The Boston College Eagles will aim to end third-ranked Florida State’s 26-game winning streak when they travel to Tallahassee to face the Seminoles as 19-point underdogs on the Week 13 college football betting lines this weekend.
The 6-4 Eagles are undefeated in four road contests this season, going 4-0 straight up and 3-1 against the spread. The squad has posted SU wins as the underdog in two of its last three road dates, topping ACC rivals North Carolina State and Virginia Tech to improve to 3-3 in conference play and also clinch bowl eligibility.
The Seminoles hit the gridiron against Boston College following a comeback win over the rival Miami Hurricanes last weekend, overcoming a 13-point halftime deficit to record a 30-26 win over the Hurricanes and covering as slender two-point road favorites at the sportsbooks.
The victory moved FSU to 10-0 overall on the season, and 7-0 in conference action, clinching the top spot in the ACC Atlantic Division. But despite their unblemished record, the ‘Noles slipped one position in the all-important College Football Playoff Rankings, falling behind both No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Oregon with just two weeks remaining in the season.
The 9-1 Ducks will look to solidify their strong CFP ranking when they take on Colorado as heavy 32.5-point favorites at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Oregon has been dominant during its current five-game winning streak, averaging 48.4 points per game while winning by an average margin of over 21 points.
After opening the season with odds of 8-1 to win this season’s national championship, Oregon takes the field in Saturday’s Buffaloes vs. Ducks betting matchup at Autzen Stadium sporting odds of 4-1 in college football futures betting. The 2-8 Buffaloes were SU losers in their last six games but have rewarded bettors with two ATS wins in their last three games, covering as double-digit underdogs.
In other Week 13 college football betting action for Saturday, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will look to regroup after a shocking fourth-quarter collapse in last week’s 43-40 loss to Northwestern when they take on the Louisville Cardinals as 3.5-point favorites.
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