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PITTSBURGH, PA - NOVEMBER 11: Kenny Pickett #8 of the Pittsburgh Panthers drops back to pass in the first quarter against the North Carolina Tar Heels at Heinz Field on November 11, 2021 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Justin Berl/Getty Images/AFP (Photo by Justin Berl / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP)

It’s time for conference titles to be won. What are the best college football parlay picks of Week 14?

Everything remains on the line as college football’s regular season closes. Conference Championships will settle more than bragging rights across the country this weekend.

Lines have moved throughout the week, as Michigan vaulted up the College Football Playoff rankings to No. 2. Cincinnati remains on the ropes despite winning its last game. Oklahoma State has a genuine shot to make the CFP.

Betting trends and new information have also tweaked the odds and lines throughout the week.

Here’s a look at my top parlay picks for Week 14 of college football action (odds via FanDuel Sportsbook; pick confidence based on a 1-to-5-star scale).

College Football Week 14 Parlay Picks

Georgia vs. Alabama Under 49.5 (-114) ???Oregon vs. Utah Under 57.5 (-106) ???Pittsburgh (-152) vs. Wake Forest ???

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College Football Week 14 Parlay Predictions

Georgia-Alabama Under 49.5 (-114)

The Georgia moneyline (-250) has value, but we’re going to pick the totals line for this game. With the way things are trending, I expect a low-scoring affair for the SEC Championship. This would be a pivot from last year’s record-breaking 52-46 Alabama win over Florida.

The Bulldogs have the best defense in college football by a wide margin. I expect them to take care of the Crimson Tide for most of this game. Alabama’s offensive line will struggle, and the run game may be without its best athlete.

RB Brian Robinson Jr. was injured for the Tide in the Iron Bowl, and he's considered questionable. If he doesn’t suit up, Alabama will be down to just one scholarship running back on the roster. If he does, he will still likely be limited due to his injury.

On the other side, Georgia’s offense has been complementary all year. QB Stetson Bennett can’t take over a game, and Alabama’s defense should be able to contain his weapons.

I like Georgia to win a low-scoring SEC Championship as it clinches the top seed in the College Football Playoff.

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Oregon-Utah Under 57.5 (-106)

With the way these teams are trending, I like Utah to win. Oregon’s offense has been lacking, and the Ducks are well out of the CFP hunt. Utah crushed Oregon 38-7 in Week 12, and it will be looking to earn the right to play in the Rose Bowl.

I like the Under because Oregon’s offense will likely struggle again. Utah brought the house the last time these teams played, and it paid off for the Utes. If Oregon can’t get on the board consistently, Utah will have to score at least 40 points for the Over to hit. The Utes can do that, but it is unlikely given the weather conditions and Utah’s style of play.

Utah will get a few scores due to good field position, but this should be lower scoring.

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Pittsburgh (-152)

Wake Forest had a nice run to start the year, but things have fallen flat over the past month. Inept defensive play caught up to the Demon Deacons, and the potent offense was not enough to make up for it. 

Pittsburgh has one of the top quarterbacks in the country in Kenny Pickett. Pickett has 40 passing touchdowns and 4,066 yards, and he shares the fourth-best odds to win the Heisman Trophy.

As long as Pittsburgh’s defense can get a few stops, the Panthers should win this game. Pickett will torch Wake Forest’s defense and carry the Panthers to victory.

SEE ALSO: Pittsburgh vs. Wake Forest

Combined odds: Georgia-Alabama Under 49.5 (-114) + Oregon-Utah Under 57.5 (-106) + Pittsburgh (-152) = +504

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Picks made on 12/02/21 at 12:30 p.m. ET.