College Football Week 14 Odds

The first weekend of December is here and was the college football season begins to wrap up, the college football Week 14 odds at are mighty interesting, as teams scramble to add games and teams return from long layoffs.

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Longtime sports broadcaster and gambling expert Michael Jenkins is here to run through the notable college football Week 14 odds, including a classic rivalry between winless teams and two very important Big 12 showdowns.

College Football Week 14 Odds:

#5 Texas A&M (6-1) at Auburn (5-3). 12:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Texas A&M -265, Auburn +210
Spread: Texas A&M -7
Over/Under: 63.5 points

Texas A&M remains on the outside looking in when it comes to making the college football playoff after beating LSU 20-7 last Saturday in College Station, but they can’t afford a letdown in Auburn. The Tigers were underwhelming in their 42-13 loss to Alabama in the “Iron Bowl,” and Bo Nix continues to be mired in a sophomore slump.

Auburn is 3-1 ATS this season at home, but the road team is 7-1 against the number in the last eight meetings.

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Penn State (1-5) at Rutgers (2-4). 12:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Penn State -435, Rutgers +325
Spread: Penn State -11.5
Over/Under: 54 points

Am I really typing that Penn State is looking for back-to-back wins for the first time this season? Yes. Yes I am. The Nittany Lions finally got into the win column after a 27-17 victory against an equally disappointing Michigan team.

The Scarlet Knight surprised Purdue 37-30 last week, ending a four-game losing streak. Both defenses give up more than 32 points per games, but the Under is 6-0 in the last six games in this series.

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#3 Ohio State (4-0) at Michigan State (2-3). 12:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Ohio State -2500, Michigan State +1050
Spread: Ohio State -24
Over/Under: 59.5 points

The last time we saw Ohio State, the Buckeyes were getting a scare from upstart Indiana in Columbus. Ohio State was outscored 28-14 in the second half but managed to escape with a 42-35. Quarterback Justin Fields is one of the best in the country and will face a Michigan State defense that gives up 31 points per game.

The Spartans are as inconsistent as it comes, losing to Rutgers early in the season but pulling off a 29-20 victory against Northwestern last Saturday. The Buckeyes are 6-2 ATS in their last eight games in East Lansing.

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#24 Iowa (4-2) at Illinois (2-3). 3:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Iowa -590, Illinois +420
Spread: Iowa -13.5
Over/Under: 51 points

Iowa didn’t cover the spread last week in a mediocre 26-20 against Nebraska, but the Hawkeyes will look for the fifth consecutive victory in their series against the Illini. Iowa quarterback Spencer Petras has been maddeningly inconsistent this season, so they would rather rely on running back Tyler Goodson.

The Illini have won two straight games, including their own victory against the Huskers, when they beat Nebraska 41-23 despite being 17-point underdogs. The road team has covered the number in five out of the last six meetings.

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#6 Florida (7-1) at Tennessee (2-5). 3:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Florida -770, Tennessee +525
Spread: Tennessee +17.5
Over/Under: 61.5 points

Will the hook be the crook? Florida and Kyle Trask have been dominant this season—save that loss to Texas A&M. Still the Gators quarterback has lit up opposing defenses for 34 touchdowns and only three interceptions this season and led the team to an easy 34-10 home victory against Kentucky last Saturday.

Tennessee has been a disappointment and has lost five straight, its latest setback a 30-17 defeat at the hands of Auburn. If you’re expecting a lot of points in this one, you may be right. The Over is 7-3 in the last ten games in this matchup.

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Baylor (2-5) at #13 Oklahoma (6-2). 8:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Oklahoma -1667, Baylor +850
Spread: Oklahoma -22.5
Over/Under: 62.5 points

It seems like ages ago when the Sooners were sitting at the bottom of the conference and there were questions swirling around head coach Lincoln Riley. But order has been restored in Norman, with Oklahoma about to punch its ticket to another appearance in the Big 12 Championship game.

The Sooners average 45 points for game, which is sixth in the country, but the Under is 5-1 in Baylor’s last six road games. The Total may come down to when the Sooners decide to pull their starters.

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