Week 12 college football action at BetCris begins on Tuesday, November 15 with two games as Kent State visits Bowling Green on ESPN U while
Ohio is at Central Michigan on ESPN 2. There are two MAC games on Wednesday, November 16 as Ball State visits Toledo on ESPN 2 while Northern Illinois is at Eastern Michigan on ESPN U. Thursday, November 17 action has 6th-ranked Louisville visiting Houston on ESPN while Arkansas State is at Troy on ESPN U. There are two games on Friday, November 18 as Memphis visits Cincinnati on CBS Sports Network and UNLV at 22nd-ranked Boise State on ESPN 2.
The Week 12 action on Saturday, November 19 features a number of high profile matchups including 5th-ranked Ohio State visiting Michigan State on ESPN, 23rd-ranked Washington State at 12th-ranked Colorado on FOX, 11th-ranked Oklahoma at 16th-ranked West Virginia on ABC and 20th-ranked USC at UCLA on ESPN.
College Football Week 12 Opening Odds at BetCris
Kent State (-2.5) at Bowling Green
Ohio (-1) at Central Michigan
Ball State at Toledo (-21)
Northern Illinois (-4) at Eastern Michigan
Louisville at Houston (OFF)
Arkansas State at Troy (-8)
Memphis (-7) at Cincinnati
UNLV at Boise State (-26)
Connecticut at Boston College (-7)
UL Monroe at Appalachian State (-25.5)
UTEP at Rice (-1.5)
Miami Florida (-3) at NC State
Texas Tech (-3) at Iowa State
Iowa (-11.5) at Illinois
Northwestern (-1) at Minnesota
Wisconsin (-27) at Purdue
Duke at Pittsburgh (-8)
Texas San Antonio at Texas A&M (-26)
Maryland at Nebraska (-14.5)
Oklahoma (-3) at West Virginia
Middle Tennessee State (-3.5) at Charlotte
Massachusetts at BYU (-31)
UL Lafayette at Georgia (-21.5)
San Diego State (-7.5) at Wyoming
New Mexico at Colorado State (-4.5)
Indiana at Michigan (-25.5)
Virginia Tech at Notre Dame (-1)
Kansas State (-2.5) at Baylor
Virginia at Georgia Tech (-10.5)
Florida State (-20.5) at Syracuse
Mississippi (-9.5) at Vanderbilt
Texas State at New Mexico State (-9)
Arizona at Oregon State (-7)
Arizona State at Washington (-25)
Washington State at Colorado (-3.5)
Stanford (-11.5) at California
Southern Miss at North Texas (OFF)
Old Dominion (-8) at Florida Atlantic
Buffalo at Western Michigan (-35)
Marshall (-2) at Florida International
Arkansas at Mississippi State (PK)
Hawaii (-1.5) at Fresno State
South Florida (-14) at SMU
Tulsa (-2.5) at Central Florida
Temple (-15.5) at Tulane
Ohio State (-21.5) at Michigan State
Texas (-22.5) at Kansas
Clemson (-21.5) at Wake Forest
Missouri at Tennessee (-14.5)
Georgia Southern (-3) at Georgia State
USC (-10.5) at UCLA
Oklahoma State at TCU (-4)
Penn State (-27) at Rutgers
Oregon at Utah (-12)
Air Force (-11) at San Jose State
Utah State (-4) at Nevada
Navy (-7) at East Carolina
Florida at LSU (-14)
Ohio State at Michigan State – 12 pm Eastern
The Buckeyes are big road favorites in this game that can be seen on ESPN. Ohio State has moved up to 2nd in the latest polls and they are in position to make the College Football Playoff but they still have the huge game remaining against Michigan. There is no chance for a letdown for the Buckeyes because they want revenge for last year’s loss to Michigan State. The Spartans are not a good team this season but at least they did get off the mat last week and beat Rutgers. Sometimes revenge is overrated but not in this case as the Buckeyes want revenge for the Spartans ruining their season a year ago.
The Buckeyes have done well on the road in this series going 5-1 ATS. The road team is 7-1 ATS in the last eight meetings.
Washington State at Colorado – 3:30 pm Eastern
Both the Cougars and Buffaloes control their own destiny in their respective divisions in the Pac-12. This game will get the spotlight on FOX on Saturday afternoon. The Buffaloes are coming off a 49-24 win at Arizona while the Cougars routed California. Colorado is leading the Pac-12 South at 6-1 but they need to keep winning if they want to clinch the division and it won’t be easy as they face the Cougars and Utes in consecutive weeks.
The Buffaloes are listed as 3.5 point home favorites. The road team is 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings in this series.
Oklahoma at West Virginia – 8 pm Eastern
The Sooners have two losses on the seasons but both were out of conference so Oklahoma is 7-0 in the Big 12. They have an outside chance to crack the top four and make the College Football Playoff if they keep winning. The Sooners rolled 45-24 over Baylor last week. The Mountaineers are 5-1 in the Big 12 and they are 8-1 overall. They just slipped past Texas last week as the defense forced three turnovers. The Mountaineers have never beaten the Sooners in Big 12 play.
This has been a high scoring series with four of the last five meetings going over the total.
USC at UCLA – 10:30 pm Eastern
The Trojans are coming off a huge win against Washington and now they are ranked in the Top 20. The Trojans have won six straight and they are double-digit favorites in this road game against a UCLA team that has to win their last two games to become bowl eligible. The Trojans won 40-21 last year at home against the Bruins. The Trojans have won 45 times in this series against UCLA with the Bruins winning 31 times while 7 games ended in ties.
The Bruins have gone 5-1 ATS at home in the last six meetings against USC. This has been a low scoring series with 8 of the last 10 going under the total.
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