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2019 NCAA Football Week 14 Betting

NCAA Football Week 14 Betting Odds

While Thanksgiving is a cause for celebration, the holiday also signals the end of the college football regular season. Virtually every team that doesn’t have at least six wins will be playing its final game this weekend, but that makes Week 14 the best week for college football. The stakes are sky high as marginal teams try to become bowl eligible, and division champions are decided.

Emotions will be at a peak too as this is Rivalry Week. Ohio State travels to Michigan for the latest edition of The Game, Auburn and Alabama square off in the Iron Bowl, and Minnesota and Wisconsin meet for the right to carry Paul Bunyan’s Axe out of the Twin Cities. The Egg Bowl will keep us entertained on Thanksgiving night too as Ole Miss tries to keep Mississippi State home for bowl season.

2019 College Football Week 14 Betting Schedule

College Football Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Ohio at Akron (+27.5) | 6pm | ESPN Plus

Western Michigan at Northern Illinois (+7) | 7pm | ESPNU

College Football Thursday, November 28, 2019

Ole Miss at Mississippi State (-2.5) | 7:30pm | ESPN

College Football Friday, November 29, 2019

Texas Tech at Texas (-9) | 12pm | FOX

Sam Ehlinger stated at the conclusion of the Longhorns 28-21 Sugar Bowl upset victory over Georgia last season that Texas was back. He’s probably wishing he had a mulligan now though. Texas is 6-5 heading into its season finale, and the Longhorns look like nothing more than a middle of the pack Big 12 team. There is so little enthusiasm for their home finale against Texas Tech that tickets are $2 apiece, and Tom Herman must make some major moves with his coaching staff in the offseason. He will start next season on the hot seat regardless of what happens in this game, but a loss to 4-7 Texas Tech would make his seat even warmer.

Virginia Tech at Virginia (+2) | 12pm | ABC

Bowling Green at Buffalo (-29) | 12pm | ESPN Plus

Kent State at Eastern Michigan (-5.5) | 12pm | ESPN Plus

Miami (Ohio) at Ball State (-2.5) | 12pm | CBSSN

Toledo at Central Michigan (Check Back Later) | 12pm | ESPNU

Iowa at Nebraska (+4.5) | 2:30pm | Big Ten Network

Missouri at Arkansas (+11) | 2:30pm | CBS

Cincinnati at Memphis (-10) | 3:30pm | ABC

Boise State at Colorado State (+12) | 3:30pm | CBSSN

Washington State at Washington (-6.5) | 4pm | FOX

West Virginia at TCU (-12) | 4:15pm | ESPN

Arkansas State at South Alabama (+12) | 5pm | ESPN Plus

Appalachian State at Troy (+12.5) | 6pm | ESPN Plus

USF at UCF (-24.5) | 8pm | ESPN

The War on I-4 doesn’t have the stakes that either UCF or USF were expecting, but it’s one of the most fiercely contested rivalries in the Group of Five. The last time these teams met in Orlando, UCF won one of the most exciting games of the decade, besting USF 49-42 in a game where the two offenses combined for nearly 1,200 yards of offense. There weren’t be the same fireworks this time around given the major problems on offense for USF this season, but the Bulls will want to do anything they can to win this game.

College Football Saturday, November 30, 2019

Ohio State at Michigan (+8.5) | 12pm | FOX

Can Jim Harbaugh finally beat Ohio State? The oddsmakers don’t think so. Michigan has come on strong over the second half of the season, but the Wolverines are still over a touchdown underdog on the college football betting lines at home against the Buckeyes. Justin Fields and Ohio State had the toughest test of their season last week at home against Penn State, but that game was only close because of Buckeyes miscues. Ohio State fumbled on Penn State’s one-foot line early in the game, and two fumbles right after halftime led to 10 points for the Nittany Lions. Michigan is hoping to benefit from similar miscues as this offense will have a hard time scoring on the nation’s best defense.

Florida International at Marshall (-7.5) | 12pm | CBSSN

Texas State at Coastal Carolina (-7.5) | 12pm | ESPN Plus

Tulsa at East Carolina (+5) | 12pm | ESPNU

Louisville at Kentucky (-3) | 12pm | SEC Network

Clemson at South Carolina (+25) | 12pm | ESPN

Indiana at Purdue (+6.5) | 12pm | ESPN2

Georgia at Georgia Tech (+28.5) | 12pm | ABC

Northwestern at Illinois (-11) | 12pm | FS1

Wake Forest at Syracuse (+4.5) | 12:30pm | ACC Network

Wyoming at Air Force (-10.5) | 2pm | Facebook

Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky (-9.5) | 2pm | ESPN Plus

New Mexico State at Liberty (-13.5) | 2pm | ESPN Plus

Charlotte at Old Dominion (+8.5) | 2pm | ESPN Plus

Rice at UTEP (+6.5) | 3pm | ESPN3

UNLV at Nevada (-7.5) | 3pm | AT&T Sportsnet

UTSA at Louisiana Tech (-21) | 3:30pm | ESPN Plus

Maryland at Michigan State (-21) | 3:30pm | FS1

Baylor at Kansas (Check Back Later) | 3:30pm | ESPN

Alabama at Auburn (+3.5) | 3:30pm | CBS

This game became a lot more competitive due to Tua Tagovailoa’s injury. Mac Jones is the new quarterback in Tuscaloosa, and he isn’t nearly as intimidating as Tagovailoa. Jones received his first start against Western Carolina last week, but there is a chasm in talent between the Catamounts and the Auburn Tigers. Auburn has one of the best defensive lines in the country, and that will force Jones to make throws for Alabama to win the Iron Bowl.

Southern Miss at Florida Atlantic (Check Back Later) | 3:30pm | NFL Network

Rutgers at Penn State (-38.5) | 3:30pm | Big Ten Network

Wisconsin at Minnesota (+2) | 3:30pm | ABC

UConn at Temple (-28) | 3:30pm | CBSSN

Miami (FL) at Duke (+7) | 3:30pm | ESPN2

Boston College at Pittsburgh (-9.5) | 3:30pm | ACC Network

Tulane at SMU (-5) | 4pm | ESPNU

Utah State at New Mexico (+13) | 4pm | Facebook

Vanderbilt at Tennessee (-21) | 4pm | SEC Network

UAB at North Texas (-1.5) | 4pm | Stadium

Oregon State at Oregon (-17.5) | 4pm | Pac 12 Network

Notre Dame at Stanford (+14) | 4pm | FOX

For all intents and purposes, Stanford has owned Notre Dame on the gridiron over the last decade. During that stretch, the Cardinal have come out victorious in seven of the last 10 overall meetings. The Fighting Irish won last year though, and they should win consecutive games in this rivalry for the first time in over 10 years on Saturday. Stanford is 4-7 and will miss out on a bowl for the first time since 2008.

Georgia State at Georgia Southern (-7.5) | 6pm | ESPN Plus

North Carolina at NC State (+8) | 7pm | ACC Network

Texas A&M at LSU (-17) | 7pm | ESPN

Iowa State at Kansas State (+3) | 7pm | FS1

Navy at Houston (+7.5) | 7pm | ESPN2

Florida State at Florida (-17) | 7:30pm | SEC Network

Colorado at Utah (-28) | 7:30pm | ABC

Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette (-21) | 7:30pm | ESPN Plus

Oklahoma at Oklahoma State (+12) | 8pm | FOX

BYU at San Diego State (+2.5) | 9pm | CBSSN

Arizona at Arizona State (-13) | 10pm | ESPN

Fresno State at San Jose State (+2.5) | 10:30pm | ESPN2

California at UCLA (-2.5) | 10:30pm | FS1

Army at Hawaii (-3.5) | 11:59pm | CBSSN

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