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Week 13 of the College Football season is here, and this week could prove to be make or break more many College Football Playoff hopefuls.
Here, we’ll run through the best bets on what could be a fateful week for some programs.
Let’s dive in.
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It’s the game of the week in College Football as No. 2 Ohio State hosts No. 3 Michigan.
Both teams run offenses that are polar opposites from one another—Ohio State likes to pass, and Michigan wants to run.
The Ohio State offense has excellent receivers, headlined by Marvin Harrison Jr. In contrast; the Wolverines have a run game led by Blake Corum, a potential Heisman winner.
Corum has nearly 20 rushing touchdowns this year and over 1,450 yards.
Heading into this one, Corum is injured, but you know he’ll be out there.
The key to victory here for the road underdog Wolverines is riding Corum on the ground, keeping the ball out of the hands of C.J. Stroud, and draining the clock.
This would be a tall task if not for a player like Corum. Still, in this situation, Corum is way too talented—he’ll pull it off and help the Wolverines keep it close with the help of their defense that should be able to hold up in coverage against Harrison Jr., Emeka Egbuka, and Julian Fleming.
This is going to be a tough-fought battle.
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Pick: Over 49 (-110) at Caesars
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With a total of 49 points and a spread of 22 points, Caesars thinks Auburn is in line to get slammed in Week 13.
While we don’t anticipate an Auburn road win in the Iron Bowl, you have to keep in mind the woes of the Crimson Tide this season, mixed with some positives from the Tigers.
The Crimson Tide offense doesn’t have that big-time go-to playmaker like years last. Auburn has a fantastic cornerback this year in D.J. James, with just a 37.3% reception rate. The Tigers also have running back Tank Bigsby that’s run for 913 yards on 163 carries (5.6 per attempt) and 10 touchdowns. Bigsby also has 26 runs of 10+ yards and averages 4.4 yards after contact per attempt.
We think Alabama will score, but Auburn should see some garbage time value.
The Crimson Tide win this one, 33-17.
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TCU is playing to get into the College Football Playoff, and they have a tough challenge ahead of them to prove to the committee that they deserve a place in the tournament.
While Iowa State is 4-7 on the year and just 4-7 against the spread, their defense is extremely good.
Iowa State allows just 172.1 passing yards per game and has given up just eight touchdowns all year through the air. On the ground, they allow only 3.17 yards per carry.
TCU has been phenomenal this season, but Quentin Johnston will have his work cut out for him against Iowa State cornerback T.J. Tampa who’s allowed just two touchdowns and a 45.2% reception rate this season.
In the end, yes, TCU will win this game. Iowa State has scored 14 or fewer points in three of their last four games.
With their lack of scoring and TCU having a more challenging time than average scoring, this game should land under the spread.
It’ll be a TCU win, but will it be enough for them to make the CFP?
TCU exits with a 24-13 win.
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After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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