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College Football Early Betting Spreads To Watch Week 12

The game of the century lived up to its billing this past week and if you are already ready for Week 12 then make sure these games are on your list of games to bet and watch this week.

College Football Early Betting Spreads To Watch Week 12

Indiana at Penn State -14

Penn State got exposed in their upset road loss at Minnesota on Saturday. Indiana has been one of the most pleasant surprises in the country this season. The Nittany Lions take care of business at home to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Alabama -19½ at Mississippi State

Mississippi State recorded an emphatic 54-24 win over lowly Arkansas two weeks ago. The Bulldogs will be well-rested after getting a bye this past weekend. Unfortunately, Mississippi State is taking on Alabama at the wrong time with the Tide coming off a season-altering 46-41 home loss against LSU.

Michigan State at Michigan -14½

Michigan State has lost four straight, including their stunning 37-34 collapse against Illinois on Saturday. Michigan will be well-rested after getting a bye last weekend. The Wolverines are the easy pick to win their third straight, even if their blowout loss against Wisconsin did completely ruin their CFP hopes this season.

Wake Forest at Clemson -32

Wake Forest was looking good until their 36-17 blowout road loss at Virginia Tech on Saturday. Now, the Demon Deacons are looking like a team in trouble. Clemson that saw their College Football Playoff hopes get a big boost thanks to Alabama’s home loss against LSU.

Ohio State -51 at Rutgers

Ohio State has won all nine of their games this season by at least 24 points. Rutgers has lost seven of their last eight. Make no mistake about it, Justin Fields and the Buckeyes will have this game in control by halftime.

Georgia -2½ at Auburn

Jake Fromm and the Bulldogs have won three straight since suffering their only loss of the season. The Bulldogs will get tested in this SEC showdown, but Auburn has split its last four games, and that doesn’t bode well heading into this contest, even at home.

Minnesota at Iowa -3

After upsetting Penn State, Minnesota has a ton to play for as they seek to take another step toward an unbeaten season – and an improbable berth in the College Football Playoff.

LSU -21 Ole Miss

Joe Burrow and the Tigers rolled into Tuscaloosa and spanked the perennially-powerful Crimson Tide on Saturday. Now, all the Tigers have to do is avoid an upset loss, and they’re in the playoffs. Mississippi might have snapped a three-game skid by beating New Mexico State, but the Rebels don’t stand a chance in this Week 12 SEC clash.

Oklahoma -9 at Baylor

Oklahoma might have the higher national ranking, and the Sooners might be favored despite being on the road in this matchup. Baylor, though, is the only team in this matchup with a competent defense. The unbeaten Bears are playing at home with a chance to give their playoff hopes an insanely colossal boost by winning this Big 12 battle.

Arizona at Oregon NL

Arizona has dropped four straight while allowing 41points in two of those contests and at least 51 points in the other two losses. Oregon has won eight straight since losing its regular-season opener at Auburn, and the Ducks still have some legitimate playoff hopes even if they don’t get the respect they deserve playing in the weak Pac-12.