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NCAAF Week 13 Parlay: Points Aplenty in Georgia vs Georgia Tech

There are some must-see games in every league as the conference championship matchups will be finalized this weekend and teams position themselves for a run at the national title. There are plenty of matchups for those who bet online to ponder.

There are over/under numbers that are worth looking at, especially the ones in the Georgia-Georgia Tech and Miami-Boston College matchups.

NCAAF Week 13 Parlay: Points Aplenty in Georgia vs Georgia Tech
NCAAF Week 13 Parlay: Points Aplenty in Georgia vs Georgia Tech

North Carolina State could be a home underdog to consider due to North Carolina’s recent struggles to complete a tempting college football parlay for Nov. 25.

North Carolina somehow managed just 20 points despite putting up 457 yards and that kept the Week 12 parlay from coming through. The Duke-Virginia matchup went over the total while the Northwestern-Purdue game landed under the total.

There are two matchups between ranked teams in Week 13. The showdown between 11-0 Ohio State and Michigan teams could be the game of the year. Oregon is looking to punch its ticket into the Pac-12 title game with a win over Oregon State.

Other than those games, the only other ranked teams listed by our college football odds as underdogs in Week 13 are Iowa and North Carolina State.

While there are six undefeated teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision level, that number will shrink after the Ohio State-Michigan game.

The big news this week was the season-ending injury to Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis as the Seminoles dropped out of the top four in the College Football Playoff rankings.

Georgia (+230) and Michigan (+275) are the front-runners in the odds to win the national title. Georgia not only continues to sit atop both national polls but the Bulldogs remained ahead of Ohio State and Michigan in the College Football Playoff rankings.

Now it is time to take a look at the best three-game parlay heading into Week 13 with some college football betting options.

Miami at Boston College (Over 48)

  • Game: Friday, Nov. 24, 12 noon ET (ABC)

It’s been a season of incredible highs and frustrating lows at Miami.

The Hurricanes own wins over Clemson and Texas A&M and threw scares into ACC finalists Florida State and Louisville. Miami also lost to Georgia Tech when listed by our sportsbook as a 19-point favorite and put up little fight against North Carolina State.

It won’t be a surprise to see Miami play down to the competition level when the Hurricanes head to face Boston College.

It could be a good game for the offense considering that no team at the Football Bowl Subdivision level allows touchdowns to be scored at a higher percentage on red zone drives than Boston College.

Georgia at Georgia Tech (Over 59½)

  • Game: Saturday, Nov. 25, 7:30 p.m. (ABC)

The Georgia offense surprisingly has not missed a beat even after the loss of starting quarterback Stetson Bennett, leading rusher Kenny McIntosh, and offensive tackler Broderick Jones.

The defense is not quite as imposing as it has been in past years and now comes a Georgia Tech team that is much more explosive, thanks to the addition of former Texas A&M quarterback Haynes King. He has helped Georgia Tech win six games to become bowl-eligible.


Nobody is expecting Georgia Tech to hand Georgia its first loss of the season, but this feels like a game with the potential for big plays on offense.

North Carolina at North Carolina State (+115)

  • Game: Saturday, Nov. 25, 8 p.m. ET (ACC Network)

Once again, North Carolina is fading late in the regular season.

Two years ago, the Tar Heels lost four of the last seven games before falling to South Carolina in a bowl game. In 2022, back-to-back losses were followed by a defeat in the ACC Championship Game and a one-point loss to Oregon in the Holiday Bowl. Right on cue, UNC is 2-3 in its last five games with one of those wins coming against a Football Championship Subdivision team in Campbell.

That makes North Carolina a rather vulnerable favorite going up against a North Carolina State that is playing at home and riding a four-game winning streak. This is a game to consider when it comes time to making NCAAF predictions.

Bet This Parlay: Miami-Boston College Over 48, Georgia-Georgia Tech Over 59½, and North Carolina at North Carolina State +115 (+674)

 

 

Questions Of The Day

What are some of the best underdog teams to target for NCAAF parlay bets?


North Carolina State, Northwestern and Iowa are underdog teams that could win outright in Week 13.

Should I consider adding a teaser or pleaser to my NCAAF parlay to increase my chances of winning?


There are some games where incorporating a teaser or pleaser could generate more action from those who bet online.

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