College Football Week 11: Latest Betting Line Updates
With Week 11 of the college football regular season already underway, the action of the BCS race continues to heat up across the nation.
Here is a closer look at some of the biggest Saturday matchups, underdogs who will cover and more spread information for the all of the Top 25 teams in action.
All betting information courtesy of Covers.com.
Lock of the Week
No. 3 Oregon at California
Over/Under: 66.5, Spread: California (+28.5)
While the 28.5-point spread will terrify most gamblers, the Oregon Ducks are the biggest lock of Week 11 in college football.
California has been terrible in 2012, and Oregon’s defensive and offensive units will be looking to send a message to the BCS that the Ducks deserve the No. 2 spot in the nation.
After being dismantled by USC and almost losing that game in Week 10, the Ducks will look to return to the form that scared most of the college football landscape by holding California to under 10 points and scoring over 40 themselves.
Don’t be afraid of this spread; Oregon will have you covered.
Penn State at No. 16 Nebraska
Over/Under: 51, Spread: Nebraska (-8.5)
When Penn State squares off against Nebraska in what could become the Big Ten battle of the year, the underrated Nittany Lions will give the Cornhuskers everything they can handle and then some.
Penn State’s surprisingly talented defensive unit (14th in the nation) will give Nebraska’s sixth-ranked run offense fits all day, effectively ruining the Cornhuskers’ game plan.
With the Nittany Lions offense carving up a susceptible Nebraska defense (54th in the nation), the biggest surprise of the day could come at the hands of Penn State. The Cornhuskers are on upset alert.
Underdog That’ll Cover the Spread
Arizona State at No. 19 USC
Over/Under: 63.5, Spread: USC (-9)
While there is little doubt that the USC Trojans offense is one of the best in the sport—23rd in the nation with 36.8 points per game—it is the team’s defensive unit that has let the team down time and time again.
After giving up 39 and 62 points each of the last two weeks respectively, USC squares off with an Arizona State Sun Devils team with a very dangerous offense. ASU has scored at least 36 points in five games this season, and it will do the same against USC’s porous group Saturday as well.
The Sun Devils may not win the shootout with Matt Barkley and the Trojans in Los Angeles, but USC will not cover the nine-point spread. Ride with ASU and the points.
Arkansas at No. 8 South Carolina
Over/Under: 52, Spread: South Carolina (-14)
No. 9 Louisville at Syracuse
Over/Under: 58.5, Spread: Syracuse (+1.5)
Iowa State at No. 17 Texas
Over/Under: 57, Spread: Texas (-10)
Kansas at No. 22 Texas Tech
Over/Under: 59, Spread: Texas Tech (-26)
Army at No. 23 Rutgers
Over/Under: 53, Spread: Rutgers (-17.5)
No. 24 Northwestern at Michigan
Over/Under: 52, Spread: Michigan (-9.5)
Louisiana-Lafayette at No. 6 Florida
Over/Under: 50.5, Spread: Florida (-27)
No. 11 Oregon State at No. 14 Stanford
Over/Under: 44.5, Spread: Stanford (-4)
No. 15 Texas A&M at No. 1 Alabama
Over/Under: 56, Spread: Alabama (-14)
Baylor at No. 12 Oklahoma
Over/Under: 77, Spread: Oklahoma (-21.5)
Maryland at No. 13 Clemson
Over/Under: 55.5, Spread: Clemson (-31.5)
No. 2 Kansas State at TCU
Over/Under: 57.5, Spread: TCU (+6.5)
No. 5 Georgia at Auburn
Over/Under: 52, Spread: Auburn (+15)
No. 21 Mississippi State at No. 7 LSU
Over/Under: 44, Spread: LSU (-14.5)
No. 20 Louisiana Tech at Texas State
Over/Under: 71, Spread: Texas State (+20)
No. 4 Notre Dame at Boston College
Over/Under: 48.5, Spread: Boston College (+19.5)
No. 18 UCLA at Washington State
Over/Under: 60.5, Spread: Washington State (-16.5)
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