College Football Parlay Picks Week 13

College Football Parlay Picks Week 13

College Football Parlay Picks Week 13

It is Thanksgiving and Rivalry Week. This week’s trio of parlay picks has a bit of a theme of vengeance to it! Now, let’s find out which three teams are looking good when it comes to their Week 13 college football betting odds.

2-Team Parlay Pick College Football Week 13

  • Mississippi Rebels
  • Georgia Bulldogs

Mississippi Rebels (5-6) at No. 16 Mississippi State Bulldogs (8-3)
When: 7:30 PM ET, Thursday, November 23, 2017
Where: Davis Wade Stadium, Starkville, Mississippi
Odds: Mississippi State -15

I know Mississippi State has won five of their last six games, but the Bulldogs really struggled to get past mediocre Arkansas in their 28-21 win on Saturday one week after losing a heartbreaker against top-ranked Alabama in Week 10. Yes, Ole Miss was on the wrong end of a 31-24 home loss against Texas A&M and yes, the Rebels have a losing record coming into their Egg Bowl rivalry matchup, but there’s a reason why a whopping 63 percent of public bettors like the road underdogs to cover the chalk in this contest. Ole Miss is getting a whopping 16 points to cover the spread and actually are the better statistical team offensively in this matchup.

Despite their humbling 55-20 home loss last season, Mississippi has won two of the last three meetings and the underdog is 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings of the tenth longest uninterrupted series in college football history. Simply put, 16 points is a bit too much for Mississippi State to cover.

Pick: Mississippi +15

No. 7 Georgia Bulldogs (10-1) at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (5-5)
When: 12:00 PM ET, Saturday, November 25, 2017
Where: Bobby Dodd Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
NCAAF Odds: Georgia -11

You’d think this matchup of in-state rivals is one of the bigger rivalry week pairings but it isn’t – and that looks like a good thing for Georgia Tech coming into this contest. While 53 percent of the betting public currently likes Georgia Tech to cover the chalk as double-digit home dogs in this contest, I really don’t.

Georgia looked fantastic laying a huge 42-13 smackdown on Kentucky this past weekend and the Bulldogs likely want to make another big statement after having their unbeaten season ruined two weeks ago against Auburn and desperately trying to get back into the good graces of the College Football Playoff committee as they get set for the SEC championship tournament. Georgia Tech has lost three of four and got smacked around by mediocre Duke in their 43-20 road loss on Saturday.

While these two have split the last four meetings evenly, I have no doubt that the Bulldogs are going to drop the hammer on the Yellow Jackets in this one to win and cover the chalk. Back Georgia to improve on their perfect 8-0 ATS mark in their last eight meetings against Georgia Tech.

Pick: Georgia -11

3-Team Parlay Pick College Football Week 13

  • Mississippi Rebels
  • Georgia Bulldogs
  • Missouri Tigers

Missouri Tigers (6-5) at Arkansas Razorbacks (4-7)
When: 2:30 PM ET, Friday, November 24, 2017
Where: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Odds: Missouri -11

Missouri has caught fire by winning five straight and putting up at least 45 points in every single game along the way while Arkansas has dropped two straight and five of seven. The Tigers throttled Vanderbilt 45-17 this past weekend while the Razorbacks blew a lead against Mississippi State to end up losing 28-21 at home. Mizzou has not allowed more than 17 points over its last three games while spanking Vandy, Tennessee and Florida over the stretch.

I’m fully expecting the Tigers to beat the snot out of their fourth straight mediocre SEC conference rival in this contest as Arkansas starts making preparations to move on from head coach Brett Bielema. Missouri is 4-0 ATS in its last four road games and 7-0 ATS in their last seven games against a team with a losing record. Arkansas is 0-6 ATS in its last six games following an ATS win and has the look of a team that wants its season to be over with, like right now!

Pick: Missouri -11