College Football Week 11 Opening Odds

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

By Tom Wilkinson
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Week 11 college football action at BetCris begins on Tuesday, November 8 with two games as Eastern Michigan visits Ball State on CBS Sports Network while #14 Western Michigan is at Kent State on ESPN 2. There are two MAC games on Wednesday, November 9 as Bowling Green visits Akron on ESPN U while Toledo is at Northern Illinois on ESPN 2. Thursday, November 10 action includes #15 North Carolina at Duke on ESPN and #13 Utah at Arizona State on FS1. There is one game on Friday, November 11 as Boston College visits #20 Florida State on ESPN 2.

The Week 11 action on Saturday, November 12 features a number of high profile matchups including #25 Baylor at #9 Oklahoma on ABC, Mississippi State at #1 Alabama on ESPN, #8 Auburn at Georgia on CBS and #2 Michigan at Iowa on ABC.

College Football Week 11 Opening Odds at BetCris

Eastern Michigan at Ball State (-1.5)

Western Michigan (-18) at Kent

Toledo (-6.5) at Northern Illinois

Bowling Green at Akron (-8)

North Carolina (-11.5) at Duke

UL Lafayette at Georgia Southern (-10.5)

Utah (-5.5) at Arizona State

Boston College at Florida State (-22)

Northwestern (-14) at Purdue

Pittsburgh at Clemson (-19)

Cincinnati at Central Florida (-10)

Ohio State (-28) at Maryland

Penn State (-7) at Indiana

Wake Forest at Louisville (-33)

Iowa State (-10.5) at Kansas

SMU at East Carolina (-8.5)

Tulsa at Navy (-1)

Miami Ohio (-10.5) at Buffalo

NC State at Syracuse (OFF)

Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech (-14.5)

Texas Tech at Oklahoma State (-12)

Mississippi at Texas A&M (OFF)

Rice at Charlotte (-10.5)

New Mexico State at Arkansas State (-19.5)

Wyoming (-8) at UNLV

Colorado State at Air Force (-5)

Mississippi State at Alabama (-29)

North Texas at Western Kentucky (-28)

Appalachian State at Troy (PK)

Auburn (-10) at Georgia

Illinois at Wisconsin (-26.5)

Kentucky at Tennessee (-11)

South Carolina at Florida (-14.5)

LSU (-6) at Arkansas

Stanford (-2.5) at Oregon

Army vs. Notre Dame (-13)

Southern Miss at Old Dominion (OFF)

Rutgers at Michigan State (-15.5)

Miami (-10) at Virginia

Texas San Antonio at Louisiana Tech (-20.5)

California at Washington State (-15)

Idaho (-7) at Texas State

USC at Washington (-8)

Oregon State at UCLA (-10.5)

UTEP at Florida Atlantic (-3.5)

Boise State (-18) at Hawaii

Middle Tennessee State at Marshall (OFF)

West Virginia at Texas (-1)

Baylor at Oklahoma (-14)

Minnesota at Nebraska (OFF)

UL Monroe at Georgia State (-12)

Vanderbilt at Missouri (-1)

South Florida (-4) at Memphis

Michigan (-17.5) at Iowa

Tulane at Houston (-24)

Colorado (-15) at Arizona

New Mexico at Utah State (OFF)


San Diego State (-22) at Nevada


#25 Baylor at #9 Oklahoma – 12:00 pm ABC

The Oklahoma Sooners will look to stay unbeaten in the Big 12 as they host the Baylor Bears on Saturday afternoon on ABC. The Sooners are trying to make a late season run at the College Football Playoff but to get there they will have to run the table and get some help as at least one of the top five teams in the country would have to lose.

The Sooners have been explosive on offense as they are 3rd in the nation in yards per at 558 and 7th in points per game at 44.1 per contest. The Sooners do give up a lot of points as they allow nearly 32 per game so this could be a high scoring contest. The Bears are scoring almost 40 points per game while giving up 25 per contest.

Baylor has done extremely well on the road of late in this series going 7-0 ATS in the last 7 games at Oklahoma.

Mississippi State at #1 Alabama – 12:00 pm ESPN

The Bulldogs will try and pull off another shocker on Saturday as they visit the top-ranked Crimson Tide on ESPN. Last week the Bulldogs ruined the season for Texas A&M as they dropped them out of the College Football Playoff. This week the Bulldogs could do the same thing to Alabama but winning against A&M was one thing; winning vs. the Crimson Tide is something else.

The Crimson Tide are averaging about 40 points per game while allowing just about 13 points per contest.

Mississippi State is scoring about 31 points per game but they are allowing nearly 30 per contest.

Betting the under has been the way to go in this series with 14 of the last 17 meetings going under.

#8 Auburn at Georgia – 3:30 pm CBS

The Tigers have a reasonable chance to make the College Football Playoff if they run the table because they still have a game against Alabama remaining that would propel them up the rankings if they win. The Tigers have to first get past Georgia on the road on Saturday. The Tigers are scoring about 35 points per game and giving up 16 per contest.

The Bulldogs are simply not scoring enough points to win games this season as they are putting up just 23.7 per contest. The defense is giving up nearly 26 points per game.

Auburn is 0-4 ATS in their last four meetings at Georgia.

#2 Michigan at Iowa – 8:00 pm ABC

The Wolverines will look to stay unbeaten as they visit the Hawkeyes on Saturday night on ABC. Michigan has benefited from one of the easiest schedules in the country as this is only their third road game of the season. Michigan is scoring 48 points per game and allowing just over 10 per contest but it is hard to know how good the Wolverines are based on their weak schedule.

Iowa is not playing well as they were blown out last week by Penn State. The Hawkeyes are scoring about 27 points per game while allowing 21 per contest.

The Wolverines have gone 5-2 ATS in the last seven meetings against the Hawkeyes.

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