Let’s take a closer look at six games in the next round of action, while examining other college football odds that are being offered in the marketplace.
Opening number at Bookmaker sportsbook is represented in parentheses (Road team vs. Home team)
USC Trojans vs. Oregon State Beavers -4.5 (-2)
USC will be playing just its third Friday game since 1999, while Oregon State was held to under 30 points for the first time this season last week.
College football handicappers will find that the home team is 7-1 ATS in the last eight meetings in this series.
Georgia Bulldogs -2.5 vs. Florida Gators *Neutral field*
Georgia is aiming for three consecutive wins in this series for the first time since 1987-89, while all three of Florida’s losses have come on the road versus ranked opponents in 2013.
The favorite has covered the number in four of the last five meetings between these SEC rivals.
Miami Hurricanes vs. Florida State Seminoles -22 (-21)
Miami has compiled a 12-5 SU record when appearing at a ESPN College GameDay site, while Florida State looks to win its 12th consecutive game against an ACC opponents.
It’s important to point out that the underdog is 11-0 ATS in the last 11 meetings in this series. Given these circumstances, where do you believe that the best value lies for your college football picks?
North Carolina Tar Heels -3 vs. NC State Wolfpack
North Carolina will attempt to win back-to-back games for the first time in the 2013 season, while NC State looks to bounce back after suffering a blowout loss to the Florida State Seminoles.
In the last 10 meetings in this in-state rivalry, the underdog has come away with the cash eight times.
Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders -1.5 (+2.5)
Oklahoma State has scored 20-plus points in 46 consecutive games, as it attempts to win its fifth straight meeting against Texas Tech—winning those affairs by an average of 30.5 points.
Sports bettors will find that the Red Raiders are 1-7 SUATS in November the last two-plus seasons.
Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. South Carolina Gamecocks -12.5 (-11.5)
Mississippi State will try to snap a six-game losing streak in this series, with the losses coming by an average of 10.7 points, while South Carolina will try to build on its 27-24 double-overtime win over the Missouri Tigers as three-point road underdogs last week.
The UNDER is 3-1-1 in the last five games between these SEC foes.
Cincinnati -3 (-5) vs. Memphis
South Florida vs. Houston -17 (-10.5)
Rice vs. North Texas -5.5 (-2.5)
UL Monroe vs. Troy -3
Arizona State -11.5 (-13.5) vs. Washington State
Clemson -16.5 (-20) vs. Virginia
Virginia Tech -5 (-6) vs. Boston College
Eastern Michigan vs. Toledo -28.5 (-28)
Northern Illinois -22.5 (-24) vs. Massachusetts
Kent State -1 (-2.5) vs. Akron
Temple vs. Rutgers -13.5 (-14)
Illinois vs. Penn State -10
Pittsburgh vs. Georgia Tech -10
Wake Forest vs. Syracuse -3.5 (-3)
Western Kentucky -19.5 (-19) vs. Georgia State
Tennessee vs. Missouri -11 (-13)
Iowa State vs. Kansas State -16 (-14)
Southern Miss vs. Marshall -28.5
UTEP vs. Texas A&M -45.5
MTSU -5.5 (-6) vs. UAB
UTSA vs. Tulsa -3 (-3.5)
West Virginia vs. TCU -13.5 (-14)
Arizona -16 (-14.5) vs. California
Wisconsin -9.5 (-7) vs. Iowa
Michigan vs. Michigan State -4.5 (-3.5)
Ohio State -30.5 (-31) vs. Purdue
Minnesota vs. Indiana -9.5 (-7)
Colorado vs. UCLA -26.5 (-24)
Navy vs. Notre Dame -17
Auburn -9 (-10) vs. Arkansas
Northwestern -7.5 (-7) vs. Nebraska
San Jose State -3.5 (-2.5) vs. UNLV
New Mexico State vs. UL Lafayette -30.5 (2-7)
Texas State -10 (-13) vs. Idaho
Kansas vs. Texas -28 (-27)
Tulane vs. Florida Atlantic -4 (-3)
East Carolina -21.5 (-20) vs. FIU
Nevada vs. Fresno State -20.5 (-23)
Boise State -10 (-7) vs. Colorado State
New Mexico vs. San Diego State -15 (-17)