College Football Games To Bet On In Week 14
These are just some of the intriguing matchups of the NCAA slate
Week 14 of the college football season is going to be INSANE! Here are just some of the intriguing matchups on the slate:
No. 23 Virginia Tech at Virginia
VT -2.5, O/U 47.5, Friday November 29th, 12:00pm EST
This year’s version of the Commonwealth Clash is going to be intense. Virginia Tech has won three-straight games (would be seven-straight if they didn’t lose to Notre Dame by one point back on November 2nd) and has covered in each of their last five contests. Meanwhile Virginia has gone 6-0 SU at home this season!
No. 18 Cincinnati at No. 17 Memphis
MEM -11, O/U 57.5, Friday November 29th, 3:30pm EST
Memphis moved one spot ahead of Cincinnati in this week’s AP Poll and this game has AAC and Group of Five Playoff ranking implications. A lot is at stake for both programs, so expect a hard-fought, bitter battle!
No. 2 Ohio State at No. 10 Michigan
OSU -9, O/U 50, Saturday November 30th, 12:00pm EST
All eyes will be on this game as Ohio State travels to Michigan on Saturday in a Big Ten battle with College Football Playoff ramifications. Michigan is riding a dominant four-game winning streak in which they’ve outscored their conference opponents (Notre Dame, Maryland, Michigan State, Indiana) 166-45. Can they spoil OSU’s perfect season? Read our full preview.
No. 13 Wisconsin at No. 9 Minnesota
WISC -2.5, O/U 46, Saturday November 30th, 3:30pm EST
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor is a collegiate legend. He put up his 12th 200-yard game last week and became the FBS all-time leader in rushing yards through three years. He will look to continue that success on the road against a feisty Minnesota program this week. The winner of this game will not only receive Paul Bunyan’s Axe, they’ll earn a trip to the Big Ten title game.
No. 5 Alabama at No. 16 Auburn
BAMA -3.5, O/U 50, Saturday November 30th, 3:30pm EST
In his first real test as Alabama’s starting quarterback, can Mac Jones deliver in the Iron Bowl? This game is always dramatic, intense and physical. All eyes will be on the Crimson Tide, who will likely need a dominant victory in order to work their way into the College Football Playoff since they don't have a spot in the SEC title game next week. Read our full preview and find out more about what each team brings to the table.
Texas A&M at No. 1 LSU
LSU -17, O/U 62.5 Saturday November 30th, 7:00pm EST
There’s a lot riding on this game and LSU can’t take it lightly. From a team perspective, the Tigers can finish the regular season with a perfect record if they take care of business. Further, from an individual perspective, Joe Burrow is a massive favorite to win the Heisman Trophy and he will be looking to make one last impression on the voters.
No. 7 Oklahoma at No. 21 Oklahoma State
OKLA -13, O/U 69.5, Saturday November 30th, 8:00pm EST
Two of the nation’s top players will square off as Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts and Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard will look to do damage. Currently on the outside looking in of the CFP, Oklahoma is already locked into the Big 12 title game next Saturday, but needs a victory in this game and some chaos ahead of them in the standings in order to vault into the top four.