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College Football Week 13 Betting Recap

The Florida State Seminoles pulled out yet another SU victory in Week 13, squeaking out a 20-17 win over the Boston College Eagles to remain perfect at 11-0 on the season. The Seminoles, however, once again failed to pay off for their supporters with an ATS defeat.

Florida State had been listed as a 17-point favorite against Boston College, but came nowhere close to covering that spread while falling to 3-8 ATS on the season. The Seminoles needed a field goal in the final minute against the Eagles to avoid overtime in Saturday's win.

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Week 13 saw plenty of ranked teams sitting as huge favorites on the betting lines, with varied results. Oregon covered 32.5 points in a 44-10 win over Colorado and Mississippi State covered 30.5 points in a 51-0 win over Vanderbilt, but Ohio State (-35), Clemson (-40.5), Alabama (-50.5), Auburn (-38), and Baylor (-28.5) all failed to cover big spreads in their SU victories on Saturday.

Georgia topped Charleston Southern 55-9 to pay off as a 43-point favorite, and Michigan State -22 paid off in their 45-3 victory over Rutgers. The UCLA Bruins also won both SU and ATS in Week 13, topping the rival USC Trojans 38-20 as a 4.5-point favorite, while Arizona State beat Washington State 52-31 and managed to cover a 15-point spread.

Nebraska was a 10.5-point favorite against Minnesota but lost SU by a 28-24 score, while West Virginia fell 26-20 to Kansas State as a 2.5-point favorite, Notre Dame was beaten 31-28 by Louisville as a 3-point favorite, and Ole Miss was crushed 30-0 by Arkansas in a game in which they were pegged as 3.5-point favorites at the sportsbooks. Utah lost 42-10 to Arizona despite being a 4.5-point favorite on the day.

Here are all the SU and ATS results for the ranked teams on the Week 13 schedule . . .

No. 12 Kansas State 26, West Virginia 20 (West Virginia -2.5)
No. 6 Ohio State 42, Indiana 27 (Ohio State -35)
No. 10 Georgia 55, Charleston Southern 9 (Georgia -43)
No. 11 Michigan State 45, Rutgers 3 (Michigan State -22)
No. 25 Minnesota 28, No. 23 Nebraska 24 (Nebraska -10.5)
No. 13 Arizona State 52, Washington State 31 (Arizona State -15)
No. 21 Oklahoma 44, Kansas 7 (Oklahoma -25)
No. 3 Florida State 20, Boston College 17 (Florida State -17)
Arkansas 30, No. 8 Ole Miss 0 (Ole Miss -3.5)
No. 15 Arizona 42, No. 17 Utah 10 (Utah -4.5)
No. 16 Wisconsin 26, Iowa 24 (Wisconsin -10)
No. 22 Clemson 28, Georgia State 0 (Clemson -40.5)
No. 24 Louisville 31, Notre Dame 28 (Notre Dame -3)
No. 1 Alabama 48, Western Carolina 14 (Alabama -50.5)
No. 2 Oregon 44, Colorado 10 (Oregon -32.5)
No. 14 Auburn 31, Samford 7 (Auburn -38)
No. 4 Mississippi State 51, Vanderbilt 0 (Mississippi State -30.5)
No. 7 Baylor 49, Oklahoma State 28 (Baylor -28.5)
No. 20 Missouri 29, Tennessee 21 (Tennessee -3.5)
No. 9 UCLA 38, No. 19 USC 20 (UCLA -4.5)

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