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2019 NCAA Football Week 12 Betting

NCAA Football Week 12 Betting Odds

We’re in the homestretch of the 2019 college football season. There are plenty of great games to bet at online sportsbooks, and the stakes are sky high for teams hoping to make the College Football Playoff. The week begins with “MACtion” on Tuesday night, and there are two games every night from Tuesday to Friday. Saturday is packed to the brim with great games as Michigan hosts Michigan State for Paul Bunyan’s Trophy at noon, and Auburn hosts Georgia in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry at 3:30 pm. The best game of the bunch will be the ABC primetime showdown between Baylor and Oklahoma, as the two Big 12 rivals square off for first place in the conference heading into the final two weeks of the regular season.

2019 College Football Week 12 Betting Schedule

College Football Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Eastern Michigan at Akron (+17) | 6pm | ESPNU

Western Michigan at Ohio (PK) | 7:30pm | ESPN2

College Football Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Bowling Green at Miami (Ohio) (-18.5) | 8pm | ESPNU

Northern Illinois at Toledo (-2.5) | 8pm | ESPN2

College Football Thursday, November 14, 2019

Buffalo at Kent State (+4.5) | 7pm | CBSSN

North Carolina at Pittsburgh (-4.5) | 8pm | ESPN

College Football Friday, November 15, 2019

Louisiana Tech at Marshall (-2.5) | 7pm | CBSSN

Fresno State at San Diego State (-1) | 9:30pm | ESPN2

College Football Saturday, November 16, 2019

TCU at Texas Tech (-1) | 12pm | ESPN2

Wisconsin at Nebraska (+11.5) | 12pm | Big Ten Network

Tulane at Temple (+3) | 12pm | ESPNU

Alabama State at Florida State | 12pm | ACC Network

Michigan State at Michigan (-14.5) | 12pm | FOX

The Wolverines’ 21-7 win over the Spartans last year led to their first cover per the college football betting odds in this series since 2008. Michigan State had covered nine straight games prior to that, earning Mark Dantonio a reputation for being Michigan’s kryptonite. However, the Spartans have been their own worst enemy this season, and they might be in shellshock after blowing a 31-10 fourth quarter lead against Illinois last week. The loss dropped Michigan State to 4-5, and if the Spartans don’t win this game, they will have to win their last two games to go bowling.

Florida at Missouri (Check Back Later) | 12pm | CBS

VMI at Army | 12pm | CBSSN

Indiana at Penn State (-14) | 12pm | ABC

Kansas at Oklahoma State (-17) | 12pm | FS1

Alabama at Mississippi State (+19) | 12pm | ESPN

UMass at Northwestern (-38) | 12pm | Big Ten Network

UTEP at UAB (Check Back Later) | 1pm | ESPN3

Navy at Notre Dame (-10) | 2:30pm | NBC

Coastal Carolina at Arkansas State (Check Back Later) | 3pm | ESPN Plus

Idaho State at BYU | 3pm | ESPN3

ULM at Georgia Southern (-7) | 3pm | ESPN Plus

Troy at Texas State (+8) | 3pm | ESPN3

Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech (+5.5) | 3:30pm | ACC Network

Wake Forest at Clemson (-32) | 3:30pm | ABC

West Virginia at Kansas State (-14.5) | 3:30pm | ESPN

Texas at Iowa State (-6.5) | 3:30pm | FS1

The Cyclones nearly knocked off Oklahoma in Norman for the second straight time on Saturday. Iowa State stunned the Sooners in 2017, and Matt Campbell nearly led the Cyclones to an incredible comeback win last weekend. This team is a lot better than its 5-4 record, and that’s why the oddsmakers opened Iowa State as a touchdown favorite per the college football betting odds at home against Texas. The Longhorns squeaked past Kansas State in Austin, and a loss this week would likely snuff out any hope of returning to the Big 12 Championship Game.

Ohio State at Rutgers (+50.5) | 3:30pm | Big Ten Network

Central Michigan at Ball State (-2.5) | 3:30pm | CBSSN

Kentucky at Vanderbilt (+8) | 3:30pm | SEC Network

Memphis at Houston (+8.5) | 3:30pm | ESPN2

Hawaii at UNLV (+6.5) | 4pm | Facebook

Incarnate Word at New Mexico State | 4pm | Flo Sports

Syracuse at Duke (-10.5) | 4pm | ACC Network

Minnesota at Iowa (-3) | 4pm | FOX

Wyoming at Utah State (-6.5) | 4pm | ESPNU

Stanford at Washington State (-10.5) | 4:30pm | Pac 12 Network

The Cardinal experienced loads of success versus Wazzou over the course of David Shaw’s first five seasons as the head coach in Palo Alto. They went on to win every one of those games and managed a 2-2-1 record against the closing football odds.

However, since squeaking out a 30-28 win in Pullman back in 2015, it’s been the Cougars that’ve dominated the Pac-12 North rivalry. Mike Leach has led the Cougars to three straight wins and covers against Stanford after coming back to shock the Cardinal in Stanford Stadium in a 41-38 victory last year, and this year’s game will likely determine a bowl bid as both teams are 4-5.

Rice at Middle Tennessee State (-11) | 4:30pm | ESPN Plus

Louisiana at South Alabama (+26.5) | 5pm | ESPN Plus

Southern Miss at UTSA (+17) | 6pm | ESPN Plus

Cincinnati at USF (+12.5) | 7pm | CBSSN

Air Force at Colorado State (+10) | 7pm | ESPN2

LSU at Ole Miss (+21) | 7pm | ESPN

Louisville at NC State (+3.5) | 7:30pm | ACC Network

Arizona State at Oregon State (Check Back Later) | 7:30pm | FS1

Oklahoma at Baylor (+8.5) | 7:30pm | ABC

It’s safe to say that Matt Rhule was the right man for the job. Rhule took over an absolute dumpster fire of a situation in Waco, and he has turned Baylor back into a contender before anyone expected. The Bears were 1-11 in 2017, and they improved to 7-6 last year before this season’s 9-0 start. They’ll have a chance to win at least a share of the Big 12 conference title this week when they play the Oklahoma Sooners. Baylor is an underdog even though the Bears are undefeated and hosting Oklahoma, but the Bears must feel good about their chances after what we saw from the Sooners against Iowa State last week.

South Carolina at Texas A&M (-10) | 7:30pm | SEC Network

Appalachian State at Georgia State (Check Back Later) | 7:30pm | ESPNU

UCLA at Utah (-21) | 8pm | FOX

New Mexico at Boise State (-27) | 10:15pm | ESPN2

Arizona at Oregon (-26) | 10:30pm | ESPN

USC at California (+6) | 11pm | FS1

Georgia at Auburn (+2.5) | 3:30pm | CBS

The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry has plenty on the line this year. A Georgia loss would eliminate the Bulldogs from College Football Playoff contention, while an Auburn victory would have massive implications for the CFP race. Oregon and Alabama are both hoping for a Tigers’ win here, as it would help both their cases in the eyes of the Selection Committee. Georgia has won five of the last six games in this series, but Auburn emerged victorious the last time these rivals met in Jordan-Hare Stadium.

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