College Football Week 13 Opening Odds

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

By Tom Wilkinson
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Week 13 college football action at BetCris begins on Tuesday, November 22 with three games as Akron visits Ohio on ESPN U, Ball State is at Miami Ohio and Central Michigan visits Eastern Michigan. There is one game on Thanksgiving, November 24 as LSU visits Texas A&M on ESPN. It is a busy Friday, November 25 in college football with 14 games including the Apple Cup as Washington visits Washington State on FS1. The Week 13 action on Saturday, November 26 features a number of high profile matchups including 2nd-ranked Ohio State hosting 3rd-ranked Michigan on ABC, Auburn at Alabama on CBS, Utah at Colorado on FOX and Florida at Florida State on ABC.

College Football Week 13 Opening Odds at BetCris

Akron at Ohio (OFF)

Ball State at Miami Ohio (-8)

Central Michigan (-1) at Eastern Michigan

LSU (-5.5) at Texas A&M

Buffalo at Bowling Green (-13.5)

Toledo at Western Michigan (-9.5)

Northern Illinois at Kent State (OFF)

Nebraska at Iowa (OFF)

Arkansas (-9) at Missouri

Cincinnati at Tulsa (-19.5)

TCU at Texas (-2.5)

Boise State (-9.5) at Air Force

Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss (OFF)

NC State at North Carolina (-12)

Houston at Memphis (OFF)

Washington (-5.5) at Washington State

Texas Tech vs Baylor (-5.5)

Arizona State (-4) at Arizona

South Carolina at Clemson (-23.5)

East Carolina at Temple (-17.5)

Tulane at Connecticut (-1.5)

Rutgers at Maryland (-13)

Syracuse at Pittsburgh (-23.5)

West Virginia (-7.5) at Iowa State

Illinois at Northwestern (-14)

Purdue at Indiana (-15)

Michigan State at Penn State (-11.5)

Boston College at Wake Forest (-4)

Kansas at Kansas State (-26)

Minnesota at Wisconsin (-14)

Duke at Miami (-15)

Georgia Tech at Georgia (-4.5)

Virginia at Virginia Tech (-17.5)

Auburn at Alabama (-18)

Kentucky at Louisville (-23.5)

UCLA (-5) at California

Nevada at UNLV (-6)

San Jose State (-3) at Fresno State

Florida International at Old Dominion (-13)

Appalachian State (-17) at New Mexico State

Troy (-25) at Texas State

Oregon (-3.5) at Oregon State

Florida Atlantic at Middle Tennessee State (-13)

Utah at Colorado (-10)

Western Kentucky (-22) at Marshall

Navy (-7) at SMU

North Texas (-2) at UTEP

Central Florida at South Florida (-10)

Charlotte at Texas San Antonio (-8.5)

Florida at Florida State (-7)

Rice at Stanford (-35)

Arkansas State (-8) at UL Lafayette

Tennessee (-8) at Vanderbilt

Mississippi State at Mississippi (-7.5)

Michigan at Ohio State (-7)

Notre Dame at USC (-17)

South Alabama at Idaho (-5)

Wyoming (-3) at New Mexico

Colorado State at San Diego State (-11.5)

Utah State at BYU (-19.5)

Massachusetts at Hawaii (-9)

Michigan at Ohio State - 12 pm Eastern

The biggest game of the season takes place on Saturday as the Wolverines visit the Buckeyes. The winner of this game will be a virtual lock to make the College Football Playoff while the loser could be out. These two actually met in 2006 when they were 1st and 2nd in the rankings. This will be the first time in a decade that the Big Ten title will be on the line. The Wolverines may have to rely on backup quarterback John O’Korn in this game as starter Wilton Speight has a collarbone injury.

"Ohio State and Michigan, the greatest rivalry in sports, how can it not be in the back of your mind from right after the day you played last year?" Michigan senior defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow said. "I wouldn't hesitate to say that's the biggest game we play in every year.”

Michigan has dropped 11 of the last 12 in this series. The Wolverines are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 meetings at Ohio State. Four of the last five meetings in this series have gone over the total.

Auburn at Alabama - 3:30 pm Eastern

The Iron Bowl won’t be the most important game played on Saturday but it is still a great rivalry matchup. The Tigers are not contenders this season but they do have an offense that could give Alabama some trouble. The problem for Auburn is that their defense has no real chance to slow the Crimson Tide down in this game, especially on the road. The Crimson Tide are laying more than two touchdowns at home.

Alabama defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson said some players still remember what happened three years ago when the Tide lost to Auburn. “So it’s pretty easy to focus up because we don’t want to go through that feeling again,” he said.

The favorite is 4-1 in the last five meetings in this series. The Under is 6-2 in the last 8 meetings at Alabama.

Utah at Colorado – 7:30 pm Eastern

This game will decide whether USC or Colorado wins the Pac-12 South. The Utes blew their chances last week with a loss to Oregon so now they are only a spoiler as if they win the South goes to USC while Colorado wins the division if they beat the Utes. Colorado has had an amazing season and there is no reason to think they won’t beat Utah at home.

The Utes are 0-5 ATS in the last 5 meetings.

Florida at Florida State – 8 pm Eastern

The Gators would like to win this game because it is a rivalry game but the reality is that the SEC title game against Alabama next week is more important. The Seminoles are not going to win the ACC so they are just playing to get into a better bowl game. The Seminoles are playing at home and they are getting some respect from the oddsmakers as they are laying a touchdown.

The road team is 5-0 ATS in the last 5 meetings. The Under is 8-2 in the last 10 meetings at Florida State.

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