College Football Week 13 Bets

After a couple week hiatus due to work, I’m back in time for Rivalry Week! Playoff spots are on the line across the nation and no one would rather spoil them than a rival.  Get ready for one of the most thrilling weeks of college football!

Overall: 15-15 (8 Outright)

  • SYRACUSE (+6.0) at Boston College
    • Boston College lost in a close one last week to Florida State while Syracuse got embarrassed against Notre Dame.  Both seek revenge in a rivalry game, and the Orange are mad after last year’s blowout in the Carrier Dome.  Take the Orange and the points.
  • FIU (+3.0) v Marshall
    • The road underdog is looking for its C-USA Championship birth here.  FIU has been putting up points and blowing teams out lately.  Marshall’s defense is good, but they can’t win in a shootout – give me FIU.
  • AUBURN (+24.5) at Alabama
    • It is the Iron Bowl!  No way is this going to be a blow out.  Auburn held Georgia down last week and took down Texas A&M the year before.  War Eagle will come to play today and keep it close.
  • RUTGERS (+25.0) at Michigan State
    • Rutgers has been getting points and winning with the spread, throughout the season.  I think 25 is too many points for Michigan State to cover.
  •  BYU (+11.0) at Utah
    • The Holy War has been decided by single digits for 7 of the last 8 matchups.  BYU might not have won since that overtime thrill in in 2009, but this is the best Cougars team they’ve had in years.  Utah has its spot sealed for a date with Washington next week while BYU is looking to get another win before they go bowling.  Can’t see this game being anything but the norm – a single digit game either way.

All odds from ESPN.

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