Week 13 college football opening lines: LSU, Arizona State, Baylor favorites for big weekend clashes

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The Bears are big favorites over Oklahoma State, while plenty of tight games are expected in an exciting Week 13 slate.

The opening lines for Week 13 of college football are out and some tight games are expected in another good weekend of football action. Below are this week's opening lines, via OddsShark, which will also have updated lines throughout the week.

The biggest line belongs, once again, to Florida State, a 56-point favorite over Idaho. The closest line falls in a Mountain West showdown between UNLV and Air Force, which opens as a pick 'em.

Kansas State is favored over Oklahoma, despite the Sooners' dominating win over Iowa State and the Wildcats' not-so-dominating win over TCU. Notre Dame is a tight favorite over BYU, and LSU is a four-point favorite over Texas A&M.

In the Pac-12, Arizona State is a two-point favorite over UCLA. Missouri is favored by just two points over Mississippi in SEC play, and Baylor holds the biggest margin of the key games this weekend, as a 13-point favorite over Oklahoma State.

  • Kent State at Ohio (-5.5)
  • Buffalo (-24) at Miami (OH)
  • Northern Illinois (-3) at Toledo
  • Rutgers at UCF (-14.5)
  • Rice (-14) at UAB
  • UNLV at Air Force (pick 'em)
  • Navy at San Jose State (-3)
  • Cincinnati at Houston (-2.5)
  • Duke (-5.5) at Wake Forest
  • Memphis at Louisville (-22.5)
  • Virginia at Miami (-19.5)
  • Oklahoma at Kansas State (-3)
  • Illinois (-6.5) at Purdue
  • Mississippi State (-3) at Arkansas
  • Pittsburgh (-1.5) at Syracuse
  • East Carolina (-6) at North Carolina State
  • Massachusetts at Central Michigan (-8.5)
  • Bowling Green (-24) at Eastern Michigan
  • Hawaii at Wyoming (-6.5)
  • New Mexico State at Florida Atlantic (-21)
  • Georgia State at Arkansas State (-23)
  • BYU at Notre Dame (-1)
  • Idaho at Florida State (-56)
  • UTSA at North Texas (-7)
  • Middle Tennessee State (-20.5) at Southern Miss
  • Colorado State at Utah State (-6)
  • UTEP at Tulane (-15.5)
  • Texas A&M at LSU (-4)
  • Indiana at Ohio State (-31.5)
  • Michigan State (-7) at Northwestern
  • Nebraska at Penn State (-2.5)
  • Wisconsin (-14.5) at Minnesota
  • Michigan at Iowa (-3.5)
  • Arizona State (-2) at UCLA
  • USC (-21.5) at Colorado
  • Oregon (-17.5) at Arizona
  • California at Stanford (-28.5)
  • Marshall (-33) at Florida International
  • SMU (-5.5) at South Florida
  • Louisiana-Monroe at South Alabama (-3)
  • Connecticut at Temple (-9)
  • Vanderbilt at Tennessee (-2.5)
  • Western Kentucky (-3.5) at Texas State
  • Kentucky at Georgia (-26)
  • Tulsa (-3.5) at Louisiana Tech
  • Missouri (-2) at Mississippi
  • Baylor (-13) at Oklahoma State
  • Kansas at Iowa State (-5)
  • Boise State (-6) at San Diego State

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