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Rutgers Scarlet Knights (3-5) vs Nebraska Cornhuskers (2-5)

Friday, December 18, 2020 at 7:30 pm

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Nebraska.

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Game 207.

1:00 pm pst.

 

Nebraska Cornhuskers at Rutgers Scarlet Knights. The line is currently Nebraska -6.5. After finally sporting a victory at Purdue, Nebraska then plummeted back to Earth last week losing to Minnesota by seven as a nine-point favorite. Rutgers quarterback, Noah Vedral is questionable here (check status). But if doesn’t go, no worries because three-year play-caller, Artur Sitkowski has got what it takes to lead (67.2% completion rate, 311 yards passing, 3/0). Nebraska has several key players out and their star wideout has opted out for the season, seeing the writing on the wall. The Cornhuskers are 1-6 ATS the last seven games as a favorite. Take the points with the Scarlet Knights. Thank you.

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Joe’s Pick Rutgers Scarlet Knights: +6.5 -105

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