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College Football Betting Trends – Week 13

Las Vegas handicapper Bruce Marshall is editor of The Gold Sheet (Goldsheet.com). He provides the Review Journal with college football technical notes and trends. Follow @thegoldsheet on Twitter.

Friday

Florida in the state of Florida (-9½, 58): The Gators won straightaway and covered three straight games before losing to Vanderbilt last week. The Seminoles have won and covered four straight and are in an 8-2 run against the spread. Edge: Easy to Florida.

Saturday

UNR at UNLV (-121/2, 49): The Wolf Pack have won and covered their last two encounters, but lie 0-9 in a row and 1-8 against the span with back-to-back wins since the start of the season. The Rebels have lost six straight games but have been at 10-5 ATS since last season. Edge: Easy to UNLV.

Georgia Tech in Georgia (-351/2, 49): The Yellow Jackets are 5-2-1 ATS in their last eight trips to Georgia, but they haven’t won or covered in Athens since 2016. Georgia Tech is going 4-1 ATS this season. The Bulldogs have covered three of their last four at home. The Under have gone on an 11-3 run in Georgia’s last 14 games. Edge: Easily to Georgia and below.

Michigan in the state of Ohio (-7½, 56½): The Wolverines beat their rival last season for the first time since 2011 but are 3-3 ATS in the series since Jim Harbaugh took over as coach. Michigan is 6-2 ATS in its last eight away games and the unders have been on a 9-2-1 run since last season. The Buckeyes are 4-0-1 ATS in their last five at home and the over is on an 8-1 run. The last eight meetings in the series have exceeded the total. Edge: Above.

Minnesota-Wisconsin (-3, 36): The Golden Gophers won straight away last season and have won twice in a row in the battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe. Minnesota has not covered three straight Conference Road games and has been in a 9-3-1 underrun since last season. The Badgers have come back twice at home but are on a 3-5 ATS run. The last three Wisconsin games remained under the total. Edge: Under.

Auburn, Alabama (-22, 49½): The Tigers have not won an Iron Bowl with Cam Newton in Tuscaloosa since 2010. Auburn is 0-5 SU and ATS since 2012 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The Crimson Tide are 5-6 ATS, 4-2 at home. Auburn has marked three consecutive times under caretaker coach Cadillac Williams. Edge: Alabama.

Oregon (-3, 58½) in the state of Oregon: The Ducks are 8-3 ATS this season but only 3-2 ATS on the road. The Beavers have won and covered five of their last six in 2022 and nine of 11 overall. Oregon State is 6-0 ATS in reported home games and 12-0 since last season. Edge: Oregon State.

State of Iowa near Texas Christian (-10, 47½): The Cyclones are 4-2 SU and 5-1 ATS the last six meetings of the series. The total has fallen short in Iowa State’s last seven games. The Horned Frogs are undefeated at 8-2-1 ATS. Edge: Under.

Notre Dame in Southern California (-5½, 64½): The Fighting Irish have won the last four in the series and are 3-1 ATS in this stretch. Notre Dame is a 3-0 underdog and a 4-1 ATS on the road this season. The total has expired in Notre Dame’s last five games. The Trojans are 3-4-1 ATS in their last eight, and the over has netted five in a row. Edge: Notre Dame and more.

Kansas in the state of Kansas (-12, 62½): The Jayhawks have cooled off after an eight-game winning streak, only going 2-3-1 ATS in the last six. The Wildcats have won and covered three consecutive times in the series. Kansas State is 7-4 ATS in its last 11 at home. Edge: State of Kansas.

Washington (-2, 60½) in Washington state: The Cougars’ Apple Cup win away from home last year was their first in the streak since 2012. Washington State is down 16-3 ATS against their Football Bowl subdivision opponents and down 10-2 in the regular season. The Huskies’ last 15 games have gone 10-4-1 overall. Edge: Something to Washington State.

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