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It’s a bittersweet time of the year for college football fans. The most intense rivalries in the game are slated for Week 13 of the schedule, but it’s also the final week of the regular season. From the Iron Bowl to the Civil War and from the Territorial Cup to the Holy War, the final weekend is filled with emotion and instant classics in the making. A good rivalry means one thing: the games are unpredictable. Throw out the records when the teams get together because anything can happen. A bunch of teams will go bowling in a month or so, several others will be back on the field for their conference championship games next week, and for all the others, except Army and Navy, this is the end of the line.

The Holiday week starts early and offers a full plate of football with all the trimmings. The MAC gets things going on Tuesday with a pair of tilts featuring Ball State at Miami (OH) and Northern Illinois at Western Michigan. The Friday after Thanksgiving is always a big draw for college football fans and this year is no different. Virginia and Virginia Tech battle for the Commonwealth Cup, UCF and South Florida continue the War on I-4 and the Oregon schools battle it out in the Civil War. Those are just three of the 15 games slated for Friday to get fans ready for another intense day on Saturday.

2018 NCAA Football Week 13 Betting Schedule

November 20th, 2018 to November 26th, 2018

Tuesday, November 20

Ball State at Miami (OH), 7 p.m. ET

Northern Illinois at Western Michigan, 7 p.m. ET

Thursday, November 22

Colorado State at Air Force, 3:30 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Mississippi State at Ole Miss, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Preview: Week 13 includes a Southeastern Conference Thanksgiving night rivalry showdown of two teams that have had disappointing seasons in different ways. The Ole Miss Rebels surprised many observers early in the year as they were carried by one of the most prolific offenses in the land. But the other side of the line has been rendered utterly helpless. The Mississippi State Bulldogs were a trendy dark horse pick in the SEC West Division but stubbed their toe after a hot start. The Bulldogs offense was supposed to be a strength but has instead it has turned into a liability. More

Friday, November 23

Virginia at Virginia Tech, TBD

UCF at South Florida, TBD

East Carolina at Cincinnati, TBD

Houston at Memphis, TBD

Akron at Ohio, TBD

Buffalo at Bowling Green, TBD

Central Michigan at Toledo, TBD

Eastern Michigan at Kent State, TBD

Coastal Carolina at South Alabama, TBD

Nebraska at Iowa, 12 p.m. ET (FOX)

Texas at Kansas, 12 p.m. ET (FS1)

Arkansas at Missouri, 2:30 p.m. ET (CBS)

Oregon at Oregon State, 4 p.m. ET (FS1)

Oklahoma at West Virginia, 8 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Preview: Week 13 includes an important Big 12 matchup of that has lost a little bit of its luster after a stunning turn of events last week. The then conference co-leading West Virginia Mountaineers led the Oklahoma State Cowboys 31-14 at the half only to let the Pokes off the hook in a gut wrenching 45-41 loss that made for an extra long trip home from Stillwater. Meanwhile the Oklahoma Sooners won a 55-40 shootout over the Kansas Jayhawks as 35-point home overlays. Friday night the Mounties host the Sooners in a game with plenty of firepower. More

Washington at Washington State, 8:30 p.m. ET (FOX)

Preview: This year’s Apple Cup means more for the Washington State Cougars than it has in a long time. Washington State is ranked in the top ten in the College Football Playoff rankings, and the Cougars have a shot to be one of the four teams playing for a national championship next month. That would make this year the most successful in school history. To do that, they need to get past their in-state rival, the Washington Huskies. It’s been a disappointing year for Washington, but the Huskies can win the Pac 12 North for the second time in school history with a win this week. That would pit them against a depleted Utah team in the Pac 12 Championship Game and give them a great shot at the Rose Bowl. More

Saturday, November 24

Arizona State at Arizona, TBD

Notre Dame at USC, TBD

Preview: The Notre Dame Fighting Irish is one victory away from an undefeated season, and most likely, a berth in the College Football playoff. The program has been up and down in recent years but has put it all together in 2018 to have a chance at the national title. Notre Dame has one more hurdle to clear and that will be a victory on the road against the USC Trojans. This rivalry has often had huge implications in the past and there won’t be any difference this year. USC has struggled badly of late but does get this one at home, which will give it a puncher’s chance to pull the upset. More

Stanford at UCLA, TBD

BYU at Utah, TBD

Colorado at California, TBD

Illinois at Northwestern, TBD

Rutgers at Michigan State, TBD

Purdue at Indiana, TBD

South Carolina at Clemson, TBD

LSU at Texas A&M, TBD

Tennessee at Vanderbilt, TBD

Auburn at Alabama, TBD

Preview: Week 13 is of course also known as “Rivalry Weekend” and there is no matchup that has more passionate hatred than the famed “Iron Bowl” between the Auburn Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide. While this has been a disappointing season for Auburn a win over the Crimson Tide would take away the bad taste. For Alabama they seek not only revenge for an upset loss at Auburn last year, but also a perfect mark en route to a shot for the national championship. More

Florida at Florida State, TBD

Georgia Tech at Georgia, TBD

Kentucky at Louisville, TBD

Oklahoma State at TCU, TBD

Charlotte at Florida Atlantic, TBD

Maryland at Penn State, TBD

Texas Tech at Baylor, TBD

Kansas State at Iowa State, TBD

Syracuse at Boston College, TBD

Preview: Both the Boston College Eagles and the Syracuse Orange are looking to end their regular seasons on the right foot after suffering disappointing losses last week. Even though Boston College was banged up last week, the Eagles missed out on a golden chance to move to 8-3 on the season against a slumping Florida State team. The Eagles had a chance to ice the game late by going for it on 4th and 1 from FSU’s 40 with under three minutes left, but Boston College instead elected to punt and less than a minute later the Seminoles made them pay with a 74-yard touchdown pass from Deondre Francois to Tamorrion Terry. More

Wake Forest at Duke, TBD

Pittsburgh at Miami, TBD

NC State at North Carolina, TBD

Minnesota at Wisconsin, TBD

Georgia Southern at Georgia State, TBD

Louisiana at UL Monroe, TBD

San Jose State at Fresno State, TBD

Troy at Appalachian State, TBD

Arkansas State at Texas State, TBD

Temple at UConn, TBD

Navy at Tulane, TBD

SMU at Tulsa, TBD

Utah State at Boise State, TBD

Wyoming at New Mexico, TBD

Hawai'i at San Diego State, TBD

Michigan at Ohio State, 12 p.m. ET (FOX)

Preview: Week 13 is highlighted by the greatest rivalry in all of college football, and arguably sports itself. The Michigan Wolverines have finally taken the form that was envisioned by head coach Jim Harbaugh when he took over in 2015. The Maize and Blue feature a rock-ribbed defense and a much-improved offense with a quarterback in Shea Patterson that has multiple threat capability. The Ohio State Buckeyes have an explosive offense led by sophomore sensation quarterback Dwayne Haskins. But their defense has been rendered helpless and has Buckeye Nation fearful that the “School Up North” will finally prevail at the Horseshoe. More

Marshall at Florida International, 12 p.m. ET

Western Kentucky at Louisiana Tech, 12 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Old Dominion at Rice, 1 p.m. ET

New Mexico State at Liberty, 2 p.m. ET

Southern Mississippi at UTEP, 3 p.m. ET

UAB at Middle Tennessee, 3 p.m. ET

North Texas at UT San Antonio, 7 p.m. ET

Nevada at UNLV, 9:30 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Week 13 College Football Games of the Week

BYU at Utah, Saturday, November 24

There are only two Division I football teams in Utah, at least that’s what fans from BYU and Utah will tell you. And when they get together sparks fly. You know there’s something to this matchup just by the name of the rivalry. Coined the Holy War, the games are part of a much bigger rivalry between the schools. BYU is owned and operated by the LDS Church while Utah is a public university run by the state. Religion has been the cause of nearly every conflict, and this is no different.

The rivalry was intense when both schools were part of the same conference from 1922 to 2010 with the Holy War game often deciding the league title. For the 2011 season Utah moved to the Pac-12 and BYU went independent. Scheduling difficulties forced a break in the series in 2014 and 2015, the first time the teams didn’t play in nearly 70 years. However, the scheduled hiatus was interrupted when the teams met in the 2015 Las Vegas Bowl, Utah’s fifth victory in their current seven-game winning streak.

Auburn at Alabama, Saturday, November 24

In a state without a major professional sports team, college football is king. And the Auburn-Alabama rivalry is a religion. And not just because the teams play in the same state, but also because there is always something at stake when these two get together. Annually two of the top teams in college football, Auburn and Alabama have combined for 33 SEC titles with one of the two playing in the final five BCS National Championship Games with Bama making four trips to the College Football Playoff.

There is no policy that says a team must win its division or play in a conference championship to be eligible for the CFP. Bama did neither last year but still got invited and won its fifth title in nine seasons. The Tide’s only loss was to Auburn, who won the SEC West because of that win. The Tigers knocked off two No. 1s in a three-game span, but lost the SEC title in a rematch with Georgia and was denied a berth in the CFP. You know that has to irk them.

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