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College Football 2023 Preview Week 13

College Football 2023 Preview Week 13. Several rivalries are taking place this week, along with essential games to clinch conference championship spots. A game between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan will cause one of these undefeated top-five teams to lose this season.

Ranked Games for Week 13

College Football 2023 Preview Week 13

Thursday, November 23

  • 12 Ole Miss (9-2) at Mississippi State (5-6) Ole Miss (-11.5, 56.5)

Friday, November 24

  • 6 Oregon (10-1) vs. No. 15 Oregon State (8-3) Oregon (-14.5, 62)
  • 7 Texas (10-1) vs. Texas Tech (6-5) Texas (-13.5, 53.5)
  • 10 Missouri (9-2) at Arkansas (4-7) Missouri (-7.5, 55.5)
  • 11 Penn State (9-2) at Michigan State (4-7) Penn State (-20, 41.5)
  • 13 Oklahoma (9-2) vs. TCU (5-6) Oklahoma (-12.5, 63.5)
  • 18 Tulane (10-1) vs. UTSA (8-3) Tulane (-3, 52.5)
  • 20 Iowa (9-2) at Nebraska (5-6) Iowa (-1, 27.5)
  • 23 Toledo (10-1) at Central Michigan (5-6) Toledo (-10.5, 55.5)

Saturday, November 25

  • 1 Georgia (11-0) at Georgia Tech (6-5) Georgia (-23, 60.5)
  • 2 Ohio State (11-0) at No. 3 Michigan (11-0) Michigan (-4, 47.5)
  • 4 Washington (11-0) vs. Washington State (5-6) Washington (-17, 68.5)
  • 5 Florida State (11-0) at Florida (5-6) Florida State (-11.5, 51)
  • 8 Alabama (10-1) at Auburn (6-5) Alabama (-14.5, 48.5)
  • 9 Louisville (10-1) vs. Kentucky (6-5) Louisville (-7, 50.5
  • 14 LSU (8-3) vs. Texas A&M (7-4) LSU (-11, 66.5)
  • 16 Arizona (8-3) at Arizona State (3-8) Arizona (-12.5, 51)
  • 17 Notre Dame (8-3) at Stanford (3-8) Notre Dame (-24.5, 51.5)
  • 19 Kansas State (8-3) vs. Iowa State (6-5) Kansas State (-11.5, 47.5
  • 21 Oklahoma State (8-3) vs. BYU (5-6) Oklahoma State (-17.5, 56.5)
  • 22 Liberty (11-0) at UTEP (3-8) Liberty (-17, 59)
  • 24 James Madison (10-1) at Coastal (7-4) James Madison (-9.5, 50.5)
  • 25 Tennessee (7-4) vs. Vanderbilt (2-9) Tennessee (-25.5, 56.5)

Ole Miss Rebels Visit the Mississippi State Bulldogs

The Rebels will use their running game to wear down the Bulldogs, but Ole Miss is only 2-2 ATS on the road, so they’ll have to be careful. Mississippi State’s quarterback, Will Rogers, still has a chance to get his team to a bowl game. However, last week was the first game they scored over 13 points in five weeks. They beat Southern Miss 41-20.

In last week’s game against UL Monroe, the Rebels led 7-3 at halftime. In the third quarter, quarterback Jaxson Dart threw three touchdowns to eventually win the game, 35-3. They now stand behind Missouri in fourth place in the SEC and will likely play in the Citrus Bowl. With that kind of firepower, they look to win and cover in this game.

The Toledo Rockets Are Finally Ranked

The Rockets are all but unbeaten, losing a close one in the opener against Illinois 30-28. Their offense averages 230.5 passing yards and 206.9 rushing yards, led by quarterback DeQuan Finn. That should be enough to beat a formidable MAC rival in Central Michigan, but the Chippewas have not lost at home all season.

Expect Finn and the Rockets to be inspired in their drive to win and get a seat at the MAC Championship game. They probably won’t cover the spread, as this could be tight.

Tulane and UTSA are 7-0 in the ACC

The Tulane Green Wave is at the top of the AAC with a 10-1 record. They and UTSA are two of the three teams unbeaten in conference play (7-0), and each has underrated quarterbacks. UTSA’s Frank Harris hasn’t turned the ball over for the last three weeks. Tulane’s Michael Pratt had his best game since the season opener when he completed 21 of 28 passes for 252 yards and three touchdowns.

Tulane needs a win to clinch a spot in the AAC championship game, or SMU has to lose. UTSA has to win; otherwise, they’re out. If Pratt plays as well as last week, the Green Wave will win and cover.

Florida State Hits Their Biggest Hurdle

Washington moved past Florida State into the No. 4 spot after defeating then No. 11 Oregon State. The Florida State Seminoles were down 13-0 at one point against North Alabama, and quarterback Jordan Travis was injured in the first half. They were able to score the next 58 points to win with the help of backup quarterback Tate Rodemaker. But it makes you wonder how well they’ll do at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, where they haven’t won since 2017.

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