Best College Football Parlays To Bet For Week 13
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There’s no better time for college football betting, with conference races coming to a close and a serious slate of rivalry games on deck for Week 13.
No. 3 Michigan plays at No. 2 Ohio State Saturday, with both rivals unbeaten and vying for a spot in the Big Ten title game to face either Iowa, Purdue or Illinois. This is the one we’ve been waiting for all year in the East division.
We also have Oregon looking to secure a spot in the Pac 12 title game, with the No. 10 Ducks hosting No. 22 Oregon State in the in-state rivalry matchup.
We’ve included both of those games and several Friday matchups for our Week 13 college football parlay picks on betting sites as the regular season reaches the finish line.
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Best College Football Parlays To Back Today For Week 13
Leg 1: Arizona -4 over Arizona State
Arizona was one of if not the worst teams to bet over the past decade, compiling a truly abysmal record against the spread. Now the Wildcats are showing signs of life in Year 2 of the Jedd Fisch era, including going 6-5 ATS so far. We like them to cover again in this one, kicking off our all-Friday parlay for your post-Thanksgiving viewing pleasure. It’s been a completely lost year for the Sun Devils, while the Wildcats are on the upswing and would have a chance to sneak into a bowl game for the first time since 2017 with a win. We like Arizona’s chances.
Leg 2: Missouri +3 over Arkansas
We weren’t surprised to see the Razorbacks knock off the Rebels last week. We knew they’d have success on the ground and Arkansas finished with 335 rushing yards on 43 attempts. They also gave up an astonishing 463 rushing yards on defense, and Missouri is built to stand tall against teams like Arkansas. The Tigers should be able to do enough on offense to get it done on senior day.
Leg 3: Iowa -10.5 over Nebraska
It’s fair to wonder if Nebraska will score even a single point in this game, let alone cover. The Huskers have been held under 172 yards of total offense in back-to-back games, and they’ve only surpassed the 385-yard mark one time in the last eight games. It’ll be like beating their heads against a brick wall with this Hawkeyes defense on the other side. Iowa’s offense was a national punchline all season, but things have picked up. Nebraska really struggles against the run and Iowa should do enough to cover in a game that won’t make any Instant Classic lists.
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Leg 1: Ohio State -7.5 over Michigan
The Wolverines made a huge statement in this game last year, pushing the Buckeyes around to the tune of 297 rushing yards in a 42-27 win – Michigan’s first in the rivalry since 2011. That was one of four times the Buckeyes gave up 200-plus yards on the ground last season, something they’ve only done once this year when Northwestern ran it 59 times. That drastically changes the dynamic in this matchup, and we expect the Buckeyes to get revenge with some style points added on Saturday in Columbus. Ohio State to cover on betting apps kicks off our second three-leg parlay featuring rivalry games.
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Leg 2: Oregon -3 over Oregon State
Few thought the Ducks would get it done last week after word leaked that Oregon quarterback Bo Nix was beat up. The senior Auburn transfer fought thru it and the Ducks came through with an impressive, gritty win. That showed the type of character you need in rivalry games like this, with the Ducks needing a win to secure a spot in the Pac 12 title game. We like their chances.
Leg 3: Notre Dame +5.5 over USC
The Trojans were living dangerously Saturday night before escaping UCLA with a 48-45 win. This week presents an entirely different test with Notre Dame coming to town looking to ruin the Trojans’ CFP hopes. The Irish have already faced two top-10 offenses and performed well, holding Ohio State to just 395 yards of total offense and later holding North Carolina to 367 yards. USC thrives on balance and that’s gonna be tough to achieve Saturday. This one has upset potential and we’ll gladly take the points.