College Football Week 13 Odds and Lookahead Lines: 4 Bets to Make This Weekend

Get a jump on Week 13 College Football odds and lines ahead of time and four bets to make this weekend before odds begin to change during the week. Find the most updated College Football odds for Week 13 below.

Week 13 College Football Odds & Lines

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Early College Football Week 13 Bets to Place

The college football regular season is quickly approaching the end of the line. Week 12 is here, which means rivalry week is just days away. It’s not too early to take a look at some of the rivalry week odds and see where you can find some value before this weekend’s action. Take a look at which bets might be worth locking in sooner rather than later.

Washington -2.5 vs. Washington State

The logic here isn’t hard to follow: If Washington can go into Eugene and do to the Ducks what no other Pac-12 team has been able to do this year, the Huskies can go into Pullman and win fairly comfortably as well.

Washington State has a very solid team in Jake Dickert’s first full season, but the offense has disappeared at unfortunate times. The Cougars have been held under 20 points by Wisconsin, Oregon State, Utah, and USC. While it’s broken out against other teams, including Oregon and Stanford, the unit led by Cameron Ward isn’t consistent enough to be a safe bet against Washington’s offense. Michael Penix Jr. moved the ball flawlessly at times in a tough road environment against Oregon. He can do it again in Pullman.

We could see this line move further toward Washington after the Huskies inevitably dismantle Colorado this weekend. Washington State, meanwhile, isn’t a lock against an Arizona team that just upset UCLA. Washington by less than a field goal is a great value right now.

Auburn +26.5 vs. Alabama

I never would’ve picked this line as one that could move in Auburn’s direction early in the season, but interim coach Cadillac Williams has changed things for the Tigers.

Auburn was one of the SEC’s worst teams one month ago, and it’s possible that’s still true. A win over Texas A&M doesn’t say too much. Since Bryan Harsin’s firing, though, the Tigers put up 33 points on the road against Mississippi State before managing a terrific defensive performance in the win over the Aggies.

Auburn stands virtually no chance of beating Alabama in Tuscaloosa, but with the way the Tide have played close games plus the progress Auburn has made on both sides of the ball, we could be looking at less of a blowout than most expected.

Unfortunately, this weekend’s action won’t cause the line to move dramatically. Alabama is facing Austin Peay, while Auburn faces Western Kentucky. If Auburn can rock Western Kentucky at home, though, it might add credibility to the idea this team is different under Williams.

North Carolina -6 vs. NC State

North Carolina has played more than a few close games this season as a result of its defense, but the Tar Heels clearly have one of the best offenses in the nation. Drake Maye continues to look like a future NFL quarterback, and North Carolina has an opportunity to do unspeakable things to Georgia Tech this weekend. If that’s the case, this line could move to a touchdown or more with UNC at home.

NC State is 7-3 but doesn’t have QB Devin Leary and hasn’t passed the eye test this year. The Wolfpack inexplicably lost to Boston College at home last weekend and barely scraped by Virginia Tech in late October. I’d be pretty stunned if NC State had the offense to hang with North Carolina, and a loss to Louisville this weekend would only serve to move this line further in UNC’s direction.

Oregon State +7 vs. Oregon

Oregon State likely isn’t at Oregon’s level, but the Beavers and their terrific defense have been tough to beat in Corvallis. In fact, Oregon State’s only home loss was a 17-14 defeat at the hands of USC. Caleb Williams had his worst game of the season against Oregon State’s defense.

The Beavers are set up well to keep this game close against Oregon. The Ducks have a much better offense but looked beatable against Washington and face another difficult matchup this weekend against Utah. Oregon is at risk of losing this weekend. Oregon State likely isn’t, against a bottom-feeding Arizona State team. I like the value on this line for Oregon State as long as the Ducks are favored by a touchdown.

Dan is a lifelong sports fan and graduate of Boston University. He’s covered several sports on Instagram since he was 12 and now writes about everything from betting trends to breaking news for Lineups.

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