis is a graduate of George Washington University as well as Vanderbilt Law School. Based in Nashville, he is the author of Dixieland Delight, On Rocky Top, and Republicans Buy Sneakers Too.