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College Football Week 5 Opening Odds Report

College Football Week 5 Predictions

The fifth week of the college football season is one that promises to be full of action for a bunch of the top teams in America. Almost all of the top teams in the country are going up against big tests, whether those come against teams that are playing at home and are playing their de facto Super Bowl or against teams that have flat out had their number. One thing is for sure just like every week, and that’s that there are going to be teams that have their title dreams smashed as we wrap up September.

Week 5 Opening College Football Odds

Texas at Iowa State ( + 4 )

Miami at Duke ( + 4.5 )

Nebraska at Illinois ( + 6.5 )

BYU at Utah State ( + 3 )

USC at Washington State ( + 4 )

Charlotte at FIU ( - 10 )

Rice at Pittsburgh ( - 21.5 )

South Florida at East Carolina ( + 24 )

Memphis at Georgia State (OTB )

Syracuse at N.C. State ( - 11.5 )

Eastern Michigan at Kentucky ( - 14 )

Ball State at Western Michigan ( + 4.5 )

Central Michigan at Boston College ( - 8 )

Akron at Bowling Green ( - 1 )

Ohio at UMass ( + 6.5 )

Buffalo at Kent State ( + 4 )

Houston at Temple ( + 14 )

Marshall at Cincinnati ( - 5 )

Baylor at Kansas State ( - 14 )

Maryland at Minnesota ( - 12.5 )

Ohio State at Rutgers ( + 29 )

Iowa at Michigan State ( - 2.5 )

Florida State at Wake Forest ( + 7 )

Northwestern at Wisconsin ( - 13 )

Indiana at Penn State ( - 18 )

Navy at Tulsa ( + 3 )

Connecticut at SMU ( - 17.5 )

Texas State at Wyoming ( - 18.5 )

Colorado at UCLA ( - 7 )

California at Oregon ( - 15 )

Washington at Oregon State ( + 28 )

Coastal Carolina at UL Monroe ( - 11 )

South Carolina at Texas A&M ( - 8 )

Troy at LSU ( - 19.5 )

New Mexico State at Arkansas ( - 18.5 )

San Jose State at UNLV ( - 10.5 )

UTEP at Army ( - 24 )

Vanderbilt at Florida ( - 9.5 )

Georgia at Tennessee ( + 6.5 )

North Texas at Southern Miss ( - 9 )

South Alabama at Louisiana Tech ( - 14 )

Miami (OH ) at Notre Dame ( - 23 )

Middle Tennessee at Florida Atlantic (OTB )

Mississippi State at Auburn ( - 9.5 )

North Carolina at Georgia Tech ( - 10 )

Clemson at Virginia Tech ( + 5.5 )

Air Force at New Mexico (PK )

Ole Miss at Alabama ( - 28 )

Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ( + 11 )

Arizona State at Stanford ( - 15.5 )

Nevada at Fresno State ( - 9 )

Northern Illinois at San Diego State ( - 12 )

Memphis at UCF ( - 3 )

Biggest Point Spread: Ohio State ( - 29 ) at Rutgers – If you want to know why the Buckeyes were still amongst the favorites to win the National Championship in spite of the fact that they were beaten by Oklahoma at home, you only need to look at the fact that they’ve been the biggest favorites of the week in consecutive weeks.

(Second ) Biggest Road Favorite: Washington ( - 28 ) at Oregon State – Normally, this is where we discuss the actual biggest road favorite, but an honorary mention goes out to Washington. The Buckeyes and Huskies are the two biggest road favorites we’ve had all season long in college football.

Fastest Moving Point Spread: Florida International ( - 12.5 ) vs. Charlotte – Sharps obviously had this game pegged before the spread ever came out. The Golden Panthers are double-digit favorites for the first time since November 7, 2015.

Strangest Point Spread: Florida ( - 9.5 ) vs. Vanderbilt – Even after Vandy was run off the field by Alabama 59-0 last week, the Commodores are still only single-digit dogs in the Swamp for the first time since betting lines became widely available in the early-1990s.

Most Surprising Point Spread: Florida State ( - 7 ) at Wake Forest – Oh, how the mighty have fallen. FSU is out of the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2011, and now, they’re only 7-point favorites against one of the worst teams in the ACC.

Most Intriguing Point Spread: Ole Miss ( + 28 ) at Alabama – It’s easy to say that Alabama is the best team in America. It’s also easy to suggest that the Tide just pummeled Vanderbilt and should have no problem doing the same against Ole Miss. But then you have to remember that the Rebels have covered three straight games in this series and haven’t been “rolled” by the Tide by this many points since 2011.