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Jalen Hurts tries to break a tackle at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Nov. 26, 2016 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

The 2017 college football regular season comes to an end with Week 13. Rivalry Week features a few games that could shake up the College Football Playoff picture, and the betting odds indicate that a few teams ranked in the top 10 could have a tough time escaping without a loss.

Unlike most weeks, No.1 Alabama isn’t expected to cruise to a victory. The betting line is fewer than five points for the Crimson Tide’s visit to Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Each of the last five Alabama games had featured a point spread of at least 14 points.

No.8 Notre is the smallest favorite on the top-25 schedule. They are giving No.21 Stanford just 2.5 points in Saturday’s game. The Fighting Irish were in the postseason picture until they lost to Miami.

No.2 Miami is a 13.5-point favorite against Pittsburgh Friday. All four ranked teams on Friday’s schedule are favored by at least a touchdown.

No.19 Oklahoma is the biggest favorite of Week 13, giving Kansas 40 points. No.20 Memphis is favored by four touchdowns against East Carolina.

No.14 Mississippi State is giving Ole Miss 15 points on Thanksgiving.

Below are the complete betting lines for all the Week 13 college football games with top-25 teams, including the point spreads and totals. These are the consensus odds from multiple sportsbooks in Las Vegas and online, via OddsShark.


Ole Miss (+15) at No.14 Mississippi State, 65


No.2 Miami (-13.5) at Pittsburgh, 52

Baylor (+25) at No.12 TCU, 51

South Florida (+10.5) at No.15 UCF, 62.5

No.25 Virginia Tech (-7) at Virginia, 50


No.7 Georgia (-11) at Georgia Tech, 51.5

No.9 Ohio State (-12) at Michigan, 50

Kansas (+40) at No.19 Oklahoma State, 70

East Carolina (+28.5) at No.20 Memphis, 79

No.1 Alabama (-4.5) at No.6 Auburn, 47.5

No.5 Wisconsin (-17) at Minnesota, 43

No.10 Penn State (-22) at Maryland, 58

No.23 Boise State (-7) at Fresno State, 48.5

West Virginia (+22.5) at No.4 Oklahoma, 68.5

No.16 Michigan State (-13) at Rutgers, 39.5

No.22 Northwestern (-16.5) at Illinois, 46

No.3 Clemson (-14) at No.24 South Carolina, 46.5

Texas A&M (+10) at No.18 LSU, 50

No.8 Notre Dame (-2.5) at No.21 Stanford, 57

No.13 Washington State (+10) at No.17 Washington, 47.4