2016-17 NCAA Football BCS Polls, Picks, and Odds: Week 13-College Football Recap and Week 14 Betting Preview

Written and authored NCAA Football Expert Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes. College Football ATS Predictions  are making clients huge profits and will continue through the 2016-17 season.

The Final Weekend of the College Football season is just around the corner, which teams will make it to their Conference Championship games.

In Week Thirteen the Louisville Cardinals has everything going their way as Michigan, Washington, and Clemson fell in week twelve.

However, Houston of the American Athletic Conference spoiled the party for Louisville with a Thursday Night beatdown of the Cardinals.

Not only did Louisville lost the football contest, Heisman Trophy frontrunner Lamar Jackson looked average in front of a national audience.

The Boynton Beach, Florida native lost some of his luster as the favorite to win the most prestigious individual award in College Football.

Week fourteen promises to be even more exciting for the run for the BCS title game in Tampa, Florida.

The top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide beat FBS opponent Chattanooga in a tuneup for their annual “IRON BOWL” matchup against a three-loss Auburn team.

The game in on the Crimson Tide home field. However Auburn has the talent to pull off the upset and Crimson Tide Head Coach Nick Saban is aware.

Auburn is much improved on the defensive side of the football. Alabama has a freshman quarterback, and the Tigers will be ready.

The second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes beat Michigan State by a point on the road in a less than impressive performance.

The Michigan Wolverines took care of a gritty Indiana Hoosiers football team in their final home game at the “BIG HOUSE.”

However, the Wolverines almost got caught looking ahead. The Washington Huskies bounced back from their week ten home defeat at the hands of USC.

Washington beat Arizona State in convincing fashion. The two loss Oklahoma Sooners moved up in the polls after going into Morgantown, West Virginia and handling the Mountaineers.

The opening week loss at Houston does not look as bad as it once did; the Sooners need some help, but they are still in the picture.

The latest BCS Championship Odds has Alabama -140, Ohio State at +275, Louisville at+750, Clemson+750 and Michigan at +1,200.

The final week of the 2016-17 NCAA Football season usually has rivalry games and this year is no different.

Week thirteen will open on Friday. November 25th with the annual “APPLE CUP” as the Washington Huskies invade Pullman, Washington to play the Washington State Cougars.

Huskies head coach Chris Petersen will have his hands full with Mike Leach and quarterback Luke Falk.

The Cougars can score and have improved on defense. The Clemson Tigers are on their way to the ACC Championship game but first it is their annual PALMETTO STATE” showdown vs. The South Carolina Gamecocks.

First-year head coach Will Muschamp can win over Gamecocks fans by pulling off the road upset.

The game of the week is in Columbus, Ohio as the Michigan Wolverines take on the second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. If Michigan wins, they go to the Big Ten Title game.

A Buckeyes victory does not guarantee them a spot; Penn State must lose to Michigan State for Ohio State to win the Division.

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