Week 13 college football opening lines: Alabama, South Carolina, Missouri favorites

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Duke is an underdog for their season finale against North Carolina, while Texas, Nebraska and Miami are favored in big games as well.

The betting odds for college football's next week are out, with some exciting matchups on the slate for all you football fans. For all your betting info, head to Odds Shark.

Texas opens as a home favorite over Texas Tech, while Nebraska has the slight edge over Iowa. Miami opens as a three-point road favorite over Pittsburgh. North Carolina is favored over Duke, meaning Vegas does not see the Blue Devils in the ACC title game. Ohio State is nearly a two-touchdown favorite over Michigan, while Stanford is favored by two touchdowns over Notre Dame. In Pac-12 action, UCLA is slightly favored over USC, while Arizona State is a big favorites over an Arizona team that just blew out Oregon.

In the marquee matchups, Alabama is favored by nine-and-a-half points over Auburn. South Carolina is a six-point home favorite over Clemson, while Missouri is favored by three at home against Texas A&M.

The smallest margin belongs to Bowling Green at Buffalo, which is a pick 'em game. Boise State has the biggest opening line, as 35-point favorites over New Mexico.

  • Western Michigan at Northern Illinois (-33.5)
  • Texas Tech at Texas (-6)
  • Iowa at Nebraska (-3)
  • Toledo (-8.5) at Akron
  • East Carolina at Marshall (-3)
  • Miami (OH) at Ball State (-34)
  • Bowling Green at Buffalo (pick 'em)
  • Texas State at Troy (-4.5)
  • Arkansas at LSU (-24.5)
  • FIU at Florida Atlantic (-28.5)
  • Miami (-3) at Pittsburgh
  • Fresno State (-10) at San Jose State
  • South Florida at UCF (-26)
  • Kansas State (-16.5) at Kansas
  • Minnesota at Michigan State (-14)
  • Duke at North Carolina (-5.5)
  • Ohio State (-13) at Michigan
  • Purdue at Indiana (-20.5)
  • Rutgers (-4) at Connecticut
  • Temple at Memphis (-7.5)
  • Wake Forest at Vanderbilt (-14)
  • Maryland (-3) at North Carolina State
  • Southern Miss at UAB (-13.5)
  • South Alabama (-9) at Georgia State
  • Wyoming at Utah State (-20)
  • Colorado at Utah (-14)
  • Air Force at Colorado State (-14)
  • Tulane at Rice (-13)
  • BYU (-14.5) at Nevada
  • Louisiana Tech at UTSA (-14)
  • Penn State at Wisconsin (-23.5)
  • Boston College (-2.5) at Syracuse
  • Idaho at New Mexico State (-4.5)
  • Northwestern (-4) at Illinois
  • Alabama (-9.5) at Auburn
  • Virginia Tech (-13) at Virginia
  • Baylor (-14) at TCU
  • UTEP at Middle Tennessee State (-21)
  • Iowa State at West Virginia (-7.5)
  • North Texas (-3) at Tulsa
  • Arkansas State at Western Kentucky (-4)
  • Notre Dame at Stanford (-14)
  • Clemson at South Carolina (-6)
  • Tennessee (-4) at Kentucky
  • Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette (-13)
  • Texas A&M at Missouri (-3)
  • UCLA at USC (-3.5)
  • Arizona at Arizona State (-13.5)
  • New Mexico at Boise State (-35)
  • San Diego State (-3) at UNLV
  • Army at Hawaii (-4.5)

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