College Football Odds Week 13: Ohio State vs Michigan Lines, Spreads, Betting Trends

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"The Game" will be extra special again in Week 13 of college football as Ohio State and Michigan are playing for Big 10 title implications and College Football Playoff opportunities. The Wolverines are listed as three-point home favorites over the Buckeyes. FOX kicks off the festivities from Ann Arbor, Michigan at 12:00 p.m. ET on Saturday.

Here's everything you need to know about the college football odds for Week 13 Ohio State vs Michigan, including the opening lines, spreads, betting trends and more. Check back regularly for updates and use our BetMGM bonus code to get the most out of your action.

No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Michigan Odds

Buckeyes WR Marvin Harrison Jr. could be a difference maker in Saturday's matchup at Michigan. (Getty)
  • Opening point spread: Michigan -3.5
  • Opening moneyline: Michigan -118/Ohio State -102
  • Opening total: Over/Under 46.5 points scored
  • Time: Noon ET Saturday (FOX)

UPDATE 11 A.M. ET SATURDAY: An hour before kickoff, Michigan is -3 (-115) at BetMGM. The Wolverines spent all week at -3.5, either flat or -105, before dipping to -3 (-115) this morning.

No surprise, Ohio State-Michigan is taking more bets than any other game in BetMGM's college football odds Week 13 market. Spread tickets and money are in the 2/1 range on the Buckeyes, who are No. 1 in spread tickets and No. 2 in spread money among all teams playing today.

At BetMGM's Beau Rivage sportsbook in Biloxi, Miss., there's a $525,000 bet on Ohio State +3 (-105).

On the moneyline at BetMGM, it's 3/1 tickets and 2/1 money on Ohio State, currently +130.

"Plenty of money on Ohio State, spread and moneyline. We'll need Michigan -3," BetMGM trading team lead Seamus Magee said. "Lots of bets on Marvin Harrison Jr. to do things today, as well – receiving yards, TD props etc."

BetMGM's total opened at 46.5, went to 45.5 Tuesday, 46 Wednesday and 46.5 Thursday. This morning, the number reverted to 45.5 on two-way play, with 55% of tickets/51% of dollars on the Over.

UPDATE 2:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: DraftKings Sportsbook opened Michigan -4 Sunday, then spent pretty much all week at various iterations of -3.5. The Wolverines are now -3.5 flat, while ticket count runs almost 2/1 and money 2.5/1 on the underdog Buckeyes.

Bettors are also playing Ohio State on the moneyline, with tickets 2.5/1 and money nearly 3/1 on the Buckeyes.

DK's total opened at 46.5 and touched 47 multiple times throughout the week. The number hit a low of 45.5 Wednesday before climbing back up to 47 by this morning, and it's now 46.5 again. It's two-way action, with 56% of bets on the Over/53% of money on the Under.

UPDATE 8:30 P.M. ET MONDAY: The Game has arrived, with this week's winner at the Big House advancing to the Big Ten championship game. Not to mention staying on track in the College Football Playoff odds market.

Michigan (11-0 SU/5-5-1 ATS) again made do as coach Jim Harbaugh served the second game of a three-game suspension. But after building a 23-3 cushion early in the third quarter, the Wolverines let Maryland make things interesting.

Michigan ultimately got out of College Park with a 31-24 victory, failing to cover the 18-point spread.

Ohio State (11-0 SU/6-4-1 ATS) warmed up for The Game by mashing Minnesota 37-3 as 27.5-point road chalk. The Buckeyes are 5-1-1 ATS in their last seven games.

Michigan moved to -4, then this evening returned to -3.5 in TwinSpires' college football odds Week 13 market. That said, 65% of early tickets are on the Buckeyes, and 61% of early money is on the Wolverines.

"It's shaping up to be Pros vs. Joes. Pros are on Michigan -3.5," Lucas said.

The total is stable at 46.5, with 52% of tickets on the Under/58% of money on the Over.

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Click here for Vegas Insider senior reporter Patrick Everson's full College Football Odds Week 13 Report containing spreads, lines, and trends for every Top 25 matchup.