It’s hard to believe that we’re nearing the end of the college football regular season. Thanksgiving week traditionally marks the end of the regular season, and this year is no different. Thanksgiving week also signifies the start of rivalry week for many programs. We’ll see some of the great college football rivalries renewed this week. We’ve been asked to make some College Football Betting predictions, and predictions you will get. Hopefully we don’t lead you astray! Good luck!
Top 2021 NCAAF Week 13 Matches to Keep An Eye On
Ohio State Buckeyes @ Michigan Wolverines (+7.5)
By rights, the Michigan Wolverines could very well be undefeated coming into their rivalry game with Ohio State. A few bad calls probably cost them their game against Michigan State. Speaking of Michigan State, the Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the Spartans last weekend in Columbus, further solidifying their status as one of the top teams in the country.
This Saturday in Ann Arbor, we could see one of the most highly-anticipated games ever in this fiercely competitive rivalry, as the Michigan Wolverines host the Ohio State Buckeyes. Ohio State has been an offensive machine, while the Wolverines have a defense built to stop the powerful Buckeye offense.
Not only is a berth in the Big 10 title game on the line, but neither team can afford to lose, as a loss knocks them out of playoff contention. The Buckeyes are currently a 7.5-point favorite over the Wolverines. Everyone knows that Jim Harbaugh is 0-5 against Ohio State in his tenure at Ann Arbor.
While this season has been a little crazy, and very few things have gone as predicted, many feel that this is the year that Harbaugh finally wins the big one against Ohio State. However, we don’t feel the same way. In a hard-fought game, the Ohio Buckeyes walk into the “Big House” and leave with a 10-point victory, clinching a spot in the Big 10 Championship game.
Georgia Bulldogs @ Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (+35)
Bragging rights in the state of Georgia are on the line in this one, as the top-ranked team in the country, the Georgia Bulldogs, head to Atlanta to take on the Ramblin Wreck. After Notre Dame dismantled Georgia Tech 55-0 last Saturday, many are surprised that the spread isn’t bigger.
While this is a home game for Georgia Tech, Bobby Dodd Stadium will be mostly red on Saturday, as the Bulldog fans will flock to see their beloved Dogs. Georgia has one of the best defenses in the history of college football, and if Notre Dame can hold Georgia Tech scoreless, what will the Georgia defense do to Tech?
While Georgia could be looking past Georgia Tech to the SEC Championship game where they more than likely will play Alabama, we still don’t see Georgia Tech being able to hang around with the Bulldogs. Not only is the Georgia defense too good, their offense has been getting better and better each week. They may not go all out, but we look for an impressive performance from Georgia.
Georgia will go into Atlanta and beat Georgia Tech by a score of 48-10.