College Football Week 14 Opening Odds

Monday, November 28th, 2016

By Tom Wilkinson
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Week 14 college football action at BetCris begins on Friday, December 2 with two games as 21st-ranked Western Michigan takes on Ohio in the MAC Championship on ESPN 2 while 5th-ranked Washington plays 9th-ranked Colorado in the Pac-12 Championship on FOX. The Week 14 action on Saturday, December 3 features a number of high profile matchups including 10th-ranked Oklahoma State at Oklahoma on FOX, top-ranked Alabama vs. 15th-ranked Florida in the SEC Championship on CBS, 4th-ranked Clemson vs. Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship on ABC and 6th-ranked Wisconsin taking on 7th-ranked Penn State in the Big Ten Championship on FOX.

College Football Week 14 Opening Odds at BetCris

Ohio vs. Western Michigan (-19)

Colorado vs. Washington (-7.5)

Baylor at West Virginia (-16)

Kansas State at TCU (-4.5)

New Mexico State at South Alabama (-11)

Troy (-8) at Georgia Southern

UL Lafayette (-7) at UL Monroe

Oklahoma State at Oklahoma (-12.5)

Arkansas State (-23.5) at Texas State

Georgia State at Idaho (-6.5)

Louisiana Tech vs. Western Kentucky (-7.5)

Temple at Navy (-2.5)

Florida vs. Alabama (-21.5)

San Diego State (-6) at Wyoming

Virginia Tech vs. Clemson (-9.5)

Penn State vs. Wisconsin (-3)

Colorado vs. Washington – 9 pm Eastern (Friday)

The Buffaloes and Huskies meet for the Pac-12 Championship on Friday night at Sun Devil Stadium in Temple, Arizona on FOX. The Huskies have a good chance to make the College Football Playoff if they can win this game while the Buffaloes are looking to play spoiler and also grab a spot in the Rose Bowl. This will be the 16th time these teams are meeting with Washington leading the series 9-5-1 including wins in the last six meetings. The Huskies are led by quarterback Jake Browning who has thrown 40 TD passes this season. Colorado has Sefo Liufau at quarterback and he is a dual threat as he had 21 carries last week in the win over Utah.

The Huskies have gone 6-0 ATS in the last six meetings in this series.

Oklahoma State at Oklahoma – 12:30 pm Eastern

The Bedlam battle will decide the Big 12 champion for the second straight season. It will be the last time a regular season meeting decides the champion as the Big 12 will be going to a championship game starting in 2017. This should be a high scoring game as the Cowboys are led by quarterback Mason Rudolph and an offense that is scoring 40 points per game while the Sooners have Baker Mayfield and an offense that is scoring 45 points per contest.

The Cowboys are just 3-8 ATS in the last 11 meetings in this series.

Alabama vs. Florida – 4 pm Eastern

The SEC Championship game has the Crimson Tide heavily favored over the Gators. This game that will take place from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia can be seen on CBS. The Crimson Tide are already assured of playing in the College Football Playoff but the goal for the team is to finish undefeated. Alabama is led by quarterback Jalen Hurts who has been outstanding as a freshman. This will be the 9th time that Alabama and Florida will be meeting for the SEC title with the series tied 4-4.

The Crimson Tide have gone 9-2-1 ATS in the last 12 meetings against Florida with four of the last five going over.

Clemson vs. Virginia Tech – 8 pm

The Clemson Tigers take on the Virginia Tech Hokies in the ACC title game on Saturday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida on ABC. The Tigers have a chance to make the College Football Playoff but they have to get past a Virginia Tech team that has surprised this season under new head coach Justin Fuente. The Hokies are led by quarterback Jerod Evans while the Tigers have quarterback Deshaun Watson. The Tigers and Hokies have not met since 2012 when it was Clemson winning 38-17. The Tigers lead the all-time series 20-12-1 and they have won the last three.

The underdog in this series has gone 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings and five of the last six in the series have gone under.

Wisconsin vs. Penn State – 8 pm

The battle for the Big 10 championship will not include Michigan or Ohio State as it will be Wisconsin taking on Penn State. The Badgers are a slight favorite in this game that will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on FOX. The Badgers are third in the country on defense as they allow just 13.7 points per game while Penn State is 20th, allowing 22.8 points per contest. This should be a low scoring game which would favor Wisconsin as they have the better defense and a solid running game led by Corey Clement.

The Nittany Lions have gone 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings with the last four in the series going over.

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