NFL Opening Odds Week 11

NFL Opening Odds Week 11

NFL Week 11 opening odds are out, and here are the top games you need to an eye on this week.

NFL Opening Odds Week 11

Pittsburgh at Cleveland -3

Cleveland managed to sneak past Buffalo 19-16 on Sunday, but the Browns are facing a red-hot Steelers team that has won four straight and has the huge edge in coaching in this AFC North divisional matchup.

Atlanta at Carolina -6

The Falcons jumped all over Drew Brees and the Saints, and if they play like they did this past weekend, Carolina could be looking at its second straight loss after falling to the Packers on Sunday.

Houston at Baltimore -4½

Two of the best young quarterbacks in all of football will be lacing them up in this one, but right now, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are looking like the best team in the AFC and possibly all of football.

Denver at Minnesota NL

The Broncos had a bye on Sunday after dispatching Cleveland two weeks ago, but it won’t matter when they host a Vikings team that is far superior on both sides of the ball in this Week 12 inter-conference clash.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis -3

The Jags got a bye this past weekend after getting humbled at Houston two weeks ago. Jacksonville’s chances of winning this Week 12 AFC South battle look a lot better of Indy’s Jacoby Brissette misses this game after watching the Colts get upset by the lowly Dolphins on Sunday.

Dallas at Detroit NL

The Lions have dropped two straight and five of their last six, including a 20-13 road loss against Chicago on Sunday. With starting quarterback Matthew Stafford out of the lineup, the Lions have no chance of beating Dallas in this affair, even if the Cowboys aren’t necessarily legitimate Super Bowl contenders.

New Orleans -5 at Tampa Bay

Drew Brees suffered a career-high six sacks in the Saints’ stunning upset loss against Atlanta on Sunday, but beating the interception-tossing Jameis Winston and Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks like it will be a walk in the park even though Tampa Bay got a confidence-boosting win over Arizona on Sunday.

Arizona at San Francisco -13½

The Cardinals might have suffered a crushing 30-27, but Arizona clearly has a future star in rookie quarterback Kyler Murray. After putting up a real fight in their 28-25 home loss against the Niners in Week 9, the Cards look like a team that won’t go down without a fight against unbeaten Frisco.

Chicago at L.A. Rams -7

The Bears got past the Lions 20-13 on Sunday to snap a four-game losing streak, but I just can’t bring myself to back any team led by the mediocre Mitch Trubisky. L.A. has dropped four of six, including their 17-12 road loss at Pittsburgh, but the Rams are the pick here, even on the road.

Kansas City -4 at L.A. Chargers

The Chiefs blew what looked like a sure-fire win against Tennessee on Sunday while making Ryan Tannehill look like the second coming of Joe Montana. The Chargers have as much talent as any team in the league, but the Bolts are also the biggest bunch of underachievers around.

Alabama Vs Clemson Part IV

College Football Futures Odds After Tua’s Surgery

Two college football futures odds shaking events happened this past Saturday. First, the Wisconsin Badgers lost to unranked Illinois. Then future first-overall pick Tua Tagovailoa left Alabama’s game with a high-ankle sprain. It’s the same injury he suffered last season. Tide head coach Nick Saban quickly quieted doubters by pointing out that it’s the other ankle this time and required a “tight-rope” procedure to repair. Both Tagovailoa and Saban are expecting a “full and speedy recovery.”

College Football Futures Odds After Tua’s Surgery

How did those two events affect the college football betting futures odds? Wisconsin’s odds to win the 2019 College Football National Championship odds dropped from +2000 to +7500. The Tide’s National Football Championship odds dropped from +245 to +280, although Alabama still remains the odds-on favorite. Tagovailoa’s Heisman odds dipped from -113 to +300 after his surgery, making him a value buy.

Heisman Trophy Odds

Joe Burrow (QB LSU) +155
Jalen Hurts (QB Oklahoma) +220
Tua Tagovailoa (QB Alabama) +300
Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +1000
Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin) +4000
Justin Herbert (QB Oregon) +6600
D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia) +10000
CeeDee Lamb (WR Oklahoma) +10000
Tylan Wallace (WR Oklahoma State) +10000
J.K Dobbins (RB Ohio State) +10000
Sam Ehlinger (QB Texas) +10000
Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +10000
Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +10000
Jake Fromm (QB Georgia) +10000
Kelly Bryant (QB Missouri) +10000
Chuba Hubbard (RB Oklahoma State) +15000
Tee Higgins (WR Clemson) +15000
Jerry Jeudy (WR Alabama) +20000
Najee Harris (RB Alabama) +50000
Ian Book (QB Notre Dame) +50000
Jacob Eason (QB Washington) +75000

College Football National Championship Odds

Alabama +280
Clemson +340
Ohio State +425
LSU +475
Oklahoma +650
Georgia +1600
Penn State +3500
Florida +5000
Auburn +6000
Wisconsin +7500
Oregon +8000
Notre Dame +8000
Utah +10000
Baylor +10000
Minnesota U +15000
Arizona State +15000
Iowa +20000
Wake Forest +20000
Central Florida +25000
Michigan +25000
Michigan State +40000
Memphis +50000
Oklahoma State +50000
Texas +50000
Washington State +50000
Boise State +50000
California +50000
Arizona +50000
Washington +60000
TCU +60000
Nebraska +60000
Iowa State +100000
Texas A&M +100000
USC +100000
SMU +100000
Virginia +100000
Virginia Tech +100000

College Football Week 4 Matchup Odds For Ranked Teams

Odds & TV/Streaming Schedule For Every CFB Week 8 Game

College Football is deep into October action when the contenders separate from the pretenders. Click here for live college football odds. This week’s top tilts include the UCLA Trojans on the road to face the Stanford Cardinal on Thursday night. The fourth-ranked Buckeyes are in Evanston, IL to take on Northwestern. But Saturday has a pair of games featuring two pairs of ranked teams going head-to-head. First, the #12 Oregon Ducks face Pac-12 opponent the #25 Washington Huskies at Husky Stadium in Seattle. Then on Saturday night College GameDay will be at Beaver Stadium in Pennsylvania when #16 Michigan steps up to take on #7 Penn State.

Betting Odds & TV/Streaming Schedule For Every CFB Week 8 Game

8:00 PM South Alabama @ Troy -17, 55½ ESPN2 Chris Cotter, Ray Bentley
7:30 PM ULL @ Arkansas State +6½, 68½ ESPNU Mark Neely, Cole Cubelic
9:00 PM UCLA @ Stanford -7, 53 ESPN Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, Pat McAfee
6:30 PM Marshall @ FAU -5½, 59 CBSSN Jason Horowitz, Danny Kanell
7:00 PM Pittsburgh @ Syracuse +3½, 51½ ESPN Dave Flemming, Jim Mora
8:30 PM 4 Ohio State @ Northwestern +28, 49½ BTN Joe Davis, Brock Huard
10:00 PM UNLV @ Fresno State -16, 53 CBSSN Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor
12:00 PM 3 Clemson @ Louisville +23½, 61 ABC Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky
12:00 PM West Virginia @ 5 Oklahoma -33½, 63 FOX Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt
12:00 PM 9 Florida @ South Carolina +5½, 48 ESPN Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill
12:00 PM Purdue @ 23 Iowa -17½, 48 ESPN2 Beth Mowins, Becht, Boiman
12:00 PM Iowa State @ Texas Tech +7, 55½ FS1 Brian Custer, Robert Smith
12:00 PM Houston @ Connecticut +22, 58½ ESPNU Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia
12:00 PM 11 Auburn @ Arkansas +19, 55½ SECN Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb
12:00 PM 6 Wisconsin @ Illinois +31, 50½ BTN Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen
12:00 PM Georgia Tech @ Miami -18, 46 ACCN Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Eric Wood
12:00 PM Kent State @ Ohio -7½, 61 CBSSN Dave Ryan, Corey Chavous
12:00 PM N.C. State @ Boston College +3½, 51½ ACC RSNs Evan Lepler, Dave Archer
2:00 PM Toledo @ Ball State +2½, 59 ESPN+
2:00 PM Central Michigan @ Bowling Green +11, 53½ ESPN3
2:30 PM Oregon State @ California -11, 51½ P12N Kate Scott, Chad Brown
2:30 PM TCU @ Kansas State +3½, 44 FSN regional Kutcher, Papadakis, Vereen
2:30 PM Northern Illinois @ Miami (OH) +2½, 48½ ESPN+
3:00 PM New Mexico @ Wyoming -19½, 48½ AT&T Sports Drew Goodman, Sed Bonner
3:00 PM Coastal Carolina @ Georgia Southern -6½, 45 ESPN3
3:30 PM 12 Oregon @ 25 Washington +3, 50½ ABC Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge
3:30 PM 2 LSU @ Mississippi State +18, 61 CBS Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson
3:30 PM Temple @ 19 Southern Methodist -7½, 59½ ESPN2 Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek
3:30 PM Tulsa @ 21 Cincinnati -17½, 48 ESPNU Kevin Brown, Andre Ware
3:30 PM 20 Minnesota @ Rutgers +28½, 47½ BTN Lisa Byington, J Leman
3:30 PM Indiana @ Maryland +5½, 59 BTN Mike Monaco, Stanley Jackson
3:30 PM Duke @ Virginia -3½, 45 ACCN Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich
3:30 PM South Florida @ Navy -14½, 51½ CBSSN John Sadak, Randy Cross
3:30 PM North Carolina @ Virginia Tech +3½, 57 ACC RSNs Tom Werme, James Bates
3:30 PM Southern Mississippi @ Louisiana Tech +1, 58 NFLN Rhett Lewis, Ben Leber
3:30 PM ULM @ 24 Appalachian State -15, 67½ ESPN+
3:30 PM Buffalo @ Akron +17½, 48 ESPN3
4:00 PM 18 Baylor @ Oklahoma State -4, 68 FOX Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman
4:00 PM 22 Missouri @ Vanderbilt +21, 56 SECN Dave Neal, DJ Shockley
4:00 PM Middle Tennessee @ North Texas -7½, 59½ Stadium
4:00 PM Charlotte @ Western Kentucky -9½, 48 ESPN+
4:00 PM Old Dominion @ UAB -16, 41½ ESPN+
6:00 PM Kentucky @ 10 Georgia -25½, 47 ESPN Benetti, Gilmore, Kessenich
6:00 PM 17 Arizona State @ 13 Utah -13½, 45 P12N Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth
6:00 PM Maine @ Liberty ESPN+
6:00 PM Rice @ UTSA +4½, 42 ESPN3
7:00 PM Tulane @ Memphis -4½, 59½ ESPN2 Anish Shroff, John Congemi
7:00 PM Colorado @ Washington State -12½, 71 ESPNU Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer
7:00 PM East Carolina @ UCF -33, 62½ CBSSN Ben Holden, Ross Tucker
7:00 PM Kansas @ 15 Texas -21½, 62 Longhorn Net Lowell Galindo, Ahmad Brooks
7:00 PM San Diego State @ San Jose State +8, 46½ Stadium (FB)
7:00 PM Army @ Georgia State +6, 56½ ESPN+
7:00 PM UTEP @ FIU -24, 52 ESPN+
7:00 PM Western Mich @ Eastern Mich +8½, 61½ ESPN+
7:30 PM 16 Michigan @ 7 Penn State -9, 47 ABC Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit
7:30 PM Texas A&M @ Ole Miss +6½, 55½ SECN Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
7:30 PM Florida State @ Wake Forest -2, 69 ACCN Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck
9:00 PM Tennessee @ 1 Alabama -34½, 61½ ESPN Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay
9:30 PM Arizona @ USC -10, 67 P12N Roxy Bernstein, Anthony Herron
10:15 PM 14 Boise State @ BYU +6½, 47 ESPN2 Clay Matvick, Ryan Leaf
10:15 PM Nevada @ Utah State -21, 60 ESPNU Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison
11:00 PM Air Force @ Hawaii +2½, 66½ CBSSN Rich Waltz, Aaron Murray
Bold Predictions for the 2019-20 NBA Season

Bold Predictions for the 2019-20 NBA Season

After an exciting season where a team without LeBron or Steph won the NBA Championship, who’s ready for more basketball? The 2019 NBA preseason tips-off on September 20th before the 74th NBA regular season gets underway on October 22nd.

Bold Predictions for the 2019-20 NBA Season

Lakers Still Lackluster

After the Lakers acquired Anthony Davis, everyone went nuts in La-La Land. All was right in the world again because The King and the top big man in the league had landed in the same spot and that same spot was Hollywood.

Unfortunately, Laker fans will be disappointed again. LA still doesn’t have a real point-guard while AD is more of a walking wounded regular than starting player in the NBA. Oh, they’ll make the playoffs, they just won’t go anywhere.

Clippers Slice and Dice the Rest of the NBA

Kawhi and PG-13 are going to go Friday the 13th on the rest of the NBA this season. Expect the pair to take a chainsaw to their competition. Why? Unlike the Lakers who went all-in for a talented but injury-prone superstar, the Clippers kept players that will flatter Leonard’s and Paul George’s skills.

Celtics Find a Tiny Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow

Boston’s dead, right? Not so fast. The Celtics have an excellent group heading into the season. Kemba Walker, Marcus Smart, Jayson Tatum, and Gordon Hayward should surprise plenty in the dull Eastern Conference. Also, the Bucks didn’t change all that much, which means the tiny pot of gold the Leprechauns are likely to find, a playoff berth, could turn into a giant pot of gold, a trip to the NBA Finals if everything comes together.

In Oakland, Splash Brothers Return to Championship Form

Really? The Warriors won’t 50 games because Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala are gone? Let’s get serious for a moment.

The Golden State Warriors traded for a real point-guard, DeAngelo Russell. That means they can rest Steph Curry. That means Steph will be ready to roll before the playoffs. That means Steph takes the pressure off Kyle. That means Steph can get close to bringing 2015 back. Plus Klay Thompson will be back from knee surgery.

Will Brodie and the Beard Show Up or Fizzle?

It sounds like a match made in heaven. Reunite two superstars. But will having the best backcourt in James “The Beard” Harden and Russell “Brodie” Westbrook equate to wins, especially playoff wins?

The Beard is a seven-time NBA All-Star, won an MVP award in 2017-18 and has made the All-NBA First Team five times. Last season, Harden averaged 36.1 points, 7.5 assists and 6.6 rebounds per game. An eight-time NBA All-Star himself, The Brodie has also won an NBA MVP (2016-17), has been selected to an All-NBA team seven times and was the league scoring champion in 2015 and 2017.

Will there be enough time on the clock for both players to get the looks they desire?

Bold NHL Futures Betting Predictions

Bold NHL Futures Predictions

The 2019 NHL season is on the horizon and if you are betting on NHL futures read my bold 2019-20 NHL futures predictions first.

Bold NHL Futures Betting Predictions

Don’t Bet On The Tampa Bay Lightning To Win the Eastern Conference…

The Tampa Bay Lightning dominated last season. They were so formidable that even on sunny days, the rest of the NHL had to watch out for thunderbolts. But, Tampa’s Lightning became a Naked and Afraid like fire starter spark in the playoffs. That can work on a team’s mind, which is why Tampa’s a bad bet to win the deep Eastern Conference.

…And Don’t Bet On Toronto Maple Leafs To Win the East…

Can anyone help but not dream of pancakes every time they see the Leafs’ logo? Just like the syrup made from their moniker, Toronto will slip away in the playoffs this season. Toronto lost too much during the offseason while, we’re repeating here, the East is deep. Leafs and Lightning bow out early in the postseason just like they did in 2018-2019.

…And Pass On The Boston Bruins

Boston, you say? Sure, they’re a contender, but let’s be real for a moment. The Bruins knocked out Toronto and then skated past Columbus and Carolina. Both those squads are decent, not great, which means if they face the team that will win the Eastern Conference this season in the playoffs, they’ll get smashed like so many tiny piles of Boston baked beans under a pint of Sam Adams from a beer drinker who doesn’t understand how to play Candy Crush.

Back The Caps If You Are Picking An Eastern Conference Winner

Nancy might be after Donny with the impeachment talk, but no fan will want to send the Caps scurrying for cover this season. Washington’s three most important players, Nicklas Backstrom, Alex Ovechkin, and Braden Holtby are all over 30.

The elder Capitals statesmen can still play some ball, though, which means the 2017-2018 Lord Stanley subjects can get it done again. Plus, they play in the calmer Metropolitan than the three-deep Atlantic.

Bet On The Calgary Flames To Engulf The Rest Of The West

The Calgary Flames will surprise the entire West and come out on top. Yes, Calgary bowed out of the playoffs without a fight last year. But they got tougher with the addition of Milan Lucic. If the Flames front office can sign Matthew Tkachuk in a timely manner, they will have the core team that made up the best team in the Western Conference and tied the Sharks for the second-most goals scored.

Monday Morning NFL Week 3 Odds

Monday Morning NFL Week 3 Odds

The biggest news coming out of the second week of NFL action is the injuries to Big Ben and Drew Brees. Both the Steelers and Saints NFL Week 3 odds are off the board right now. Here are the rest of the NFL Week 3 spreads, moneyline odds and over/under betting totals.

Monday Morning NFL Week 3 Odds

Tennessee Titans -1½
Jacksonville Jaguars +103
O/U 40

Denver Broncos +285
Green Bay Packers -7½
O/U 43½

Detroit Lions +285
Philadelphia Eagles -7½
O/U 49

Baltimore Ravens +245
Kansas City Chiefs -6½
O/U 55

Cincinnati Bengals +215
Buffalo Bills -6
O/U 42

Atlanta Falcons +113
Indianapolis Colts -2½
O/U 47½

Oakland Raiders +305
Minnesota Vikings -8
O/U 44

New York Jets +1050
New England Patriots -17½
O/U 46½

Miami Dolphins +1350
Dallas Cowboys -21
O/U 47½

New York Giants +245
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -7
O/U 48

Carolina Panthers -2½
Arizona Cardinals +120
O/U 45½

New Orleans Saints
Seattle Seahawks

Houston Texans +155
Los Angeles Chargers 3½
O/U 47½

Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers

Los Angeles Rams -3
Cleveland Browns +140
O/U 51

Chicago Bears -4
Washington Redskins +173
O/U 41½

College Football Week 4 Matchup Odds For Ranked Teams

College Football Week 4 Matchup Odds For Ranked Teams

College Football Week 4 kicks-off this week here are the spreads and upset moneyline odds for all of the currently ranked teams in the NCAA.

College Football Week 4 Matchup Odds For Ranked Teams

Utah -3½
USC +145

Air Force +260
Boise State -8

Southern Mississippi +18000
Alabama -39

LSU -24½
Vanderbilt +1450

Michigan +150
Wisconsin -3½

California -103
Ole Miss -1

Miami Ohio +22500
Ohio State -40

Auburn +160
Texas A&M -4

Central Florida -12
Pittsburgh +360

Washington -6½
BYU +210

SMU +290
TCU -9½

Oregon -10½
Stanford +320

Old Dominion +5000
Virginia -31

Charlotte +27500
Clemson -41

Oklahoma State +170
Texas -5

Notre Dame +400
Georgia -13½

Colorado +240
Arizona State -7½

UCLA +800
Washington State -19½

2019 WWE Clash of Champions odds, matches, card, date, start time

2019 WWE Clash of Champions odds, matches, card, date, start time

If you need a break from football this weekend, then check out WWE’s Clash of Champions on Sunday night at 7 PM ET. The event returns to the WWE PPV rotation after missing 2018 in lieu of other events. Click here for live WWE Clash of Champions odds.

With a handful of events left on the 2019 slate, and the WWE is pulling out all of the stops. Every champion on the main roster is set to defend their titles at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Now let’s take a closer look at the betting odds on who will walk out of Clash of Champions a winner.

2019 WWE Clash of Champions Odds

WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship

Bayley -140
Charlotte Flair +100

WWE Raw Tag Team Championship

Seth Rollins & Braun Strowman +145
Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler -185

WWE Championship

Seth Rollins -310
Braun Strowman +230

WWE Cruiserweight Championship – Triple Threat Match

Kofi Kingston -175
Randy Orton +135

WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship

Drew Gulak -245
Humberto Carrillo +160
Lince Dorado +635

WWE Intercontinental Championship

The New Day -185
The Revival +145

WWE Raw Women’s Championship

Becky Lynch +115
Sasha Banks -155

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship

Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross
Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville

WWE United States Championship

AJ Styles
Cedric Alexander

Singles Match

Roman Reigns -530
Erick Rowan +350

Updated Heisman Trophy Odds After Week 11

College Football National Championship Odds Week 3

5Dimes college football oddsmakers have released updated NCAA Football National Championship odds.

The 2019 football season is in full swing. The second week of college football helped separate the elite teams from the pretenders.

Top-ranked Clemson dominated against No. 12 Texas A&M, defeating the Aggies 24-10 after the later guaranteed an upset. Second-ranked Alabama trounced New Mexico State 62-10 after taking a 38-0 lead into halftime. No. 3 Georgia brushed off Murray State, winning 63-17. Jalen Hurts has settled into the position of heir apparent to Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray at Oklahoma as the fourth-ranked Sooners took down South Dakota 70-14. No. 5 Ohio State blanked Cincinnati 42-0. Plus No. 6 LSU snuck out of the Lone Star State with a 45-38 victory over No. 9 Texas.

With all of that and more happening here is how our oddsmakers see the 2019 NCAA National Championship field.

College Football National Championship Odds Week 3

Clemson +200
Alabama +280
Georgia +800
Oklahoma +1400
Michigan +1500
LSU +1500
Ohio State +1600
Florida +4500
Auburn +5000
Penn State +5000
Michigan State +5000
Utah +5000
Washington +5000
Wisconsin +5000
Texas +5500
Notre Dame +7500
Oregon +7500
Nebraska +10000
Texas A&M +15000
Florida State +15000
Iowa +20000
Army +20000
Arizona State +25000
Cincinnati +25000
USC +25000
Oklahoma State +25000
Mississippi State +27500
TCU +27500
Iowa State +30000
Memphis +30000
Miami Florida +30000
Baylor +30000
Maryland +35000
Virginia Tech +35000
Washington State +35000
Stanford +40000
Tennessee +50000
Minnesota U +50000
South Florida +50000
Central Florida +50000
Colorado +50000
West Virginia +55000
South Carolina +65000
NC State +65000
Northwestern +75000
Mississippi +75000
SMU +75000
Temple +75000
Texas Tech +75000
UCLA +75000
Virginia +75000
California +75000
Boston College +75000
Arizona +75000
Arkansas +100000
Boise State +100000
BYU +100000
Southern Mississippi +100000
Oregon State +100000
Kentucky +110000
Kansas State +125000
Pittsburgh +125000
Purdue +125000
Tulsa +125000
Syracuse +125000
Western Michigan +150000
Rutgers +150000
Illinois +150000
Duke +150000
East Carolina +250000
Colorado State +250000
Arkansas State +250000
Wyoming +250000
Western Kentucky +250000
Tulane +250000
UTSA +250000
Marshall +300000
North Carolina +300000
Hawaii +300000
Houston +350000
Indiana +350000
Georgia Tech +350000
Buffalo +350000
Coastal Carolina +350000
Troy +500000
Central Michigan +500000
Charlotte +500000
Florida Atlantic +750000
Kansas +750000
Wake Forest +750000
Utah State +750000
Vanderbilt +750000
San Diego State +750000
San Jose State +999999
South Alabama +999999
Rice +999999
Old Dominion +999999
North Texas +999999
Northern Illinois +999999
Navy +999999
Ohio +999999
Middle Tennessee +999999
Nevada +999999
New Mexico +999999
New Mexico State +999999
UAB +999999
Toledo +999999
UL Lafayette +999999
UL Monroe +999999
UNLV +999999
UTEP +999999
Texas State +999999
Kent State +999999
Louisiana Tech +999999
Louisville +999999
Massachusetts +999999
Miami Ohio +999999
Florida International +999999
Eastern Michigan +999999
Fresno State +999999
Georgia Southern +999999
Georgia State +999999
Connecticut +999999
Bowling Green +999999
Ball State +999999
Appalachian State +999999
Air Force +999999
Akron +999999

College Football Week 4 Matchup Odds For Ranked Teams

College Football Spreads, Moneyline Odds, Over/Under Totals – Ranked Team Edition

College Football is cruising into Week 3 and here are all the current betting spreads, moneyline odds and over/under totals that are available for every Top 25 ranked team.

College Football Spreads, Moneyline Odds, Over/Under Totals – Ranked Team Edition

No. 20 Washington State 8½
Houston U +265

No. 6 Ohio State -15
Indiana +475

Pittsburgh U +600
No. 13 Penn State -17

No. 21 Maryland -8
Temple +250

New Mexico +12000
No. 7 Notre Dame -36½

No. 2 Alabama -25½
South Carolina -3500

No. 17 UFC NL

No. 24 USC -5
BYU +170

Arizona State +370
No. 18 Michigan State -12½

No. 19 Iowa -2
Iowa State +110

Idaho State
No. 11 Utah -35½
O/U 64

Kent State +9000
No. 8 Auburn -35

No. 9 Florida -9
Kentucky +275

No. 16 Texas A&M -43½
O/U 63

Northwestern State
No. 4 LSU -56
O/U 66

Hawaii +1000
No. 23 Washington U -21

Florida State +240
No. 25 Virginia -7½

No. 5 Oklahoma -21½
UCLA +1075

No. 12 Texas -30½
Rice +4500

Portland State
No. 22 Boise State -31½

No. 15 Oregon -28½
O/U 64

Click here for the latest College Football AP rankings.