College Football Odds: Week 13 Spreads, Props, Moneylines, And Totals


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College Football Odds: Week 13 Spreads, Props, Moneylines, And Totals

College football Week 13 action is in progress with dozens of games spread across a busy week. It’s the final full week of the regular season in advance of next weekend’s conference championship games, and there’s plenty at stake across the slate. 

The most highly-anticipated game of the week is the annual showdown between Ohio State and Michigan, two of the top four teams in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. Read on for a betting preview and a look at the latest and best college football Week 13 odds.    

CFB Week 13 point spreads

CFB Week 13 moneyline odds

CFB Week 13 over/under lines

College football Week 13 odds

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College football Week 13 betting previews

Ohio State vs. Michigan betting preview 

The stakes are incredibly high for this year’s edition of one of college football’s best rivalries. The winner between Ohio State and Michigan takes the Big Ten East, will likely be a big favorite in next week’s conference championship game, and has a great shot at locking up a CFP berth. The Wolverines have won two straight over the Buckeyes, winning last season by a score of 45-23, and hold a 60-52-6 lead in all-time meetings.   

Washington State vs. Washington betting preview 

Washington moved into the fourth spot in the latest CFP rankings and has already locked up a spot in next week’s Pac-12 title game. The undefeated Huskies welcome the rival Washington State, who enter at 5-6. On paper and from afar, this looks like a mismatch, but it’s also a rivalry game that could bring out inspired efforts from both sides. Washington took last season’s meeting, while Washington State came out on top the year before.    

Georgia vs. Georgia Tech betting preview 

Defending national champion Georgia is a perfect 11-0, the top-ranked team in the latest CFP rankings, and set to play for the SEC championship next week. In advance of that, the Bulldogs take their act on the road as heavy favorites over rival Georgia Tech, which enters at 6-5. Georgia has won five straight in the series, taking all of them by double digits. For this season, the Bulldogs are 4-6-1 against the spread, while Georgia Tech is 6-5. 

College football Week 13 futures report

The chase for spots in the College Football Playoff is winding down. In this week’s CFP rankings, Georgia holds down the top spot, with Ohio State, Michigan, and Washington rounding out the top four. In odds to win the national championship, Georgia is a slight favorite over Michigan, followed by Ohio State. 

Slots five through eight in the CFP rankings are held by Florida State, Oregon, Texas, and Alabama. The same eight programs are the top favorites in odds to win the national title. In short, it’s looking like four of these eight squads will make up this season’s CFP playoff field, with the results of this week having a huge bearing on how it all shakes out.  

The Heisman Trophy race has shifted once again. LSU QB Jayden Daniels has moved to the top of the odds board after being in third place last week, supplanting Oregon QB Bo Nix, who is now in second. Washington QB Michael Penix Jr. is third, with Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. a distant fourth. 

Daniels has been emphatically stating his case over the last two weeks, racking up 1,115 combined yards and 13 total scores. Meanwhile, Nix and Penix Jr. are two of the nation’s leaders in passing stats. Penix Jr. and the Huskies took a regular season matchup over the Ducks and Nix, but there’s still the potential for a rematch in next week’s Pac-12 title game.