College Football Odds Week 14: Spreads, Lines, Trends for Every Top 25 Game

College Football Odds Week 14

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Liberty vs
New Mexico State
-10.5 (-110)
+10.5 (-110)
o57.5 (-110)
u57.5 (-110)
-400
+310
Washington vs
Oregon
+9.5 (-108)
-9.5 (-112)
o65.5 (-110)
u65.5 (-110)
+310
-400
Toledo vs
Miami (OH)
-6.5 (-122)
+6.5 (-100)
o42.5 (-115)
u42.5 (-105)
-280
+225
Texas vs
Oklahoma State
-14.5 (-105)
+14.5 (-115)
o57.5 (-110)
u57.5 (-110)
-630
+450
UNLV vs
Boise State
+2.5 (-112)
-2.5 (-108)
o62.5 (-104)
u62.5 (-118)
+106
-128
Tulane vs
SMU
-2.5 (-122)
+2.5 (-100)
o47.5 (-110)
u47.5 (-110)
-142
+118
Troy vs
Appalachian State
-5.5 (-112)
+5.5 (-108)
o52.5 (-115)
u52.5 (-105)
-220
+180
Alabama vs
Georgia
+5.5 (-112)
-5.5 (-108)
o53.5 (-108)
u53.5 (-112)
+162
-196
Florida State vs
Louisville
+1 (-110)
-1 (-110)
o46.5 (-105)
u46.5 (-115)
-102
-115
Iowa vs
Michigan
+21.5 (-105)
-21.5 (-115)
o35.5 (-115)
u35.5 (-105)
+1400
-4000

College football odds for Week 14 are loaded up with conference championship games that will fill out the College Football Playoff. That includes a massive Friday night Pac-12 battle between Oregon and Washington. Then comes a Saturday SEC showdown between Georgia and Alabama.

Here’s everything you need to know about the college football odds Week 14 market: opening lines, spreads and betting trends for every game, as multiple oddsmakers provide insights on college football Week 14 odds and action. Check back regularly for updates and use our new ESPN BET bonus code VIBONUS to get the most out of your action.

College Football Odds for Week 14

No. 2 Michigan vs No. 16 Iowa Odds

Mason Graham and Michigan hope to keep eating in the Big Ten final. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Iowa vs
Michigan
+21.5 (-105)
-21.5 (-115)
o35.5 (-115)
u35.5 (-105)
+1400
-4000
  • Opening point spread: Michigan -23.5
  • Opening moneyline: Michigan -5500/Iowa +1700
  • Opening total: Over/Under 35 points scored
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET Saturday (FOX)

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET SATURDAY: With kickoff two hours out, Michigan is -21.5 (-115) at BetMGM Nevada. That's the low point for this spread, arriving there early this afternoon. The Wolverines opened -23.5, and there were three adjustments Wednesday: to -22.5 (-115), -22.5 flat and -22.5 (-105).

Then came today's move to Michigan -21.5 (-115).

"Tickets are really close, a few more on Iowa. Money is 1.5/1 in favor of Iowa," BetMGM Nevada's Scott Shelton said of action in the sportsbook operator's Las Vegas market. "On the moneyline, almost 100% of money is on Iowa."

So bettors are taking fliers on the Hawkeyes, who are currently +1100 to pull the outright upset.

And even with the Under a robust 10-2 for the Hawkeyes this season, bettors are banking on at least a little scoring tonight. The total opened at 34.5 and spent pretty much all week at either 35.5 flat or 35.5 (Over -115). It's currently 35.5 flat.

"They're betting the Over. Money is 3.5/1 and tickets 3/1," Shelton said.

UPDATE 1 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM opened Michigan -23.5 and on Wednesday fell back to -22.5 (-115)/-22.5 flat/-22.5 (-105). The line remains -22.5 (-105) this afternoon, with 54% of spread bets on Iowa/56% of spread money on Michigan.

BetMGM's total opened at 34.5 and spent all week pinned to 35.5, either flat or -115. It's 35.5 flat now, with 66% of bets/72% of cash on the Over.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET MONDAY: Michigan (12-0 SU/6-5-1 ATS) fended off Ohio State 30-24 giving 3 points at home in the regular-season finale. The win put Michigan in the Big Ten title game and kept Jim Harbaugh's squad on track for a third straight CFP appearance.

Iowa (10-2 SU/6-5-1 ATS) was once again not flashy, but did just enough to get a W in Week 12. The Hawkeyes were 2.5-point pups at Nebraska and scratched out a 13-10 victory. That fell below the closing total of 25.5, making the Under 10-2 for Iowa this season.

TwinSpires moved Michigan down a point in the early going, to -22.5 in its college football odds Week 14 market. The Wolverines are drawing 65% of tickets/53% of money for Saturday's game in Indianapolis.

"Sharp play on Iowa +23.5," Lucas said.

The total nudged from 35 to 35.5, with 52% of tickets/60% of money on the Over.

No. 14 Louisville vs No. 4 Florida State Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Florida State -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Florida State -132/Louisville +108
  • Opening total: Over/Under 51.5 points scored
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET Saturday (ABC)

UPDATE 6:15 P.M. ET SATURDAY: The status of Florida State QB Tate Rodemaker (concussion) is still not set. The Seminoles are down to -1.5 (-105) at BetMGM Nevada, after opening -5.5 and seeing the number steadily recede all week due to Rodemaker potentially not playing.

"Ticket count is almost dead even, nine more tickets on Louisville. Money is also nearly a dead heat," BetMGM Nevada's Scott Shelton said of action at the sportsbook's Vegas properties. "They are playing Louisville moneyline, 5/1 tickets and 6/1 money. But even if Louisville wins outright, it's a blip."

The total plunged from 53.5 to 46.5 over the course of the week, again due to the Rodemaker situation.

"Tickets and money are virtually a dead heat," Shelton said.

UPDATE 1 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Florida State's quarterback situation is heavily impacting the line. The Seminoles lost Jordan Travis two weeks ago, and rumors are swirling that Tate Rodemaker could be out with a concussion.

Florida State opened -5.5 at BetMGM and is now down to -1.5, with multiple stops along the way this week. Still, spread tickets and money are in the 2/1 range on the Seminoles.

"The public is riding the College Football Playoff's top-ranked teams. We'd love for Louisville to upset Florida State and for Iowa to cover against Michigan," BetMGM trader Seamus Magee said.

Mirroring the spread, the total plunged from a 53.5 opener to 46.5 this afternoon. Like the spread, there were stops along the way all week long. Ticket count is 2/1 and money almost 8/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET MONDAY: Florida State (12-0 SU/7-5 ATS) overcame the absence of QB Jordan Travis to finish off a perfect regular season. A late TD helped the Seminoles get out of Gainesville with a 24-15 victory laying 6.5 points.

Louisville (10-2 SU/6-5-1 ATS) heads into the ACC championship game off a loss. The Cardinals tumbled to Kentucky 38-31 as 7.5-point home favorites.

Louisville-Florida State opened Seminoles -2.5 on TwinSpires' college football Week 14 odds board. There's no movement so far, with 55% of bets/59% of cash on the 'Noles for a neutral-site matchup in Charlotte, N.C.

The total, however, is on the move, plunging from 51.5 to 49 early on. The Under is taking 56% of bets/74% of cash.

"Lopsided money on the Under already," Lucas said.

In-Progress Games for College Football Week 14

No. 1 Georgia vs No. 8 Alabama Odds

Alabama's Isaiah Bond high-points the ball for the TD that beat Auburn. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Alabama vs
Georgia
+5.5 (-112)
-5.5 (-108)
o53.5 (-108)
u53.5 (-112)
+162
-196
  • Opening point spread: Georgia -5
  • Opening moneyline: Georgia -195/Alabama +155
  • Opening total: Over/Under 56 points scored
  • Time: 4 p.m. ET Saturday (CBS)

UPDATE 11 A.M. ET SATURDAY: A few hours pre-kickoff, Georgia is down to 4.5-point chalk at PointsBet. That's approaching the -4 opener, after the Bulldogs got as high as -6 this week.

It's two-way action on the spread, with a modest lean toward Georgia at 53% of tickets/52% of money.

The total fell from 56.5 to 53.5 and is now 54.5. There's consensus in this market, with 85% of tickets and money on the Over.

UPDATE 3 P.M. ET THURSDAY: Knowing this matchup was set even before Week 13, BetMGM put Georgia-Alabama on the board Nov. 20 at Bulldogs -3.5 (-115). The line spent most of last week at Georgia -4.5.

On Monday morning, Georgia climbed to -5/-5.5, then on Tuesday got to -5.5 (-115). This morning, the Bulldogs briefly touched -6, and they're now at -5.5.

"It's one-way traffic on the Bulldogs. Lot of money coming in for Georgia," Magee said. "Sharps pushed this from 4.5 to 5.5 this week. Bama winning the game would be good for the book, but I am still wary of our huge liability on the Tide to win it all.

"The dream scenario right now for BetMGM is a Bama cover and loss, to take the Georgia game money and Alabama futures money."

The total opened at 55.5, fell to 54.5 and 53.5 Wednesday, then rebounded by this morning to 54.5 (Over -115).

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET MONDAY: Alabama (11-1 SU/8-4 ATS) dodged disaster by snatching victory from the jaws of defeat at Auburn. In the final minute, 'Bama trailed 24-20 and faced fourth-and-goal from the 31-yard line – yes, the 31-yard line.

But Jalen Milroe connected with Isaiah Bond in the corner of the end zone for a TD. That gave the Crimson Tide a 27-24 victory, though they fell well short of covering as 13.5-point favorites. Still, 'Bama kept its CFP hopes alive heading into the SEC championship game.

Georgia (12-0 SU/5-7 ATS) is not only seeking the SEC title, but a third straight national championship. The Bulldogs didn't exactly look great in Week 13 either, but got the job done. Kirby Smart's troops fended off Georgia Tech 31-23 laying a hefty 24.5 points on the road.

TwinSpires has moved Georgia-Alabama around a bit in the early going for this matchup in Atlanta. The Bulldogs opened -5, went to -5.5, then returned to -5. Alabama is netting 56% of spread tickets/58% of spread money.

"Early money is on the 'dog," Lucas said.

The total is down a point to 55, with 67% of tickets on the Over/59% of money on the Under.

"Sharp play on Under 56," Lucas said.

SMU vs No. 22 Tulane Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Tulane vs
SMU
-2.5 (-122)
+2.5 (-100)
o47.5 (-110)
u47.5 (-110)
-142
+118
  • Opening point spread: Tulane -3
  • Opening moneyline: Tulane -160/SMU +135
  • Opening total: Over/Under 52.5 points scored
  • Time: 4 p.m. ET Saturday (ABC)

UPDATE 1 P.M. ET FRIDAY: This line has been all around over the course of the week on BetMGM's college football Week 12 odds board. Tulane opened -3, sped out to -4.5 (-105) Sunday night, then got to -5.5 Monday afternoon.

Tuesday brought a drop to Tulane -4/-3.5, and late this morning, the Green Wave returned to the -3 opener. SMU is landing 58% of spread bets/65% of spread money.

BetMGM's total quickly moved from 52.5 to 50.5 Sunday night. The number ultimately plummeted to 46.5 (Over -115) by Thursday. The Over is netting 60% of bets, while 65% of cash is on the Under.

UPDATE 7:30 P.M. ET TUESDAY: Tulane (11-1 SU/5-7 ATS) coasted to a 29-16 win laying 3.5 points vs. visiting UTSA in Week 13. The Green Wave are on a 10-game SU win streak. Tulane also cashed in its last two games, though that uptick came after a 1-6 ATS purge.

Southern Methodist arrives at the American Athletic Conference championship tilt on an eight-game SU run (5-3 ATS). In Week 13, the Mustangs (10-2 SU/7-5 ATS) drubbed Navy 59-14 giving 20.5 points at home.

Caesars Sports opened Tulane -3 early Sunday in the college football odds Week 14 market. That line climbed to Green wave -4 within a few hours, then leapt to -5.5 Monday. Tulane then receded to -5/-4.5/-4 today.

The total opened at 52.5 and plunged to 48 by Monday afternoon, with several stops along the way.

Completed Games for College Football Week 14

No. 18 Oklahoma State vs No. 7 Texas Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Texas vs
Oklahoma State
-14.5 (-105)
+14.5 (-115)
o57.5 (-110)
u57.5 (-110)
-630
+450
  • Opening point spread: Texas -14
  • Opening moneyline: Texas -590/Oklahoma State +420
  • Opening total: Over/Under 54.5 points scored
  • Time: Noon ET Saturday (ABC)

UPDATE 11:15 A.M. ET SATURDAY: With kickoff 45 minutes out, Texas is laying 14.5 points at DraftKings Sportsbook. Last Saturday night, the Longhorns opened -11 and by Sunday night had sped to -14.

The line topped out at Texas -15.5 multiple times this week, the latest on Thursday. It then went to Longhorns -15 Friday and -14.5 this morning. It's practically dead-even two-way action at DraftKings, with 51% of spread bets on Texas and 51% of spread money on Oklahoma State.

The total opened at 54.5 Sunday, got to 55.5 within a few hours and touched 56 a few times during the week. This morning, the total got beyond that, as it's now 56.5 at DraftKings. The Over is attracting 84% of bets/86% of money.

UPDATE 1 P.M. ET FRIDAY: The Longhorns shot from -11.5 to -14 Sunday night, then hit -14.5 Monday in BetMGM's college football odds Week 14 market. Texas advanced to -15.5 Thursday morning.

However, it's two-way spread play, with 56% of tickets on Oklahoma State/59% of money on Texas.

The total opened at 53.5 Sunday, peaked at 56.5 Monday morning and has been at various iterations of 55.5 much of the week. It's currently 55.5 (Under -115), with 77% of tickets/68% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET MONDAY: Texas trampled Texas Tech on the way to the Big 12 championship game. The Longhorns (11-1 SU/6-6 ATS) pounded out a 57-7 Week 13 victory, easily covering the 15.5-point spread at home.

Oklahoma State (9-3 SU/7-5 ATS) had a much more difficult time with BYU. The Cowboys trailed 24-6 at halftime, but rallied to get to overtime with a 27-27 tie. Oklahoma State then won 40-34 in double OT, failing to cash as a 16.5-point home fave.

Texas hasn't moved off -14 at TwinSpires, with 55% of early bets on the Longhorns and 54% of early cash on the Cowboys.

"Good two-way action to start the week," Lucas said of Saturday's neutral-site game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The total is also steady at 54.5, with 58% of bets/64% of dollars on the Over.

No. 5 Oregon vs No. 3 Washington Odds

Tez Johnson and Oregon can avenge a Week 7 loss to Washington. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Washington vs
Oregon
+9.5 (-108)
-9.5 (-112)
o65.5 (-110)
u65.5 (-110)
+310
-400
  • Opening point spread: Oregon -9.5
  • Opening moneyline: Oregon -345/Washington +270
  • Opening total: Over/Under 67 points scored
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET Friday (ABC)

UPDATE 7 P.M. ET FRIDAY: An hour before kickoff, Oregon is laying 9.5 points at BetMGM Nevada, which is taking a boatload of action, since the Pac-12 title game is in Las Vegas.

"You can barely walk through the casino, it's so packed here," BetMGM Nevada's Scott Shelton said from the sportsbook's offices at Mandalay Bay, right across the highway from Allegiant Stadium.

Oregon opened -8.5, sped to -9.5 Sunday night, then touched -10 Thursday night and earlier today. The Ducks went down to -9 late this morning and -8.5 (-120) this afternoon, before rebounding to -9.5.

"There's just a truckload of spread tickets on both sides. There are a few hundred more on Washington, but it's not even 1.5/1. Money was flirting with 2/1 Oregon, but now it's about 1.5/1. It does seem like the bigger bets have been on Oregon," Shelton said.

That includes plays of $110,000 and $40,000 on Oregon -9.5.

"And there are a ton of bets in the $5,000 range, just endless," Shelton said.

On the moneyline, however, it's all Washington, at 10/1 tickets and money. And there are no five- or six-figure wagers, so that's just an accumulation of cash so far.

"An Oregon win and a Washington cover would be perfect," Shelton said.

He added that bettors are hammering the Over on Oregon QB Bo Nix props. That includes Over/Under 2.5 passing touchdowns, with tickets and money 10/1 on the Over, which is now juiced to -190. The total on Nix passing yards is 322.5 (Over -135) is seeing 6/1 tickets and 8/1 money on the Over.

Even the Nix rushing yards prop is getting hit, currently 12.5 (Over -160). Shelton said there are 254 total tickets written – 250 on the Over, four on the Under, with the Over drawing $11,000 and the Under about $100.

UPDATE 3 P.M. ET THURSDAY: BetMGM pegged the Ducks 8.5-point neutral-site favorites Sunday night. Oregon quickly moved out to -9.5 and remains -9.5 this afternoon.

"Sharps have pushed this line to Oregon -9.5, where we're seeing great two-way action. Which surprises me a little, because I haven't heard anyone say they like Washington all week," BetMGM trader Seamus Magee said. "Regardless, the sharp side has definitely been Oregon up to this point at 9.5. Washington outright to break up parlays would be huge for us.

"Oregon moneyline has been the popular side all week [in parlays]. I have a hard time imagining Washington will be a public side."

Magee said the national narrative is all going toward Oregon, as well, boosted by QB Bo Nix being the favorite in Heisman Trophy odds.

BetMGM opened the total at 67.5 and spent the first half of the week at various iterations of 66.5 (Over -115/flat/Under -115). It's now down to 65.5 (Over -115).

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET MONDAY: Oregon (11-1 SU/10-1-1 ATS) finished the regular season with a strong kick, ripping rival Oregon State 31-7 as a 14-point home favorite. The Ducks are the No. 1 spread-covering team in the nation as they head to the Pac-12 title game in Las Vegas.

On the flip side, Washington remained unbeaten (12-0 SU/6-5-1 ATS), but nearly finished with a massive thud. The Huskies, laying 14.5 points at home against Washington State, needed a final-seconds field goal to escape with a 24-21 win.

Washington and Oregon met in Week 7, with the host Huskies nabbing a 36-33 win to push as 3-point faves. But Oregon has looked far better since then, going 6-0 SU (4-2 ATS), with five of those wins by 14 points or more.

The Ducks opened -9.5 in TwinSpires' college football odds Week 14 market, and the line hasn't moved yet. Early action is tilted toward the Huskies, at 2/1 tickets and 3/1 money.

"The public loves the undefeated and higher-ranked team catching points. We will likely need the Ducks here," Lucas said.

The total is stable at 67, with 65% of tickets/62% of money on the Over.

Friday night's winner is all but guaranteed to remain a factor in the College Football Playoff odds market.

New Mexico State vs No. 24 Liberty Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Liberty vs
New Mexico State
-10.5 (-110)
+10.5 (-110)
o57.5 (-110)
u57.5 (-110)
-400
+310
  • Opening point spread: Liberty -11
  • Opening moneyline: Liberty -470/New Mexico State +350
  • Opening total: Over/Under 53.5 points scored
  • Time: 7 p.m. ET Friday (CBSSN)

UPDATE 1 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM spent the first half of the week at various iterations of Liberty -10.5, and the latter part of the week at various iterations of Liberty -11.5. Late this morning, the Flames returned to -10.5.

Underdog New Mexico State is taking 58% of spread bets/60% of spread money.

The total steadily climbed throughout the week, from the 53.5 opener to 57 by Thursday afternoon. Action is indeed heavy to the Over, at 81% of bets/95% of money.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET MONDAY: Liberty (12-0 SU/8-4 ATS) finished the regular season with a relatively easy victory over UTEP. The Flames led 35-7 in the third quarter and put it in cruise control from there, winning 42-28 while failing to cover as 18.5-point favorites.

Now, Liberty will host New Mexico State (10-3 SU/10-2-1 ATS) in the Conference USA championship game. In Week 13, the Aggies edged Jacksonville State 20-17 as 2.5-point home underdogs.

NMSU is on an 8-0 SU and ATS spree, including a shocking 31-10 Week 12 victory as a 25.5-point 'dog at Auburn.

The Aggies and Flames met in Week 2, with Liberty taking a 33-17 victory to cash as 9.5-point home faves.

TwinSpires Sportsbook's NMSU-Liberty line is down a half-point to -10.5. The Flames are seeing 66% of early tickets, while 54% of early money is on the Aggies.

"Sharp play on New Mexico State +11," TwinSpires director of retail sports Zachary Lucas said.

The total is up a half-point to 54, with early tickets and money in the 2/1 range on the Over.