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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)
Florida State Seminoles -3 vs. Clemson Tigers
Florida State has scored 40-plus points in its first five games of a season for the third time in school history, while Clemson has won 11 consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference affairs.
Sports bettors will find that the Tigers are 4-2 SU and 5-1 ATS as underdogs since 2011.
Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Alabama Crimson Tide -28
Arkansas is the only team in the country to play preseason Top 10 teams in four consecutive weeks, as it attempts to snap a six-game losing streak against Alabama—losing those games by an average of 24.3 points.
When making their college football picks, sports handicappers will find that the Crimson Tide are 6-0 SU&ATS as favorites of 21.5 to 31 points the last two-plus seasons.
LSU Tigers -7.5 (-9.5) vs. Mississippi Rebels
LSU is bowl eligible for a 14th straight year, as it prepares to take on a Mississippi squad that is 59-143-2 SU all time versus ranked teams.
Over the last two-plus seasons, the Tigers are 8-1 SU and 6-3 ATS as sports betting road favorites.
UCLA Bruins vs. Stanford Cardinal -5 (-7)
UCLA started a pair of true freshman on the offensive line for the first time in school history last Saturday, but quarterback Brett Hundley still managed to throw for a career-high 410 yards.
Stanford will be looking to bounce back from its first loss of the 2013 campaign, as it has gotten away from its offensive identity in recent weeks.
The Cardinal are 3-0 SU&ATS as home favorites of 3.5 to 7 points the last two-plus seasons.
USC Trojans vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish -3 (PK)
USC hasn’t lost in South Bend since 2001, as it looks to build off its 38-31 victory over the Arizona Wildcats as 5.5-point home favorites last Thursday.
The Trojans are 0-2 SU&ATS as road underdogs of three points or less the last two-plus seasons.
Washington Huskies vs. Arizona State Sun Devils -3.5 (-3)
Washington running back Bishop Sankey is one of the more dynamic offensive players in the Pac-12, as he’s ran for 100-plus yards in nine of his last 11 games dating back to last season.
Arizona State is averaging 45.8 points at home under second-year head coach Todd Graham.
Since 2011, the Huskies are 2-2 SU&ATS after suffering two or more consecutive losses, with no edge in the betting total (2-2 Over/Under).
Duke vs. Virginia -2 (-3)
Army vs. Temple -2.5 (-3)
Ohio -17.5 (-17) vs. Eastern Michigan
Ball State -19 (-21) vs. Western Michigan
Northern Illinois -17 (-18.5) vs. Central Michigan
Purdue vs. Michigan State -26.5 (-24.5)
Southern Miss vs. East Carolina -21 (-22)
Texas Tech -7.5 (-9.5) vs. West Virginia
Navy vs. Toledo -7 (-6.5)
Connecticut vs. Cincinnati -14.5 (-16)
SMU vs. Memphis -3 (-2.5)
Colorado State vs. Wyoming -6.5
Auburn vs. Texas A&M -13.5 (-14)
Washington State vs. Oregon -37.5
Indiana vs. Michigan -10.5 (-12)
Syracuse vs. Georgia Tech -9 (-7)
Oregon State -10 (-11) vs. California
Iowa vs. Ohio State -16 (-17)
South Carolina -7.5 (-7) vs. Tennessee
North Texas -5.5 (-4.5) vs. Louisiana Tech
Florida -3 (PK) vs. Missouri
BYU -9.5 (-10) vs. Houston
Arkon -7.5 (-6) vs. Miami OH
Iowa State vs. Baylor -31 (-33)
Oklahoma -23.5 vs. Kansas
TCU vs. Oklahoma State -7 (-6.5)
Rice -17.5 (-20) vs. New Mexico State
Nevada vs. Boise State -21.5
Wisconsin -10 (-11.5) vs. Illinois
Georgia -8.5 (-9.5) vs. Vanderbilt
Utah vs. Arizona -5 (-4.5)
UNLV vs. Fresno State -23 (-20.5)