College Football Odds: Week 14 Spreads, Props, Moneylines, And Totals

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College football Week 14 action gets underway with a pair of games on Friday night and continues on Saturday. It’s conference championship week, and there are several matchups to look forward to. 

Highlights include Oregon taking on Washington to settle the Pac-12 and the SEC title game between Georgia and Alabama. Once the weekend is through, we’ll know which four teams will make up the College Football Playoff field. Read on for a betting preview and a look at the latest and best college football Week 14 odds.      

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College football Week 14 odds

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College football Week 14 betting previews

Oregon vs. Washington

Oregon and Washington will square off in the Pac-12 title tilt at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. The Ducks are 11-1, with the lone blemish coming at the hands of the 12-0 Huskies in a 36-33 thriller. Beyond the game stakes and potential impact on the College Football Playoff, it’s a meeting of two top Heisman contenders: Bo Nix and Michael Penix Jr. For the all-time series, Washington holds a 62-48-5 advantage. 

Oklahoma State vs. Texas

The Big 12 championship will be decided when Oklahoma State takes on Texas at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. The Cowboys are 9-3, winning their last two in a row and going 7-2 in conference play. The Longhorns are 11-1 and 8-1 in conference games, with the lone loss coming courtesy of Oklahoma. The last meeting of the two teams took place in 2022, a 41-34 win for Oklahoma State. Texas leads 26-11 in the all-time series. 

Georgia vs. Alabama

It’s an SEC heavyweight showdown at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta with the conference crown on the line. Defending national champion Georgia is a perfect 12-0, winning nine of its games by double digits. Alabama is 11-1, with its lone defeat coming at home to Texas by a score of 34-24. The two teams last met in the 2022 CFP championship game, a 33-18 win for the Bulldogs. Alabama leads the all-time series 42-26-4. 

Michigan vs. Iowa

Michigan is 12-0 and heads into the Big Ten title game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis as a big favorite over 10-2 Iowa. The Wolverines took down Ohio State last week by a score of 30-24 and won their first nine games of the season by double digits. The Hawkeyes went 7-2 in conference play, with losses to Penn State and Minnesota. Michigan won the last meeting of the two teams by a score of 27-14 in 2022 and leads the all-time series 44-15-4. 

Louisville vs. Florida State

Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte is the host venue for the ACC title game. Louisville is 10-2 on the season and 7-1 in conference play. Last week, the team dropped a 37-31 decision to Kentucky. Florida State is a perfect 12-0, defeating Florida last week by a score of 24-15. Tate Rodemaker was under center following the season-ending injury to Jordan Travis. The Cardinals are 6-6 against the spread this season, while the Seminoles are 7-5. 

College football Week 14 futures report

The chase for spots in the College Football Playoff comes to a close this weekend. In this week’s CFP rankings, Georgia holds down the first spot, followed by Michigan, Washington, and Florida State. Oregon is in fifth, then it’s Ohio State, Texas, and Alabama. Seven of the eight teams will be in action this week, with Ohio State being the lone outlier. Four of the programs will make up the CFP field, which will be announced on Sunday. 

For odds of winning the national title, Michigan is a slight favorite, followed closely by Georgia. The Wolverines are favored to win the Big Ten over Iowa, while the Bulldogs are slight favorites over Alabama in the SEC title game. Meanwhile, Oregon and Washington square off to decide the Pac-12, while Florida State plays Louisville.  

In the Heisman Trophy race, Oregon QB Bo Nix holds a slight lead over LSU QB Jayden Daniels in the latest betting odds, with Washington QB Michael Penix Jr. a distant third. Nix and Penix Jr. have a chance to further state their cases when they square off on Friday. 

The Ducks and Huskies played earlier this season. Washington took a 36-33 thriller at home, with Penix Jr. throwing for four touchdowns versus two for Nix. Daniels closed out the regular season on a three-game winning streak with the 9-3 Tigers, accounting for 17 total TDs over that span.