CFB Vegas Odds

The 13th week of the 2009 College Football Season is littered with interesting games all week starting on Wednesday.

Bet College Football Week 13
One of the big games early on in the week is a meeting between Big East rivals West Virginia and Pittsburgh. Vegas lists this game as a pick’em, meaning there is no point spread to choose from. The Panthers have won two straight against the Mountaineers and are still in the hunt for the Big East title, while West Virginia is 6-0 at home.

Another game that Vegas has listed as even is Clemson heading to South Carolina. The Tigers are 10-2 in this in-state non-conference rivalry since 1997, and the road team has won three o f the last four meetings. The Gamecocks have won just one meeting in this series at home since 1989.

USC hosts UCLA in a classic Pac-10 rivalry on Saturday. The Trojans have won nine of the last 10 meetings with the only loss coming at UCLA in 2006. The Trojans are listed as 13-points favorites according to Vegas. The Bruins have lost the last five meetings at USC by an average of 25 points.

For complete odds on all of College Football’s week 13 Vegas games, see below.
2009 College Football Week 13 Vegas Odds & Over/Under Totals

101 BallSt +10.5 Over 52

102 WMichigan -10.5 Under 52

109 Texas -21

110 TexasA&M +21  

115 EMichigan +14.5  

116 Akron -14.5

111 PittsburghU even 

112 WVirginia even

113 Rutgers -5

114 Louisville +5  

121 Temple -4  

122 Ohio +4  

117 BuffaloU -1.5  

118 Kent +1.5

119 Wyoming +1  

120 ColoradoSt -1  

123 Alabama -13  

124 Auburn +13

127 Illinois +16.5  

128 CincinnatiU -16.5  

129 Nebraska -8  

130 Colorado +8  

125 Memphis +18  

126 Tulsa -18  

133 NIllinois +10  

134 CMichigan -10  

131 Toledo +8.5  

132 BowlingGreen -8.5  

135 Nevada +10.5  

136 BoiseSt -10.5  

139 Syracuse +15  

140 Connecticut -15  

141 WakeForest -4  

142 Duke +4  

143 Clemson even  

144 SCarolina even  

145 NorthCarolina -4  

146 NCState +4  

151 Mississippi -7  

152 MississippiSt +7  

153 NewMexico +42  

154 TCU -42  

157 CFlorida -3  

158 UAB +3  

155 SMississippi +2.5  

156 EastCarolina -2.5  

161 Tulane +17.5  

162 SMU -17.5  

201 NorthTexas +9  

202 ArkansasSt -9  

159 Marshall -3  

160 UTEP +3  

137 VirginiaTech -13  

138 Virginia +13  

147 Missouri -4.5  

148 Kansas +4.5  

167 FloridaSt +21  

168 Florida -21  

179 ArizonaU -3.5  

180 ArizonaSt +3.5  

181 BostonCollege -6.5  

182 Maryland +6.6  

197 WKentucky +14.5  

198 FloridaAtl -14.5  

199 MTennSt -4  

200 ULMonroe +4  

171 Utah +7.5 

172 BYU -7.5

163 Baylor +21.5  

164 TexasTech -21.5  

177 WashingtonSt +26  

178 WashingtonU -26 

183 Miami -7

184 South Florida +7 

203 Troy -10  

204 ULLafayette +10  

149 TennesseeU -3  

150 Kentucky +3  

185 Arkansas +6  

186 LSU -6  

173 Rice +24  

174 HoustonU -24  

187 NewMexicoSt +13  

188 SanJoseSt -13  

189 NotreDame +10  

190 Stanford -10  

169 Georgia +9.5  

170 GaTech -9.5  

191 SanDiegoSt +3  

192 UNLV -3  

193 UCLA +13  

194 USC -13  

195 Navy -9.5  

196 Hawaii +9.5 

Bet College Football Week 13
Posted: 11/23/09 9:08PM ET

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