Let’s take a closer look at six games in the next round of action, while examining other college football odds being offered in the marketplace.
Opening number at Bookmaker sportsbook is represented in parentheses (Road team vs. Home team)
Ohio State Buckeyes -14 vs. Michigan Wolverines
Ohio State has won a school-record 23 straight games, while Michigan has interrupted undefeated seasons for its biggest rival five previous times in this Big Ten Conference matchup.
College football handicappers will find that the favorite is 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings in this series.
Alabama Crimson Tide -10 (-9.5) vs. Auburn Tigers
Alabama has held 43 of its last 64 opponents under 100 rushing yards, which is important to consider due to Auburn leading the Southeastern Conference in averaging 320.3 yards per game on the ground.
In the last eight meetings in this series, the favorite has come away with the cash six of eight times.
Baylor Bears -12.5 (-14) vs. TCU Horned Frogs
Baylor had its school-record 13-game winning streak snapped last Saturday, while TCU has won eight consecutive regular-season contests following an open date.
Sports bettors will find that the Bears are 1-5 ATS in the last six meetings in this series.
Penn State Nittany Lions vs. Wisconsin Badgers -24 (-23.5)
Penn State has alternated wins and losses over its last 10 games, while Wisconsin has compiled a 27-4 SU record in its last 31 regular season games after Nov. 1.
The favorite has covered the number in eight consecutive meetings in this Big Ten rivalry.
Clemson Tigers vs. South Carolina Gamecocks -5 (-6)
Clemson has scored 50 or more points a school-record five times this season, while South Carolina owns the nation’s longest home winning streak of 17 games.
It’s important to point out that the Tigers are 0-4 ATS in their last four meetings with the Gamecocks.
UCLA Bruins vs. USC Trojans -4 (-3.5)
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley sits in fourth place in the school’s single-season total offense list at 3,144 yards, while USC has won six of seven games under interim head coach Ed Orgeron.
The series is 11-11-1 when both teams enter this crosstown ranked in the AP poll. Be sure to keep that rivaly record in consideration when making your college football picks this week.
Western Michigan vs. Northern Illinois -34.5 (-33.5)
New Mexico vs. Boise State -35