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College football odds, lines, schedule for Week 13: Ohio State, USC open as home favorites in rivalry games

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Everyone in college football has circled The Game since Ohio State lost to Michigan last season to determine a college football playoff berth. Heading into Week 13, the matchup may be even bigger than anyone expected, but Vegas has a clear favorite.

Down the board USC, Oregon and LSU are trying to keep College Football playoff hopes alive with competitive play. The AAC and Sun Belt also have battles that can determine the seeding and hosting of championship games.

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There are five matches between the teams scheduled for the last week in the college football playoff rankings. Here are some of the most interesting opening lines for upcoming Week 13 matches.

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All odds provided by Caesars Sportsbook.

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Michigan in Ohio (-8.5): The game did indeed become the college football game of the year, as many expected, but the Vegas bookmakers are pessimistic about the competition. Ohio State won all of their games by double figures, but this included the scoop and score with seconds left against Maryland to skew the numbers. Michigan fought against Illinois for the first time. Neither team has played an elite opponent, so it is not known what could happen.

Notre Dame to USC (-6): The Trojans are trying to end the CFP-caliber regular season with a tough game against Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish were giant killers, eliminating Clemson, North Carolina and Syracuse during the season. However, USC is showing their best football at the right time. The key will be to avoid looking ahead.

Oregon (-3.5) in Oregon: The Ducks are playing their third straight ultra-competitive game after surviving No. 10 Utah on Saturday. Oregon State has lost 12 of the last 14 games between the two, but the Beavers are having their best season in a decade. The Beavers are in the top 30 in defensive scoring and will play against the lame Bo Nicks in Oregon in a fierce home rivalry.

NC State in North Carolina (-6.5) on Friday: The Wolf Pack is falling apart after losing quarterback Devin Leary to a season-ending injury, while North Carolina look to pick up steam in their first ACC championship game since 2015. , but quarterback Drake May faces another of his biggest challenges. This is a rematch after North Carolina State beat UNC 34-30 before the end of last season. Expect Tar Heels to take full advantage.

Tulane to Cincinnati (-3) on Friday: This game could determine a place in the AAC Championship Game and possibly a place in the New Year’s Six. Tulane has smashed the dynamic SMU team and is racing towards the finish line. However, Cincinnati is still a two-time reigning AAC champion, and while the biggest game of the weekend is in Michigan, Ohio could be next.

The best of the rest

  • Georgia Institute of Technology in Georgia (-35)
  • Iowa State in TCU (-10.5)
  • LSU (-9) at Texas A&M
  • Auburn in Alabama (-21.5)
  • Kansas in Kansas State (-11.5)
  • Washington (-2) in Washington State
  • Florida in Florida State (-9.5) on Friday
  • Mississippi at Ole Miss (-3.5) on Thursday
  • UCF (-18) in South Florida
  • Coastal Carolina (+14.5) at James Madison



Source: www.cbssports.com

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