2019 College Football Week 14 Odds, Overview & Picks

Posted by Derrick Harper on November 25, 2019 in

The final week of the regular season will wrap up this weekend with some of the best games of the season. Rivalry week is here with major implications on the CFB playoff picture. Lets take a look at some of the best NCAAF Betting matchups this week.

2019 College Football Week 14 Odds, Overview & Picks

Oklahoma Sooners vs Oklahoma State Cowboys

Bedlam will be a crucial game for a sooners team who saw a closer game than they would like against TCU last week. They also had to come back from down several scores to beat Baylor a few games ago. The Cowboys will be looking to pounce on the Sooners and ruin their hopes. They have won four straight behind the legs of Chubba Hubbard as he has 1,726 yards and 20 touchdowns on the year.

That is good enough for the eighth best rushing offense in the nation. Oklahoma will look to prove they can play well away from home as they travel to OK State. Jalen Hurts has been the only player in CFB this season to pass for 3,000 yards and rush for 1,000 more. OU has the fifth most passing yards per game and will have to keep that pace for them to win. Sooners should be able to go on the road and prove they win on the road to set up the B12 championship game.

Ohio State Buckeyes vs Michigan Wolverines

Ryan Day has his Buckeyes absolutely rolling. Justin Fields can beat you any way that he has to as he is the best dual threat in the country. Chase Young returned from suspension with 4 TFLs and 3 sacks. With a win they will be set for the B1G championship game.

Michigan has won four straight and look to be playing much better as of late. The defense will have its hands full as they are currently only allowing 16 PPG. Harbaugh has not been able to beat OSU yet and will have a big opportunity to get that monkey off his back in this one. He will need to be perfect this week.

Wisconsin Badgers vs Minnesota Golden Gophers #10

The winner of this game will not only have bragging rights over the other but will also earn a spot in the Big Ten Championship the following week against OSU. Wisconsin is following a familiar blueprint as they hand the ball off to Heisman Candidate Jonathon Taylor and then play stellar D.

They are allowing 13 points a game to opposing teams. They will need a big win to offset the two losses this season. Minnesota will be hosting Gameday this week so the crowd will be a huge factor.

The Gophers will look to QB Tanner Morgan to lead the charge as he has 22 touchdowns and 2,468 yards with a QBR of 84.9. Running Back Rodney Smith will have to fight for as many yards as he can against the stout Wisconsin run defense. Minnesota will have a chance to make a few big statements if they can stack wins against Wisconsin and OSU in the next few weeks.