Week 10 college football action at BetCris begins on Tuesday, November 1 with two games as #17 Western Michigan visits Ball State on ESPN 2 while Bowling Green is at Northern Illinois on ESPN U. There is one game on Wednesday, November 2 as Toledo visits Akron on ESPN 2. Thursday, November 3 action includes #12 Oklahoma at Iowa State on ESPN and UCLA visiting #21 Colorado on FS1. There are three games on Friday, November 4 including San Jose State at #24 Boise State on ESPN 2.
The Week 10 action on Saturday, November 5 features a number of excellent games including #1 Alabama at #15 LSU on CBS, #9 Nebraska at #6 Ohio State on ABC and #4 Washington at California on ESPN.
College Football Week 10 Opening Odds at BetCris
Bowling Green at Northern Illinois (-15.5)
Western Michigan (-18.5) at Ball State
Toledo (-9) at Akron
Buffalo at Ohio (-19.5)
Arkansas State at Georgia State (OFF)
Oklahoma (-19.5) at Iowa State
UCLA at Colorado (-11)
Central Michigan (-3.5) at Miami Ohio
Temple (-10.5) at Connecticut
San Jose State at Boise State (-28)
Navy at Notre Dame (-5.5)
Texas State at Appalachian State (-31.5)
BYU (-8.5) at Cincinnati
Air Force at Army (OFF)
Louisville (-25) at Boston College
Purdue at Minnesota (-16.5)
Virginia Tech (-12) at Duke
Syracuse at Clemson (-26)
Kansas at West Virginia (-34.5)
Indiana (-11.5) at Rutgers
Michigan State at Illinois (OFF)
Florida State (-7.5) at NC State
Maryland at Michigan (-30.5)
Virginia at Wake Forest (-2.5)
Oklahoma State at Kansas State (-1.5)
East Carolina at Tulsa (-7)
Texas San Antonio at Middle Tennessee State (-17.5)
Charlotte at Southern Miss (-19.5)
TCU at Baylor (-10)
Pittsburgh at Miami (-3.5)
Georgia Tech at North Carolina (-11)
Vanderbilt at Auburn (-24.5)
Georgia (-3) at Kentucky
Florida at Arkansas (OFF)
Fresno State at Colorado State (-14.5)
Georgia Southern at Mississippi (-27.5)
Massachusetts at Troy (-22)
Florida Atlantic at Rice (-2.5)
Utah State at Wyoming (-7)
Missouri at South Carolina (-6.5)
South Alabama (-13) at UL Monroe
Idaho at UL Lafayette (-5.5)
Florida International at Western Kentucky (-26.5)
Louisiana Tech (-19.5) at North Texas
Washington (-15.5) at California
Oregon at USC (-15)
Marshall at Old Dominion (-8)
Hawaii at San Diego State (-21)
Texas at Texas Tech (OFF)
Texas A&M (-12) at Mississippi State
Memphis (-3.5) at SMU
Iowa at Penn State (-6.5)
Oregon State at Stanford (-14)
Arizona at Washington State (-15.5)
Alabama (-7.5) at LSU
Wisconsin (-5.5) at Northwestern
Nebraska at Ohio State (-13.5)
Nevada at New Mexico (-14)
Tulane at Central Florida (-15)
#1 Alabama Crimson Tide at #15 LSU Tigers - 8:00 pm CBS
The Alabama Crimson Tide are in the spotlight yet again as they visit the LSU Tigers on Saturday night in a matchup of Top 15 teams. The Crimson Tide are unbeaten at 8-0 and they have also been very good against the spread going 6-2. The Crimson Tide are simply loaded as they are averaging almost 44 points per game which is 8th best in the country while allowing just under 15 points per game which is 4th best in the nation.
The Tigers are 5-2 but since Ed Orgeron took over they look like a new team as they have won their past three games scoring 42, 45 and 38 points. New offensive coordinator Steve Ensminger has turned this offense into a force with Leonard Fournette running it and Danny Etling throwing it.
The Crimson Tide have won the last five meetings in this series but LSU should have won in 2012 and in 2014. Nick Saban is 7-3 against his former team, winning by an average margin of 7 points per game.
#9 Nebraska Cornhuskers at #6 Ohio State Buckeyes - 8:00 pm ABC
This is a top 10 matchup between Big 10 schools but it has definitely lost some of its luster as Nebraska was beaten last week by Wisconsin while Ohio State lost two weeks ago to Penn State. The Buckeyes have not been a good team of late against the spread dropping their last four. That hasn’t stopped the public from betting on them though and this week the Buckeyes are laying more than two touchdowns.
Nebraska played well last week but they couldn’t get the win at Wisconsin and now they have the difficult task of facing Ohio State on the road where they have not won. The only previous meeting between the teams in Columbus was in 2012 when the Buckeyes won 63-38.
Nebraska is scoring 32 points per game and allowing just over 18 points per contest. Ohio State is scoring almost 43 points per game while allowing about 15 per contest.
#4 Washington Huskies at California Golden Bears - 10:30 pm ESPN
The Huskies are poised to make the College Football Playoff as long as they don’t stumble somewhere along the way. They face a dangerous game on Saturday night against a California team that is 2-0 this season against ranked teams. The Golden Bears upset Texas and Utah earlier this season. California is just 1-2 in three tries against Washington under head coach Sonny Dykes.
Last year it was California winning 30-24 as Washington turned the ball over five times. It may take that many turnovers again for Cal to have any chance at home on Saturday night. The Cal defense simply can’t stop anyone and Washington should challenge the 50 point mark in this one.
Washington is scoring just over 46 points per game which is 4th best in the country and they are allowing just about 16 points per game which is 7th best. The Golden Bears are scoring just over 41 points per game but they are allowing nearly 42 per contest.
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