Free Pick College Football Betting from Ched Whitney

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College Football Free Pick 

Saturday, November 9 at 9 a.m. PT

Baylor Bears at TCU Horned Frogs

Baylor -2.5 at TCU: The 8-0 Bears have combined with Minnesota to form the quietest pair of undefeated teams in the country. Baylor has been defined mostly by its offense this season 480 yards per game but last Saturday, it was the defense that was key in a 17-14 win over West Virginia. It was the Bears’ first win in a game in which they failed to reach 20 points since 2006.

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The Horned Frogs have lost three of four, and Baylor has a perfect road record that includes a 19-point win over Kansas State and an 18-point victory over Oklahoma State. BAYLOR

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About the Author

Ched Whitney

Ched Whitney has been a journalist in Las Vegas since 1994. He worked for the Las Vegas Review-Journal for 18 years, where he was the paper’s art director for 12. Since becoming a freelancer in 2012, his work has appeared at ESPN.com, AOL, The Seattle Times and UNLV Magazine, among others. ​

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