College Football Week 13 Potential Upsets

Ranked 20th, Missouri puts their perfect 4-0 road record on the line when they take on the Tennessee Volunteers as 3.5-point road underdogs in college football betting at Sportsbook this weekend.

Missouri rides a four-game win streak against SEC rivals into Saturday’s Tigers vs. Volunteers matchup at Neyland Stadium, including outright wins as road underdogs over the Florida Gators in Week 8 and Texas A&M last week - which returned them to the AP Top 25 for the first time since Week 4.

Mizzou has continued to play strong defense, surrendering just 16 points per game, moving them to 5-1 in conference play and into top spot in the SEC East standings. With wins against the Vols this week and Arkansas in Week 14, Mizzou can punch their ticket to the SEC Championship Game, silencing the public and oddsmakers who have pegged them as dogs in four of their last six outings.

The Vols have rebounded with a pair of SU wins and three ATS victories since Sportsbook their season with a 3-5 record. Tennessee has played outstanding offense during their current win streak, amassing a combined 1156 total yards in wins over Kentucky and South Carolina, but also allowing 625 yards in their slim 45-42 victory over the Gamecocks. They are unlikely to enjoy the same offensive success against the stingy Tigers defense.

Matchup Reports: Missouri vs. Tennessee | Kansas State vs. West Virginia

Following a disappointing loss to No. 6 TCU, No. 12 Kansas State returns from a bye weekend to take on West Virginia as two-point underdogs in Week 13 college football betting at Sportsbook.

The loss to TCU ended K-State’s College Football Playoff hopes, but at 5-1 in conference play the Wildcats remain in the hunt for top spot in the Big 12 standings. However, they will likely have to win out to have any chance of catching the first-place Horned Frogs.

The Wildcats face a Mountaineers squad that has struggled in a pair of losses to TCU and Texas after being one of the feel-good stories of 2014, winning six of their first eight.

While supporters will point to their thrilling 41-27 win over No. 4 Baylor, the Mountaineers have struggled at times against ranked squads this year, 1-3 SU in four matchups, but covered against TCU and in a 33-23 loss to Alabama.

With bowl eligibility locked up and top spot in the Big 12 out of reach, the Mountaineers simply do not have as much to play for this week as K-State does.