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Predictions for Every College Football Game in Week 13

Kevin Hogan

Kevin Hogan

Week 13 of the 2015 college football season is the last full weekend of action. Next week is an abbreviated schedule with championship games, and a handful of teams with losing records and no bowl possibilities will finish their season during this week’s slate of games. The Week 13 action kicks off on Tuesday night with two games, including Northern Illinois with an opportunity to clinch the MAC West with a win over Ohio. USF-UCF and Texas Tech-Texas round out the Thanksgiving night schedule, while Friday is a full slate, including Navy at Houston, Missouri at Arkansas, Washington State at Washington, Iowa at Nebraska and Baylor traveling to TCU. The weekend slate concludes on Saturday with plenty of rivalry games, as well as a critical game for playoff positioning in Notre Dame visiting Stanford. Some of the weekend’s other top games include Florida State at Florida, Michigan hosting Ohio State and Oklahoma meeting rival Oklahoma State in Stillwater. 

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Which teams will come out on top in every FBS game for Week 13? Athlon's editors predict the winners for every game this week:

College Football Week 13 Predictions







Bowling Green atBall State

Ohio at Northern Illinois

Texas Tech atTexas


Navy atHouston

Kent State at Akron

UMass atBuffalo

Eastern Michigan atCentral Michigan

Western Michigan atToledo

Troy at Georgia State

Miami atPittsburgh

Marshall atWKU

Iowa at Nebraska

Tulsa atTulane

Missouri atArkansas

Washington State atWashington

Oregon State atOregon

Boise State atSan Jose State

Baylor atTCU

Northwestern vs.Illinois

Cincinnati atEast Carolina

SMU atMemphis

UConn atTemple

UL Lafayette atAppalachian State

Air Force atNew Mexico

Nevada atSan Diego State

Georgia atGeorgia Tech

Florida State at Florida

Louisville atKentucky

Ohio State atMichigan

Penn State atMichigan State

North Carolina atNC State

Indiana atPurdue

Maryland atRutgers

Clemson atSouth Carolina

Boston College atSyracuse

Vanderbilt at Tennessee

Virginia Tech atVirginia

Duke atWake Forest

Iowa State atWest Virginia

FAU atOld Dominion

Alabama atAuburn

Kansas State at Kansas

Texas A&M atLSU

Wisconsin atMinnesota

Ole Miss atMississippi State

Southern Miss atLouisiana Tech

UTEP atNorth Texas

Oklahoma atOklahoma State

Colorado atUtah

South Alabama atGeorgia Southern

UNLV atWyoming


Arizona State atCalifornia

Notre Dame atStanford


Arkansas State atNMSU

Charlotte atRice

BYU atUtah State

Texas State atIdaho

Colorado State atFresno State

ULM atHawaii