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College Football Collections Schedule: Expansion Predictions, Key Top 25 Chances in Week 12

SEC for Double Director of CBS? Game about eliminating a college football football? Huge home games for Michigan and Notre Dame? What more would you want from a week of college football? Week 12 brings with it all day highs that can seriously affect CFP race and individual conference title titles across the country.

Georgia puts its PE bid on the line at Auburn, the main SEC for Sunday's CBS game at 3:30 p.m. ET Will the Bulldogs pass their heaviest remaining test and take advantage of SEC East, or will the Tigers play a spoiler as they have the opportunity to do two of these last three weeks to end the season?

With action starting early in the day and continuing late into the night, let's take a look at the biggest games on Saturday's schedule with our fellow football selections and predictions about what will turn into those matches. Our SBS football college experts have chosen every match directly and against the spread, giving you the opportunity to decide how to make your choices before you start. All times eastern

No. 11 Florida (-6.5) in Missouri – CBS Noon: The Tigers have made only three touchdowns in their last three games, and two of those matches were losses to Vanderbilt and Kentucky. Will Kelly Bryant's return suddenly change that against the Gators' quick and physical defense? Absolutely not. Kyle Trask will be smart with football, defense will shut down the Tigers, and the Gators will cruise to an easy victory on the road. Pick: Florida (-6.5) – Barrett Hall

Michigan State No. 15 Michigan (-14.5) – FOX Noon: The road team has won each of the last four in this series, and while I don't know if it will become five in a row, I like Michigan State's chances to cover them. The Spartans have covered 10 of their last 11 meetings as well as the last five games in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I expect this to be a low, scoring and defensive affair, and even though I have Michigan to win the game in its entirety, I think Michigan State hangs on 10 points. Select: Michigan State (+14.5) – Tom Hornell

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No. 23 Navy of no. 16 Notre Dame (-7.5) – 2:30 pm. on NBC: I have a medieval completely upset, but even if you're not ready to go that far, getting points isn't a bad thing. The Navy is a good triple option team and I have my reservations about Notre Dame's ability to remove the game. If the Irish 's defensive line is the best unit on the field, then they will win – perhaps comfortably. But I want Malcolm Perry and Neville to at least cover them. Select: Navy (+8.5) – Ben Kercheval

No. 4 Georgia (-2.5) at no. 12 Auburn – 3:30 p.m. on CBS: The defense is traveling, and Georgia's defense will rule that day on Saturday. Auburn must have set the stage for a semi-functional offense, but no one has managed to do so against the Bulldogs this season. DJ Williams and Tatishan Whitlow will be in control, aka Chrome will play error-free football, and Georgia will avenge its 2017 loss in the same building. Pick: Georgia (-2.5) – Barrett Hall

No. 10 Oklahoma (-9.5) at no. 13 Baylor – 7:30 pm. on ABC: Several teams played on the edge like Baylor. This team has won five matches with one possession or less. It feels as if its ranking reflects a "not losing" more than a "win", if that makes sense. There is no doubt that Baylor is worthy of being undefeated, just wondering when close calls will go the other way. I like Oklahoma upright, and as usual with the Sooners, a performance can mean the difference between scoring or scoring. Select: Oklahoma (-9.5) – Ben Kercheval

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