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Best College Football Parlay Picks for Week 13: 4-Leg Parlay Picks (+896)

Leg-1 Parlay Pick: Oregon -13.5 (-110)

Leg-2 Parlay Pick: Florida State to win (-110)

Leg-3 Parlay Pick: Auburn +14 (-105)

Leg-4 Parlay Pick: South Carolina +7.5 (-110)

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College Football Schedule Week 13 – Game info - Oregon State at Oregon

College Football Season 2023
Oregon State (8-3) vs. Oregon (10-1)
Date: Friday, Nov. 24
Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
Venue: Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: FuboTV

Oregon State vs. Oregon Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Football Odds Week 13

Moneyline: Oregon State +375, Oregon -500
Spread: Oregon State +13.5 (-110), Oregon -13.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 62.5

Oregon State vs. Oregon Preview

This will be the last Civil War rivalry game for a while, since Oregon’s entry into the Big Ten next year will bring an end to the annual nature of this classic feud.

The No. 6 Ducks (10-1) will host the 16th-ranked Oregon State Beavers (8-3) as they look to keep their shot at the College Football Playoff very much alive. Although Oregon might need others teams’ results to fall in their favor, ruling the Ducks out of final-four contention would be entirely premature. Were it not for one devastating loss -- by a field goal against Washington – Oregon would surely be a top-four team right now.

Given their one loss, the margin of error is extremely slim for the Ducks going forward. I would argue that they deserve a spot in the College Football Playoff, but there are five other teams with similar claims, and if they all win again this weekend, it will no doubt create tremendous headaches for those involved with the playoff selection process.

At this point, all the Ducks need to do is control what they can control. They are 13.5-point favorites coming into this game against their in-state rival, and just one week removed from routing a struggling Arizona State team 49-13.

Oregon quarterback Bo Nix threw for 404 yards and six touchdowns, completing 24 of his 29 passing attempts against the Sun Devils. The Ducks victimized ASU for 603 yards of offense. They were making a point in that game, and they’ll be looking to do the same here at home against Oregon State.

Statistically, the Ducks and Beavers have similar defensive rankings. Both teams allow an average of between 230 and 235 passing yards per game, and both rank inside the nation’s top 20 when it comes to fewest rushing yards allowed. Good run defense is a strength for both, but talented passing offenses will be featured in this weekend's game.

Oregon State QB D.J. Uiagalelei has to be disappointed with his performance in last weekend’s 22-20 home loss to Washington. He struggled against the Huskies in a game that Oregon State could have won. The Beavers quarterback completed 15 of 31 passes for only 157 yards and was intercepted twice. He surely knows a similar effort won't be enough on the road at Autzen Stadium.

Oregon State vs. Oregon Predictions and Pick

I'm unsure if Oregon State’s passing game can compete with Oregon on the road. While the Beavers excel at running the football, they will be facing a challenge against Oregon's top-10 rush defense.

It will be particularly crucial for Beavers running back Damien Martinez to hit his stride in this matchup. He has gone over 100 rushing yards in his last three games, finding the end zone six times in that span. If Oregon slows him down, the visiting team might be in trouble.

I believe the Ducks will cover here despite facing a tough opponent. Their passing game has been practically unmatched this season -- ranking second in the nation for point production. They average nearly 47 points a game at home, and I just don’t see how Oregon State will be able to keep up with them.

If I can get the spread in favor of Oregon at under two touchdowns, I’m jumping on it, so the 13.5 feels great to me.

The Pick: Oregon -13.5 (-110)

College Football Schedule Week 13 – Game info - Florida State at Florida

College Football Season 2023
Florida State (11-0) vs. Florida (5-6)
Date: Saturday, Nov. 25
Time: 7 p.m. ET
Venue: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla.
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream: FuboTV

Florida State vs. Florida Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Football Odds Week 13

Moneyline: Florida State -250, Florida +200
Spread: Florida State -6.5 (-110), Florida +6.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 49.5

Florida State vs. Florida Preview

This is one of Saturday’s more interesting games, since both teams dealt with adversity last weekend. In routing North Alabama 58-13, No. 5 Florida State remained unbeaten at 11-0 but lost starting quarterback Jordan Travis to a nasty leg injury – video of which nobody will want to see a second time.

It was a devastating way for Travis’ great senior season to end, and he will now begin a long road to recovery as he contemplates his next move.

In Travis’ absence, backup QB Tate Rodemaker will take over as the signal-caller for the ‘Noles. Rodemaker threw for 217 yards and two touchdowns after coming off the bench to replace Travis in last Saturday's win over North Alabama.

Rodemaker is no rookie in the Florida State system, as he is currently in his fourth season with the program. The question is how much of a drop-off in production will result for the nation’s eighth-ranked offense when it comes to scoring this season. With Travis as their starter, the Seminoles had been averaging more than 38 points per game.

FSU has everything to play for when it visits The Swamp this weekend. Yes, they have lost their No. 1 quarterback, but the Seminoles are still 11-0 and have every reason to believe they can make it to the College Football Playoff. Head coach Mike Norvell has done a superb job with this team, and his players are confident that they can still win in the face of adversity.

Florida, on the other hand, has had a disappointing 5-6 season, but there is no quit in this Gators team. This is a group of fighters who are also going into an in-state showdown without their starting QB. Florida’s Graham Mertz fractured his collarbone in last Saturday’s 33-31 loss at Missouri, and he will likely miss the remainder of the season. It’s a disappointing end for the former Wisconsin Badger, who came over to Gainesville and managed to play great football in his first year under head coach Billy Napier.

Taking Mertz’s place is redshirt freshman Max Brown, who has thrown just 10 career passes heading into this matchup with Florida State. Brown was a three-star recruit out of Tulsa, Okla., and the Gators are excited about his potential.

Given their quarterback situations, I expect both teams to lean into the run a little more than they have so far this season. Florida and Florida State rank 100th and 103rd in the nation for rushing attempts per game, but both teams have difference-makers in the backfield.

For FSU, that running back is junior Trey Benson, who has 11 rushing touchdowns in 2023. For Florida, it’s Trevor Etienne, who works in tandem with Montrell Johnson. Both Gators RBs have rushed for more than 700 yards this season, and Etienne is always a threat to break off a big run – something he did against both LSU and Missouri.

Florida State vs. Florida Predictions and Pick

Florida head coach Billy Napier has faced some criticism from his school’s fan base this season, but the reality is that he is building a program with a ton of heart and plenty of fight. This team never quit on the road at Missouri. The same was true in an overtime loss to Arkansas that came two weeks after the Gators won a close game at South Carolina, which is not easy to do.

Despite all that, the Gators will be facing a juggernaut this weekend – a hungry team that sees Florida as its final roadblock in its bid for the College Football Playoff. The Seminoles know that winning this game will mean they have done all they can in pursuit of that goal at 12-0, but a loss would undoubtedly knock them out of the playoff picture.

This game should feature an electrifying atmosphere that will make excellent viewing for neutral college football fans. Florida has a shot at an upset, but this is a year too early in Napier’s tenure for me to see that happening. Next year I’ll give them a shot in this situation, but this year I think FSU wins.

The Pick: Florida State to win (-250)

College Football Schedule Week 13 – Game info - Alabama at Auburn

College Football Season 2023
Alabama (10-1) vs. Auburn (6-5)
Date: Saturday, Nov. 25
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Venue: Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala.
TV Channel: ESPN
Live Stream: FuboTV

Alabama vs. Auburn Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Football Odds Week 13

Moneyline: Alabama -700, Auburn +475
Spread: Alabama -14 (-110), Auburn +14 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 48.5

Alabama vs. Auburn Preview

Auburn must have overlooked New Mexico State last week in preparation for this weekend’s game against Alabama, because there is no other explanation for the Tigers’ horrific 31-10 loss.

The Tigers came into their game against the Aggies as 25-point favorites, and while NMSU is a good team this year, having entered that game at 8-3, there is no way it should have steamrolled Auburn in the Tigers’ own stadium.

So, if the excuse is that Auburn was looking ahead to the Alabama game, then the Tigers had better perform this weekend against the Tide.

Alabama fans won’t be all that confident prior to this matchup at Jordan-Hare Stadium, because Auburn has won two of its last three games against the Tide there. The Tigers might have won the third game if former Alabama QB Bryce Young hadn’t come up with some late heroics two years ago.

Prior to his team’s meltdown last weekend, Tigers quarterback Payton Thorne had managed a good run of touchdown passes -- throwing three against both Mississippi State and Arkansas and two more against Vanderbilt.

Thorne might have had success against those other SEC teams, but Alabama boasts a top-30 pass defense, and the Tide will pressure Auburn’s QB early and often, which could be disastrous for the home team.

Defense isn’t the only problem Alabama poses. Crimson Tide quarterback Jalen Milroe has been playing extremely well in recent weeks, torching LSU on the ground with 164 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns before throwing three touchdown passes in back-to-back games against Kentucky and Chattanooga.

More important, perhaps, is that Milroe has been taking much better care of the football. Turnovers were an issue for him earlier in the season, but he has only thrown one pick in the last three games along with zero fumbles. Head coach Nick Saban’s decision to show his support for Milroe by sticking with him at QB has paid off, and this Alabama team is now eager to make a bold statement on the road with the College Football Playoff looming.

Alabama vs. Auburn Predictions and Pick

Look out for potentially big days from both Tide QB Jalen Milroe and ‘Bama running back Jase McClellan on the ground. Auburn ranks 82nd against the run, and when Alabama had the chance to go up against LSU’s poor run defense, the Tide destroyed those Tigers on the ground by rushing for 288 yards.

Both the Auburn and Alabama defenses can force a turnover or at least get off the field quickly, because Auburn's pass defense ranks right behind Alabama’s this season. The Tigers managed to keep it close in their 27-20 home loss to Georgia on Sept. 30, and I think that despite the potential for a strong rushing day from the Tide, Auburn will cover at home.

The Pick: Auburn +14 (-110)

College Football Schedule Week 13 – Game info - Clemson at South Carolina

College Football Season 2023
Clemson (7-4) vs. South Carolina (5-6)
Date: Saturday, Nov. 25
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Venue: Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, S.C.
TV Channel: SEC Network
Live Stream: FuboTV

Clemson vs. South Carolina Odds, Spread, Over/Under, Moneyline - College Football Odds Week 13

Moneyline: Clemson -330, South Carolina +260
Spread: Clemson -7.5 (-110), South Carolina +7.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 51.5

Clemson vs. South Carolina Preview

This will be a tough game for Clemson on the road. The South Carolina Gamecocks are going to come into this one hungry, and the home field advantage is a very real factor in this in-state rivalry.

Williams-Brice Stadium is not an easy place for road teams to succeed, and it’s going to be loud with the Tigers coming to town. South Caroline won last year’s edition of this game at Clemson despite being a double-digit underdog, and this season things just might work out in the Gamecocks’ favor again.

South Carolina senior quarterback Spencer Rattler has had a turbulent college football career, to say the least, but one thing you can’t question is his compete level at home. The Gamecocks are 5-1 in home games this season, and their only loss was a chaotic 41-39 game against Florida on Oct. 14. 

Rattler has struggled on the road, but he has thrown 19 touchdowns against just three interceptions at Williams-Brice. The same is true for Clemson quarterback Cade Klubnik, who has been great when playing at home but has struggled to put together any consistency when playing outside of Memorial Stadium.

The Gamecocks need to win this one for a chance to be bowl eligible, since they currently stand at 5-6. They will be throwing everything at this game, which is also a must-win situation for head coach Dabo Swinney and the Tigers. If Clemson loses, the rumblings about Swinney’s job security will grow louder. Knowing that fact will surely give the Gamecocks’ fans even more incentive to make plenty of noise on Saturday night.

Clemson vs. South Carolina Predictions and Pick

South Carolina ranks 119th in the nation when it comes to defending against the pass, as the Gamecocks allow an average of 260 passing yards per game. Clemson QB Cade Klubnik has had his struggles on the road, but he should be able to reach 250 yards with a couple of touchdown passes in this game.

Nevertheless, the home-field version of Gamecocks quarterback Spencer Rattler is a different beast, and he’ll want this to be a memorable game as his college career draws to a close. I think South Carolina will make this an extremely close game that could easily come down to the final possession. The Gamecocks will therefore manage to cover the spread in the process.

An upset is not out of the question here. As was already mentioned, South Carolina won this game last year at Clemson. This year the Gamecocks are at home with better odds of upsetting the Tigers. The spread is over a touchdown, which makes me even more comfortable picking the Gamecocks to cover.

The Pick: South Carolina +7.5 (-110)

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