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College Football Upset Picks: Washington St. over Arizona?


We’re into the nitty-gritty of the season in college football betting action, and we’re starting to get a bit of a feeling for who all of these teams really are. Join us for our teams that are on upset alert for Week 9 College Football Picks of the campaign.

UPSET #1: South Carolina Gamecocks (+575 ML) @ Auburn Tigers

Could the Tigers be caught napping here? They’re coming off of a bye week, and they’re in the midst of a bit of a sandwich of Mississippi schools. That game next week against the Ole Miss Rebels on the road has to be of utmost concern for Head Coach Gus Malzahn and the gang, but in the end, this game can’t be lost either. We’re getting a really good price on a South Carolina team which we can’t imagine is really all this bad. If Auburn is slowed down even just a bit by a much-maligned Gamecocks defense, this could end up being a longer day than it really should be.

We’ve seen some miracles at Jordan-Hare Stadium, and we might need to see another one for the Tigers to keep their hopes alive of playing in the first college football playoff.


UPSET #2: Washington State Cougars (+125 ML) vs. Arizona Wildcats 

The Wildcats are still ranked in the Top 15 in the land, but goodness help us as to why they are. Washington State is a very, very sharp team in this one, and for good reason. The Wildcats needed a Hail Mary right at the very end to beat the Cal Golden Bears, and that’s the same Cal team which played to a 60-59 game when it played against its mirror team, this Wazzu outfit.

QB Connor Halliday will almost surely throw for at least 400 or 500 yards in this one, and if Arizona isn’t ready, this could be its second loss in a Pac-12 game without playing any of the really big boys yet.


UPSET #3: West Virginia Mountaineers (+1) @ Oklahoma State Cowboys

We absolutely hate taking teams ranked in the Top 25 when they are underdogs to teams which aren’t ranked in the Top 25. That said, Oklahoma State was a Top 25 team last week, and there’s a reason that it fell all the way out of the rankings after getting embarrassed by the TCU Horned Frogs. QB Clint Trickett has thrown for at least 300 yards in all seven of his games this year, and the Mountaineers have once again proven that they are legit. Okie State is having all sorts of problems up front along the offensive line, and the Mountaineers are going to take full advantage of that when this one kicks off.

Stillwater is going to be a sad place for the rest of the fall, and the boys from Morgantown are going to be the next ones up to make life miserable for the Pokes. WVU cements its status as a bowl team with a win in this game, and it takes one step closer towards legitimately contending for the Big XII title.

Heisman Odds 2014: Marcus Mariota & Dak Prescott Favored


Odds To Win The Heisman Trophy 2014:

(updated 10/21/14)

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon) 3/2
Dak Prescott (QB Mississippi State) 9/4
Melvin Gordon (RB Wisconsin) 6/1
Amari Cooper (Alabama WR) 18/1
Everett Golson (Notre Dame) 18/1
Jameis Winston (QB Florida State) 18/1
Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska) 20/1
Bo Wallace (Ole Miss) QB 20/1
J.T. Barrett (Ohio State) QB 20/1
Nick Marshall (QB Auburn) 20/1
Kevin White (West Virginia) WR 25/1
Bryce Petty (QB Baylor) 33/1
Javorius Allen RB (USC) 50/1
Rakeem Cato (QB Marshall) 50/1



We are always ready to take a look at some of the college football futures betting lines. Today, we’re looking at the early Heisman Trophy odds, as we look to see if Jameis Winston can defend his crown, or whether someone else will crop up and steal the honor from him.

Jameis Winston (5/2): What must be noted here about Winston is that there is a lot of baggage here. Remember that no one aside from Archie Griffin has won the Heisman twice in his collegiate career, and as we have seen with so many athletes with off the field issues, the Heisman Trust isn’t going to want to vote for someone who has all sorts of legal problems as Winston may have. The frosh though, was so darn good last year that there really wasn’t much of a choice.

He’s the best player on what is going to open up as the No. 1 team in the country, and just from that standpoint, there is no doubt that Winston needs to be the favorite. It will however be extremely tough to ultimately repeat as the Heisman winner.


Marcus Mariota (5/1): The pivot for the Ducks has elected to come back to school, and that was probably a wise choice considering the plethora of quarterbacks in this year’s NFL Draft. Whether it ultimately helps him become a Heisman Trophy winner this year is still up in the air. The bottom line for Mariota is that Oregon has to win. We know that he is going to come up with all sorts of awesome stats. Last year, he had 31 TDs against four picks, threw for 3,665 yards, and ran for 715 more.

If those are the numbers he puts up this year, Mariota will be in the Big Apple as a Heisman Trophy favorite. The reason he didn’t win the honor last year? Losses to Stanford and Arizona. No matter how good these numbers are, Mariota flat out needs to win if he wants to win the Heisman.

Jacob Coker (OTB): Now here’s an intriguing possibility. Coker was the backup to Winston last year at Florida State before transferring to Alabama. Most figure that he can step right in and be the starter for the Tide, and if that’s the case, why wouldn’t you want to consider him as a Heisman Trophy player? Remember that Winston’s name was nowhere on the board for the first few weeks of last season, but as soon as he hit, he became a popular bet to take home the hardware. Coker is an experienced quarterback who is going to step in and run Nick Saban’s system.

If he can live up to the billing as a legit NFL talent as his former coach, Jimbo Fisher touted him to be, Coker might be able to step in and make a real run at the Heisman Trophy. There’s no doubt that this team is going to win. The question is whether Coker can put up the stats. We think that he can. Keep a close eye on him going forward into the fall.

Oklahoma vs. Tennessee Line, Spread Picks & Score Prediction


The Oklahoma Sooners are very likely to be double-digit favorites every step of the way this year on the college football betting lines, and their path to the first college football playoff should be relatively clear. In spite of the fact that this game against the Tennessee Volunteers is another in which the Sooners are double-digit favorites, there are definitely some concerns that perhaps an upset could be in the cards.



1. Why TENNESSEE will cover the spread: It really seems to happen to Oklahoma a lot. The Sooners have had several seasons wrecked at home. In 2012, they were beaten by Notre Dame and Kansas State. In 2011, it was Texas Tech. In 2009, it was BYU. Could 2014 by the year of the Vols? We know that QB Justin Worley is playing with a lot of confidence right now, and there is a lot of talent on this defense as well.

The key for our money though, is the trick play. Head Coach Butch Jones has already pulled a ton of tricks out of his bag early in the year, and he is going to have to do more of that against the Sooners to pull off this upset. The talent is here for this team, but Tennessee remains a raw unit.

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2. Why OKLAHOMA will cover the spread: Talent means a whole heck of a lot. The Volunteers might be off to a 2-0 start this year, but they haven’t played against a team with the physicality of the Sooners. Oklahoma has dominated and overwhelmed its first two foes this year with its strong offensive line, and that could be how this one plays out as well.

Three backs are already over 100 yards in just two games for the Sooners, and the team has nine rushing TDs already as well. If the Sooners rush for 200-250 yards in this one, it’ll be all over but the crying for the Vols.


3. Total Talk: Four straight Tennessee games have failed to reach the ‘total’, but the ‘over’ is 7-3 in UT’s last 10 road games. Games have come relatively close this year for the Volunteers, and it has been their defense that has kept games ‘under’ the number, not the offense. The Sooners have had games flying past the ‘total’ of late. They are 5-0-1 for ‘over’ backers in their last six, and they are 5-2 for the ‘over’ in their last seven games following an SU win of at least 20 points.

4. Betting Trends OKL/TENN: There isn’t a lot to support backing either of these teams in this game. The Volunteers are just 2-7 ATS in their last nine out of conference, and every time they run up against a team like this outside of the SEC, they seem to get flattened. Oklahoma though, is just 1-5 ATS in its last six against the SEC.


Oklahoma 34 – Tennessee 24

3 College Football Upset Picks For Week 2

Last week we nailed down 2 HUGE +300 moneyline dogs to kick off the season! Three teams have caught our eye on the early Week 2 college football betting lines who might be poised to pick up big time upsets. Join us today as we break down those ugly dogs that could end up providing big time paydays for you.

UPSET #1: USC Trojans (+135 @ Stanford Cardinal) – We really wish that the Trojans were bigger dogs in this game, but either way, we have a lot of confidence that they can get the job done on the road down on “The Farm.” USC blew out Fresno State last week, and though Stanford also disposed of UC-Davis, we just love the look that Head Coach Steve Sarkisian has provided to the Men of Troy.

QB Cody Kessler looks like he could ultimately be the real deal, and his defense behind him could be one of the best in the Pac-12. For the past few years, we have been hearing about how the Trojans are done now that they have gotten their NCAA sanctions from the Reggie Bush fiasco. Just as Stanford got on the map by winning a game at USC, USC might ultimately put themselves back on the map by turning around and upsetting Stanford in Palo Alto.


UPSET #2: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (+220 @ Illinois Fighting Illini)  – Every year, we see Big Ten teams struggle against MAC and Conference USA squads, and this could be no exception. One of the games that flew under the radar last week was the Western Kentucky/Bowling Green duel. The Hilltoppers put up 59 points in that game against a very good Bowling Green side to pull off a mild upset. For our money, the Illini aren’t nearly as good as Bowling Green is, and the offense behind QB Brandon Doughty isn’t going to have to be anywhere near as good this week as it was last week to win.

This could be the biggest day in the history of the Western Kentucky football program, as this team is well on its way to becoming one of the better teams in mid-major football.


UPSET #3: BYU Cougars (+145 @ Texas Longhorns) – The Longhorns are going to be better this year under Head Coach Charlie Strong than they were under Mack Brown in all likelihood, but we still don’t know if they can stop the run. Remember that UT gave up over 500 yards on the ground to the Cougars last year, and QB Taysom Hill and RB Jamaal Williams ran wild against it. Williams was suspended for the opening game of the season, but he is back, and he and Hill should once again have a field day.

Playing in Austin isn’t quite like playing in Provo, but the Cougs, for our money, still have a team capable of winning this game and perhaps winning it handily. We are a bit surprised that BYU is a dog of this magnitude in a game which means a ton to both of squads.

Oregon vs. Michigan State Line, Spread Picks & Score Prediction 2014


The Michigan State Spartans spent the end of last season clamoring that they should have had their shot to play against the Florida State Seminoles for the National Championship. They could make it to the college football playoff this year by running the table, but their biggest hurdle is going to come early in the season in Week 2 when they have to travel to Autzen Stadium to take on the Oregon Ducks, who are also favorites to win it all this year.


OPEN: OREGON -11.5 | CURRENT: OREGON -12 | O/U: 56

1. Why OREGON will cover the spread: The Ducks will cover the spread if they play like the Ducks we have come to know and love. They can run up and down the field with ease, and games like this are what QB Marcus Mariota came back to school for. Mariota though, didn’t end last season on a high note.

Remember that Oregon finished out the regular season going 2-2 SU and 0-4 ATS in its last four games, and when the Ducks ran into the strong defenses of Texas and Stanford, the team scored just a total of 50 points in the two games combined. The offense can do better than that, but will it? That’s the difference between a cover and what could be an outright upset.

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2. Why MICHIGAN STATE will cover the spread: Thirteen starters are back from last season’s team which won the Rose Bowl over Stanford, and these men are hungry to prove that last season wasn’t a fluke whatsoever. QB Connor Cook has now been here and done this, and he is going to be counted upon to play a fantastic game against an Oregon team which will surely score some points.

Remember that Cook is 13-1 as a starter in his career. LB Taiwan Jones and DE Shilique Calhoun legitimately could be leading one of the best five defenses in America, and this could be the toughest task that Oregon’s offense has to face all season long.


3. Total Talk: The Ducks traditionally have totals in the 60s or higher, and in fact, this is going to be the lowest ‘total’ in an Oregon game in three full years. Michigan State has pushed three straight games past the ‘total’ dating back to last year, and it has proven time and time again that it could end up doing just enough offensively to push games past the number.

4. Betting Trends MSU/OREGON: The Spartans are out to prove that they belong, and they did go 2-0 SU and ATS last year against teams ranked in the Top 10 in the country. However, both of those games came in neutral venues. The Ducks have had a great history going against power conference teams outside of the Pac-12. They’re a perfect 5-0 SU and ATS dating back to the 2012 Rose Bowl when they beat the Wisconsin Badgers 45-38, but this is as tough of a test as they will face early in a season since getting beaten by the LSU Tigers to start off that 2011 campaign.


Michigan State 28 – Oregon 26

Notre Dame vs. Michigan Odds, Spread Picks, Score Prediction Week 2


The Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Michigan Wolverines both have to think that this is a year where they can contend for a spot in the college football playoff, and each made their case in Week 1 to be big time players for that honor. However, both are going to be facing much stiffer competition this week, and this is where the rubber will meet the road for the two clubs in a rare night game at Notre Dame, where the Irish are currently 5 point favorites.



1. Why Notre Dame will cover the spread: QB Everett Golson looks really darn sharp. Granted, it was a game against Rice, but Golson threw for 295 yards and two TDs, and he rushed for three scores as well. If there was any fear of him having rust after a year away from the game, that fear has since been squashed. Golson is the real deal, and he has a strong team around him as well.

The Golden Domers don’t have that one receiver or that one back that can prove to give the Wolverines fits, but they do have a number of different players who can light it up. Heck, WR CJ Prosise only had one catch against Rice, but it went for 53 yards and a TD. Golson will use all of his weapons, and that will spread this Michigan defense all game long.

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2. Why Michigan will cover the spread: Save for the year that the Fighting Irish ran the table in the regular season and were a touched team, Michigan has had its way in this series. QB Devin Gardner has had some great games against Notre Dame, and he has a tremendous offensive line in front of him as well. Gardner went 13-of-14 against Appalachian State last week, and he was really never harassed by a Mountaineer defender.

TE Devin Funchess causes matchup nightmares all over the field, and we would be surprised if he didn’t find holes in this edition of the Notre Dame defense. Keep an eye on both RB Derrick Green and RB De’Veon Smith. These two could be the next big thing for the Wolverines, who are much faster and stronger than they were in years past.


3. Total Talk: With all of the talk of how good these two offenses are, you’d figure that this is going to be a high scoring game. Indeed, the betting trends suggest just that. Five of the last seven these two have played at Notre Dame Stadium have gone past the ‘total’, and we have seen some wild endings to games in this rivalry that have produced tons of scores in the closing moments as well. Do keep in mind though, that Notre Dame has played six of its last eight games ‘under’ the closing number.

4. Betting Trends for the game: Notre Dame is 6-3 ATS in its last nine games overall, but it didn’t have a great season from a betting standpoint when Golson was the quarterback two seasons ago. The Wolverines are 5-2 ATS in the last seven in this series, and they could be poised for a big upset on the road.


Michigan 33 – Notre Dame 28

Florida State vs. Oklahoma State Spread Picks & Score Prediction Week 1

The 2014 season kicks off for the defending National Champions in Arlington, where the Florida State Seminoles will square off with a really quality foe in the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

FSU, a team which was dominating for bettors last season on the college football betting lines, is -17.5 to start the season, while the ‘total’ chimes in at 63.


OPEN: FSU -14 | CURRENT: FSU -17.5 | O/U: 63

1. Why FSU will cover the spread: Why wouldn’t Florida State cover the spread? The Seminoles went 11-3 ATS in their perfect 14-0 season, and if you take out a bad half of football against Auburn in the National Championship Game, there aren’t many halves that the team didn’t cover as well. The Seminoles have one of the better offenses in the nation, one which is led by Heisman Trophy holder QB Jameis Winston.

The Noles are going to score their 30+ in this one, and it wouldn’t be shocking if they get into the 40s or the 50s by the time the evening is said and done with. There are questions on defense, but there were questions on offense coming into last season as well, and we see how that all worked out.


2. Why OSU will cover the spread: Rule of thumb has to suggest that Florida State is overrated right now for betting purposes. The Noles are the defending champs, and they are coming off of a year where they brutalized literally everyone they came across. However, we have to remember that the Pokes are going to have some advantages here, the biggest of which is a full offseason to prepare for Florida State.

Okie State is also effectively playing at home. The team does only have 11 returning starters, which has to be a bit concerning, but we know that this is a team which is always chock full of talent under Head Coach Mike Gundy. The Cowboys won’t be easy pushovers.

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3. Take the Over or Under?: This is almost a puzzlingly low number for a ‘total’. Oklahoma State averaged 39.1 points per game last season, and its offense should be every bit as good as it was last year. The Seminoles were one of the few teams in the country to average over 300 passing yards and over 200 rushing yards per game. The end result was 51.6 points per game. It probably won’t be that bad for the Cowboys, but it could end up getting ugly. If you think the Cowboys are getting into the 20s, you have to think that this game is going to end up going past the number.

4. Betting Trends for FSU/OSU: There isn’t a lot of history here at all. These two teams only played against each other once, and that was back in 1985 in a bowl game. The Noles won and covered against the Cowboys by taking a 34-23 decision. This one is obviously played under much different circumstances in Week 1.


Florida State 51 – Oklahoma State 24

Georgia vs. Clemson Odds, Picks, Score Prediction Week 1



The Georgia Bulldogs and the Clemson Tigers both have high hopes this season of being teams which could ultimately contend for spots in the first ever college football playoff. The loser of this opening game between these two though, probably will already see those goals dashed, as we don’t see either one getting through their conference slate unscathed.

The Bulldogs are 7.5-point chalks on the college football lines at home in this opening game of the season, while the ‘total’ chimes in at 57.5.


1. Why Georgia will cover the spread: Clemson just isn’t nearly as talented of a team as it has been the last few seasons. QB Cole Stoudt could end up being a stud of a quarterback, but he isn’t QB Tajh Boyd, and he doesn’t have any receivers like WR DeAndre Hopkins or WR Sammy Watkins, both of which are now expected to be top-notch receivers in the NFL.

The Bulldogs are returning nine starters from a defense which was torched by the Tigers last season in Death Valley, and you can bet that Head Coach Mark Richt is reminding these guys of the 38-35 beating which they took last year that sent them on a bit of a tailspin before the meat and potatoes of the campaign even started.

2. Why Clemson will cover the spread: Stoudt is being billed as the next big thing at Clemson, and Head Coach Dabo Swinney has a knack of bringing in recruiting classes which can be high impact right away. That’s something that the Tigers need, as they have just 11 starters back from last year’s club, four of which are on the offensive side of the ball.

If the Tigers are going to win this one, they’re going to need to do so long their defensive line, where all four of their starters return, including DE Vic Beasley, who is one of the most feared pass rushers in the land.


3. Total Talk: Last season, these two teams opened up with a ‘total’ of 70.5 in Week 1, and not shockingly with a pair of senior quarterbacks and heavy senior-laden offensive units, the game did eke past the number with 73 points. However, this is a much different situation that we are talking about now. There are 16 total starters out of 22 between these two teams on the defensive side of the ball, and that could really end up posing a big problem for two offenses which are breaking in entirely new units, more or less.

4. Betting Trends for the game: There actually is a bunch of history between these two teams, though the only recent game of note was the 38-35 win last year for the Tigers at Memorial Stadium. Georgia had covered four of the previous five duels of these two, but those games date all the way back to 1991. The ‘over’ and the ‘under’ have been relatively split at 3-3 in the last six meetings.



Georgia 27 – Clemson 21

College Football Upset Alerts For Week 1 2014



Early in the season is the best time to get on the bandwagon of some of the big underdogs on the board on the college football betting lines. Check out some live dogs for Week 1 that could bark their way to the bank for you and cash some big moneyline underdog tickets.

1. California Golden Bears (+315) @ Northwestern Wildcats – The Wildcats got some really bad news a couple weeks back when they lost RB Venric Mark, who is transferring from the school. Already without their top wide receiver recruit for the season, this Northwestern offense all of a sudden looks a little shaky. Remember that the Golden Bears are now in the second year of the Sonny Dykes era, and that should give their offense a real jolt after a full offseason of trying to figure out the pace of this system. There are going to be gobs of points to be had in this game for sure.

If Cal can get to 30 or so, there is a real chance that this could end up being a big time upset. There is every reason in the world to believe that the Pac-12 is the superior of these two conferences represented in this game, and though California is towards the bottom of the Pac-12, this is a very winnable fixture.


2. Texas A&M Aggies (+315) @ South Carolina Gamecocks – There is a lot being made over the fact that the Aggies just aren’t going to be the same team without QB Johnny Manziel around any longer, but you have to remember that this was a really good team, even without Johnny Football in there. South Carolina did finish fourth in the nation last season, and by all accounts, this could be an 11-win team this year.

However, we’re searching for some value, and we think we have found it. Head Coach Kevin Sumlin really gets his boys up for games like this. This is where we will see whether A&M was really a one-man show for the last two years or not. We doubt that the Aggies were.

3. Miami Hurricanes (+145) @ Louisville Cardinals – There is a real chance here for the Hurricanes to exact some revenge from that brutal defeat they suffered in the Capital One Bowl last season at the hands of the Cards. Miami doesn’t have the best team in America by any stretch of the imagination, but this is a really talented squad that could challenge in the ACC Coastal Division this year.

Louisville only brings back four starters from a defense that put up dominating statistics last season, and of course, both QB Teddy Bridgewater and Head Coach Charlie Strong are gone as well. This is a line that feels like was set only half considering everything at hand. For our money, “The U” is the better of these two teams, and we think this is going to show in the form of a nice victory for the Canes on Labor Day night.

College Football Over-Under Win Totals 2014

college football over-under wins 2014

Oh baby! The 2014-2015 college football season has a playoff system and we have our first peek at the college football over-under win totals for the regular season.

Now obviously we pay close attention to the true “win” number itself, but your focus must also target the money-lines for these odds. There will be a lot of movement on these odds from 5DIMES over the next 3 months, but at least we know the kick off of a very unique college football betting season is drawing closer.

My initial thoughts:

– USC under 8.5 wins
– VaTech over 7.5 wins
– Stanford over 9.5 wins
– Oregon under 10.5 wins
– UCLA under 9.5 wins


Team 5Dimes
Air Force Falcons
Over 4½ (-230)
Under 4½ (-170)
Akron Zips
Over 5½ (-120)
Under 5½ (-20)
Alabama Crimson Tide
Over 10½ (-135)
Under 10½ (-115)
Arizona Wildcats
Over 6½ (-150)
Under 6½ (+120)
Arizona State Sun Devils
Over 7½ (-115)
Under 7½ (-105)
Arkansas Razorbacks
Over 4½ (-130)
Under 4½ (+110)
Arkansas State Red Wolves
Over 7½ (+155)
Under 7½ (-195)
Appalachian State Mountaineers
Over 3½ (+110)
Under 3½ (-150)
Army Black Knights
Over 5½ (+120)
Under 5½ (-160)
Auburn Tigers
Over 9½ (+130)
Under 9½ (-150)
Ball State Cardinals
Over 7½ (-185)
Under 7½ (+145)
Baylor Bears
Over 9½ (-160)
Under 9½ (+140)
Boise State Broncos
Over 9½ (-130)
Under 9½ (-105)
Boston College Eagles
Over 4½ (-125)
Under 4½ (-105)
Bowling Green Falcons
Over 9½ (-160)
Under 9½ (+120)
Buffalo Bulls
Over 6½ (-120)
Under 6½ (-120)
BYU Cougars
Over 9½ (+100)
Under 9½ (-130)
California Golden Bears
Over 2½ (-140)
Under 2½ (+120)
Central Michigan Chippewas
Over 5½ (-135)
Under 5½ (-105)
Cincinnati Bearcats
Over 8½ (-120)
Under 8½ (-120)
Clemson Tigers
Over 8½ (+100)
Under 8½ (-120)
Colorado Buffaloes
Over 4 (-120)
Under 4 (-110)
Colorado State Rams
Over 6½ (-175)
Under 6½ (+155)
Connecticut Huskies
Over 3½ (-155)
Under 3½ (+115)
Duke Blue Devils
Over 8½ (+135)
Under 8½ (-155)
East Carolina Pirates
Over 6½ (-130)
Under 6½ (-110)
Eastern Michigan
Over 2½ (+160)
Under 2½ (-210)
Florida Gators
Over 7½ (-120)
Under 7½ (+100)
Florida Atlantic Owls
Over 5½ (-150)
Under 5½ (+120)
FIU Golden Panthers
Over 2½ (-150)
Under 2½ (+110)
Florida State Seminoles
Over 11½ (+110)
Under 11½ (-140)
Fresno State Bulldogs
Over 7½ (-135)
Under 7½ (+115)
Georgia Bulldogs
Over 9½ (-125)
Under 9½ (+105)
Georgia Southern Eagles
Over 4½ (+110)
Under 4½ (-150)
Georgia State Panthers
Over 2½ (+150)
Under 2½ (-190)
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Over 6½ (-140)
Under 6½ (+120)
Hawaii Warriors
Over 3½ (-215)
Under 3½ (+165)
Houston Cougars
Over 8½ (-150)
Under 8½ (+110)
Idaho Vandals
Over 3½ (-150)
Under 3½ (+110)
Illinois Fighting Illini
Over 5 (+100)
Under 5 (-130)
Indiana Hoosiers
Over 5½ (+115)
Under 5½ (-135)
Iowa Hawkeyes
Over 8½ (+115)
Under 8½ (-135)
Iowa State Cyclones
Over 3½ (-140)
Under 3½ (+120)
Kansas Jayhawks
Over 3 (-140)
Under 3 (+120)
Kansas State Wildcats
Over 7½ (-145)
Under 7½ (-125)
Kent State Golden Flashes
Over 4½ (-175)
Under 4½ (+135)
Kentucky Wildcats
Over 4 (+100)
Under 4 (-130)
Louisiana Tech Bulldogs
Over 5½ (-190)
Under 5½ (+150)
UL Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns
Over 9½ (-110)
Under 9½ (-130)
UL Monroe Warhawks
Over 5½ (-210)
Under 5½ (+160)
Louisville Cardinals
Over 8 (-135)
Under 8 (+105)
LSU Tigers
Over 9 (-120)
Under 9 (+100)
Marshall Thundering Herd
Over 10½ (-210)
Under 10½ (+160)
Maryland Terrapins
Over 6½ (+115)
Under 6½ (-135)
Massachusetts Minutemen
Over 1½ (-155)
Under 1½ (+115)
Memphis Tigers
Over 4½ (-190)
Under 4½ (+150)
Miami Hurricanes
Over 7½ (-135)
Under 7½ (+115)
Miami Redhawks
Over 2½ (-230)
Under 2½ (+170)
Michigan Wolverines
Over 8 (+105)
Under 8 (-135)
Michigan State Spartans
Over 9½ (+110)
Under 9½ (-130)
Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders
Over 6½ (-120)
Under 6½ (-120)
Minnesota Golden Gophers
Over 6½ (-115)
Under 6½ (-135)
Mississippi State Bulldogs
Over 7½ (+120)
Under 7½ (-140)
Missouri Tigers
Over 7½ (-130)
Under 7½ (+110)
Navy Midshipmen
Over 8½ (-130)
Under 8½ (-110)
NC State Wolfpack
Over 5½ (-135)
Under 5½ (+115)
Nebraska Cornhuskers
Over 8 (-110)
Under 8 (-110)
Nevada Wolf Pack
Over 6 (-105)
Under 6 (-115)
New Mexico Lobos
Over 4½ (+105)
Under 4½ (-145)
New Mexico State Aggies
Over 2½ (-165)
Under 2½ (+125)
North Carolina Tarheels
Over 8 (-125)
Under 8 (-105)
North Texas Mean Green
Over 5½ (-190)
Under 5½ (+150)
Northern Illinois Huskies
Over 9½ (+120)
Under 9½ (-160)
Northwestern Wildcats
Over 7½ (+115)
Under 7½ (-135)
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Over 7½ (-125)
Under 7½ (+105)
Ohio Bobcats
Over 6½ (+135)
Under 6½ (-175)
Ohio State Buckeyes
Over 10½ (-130)
Under 10½ (+110)
Oklahoma Sooners
Over 10½ (-110)
Under 10½ (-110)
Oklahoma State Cowboys
Over 7½ (+110)
Under 7½ (-130)
Old Dominion Monarchs
Over 5½ (+160)
Under 5½ (-210)
Ole Miss Rebels
Over 8 (-110)
Under 8 (-120)
Oregon Ducks
Over 11 (+100)
Under 11 (-130)
Oregon State Beavers
Over 7 (-115)
Under 7 (-105)
Penn State Nittany Lions
Over 7½ (-125)
Under 7½ (+105)
Pittsburgh Panthers
Over 7½ (+120)
Under 7½ (-140)
Purdue Boilermakers
Over 3½ (-110)
Under 3½ (-100)
Rice Owls
Over 6½ (+100)
Under 6½ (-140)
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Over 4 (-110)
Under 4 (-120)
San Diego State Aztecs
Over 6½ (+120)
Under 6½ (-160)
San Jose State Spartans
Over 5½ (+160)
Under 5½ (-210)
South Alabama Jaguars
Over 7½ (-120)
Under 7½ (-120)
SMU Mustangs
Over 5½ (+240)
Under 5½ (-320)
South Carolina Gamecocks
Over 9½ (+105)
Under 9½ (-125)
South Florida Bulls
Over 4½ (-195)
Under 4½ (+155)
Southern Miss Golden Eagles
Over 3½ (-120)
Under 3½ (-120)
Stanford Cardinal
Over 8½ (-130)
Under 8½ (+110)
Syracuse Orange
Over 5½ (-140)
Under 5½ (+110)
TCU Horned Frogs
Over 7½ (-130)
Under 7½ (+100)
Temple Owls
Over 4½ (-135)
Under 4½ (-105)
Tennessee Volunteers
Over 5½ (-135)
Under 5½ (+115)
Texas Longhorns
Over 7½ (-105)
Under 7½ (-125)
Texas A&M Aggies
Over 7 (-110)
Under 7 (-120)
Texas State Bobcats
Over 5½ (+105)
Under 5½ (-145)
Texas Tech Raiders
Over 6½ (-145)
Under 6½ (+125)
Toledo Rockets
Over 7½ (-120)
Under 7½ (-120)
Troy Trojans
Over 6½ (+140)
Under 6½ (-180)
Tulane Green Wave
Over 4½ (+135)
Under 4½ (-175)
Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Over 5½ (+120)
Under 5½ (-160)
UAB Blazers
Over 3½ (+110)
Under 3½ (-150)
UCF Knights
Over 8½ (+110)
Under 8½ (-150)
UCLA Bruins
Over 9½ (-115)
Under 9½ (-105)
UNLV Rebels
Over 4 (-120)
Under 4 (-110)
USC Trojans
Over 9 (+100)
Under 9 (-130)
Utah Utes
Over 5 (-105)
Under 5 (-125)
Utah State Aggies
Over 9 (+100)
Under 9 (-130)
UTEP Miners
Over 2½ (-180)
Under 2½ (+140)
UTSA Roadrunners
Over 6½ (-150)
Under 6½ (+110)
Vanderbilt Commodores
Over 5½ (-115)
Under 5½ (-115)
Virginia Cavaliers
Over 3½ (+110)
Under 3½ (-130)
Virginia Tech Hokies
Over 8 (-115)
Under 8 (-105)
Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Over 4 (+100)
Under 4 (-130)
Washington Huskies
Over 9 (-125)
Under 9 (+105)
Washington State Cougars
Over 5½ (-130)
Under 5½ (+110)
West Virginia Mountaineers
Over 4½ (-110)
Under 4½ (-110)
Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Over 5½ (+170)
Under 5½ (-230)
Western Michigan Broncos
Over 3½ (-105)
Under 3½ (-135)
Wisconsin Badgers
Over 9½ (-140)
Under 9½ (+120)
Wyoming Cowboys
Over 4½ (+110)
Under 4½ (-150)



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