Latest Online News For NCAA Week 11

NCAA student-Athletes continue to get challenged by the pandemic (COVID-19). Some of them are facing heightened mental health concerns, creating barriers to sport participation. A well-being survey also found that most of these students are again slowly returning to their college towns to interact with their coaches and teammates. Let's get more on NCAA week 11 updates below:


Gary Andersen is Out.

The Utah State head coach Gary Andersen got fired in his second stint after 0-3. He has been in Utah and Oregon State with an overall record of 59-63. 


Michigan DE Aiden Hutchinson

Aiden will not be playing in this season of NCAA week 11 due to an ankle injury. And so far, Wolverines are at 1-2 this year.


Florida State

It's not merry in Florida State after losing few players this season. It started with Tamorrion Terry, followed by Marvin Wilson, and James Blackman is yet to transfer at the end of the season. 


NCAA Week 11 Picks

Washington State (No. 11) Oregon (-8.5)

The ducks will be playing for a more significant price, and they have a quarterback in Tyler Shough. They are relying on the defense to make a few turnovers against Washington State. Let's not forget the Cougars were relatively impressive in their opener. 


Arkansas (No. 6) Florida (-17.5)

This season of NCAA week 11, Gators might face a potential letdown against an Arkansas team that's already at 6-0 ATS. Kyle Trask will give Hogs secondary fits, while Kansas continues with that streak with a hard-fought cover. The picks look like this:

Florida wins 38-22.


Wisconsin (No. 13) Michigan (-2.5)

After a three-week layoff, Wisconsin finally returns to NCAA week 11. Will Michigan run the ball? Wolverines seem to have a problem with both sides of the ball. Meanwhile, Paul Chryst is currently at 0-2 at Michigan. 


Ohio State (No. 3) Maryland (-27)

The Buckeyes would have covered against Rutgers in week 10, but they encountered a second-half letdown. They are at 2-1 ATS. In the last two weeks, Maryland has averaged 40 points per game. But they also lost to North-western in its opener by 40 points. From these daily sports picks, we will go for; Ohio State to win 49-20 (covering the spread).


Notre Dame (No. 2) Boston College (-13.5)

In comparison to Boston College's legendary upset of Notre Dame, the Irish won the previous two meetings by an average of 31 points. The Eagles played both North Carolina and Clemson tough. 


Miami (No. 9) Virginia Tech (-2.5)

The underdogs here are the Hurricanes, and the spread is head-scratching as Hookies lost 38-35 while at home to Liberty. Last week D'Eriq King led Miami past N.C State, and he's the best player on the field for yet another big victory for the Hurricanes. 


 East Carolina (No. 7) Cincinnati (-27)

This season Bearcats have covered each of the previous three weeks, and they are at 0-2 ATS and favored by 20-plus points. In 2018, the last visit to Nippert Stadium, the Pirates lost by 50 points, and they had also lost a 46-43 shootout to the Bearcats last season. 

Pick; Cincinnati wins 41-16 doesn't cover the spread.


Indiana (No. 10) Michigan State (-7.5)

We'll wait to see which of the Michigan State team will show up. We already know that the Spartans have won the past three meetings series out of four, while those four were decided by 10 points or less. Indiana is ready for Ohio State.


Attendance for upcoming championships  

The NCAA has announced the new sitting capacity for the winter championship to be held in spring to be 25 percent. However, that might vary with state and local health mandates due to the COVID-19 restrictions. The NCAA vice president of women's basketball Lynn Holzman said they are looking forward to the championship return. Despite a limited number of attendances, it should be an unforgettable event. 


So, you need to watch out for the daily sports picks for women's basketball. The first and second-round play will take place on March 21-24 at the Alamodome-Bill Greehey Arena. 


In conclusion, we ensure to keep you updated in all the NCAA week 11It's good to know who's leaving his team, and who got some injuries that will keep him off the game, and much more.

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