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College Football Week 11 Odds - ATS Game Predictions

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College football is the most wagered on sport every Saturday and online sportsbooks provide a litany of gambling odds. Check out our live odds and analysis below for every big game on the Week 11 College football odds slate.

While it’s not on the hardwood, the Thursday night football, November 10 gridiron battle between North Carolina and Duke brings with it plenty of intrigue. UNC has gotten the best of the Blue Devils against the betting lines and straight up the last two seasons, but before that, the Dookies won back-to-back meetings. Watch ESPN at 7:30 p.m. ET to see how this one pans out.

Under bettors will no doubt be tuning into ESPN2 at 7:30 p.m. ET for the Friday, November 11 battle between the Florida State Seminoles and Boston College Eagles with each of the last two meetings combining to fall well short of the total per the closing college football betting lines. FSU took an ugly 14-0 game last year in Chestnut Hill to win their sixth straight, but BC had covered the previous two meetings as double-digit underdogs.

Non-divisional Big Ten action headlines the Saturday, November 12 slate with Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan Wolverines invading Kinnick Stadium to battle Kirk Ferentz’s Iowa Hawkeyes in a battle that could hold enormous College Football Playoff ramifications. The home team has won three straight in the recent rivalry, so tune in to ABC at 8 p.m. ET to see if the Hawkeyes can keep that streak intact.

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NCAA Football - Tuesday, November 8, 2016

It's hard to believe that there's only one game this week featuring a pair of Top 25 teams playing against each other, and that's in the Big XII, of all conferences. Baylor and Oklahoma are kicking off the day in what might as well feel like a bit of an undercard game, and the big issue is that so many of the Top 25 are out on the road.

It all starts on Thursday when both North Carolina and Utah are facing potential stumbling blocks. According to the early betting likes with UNC at -11 at Duke and Utah at just -5.5 against Arizona State, it's basically a 50/50 proposition if one of these two teams are going to end up getting upset.

But the real fun begins on Saturday, and it starts with some fringe contenders facing some really tough challenges. In the Big Ten, we've got Nebraska playing against a dangerous Minnesota team in a game that is likely to be played without Tommy Armstrong Jr. while Penn State is at Indiana and is only -7, a sure sign that an upset could be brewing. Auburn visits Georgia, while Ohio State is at Maryland, and if you want proof of just how dangerous those road games could be, go back and look at what happened to Texas A&M at Mississippi State in Week 10.

In the night games, LSU/Arkansas has the potential to give the Hogs a second straight Top 15 scalp at home, while Michigan's potentially biggest test of the season to date comes at Iowa in front of what should be a packed house at Kinnick Stadium.

Keep a close eye on the Pac-12 as well. Colorado faces a potentially scary game at Arizona, while Washington, though playing at home, is going to be taking on a USC team that is quietly one of the hottest in America at the moment.

Eastern Michigan at Ball State, Scheumann Stadium - 7:30 p.m. ET ( CBSSN )

Opening Line: Ball State -1.5

Preview: The Eastern Michigan Eagles and Ball State Cardinals are both out of the MAC title race, but they both still have bowl eligibility in their sights. This Week 11 game between each other in the MAC West is going to be crucial for sure in spite of the fact that this it's the undercard game with Western Michigan playing simultaneously. Continue...

Western Michigan at Kent State, Dix Stadium - 7:30 p.m. ET ( ESPN2 )

Opening Line: Western Michigan -18

Preview: If the season stopped right now, the Western Michigan Broncos would be on their way to the New Year's Six to take on one of the top dogs in the nation. That said, there's a long way left to go, but at least this is the very last road game of the season coming up in Week 11. The Broncos take on the Kent State Golden Flashes, and if they win this one, they should easily stroll to 11-0 going into that crucial tilt to end the regular season with Toledo. Continue...

NCAA Football - Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Bowling Green at Akron, InfoCision Stadium - 8 p.m. ET ( ESPNU )

Opening Line: Akron -8

Preview: To say that it's been a frustrating season for the Bowling Green Falcons would be an understatement. The team is just 1-8 a year after winning the conference title, and there's just no end to this downfall in sight. The Falcons – still winless against FBS competition this year – play their last roadie of the season in Week 11 against the Akron Zips. Continue...

Toledo vs. Northern Illinois, U.S. Cellular Field - 8 p.m. ET ( ESPN2 )

Opening Line: Toledo -6.5

Preview: The Toledo Rockets are rolling right now. They're 7-2 overall and 4-1 in conference play, and the argument could still be made for them having an extremely outside shot of reaching the New Year's Six as the top team from the Group of Five. Obviously, winning out is a prerequisite for that, and a victory over the Northern Illinois Huskies in Chicago in Week 11 shouldn't do anything to deter the ultimate goal of winning the MAC West. Continue...

NCAA Football - Thursday, November 10, 2016

North Carolina at Duke, Wallace Wade Stadium - 7:30 p.m. ET ( ESPN )

Opening Line: North Carolina -11.5

Preview: This time of year, fans of the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels are more excited about what their teams are about to do on the hardwood than what they're doing on the football field. Still, with these two rivals on the field together, anything can happen, especially on a Thursday night in Durham in Week 11. Continue...

Louisiana Lafayette at Georgia Southern, Allen E. Paulson Stadium - 7:30 p.m. ET ( ESPNU )

Opening Line: Georgia Southern -10

Preview: The triple option teams are some of the toughest to handicap in the nation, because you just never really know how the week of practice went for the team that's trying to defend against it. That's why the Georgia Southern Eagles were able to go on the road and come at least remotely close to shocking Ole Miss last week and why they were beaten by 24 the week prior at home against Appalachian State. Now, the Eagles are up against the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns in Week 11 in what might be a tipping point game for bowl eligibility for both of these teams. Continue...

Utah at Arizona State, Sun Devil Stadium - 9:30 p.m. ET ( FS1 )

Opening Line: Utah -5.5

Preview: In horse racing terms, we're definitely in the stretch run in the college football season, and the chase in the Pac-12 South is still very much so up in the air. Colorado has the slight edge at the moment and feels like it could pull clear at any given moment, but the Utah Utes are still right there and probably need to win their last three to ultimately reach the conference title game. This game against the Arizona State Sun Devils is certainly dangerous in Week 11, particularly playing in Tempe, a place where ASU is 5-0 ATS this season. Continue...

NCAA Football - Friday, November 11, 2016

Boston College at Florida State, Doak Campbell Stadium - 7:30 p.m. ET ( ESPN2 )

Opening Line: Florida State -22

Preview: It isn't often that you see a legitimate Top 10 team playing a home game on a Friday night, but the Florida State Seminoles are trying something a little new this week. Of course, the Seminoles aren't a Top 10 team any longer, and they aren't vying for a spot in the College Football Playoff, but they've definitely got one of the most talented teams in America. In Week 11, they host the Boston College Eagles in what's becoming a tremendous promotion game in Tallahassee. Continue...

NCAA Football - Saturday, November 12, 2016

Tulsa at Navy, Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium - 12 p.m. ET ( CBSSN )

Opening Line: Navy -1

Preview: Any time the Navy Midshipmen can snare a win over Notre Dame, it's a good day. It hasn't happened often over the course of the last half century, but it did happen last Saturday. Now, the Middies are flying high with bowl eligibility already secured, and they can go back to the task at hand of trying to win the AAC West Division and the spot in the league's title game that goes with it. In order to do that though, Navy must get through the Tulsa Golden Hurricane in Week 11 in its final home game of the season. Continue...

South Carolina at Florida, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - 12 p.m. ET ( CBS )

Opening Line: Florida -14.5

Preview: Apparently, it's becoming a thing for Florida Gators coaches to leave and ultimately head to the South Carolina Gamecocks. Steve Spurrier did it and eventually came back to haunt his old mates, and now, Will Muschamp is going to hope to do the exact same thing in Week 11 of the season with UF's SEC East title hopes hanging in the balance. Continue...

Mississippi State at Alabama, Bryant-Denny Stadium - 12 p.m. ET ( ESPN )

Opening Line: Alabama -29

Preview: The Dak Prescott era is no longer in Starkville. With him now making waves as the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, this rivalry will likely resort back to the way it used to be before he called the shots for Dan Mullen’s offense. Mississippi State is off its biggest win of the season having upset Texas A&M as 10 point home underdogs last weekend. In Week 11, they find themselves 30 point underdogs to the No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. Continue...

Baylor at Oklahoma, Memorial Stadium - 12 p.m. ET ( ABC )

Opening Line: Oklahoma -14

Preview: It was so the Baylor Bears to go out and lay an egg against TCU at home last week. 62-22 as touchdown favorites, are you kidding me?! Now they have to hit the Big 12 road in Week 11 for Norman where the streaking Oklahoma Sooners haven’t lost since getting skunked by the Ohio State Buckeyes in mid-September. Linemakers aren’t giving Baylor much of a shot, but do you really trust OU to dominate with as leaky a pass defense it possesses? Continue...

Kentucky at Tennessee, Neyland Stadium - 12 p.m. ET ( SEC Network )

Opening Line: Tennessee -11

Preview: You don't think of the Kentucky Wildcats as a team having a legitimate shot to win the SEC East, but that's definitely still a possibility with as bad as this group of six teams is. This Week 11 duel with the Tennessee Volunteers is an eliminator game in this division, and it's quietly one of the more important duels of the day. Continue...

Penn State at Indiana, Memorial Stadium - 12 p.m. ET ( ESPN2 )

Opening Line: Penn State -7

Preview: Just how good are the Penn State Nittany Lions? They're 7-2, could end up being ranked in the Top 10 in America in the College Football Rankings this week, and they're going to be favored in all of their games for the rest of the year. In fact, the Big Ten title isn't completely out of the question should Michigan fall once before the big game against Ohio State and then lose to the Buckeyes. In Week 11 though, James Franklin's crew has its toughest test left against the Indiana Hoosiers, a game that definitely could be frustrating in Bloomington. Continue...

West Virginia at Texas, Darrell K. Royal Texas Memorial Stadium - 12 p.m. ET ( FS1 )

Opening Line: Texas -1

Preview: It’s put up or shut up time for the Texas Longhorns. Every game is a referendum on Charlie Strong’s tenure and he is out of losses. One more loss this season will likely seal his fate, but there is a silver lining. Texas will be favored in each of its three remaining games this season and winning all three could mean he gets to keep his lucrative job. The toughest test for Texas in that timeframe will come in College Football Week 11 when the Longhorns host the No. 11 West Virginia Mountaineers. Continue...

Rice at Charlotte, McColl-Richardson Field - 2 p.m. ET ( Local TV )

Opening Line: Charlotte -10.5

Preview: The Charlotte 49ers lost their last 10 games of the season last year four of their first five games this year. But now, they've won three of their last four games and are just two wins away from bowl eligibility for the first time in their history. They've got a big swing game against the Rice Owls in Week 11, and this is going to be the first time they've ever been favored against an FBS team. Continue...

Miami at Virginia, Lane Stadium - 2 p.m. ET ( ACC Network )

Opening Line: Miami -10

Preview: Mark Richt returned to the Miami Hurricanes with a lot of fanfare this offseason. Many were surprised that Georgia had unceremoniously dumped Richt after more than a decade on the job in Athens, and Miami was ecstatic to get him. The Hurricanes were over the moon after a 4-0 start, but crashed back down to Earth after a loss to Florida State that kicked off a four-game losing skid. Richt will get the opportunity to take the team to their fourth straight bowl appearance with a win over the Virginia Cavaliers in Week 11 college football action. Continue...

New Mexico State at Arkansas State, Centennial Bank Stadium - 3 p.m. ET ( ESPN3 )

Opening Line: Arkansas State -19.5

Preview: The Arkansas State Red Wolves are running out of time to reach bowl eligibility. They've got to go 2-2 or better the rest of the way if they want to play in a game in December, and they've got everything in front of them to do it. This Week 11 game against the New Mexico State Aggies should be a win, and it had better be for a 4-4 team that plays its last three games on the road. Continue...

Notre Dame vs. Army, Alamodome - 3:30 p.m. ET ( NBC )

Opening Line: Notre Dame -13

Preview: If the Notre Dame Fighting Irish didn't have their share of the triple option last week, they're going to get another shot at it in Week 11 of the season when they face the Army Black Knights in a game that will represent their last shot to salvage any hopes of bowl eligibility in this disappointing season. Continue...

North Texas at Western Kentucky, L.T. Smith Stadium - 3:30 p.m. ET ( ESPN3 )

Opening Line: Western Kentucky -28

Preview: There isn't a single division title that has been decided across the entire country, but the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers can be the first to change all of that in Week 11 of the season. A win over the North Texas Mean Green will give the Hilltoppers a 6-1 mark in Conference USA, a mark that would clinch the division title with a game left to be played at the end of the regular season. Continue...

Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech, Lane Stadium - 3:30 p.m. ET ( ESPNU )

Opening Line: Virginia Tech -14.5

Preview: The Virginia Tech Hokies have rattled off three straight wins since falling at Syracuse, but have been money burners during that stretch covering just one of their last four games. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have covered just one game in ACC play all season with it coming on the road at PITT over a month ago. Something will have to give in this Week 11 clash between hated Coastal Division rivals. Continue...

Illinois at Wisconsin, Camp Randall Stadium - 3:30 p.m. ET ( ESPN2 )

Opening Line: Wisconsin -26.5

Preview: Do the Wisconsin Badgers really control their own destiny to get into the College Football Playoff at this point? With both Nebraska and Texas A&M out of the way, it does sort of feel that way, knowing that they're going to get their shot against Michigan or Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship Game so long as they win their last three regular season games. The Badgers have a date with the Illinois Fighting Illini in Week 11, and surely, that shouldn't be a hassle on the route to 10 regular season wins. Continue...

Pittsburgh at Clemson, Tiger Stadium - 3:30 p.m ET ( ABC )

Opening Line: Clemson -19

Preview: Even though the Clemson Tigers shut Syracuse out 54-0 last week and remain undefeated at 9-0, it was jumped in the most recent release of the College Football Playoff rankings by Michigan. That likely won’t sit well with Dabo Swinney and company as they battle the ACC rival Pittsburgh Panthers at home in Week 11. PITT actually ranks out as a worthy adversary with it playing to the nation’s No. 25 ranked strength of schedule, so another dominating win could propel them back in the No. 2 slot. Continue...

Ohio State at Maryland, Maryland Stadium - 3:30 p.m. ET ( ESPN )

Opening Line: Ohio State -28

Preview: The Ohio State Buckeyes made a huge statement last week against Nebraska at home, and all of a sudden, there's no doubts left that winning out is going to put them in the CFP once again in spite of their loss to Penn State. That said, it can all come crashing down in a hurry with any more defeats, and games like this one against the Maryland Terrapins in Week 11 could be a disaster. Continue...

Texas Tech at Oklahoma State, Boone Pickens Stadium - 3:30 p.m. ET ( FS1 )

Opening Line: Oklahoma State -12

Preview: Almost quietly, the Oklahoma State Cowboys have rolled off five straight wins in Big XII play after losing their conference opener at Baylor. They've got destiny in their own hands when it comes to winning the conference crown, though the road the rest of the way is sure to be tough. The regular season finale at Boone Pickens Stadium is no given either in Week 11 against the Texas Tech Red Raiders, and that comes right before tough road games at TCU and Oklahoma to end the regular season. Continue...

Auburn at Georgia, Sanford Stadium - 3:30 p.m. ET ( CBS )

Opening Line: Auburn -10

Preview: Even after such a disappointing start to the season, we're at the point that the Auburn Tigers very likely control their own destiny in order to get into the College Football Playoff. It's a tough road to sow the rest of the way though, as the Tigers have to play a pair of really nasty SEC road games. The first one is manageable though against the Georgia Bulldogs in Week 11 of the campaign. Continue...

Stanford at Oregon, Autzen Stadium - 4 p.m. ET ( Pac-12 Network )

Opening Line: Stanford -2.5

Preview: Remember when the annual game between the Stanford Cardinal and Oregon Ducks would be one that not only decided the winner of the Pac-12 North, but also be a game crucial in the National Championship discussion? This year in Week 11, there's nothing of the sort. The Ducks, in fact, are going to be done in the bowl game discussion if they lose this one, while Stanford is merely hoping to win these last few games to have a shot at a 10-win season with a win in a bowl game. Continue...

Wake Forest at Louisville, Papa John's Cardinal Stadium - 7 p.m. ET ( ESPN2 )

Opening Line: Louisville -33

Preview: Lamar Jackson has virtually wrapped up the Heisman Trophy, but he has his eyes on another prize as well. The No. 5 Louisville Cardinals need to win out and get a little help in order to make the College Football Playoff. Louisville has been one of the most impressive teams in the country this season, but a road loss at No. 3 Clemson is looming large over its resume. In Week 11 college football action, the Cardinals will be five touchdown favorites against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Continue...

Boise State at Hawaii, Aloha Stadium - 7 p.m. ET ( CBSSN )

Opening Line: Boise State -18

Preview: The Boise State Broncos are still in a fierce fight with Western Michigan for the top spot in the Group of Five schools, a competition that could come right down to the wire. But the problem the Broncos have is that they just don't have any great games left on the docket, and they're almost certainly not going to get the chance to play for the MWC title either. That said, they've got to be really impressive against teams like the Hawaii Warriors if they want to have any chance to fend off, not just the MAC leaders, but whomever ultimately wins the AAC as well. Continue...

South Florida at Memphis, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium - 7 p.m. ET ( ESPNU )

Opening Line: South Florida -4

Preview: The AAC remains a wide open conference from top to bottom, but the bottom line is that the South Florida Bulls and Memphis Tigers need to win out and get some help if either one wants to represent their side of the conference in the league's title game. That means that this Week 11 duel is a de facto eliminator for both in all likelihood, turning up the pressure even more in what was already shaping up to be a really good contest. Continue...

LSU at Arkansas, Razorback Stadium - 7 p.m. ET ( ESPN )

Opening Line: LSU -6

Preview: Last week, the Arkansas Razorbacks upset a Top 15 team by taking care of Florida. The LSU Tigers won't be in the Top 15 in all likelihood, but they'll still be a Top 25 team heading into this brutal rivalry game in Week 11 of the college football season. Can the Hogs do it again? Continue...

Minnesota at Nebraska, Memorial Stadium - 7:30 p.m. ET ( BTN )

Opening Line: Check Back Later

Preview: The Minnesota Golden Gophers are sort of lurking in the weeds right now. Sure, they've had the benefit of not having to play against either Ohio State or Michigan, but they do have a 7-2 record and control their own destiny to get into the Big Ten Championship Game. They've got their visit lined up to the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Week 11, and if there was ever a time to try to pounce on the Children of the Corn, this would be it. Continue...

USC at Washington, Husky Stadium - 7:30 p.m. ET ( FOX )

Opening Line: Washington -8

Preview: Two of the best teams in the Pac-12 are set to collide in a crucial Week 11 clash when the streaking and No. 20 ranked USC Trojans invade Seattle to lock horns with the undefeated and No. 4 ranked Washington Huskies. U-Dub has its eyes set on qualifying for the College Football Playoff while the Trojans now have a great shot at qualifying for a New Year’s Six bowl. This is no doubt the game to tune into on Saturday night! Continue...

Ole Miss at Texas A&M, Kyle Field - 7:30 p.m. ET ( SEC Network )

Opening Line: Check Back Later

Preview: The dream for the Texas A&M Aggies appears to be over with. Just mere days after debuting at No. 4 in the College Football Playoff rankings, they went out and laid an egg against Mississippi State in Starkville, a second SEC West loss and one that probably eliminates them from contention once and for all. Things really could fall apart in a hurry for a dinged up team with the Ole Miss Rebels coming to town in Week 11. Continue...

Michigan at Iowa, Kinnick Stadium - 8 p.m. ET ( ABC )

Opening Line: Michigan -17.5

Preview: Kinnick Stadium is going to be bonkers in a rare night game in Week 11 when the No. 3 ranked Michigan Wolverines come a calling. The Iowa Hawkeyes enter this game in extremely poor form having dropped two straight after getting pounded in Happy Valley last weekend. Everything has come up roses for Harbaugh and company, but this game looks eerily reminiscent to when the Buckeyes took on Penn State under the lights a couple weeks back. Continue...

Colorado at Arizona, Arizona Stadium - 10 p.m. ET ( FS1 )

Opening Line: Colorado -15

Preview: The Colorado Buffaloes won exactly three Pac-12 games from 2012 through 2015, and coming into this year, they hadn't won more than two games in conference since 2007 and hadn't finished with a winning record in league play since going 5-3 in the Big XII North the year that Vince Young destroyed them in the conference championship game 70-3. Continue...

San Diego State at Nevada, Mackay Stadium - 10:30 p.m. ET ( Local )

Opening Line: San Diego State -22

Preview: The San Diego State Aztecs already know they're on their way to the Mountain West Championship Game to likely take on Wyoming in a few weeks, but they've got their sights set on bigger goals. If they can pick up wins in these last four games, including two victories against the Cowboys, they'll be a tough team to ignore in the chase for the Group of Five spot in the New Year's Six. But in order to get there, losing to a team like the Nevada Wolf Pack in Week 11 of the campaign must absolutely be avoided. Continue...

California at Washington State, Martin Stadium - 10:30 p.m. ET ( ESPN )

Opening Line: Washington State -15

Preview: Two years ago when the California Golden Bears and Washington State Cougars got on the field together, there were 119 points and 1,401 yards, and Connor Halliday threw for 734 of said yards and six TDs. Is it possible to see something similar happen again this year when these teams meet in Week 11? One thing is for sure, and that's that it's going to take a whole heck of a lot of points to get to the total in this one, and these teams are certainly capable of each putting 60+ up on the other. Continue...

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