Stuckey, Locky, Wilson: 3 College Football Moneyline Underdogs to Bet for Week 13


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Nov 24, 2018, 12:08 AM EST
  • Don't forget about betting underdogs on the moneyline when finalizing your Week 13 college football bets.
  • Three of our college football experts give their best moneyline underdog bets for Week 13.
  • If you're feeling lucky, a moneyline parlay of all three pays approximately 40-1.

Like we do each week, we’ll give out our favorite moneyline underdogs on the Week 13 college football slate. Bet one that catches your eye, throw all three in a longshot parlay or just absorb some additional insight ahead of the weekend.

Two of the plays always come from Collin Wilson and me on The Action Network Colleges podcast — and college football contributor Locky Lockerson will provide the other.

We struck out last weekend for the first Saturday in a while, thanks to Chevon Cordeiro. The freshman quarterback (who went to the same high school as Tua Tagovailoa and Marcus Mariota) entered the game in the fourth quarter and led Hawaii back from a 15-point deficit. That brought our YTD record to 13-22 +5.35 units.

In the final regular season moneyline underdog parlay edition of 2018, we are rolling with three underdogs that all pay at least 2-1. If you’re feeling lucky, a moneyline parlay of all three pays approximately 40-1.

Let’s get things started on Friday before finishing up with the final two on Saturday.

>> All odds as of Wednesday morning. Download The Action Network App to get real-time CFB odds and track your bets

Locky: Nebraska +335

  • Spread: Iowa -10
  • Over/Under: 53.5
  • Time: Friday, Noon ET
  • TV: FOX

I can get a Huskers team playing their best football of the season, with Adrian Martinez firmly established as a future star at quarterback, at a monster number in a game where they are only at a small disadvantage? Sign me up.

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