College Football Week 14 Odds and Lookahead Lines: 4 Bets to Make This Weekend

Get a jump on Week 14 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 14 below.

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Early College Football Week 14 Bets to Place

Championship Weekend is here! Well, almost. Not all of the matchups are locked in yet, but there are four already worth paying close attention to. Let’s take a look at which conference title games to bet right now, plus one interesting line to monitor for movement throughout the coming days.

Georgia -15 vs. LSU

It’s tough to see this line moving much, but Georgia -15 is solid value before the Bulldogs (likely) obliterate Georgia Tech on Saturday.

I understand the hesitance to give Georgia much more than two touchdowns on this line, especially one week after they only escaped Kentucky 16-6, but the Bulldogs proved against Tennessee that they’re a step ahead of the rest of the SEC. Georgia has only won two games by under 15 points: The 27-13 victory over Tennessee and the 16-6 win over Kentucky.

With a favorable crowd in Atlanta, Georgia should learn its lesson from last year’s SEC title game and not overlook its opponent. Bulldogs by anything near two touchdowns is nice value while it’s available.

Ohio +5 vs. Toledo

Ohio has been a better team than Toledo this season, but the line has been shifting with Bobcats QB Kurtis Rourke out for the year. There’s reason to be concerned about the uncertainty of the situation – an Ohio win over a bad Bowling Green team without him doesn’t prove much – but I get the sense this spread might be an overreaction to the injury.

Toledo will come into the MAC title game on a two-game losing streak, with both losses coming against sub-.500 teams. A Bowling Green offense that was shut down by Ohio (which doesn’t have a great defense overall) hung 42 points on this Toledo team. Ohio has been the MAC’s best team this year. I’d take the Bobcats at +5 right now in case the line starts coming back in their favor.

Fresno State +5.5 vs. Boise State

Boise State beat Fresno State 40-20 back in early October, but all Fresno State has done since then is win. The Bulldogs head into the Mountain West title game on a seven-game win streak, and the offense is the reason why. Jake Haener has recaptured some of the magic he found last season, piling on the points in blowout wins over Hawaii, New Mexico, and Nevada.

A trouncing of Wyoming on Friday – during which the defense embarrassed the 7-win Cowboys – might narrow this line during the coming week, so Fresno State and a few points is worth considering right now. Boise State only won by three against Wyoming just a week ago. I’m riding with the hot hand.

North Carolina vs. Clemson

Let’s shake things up here: Watch how the line moves in favor of Clemson this week. As the Tar Heels become even larger underdogs after a second consecutive loss, they may become a solid value.

North Carolina has started to run out of steam over the past two weeks, losing two very winnable games. Drake Maye hasn’t played anything like he has the rest of the season. With that being said, even a vulnerable Clemson team should win this game. It’s just possible that the market underestimates the Tar Heels.

10 games of excellent play by the offense mean more than two down games. If the Drake Maye we saw for 2+ months shows up against Clemson, North Carolina can at least stay within range of the Tigers and reward you for taking advantage of the line.

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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