Week 11 College Football Opening Odds and Spreads


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Can Ian Book and the Irish avoid a letdown game at Boston College after knocking off Clemson in Week 11? Photo from @espnstatsinfo (Twitter)

  • Opening spread and lines for Week 11 of the College Football season have been released 
  • Clemson, coming off a double-OT loss to Notre Dame in Week 10 is idle, but numerous other matchups highlight the slate 
  • See all the opening odds and spreads for Week 11’s games below

Clemson has Week 11 off to rebound from having its 36-game regular season winning streak snapped at the hands of Notre Dame in double overtime.

But there are plenty of intriguing matchups among Power 5 programs now that all five conferences are playing again.

What would be the headliner most seasons is stunning in terms of its spread for the 2020 version as Alabama-LSU. The Crimson Tide roll into Baton Rouge as 22-point favorites against the defending national champion Tigers. Another interesting contest features Virginia Tech, coming off a loss to Liberty, trying to bounce back against Miami at home.

Here’s your first look at the College Football odds for Week 11. Opening lines for all Power 5 games are listed below.

Week 11 College Football Opening Lines

Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Friday, Nov. 13 Iowa -8.5 (-110) -355
7:00 p.m. Minnesota +8.5 (-110) +270
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Friday, Nov. 13 Utah -0.5 (-110) -110
10:30 p.m. UCLA +0.5 (-110) -110
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Georgia +4.5 (-115) +164
12:00 p.m. Missouri -4.5 (-105) -205
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Indiana +6.5 (+100) +225
12:00 p.m. Michigan State -6.5 (-122) -290
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Penn State -3.5 (-105) -176
12:00 p.m. Nebraska +3.5 (-115) +142
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Illinois -9.5 (-110) -385
12:00 p.m. Rutgers +9.5 (-110) +290
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Wake Forest -10.5 (-110) +330
12:00 p.m. North Carolina -10.5 (-110) -470
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Vanderbilt +15.5 (-110) +520
12:00 p.m. Kentucky -15.5 (-110) -800
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Ohio State +7.5 (-115) +240
3:30 p.m. Maryland -7.5 (-105) -310
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Texas A&M -13.5 (-120) -700
3:30 p.m. Tennessee +13.5 (-102) +470
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Colorado +44.5 (+100) +4000
3:30 p.m. Stanford -44.5 (-122) -100000
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Louisville N/A +164
3:30 p.m. Virginia N/A -205
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Auburn +10.5 (-110) +340
4:00 p.m. Mississippi State -10.5 (-110) -470
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Baylor +23.5 (-104) +1120
4:00 p.m. Texas Tech -23.5 (-118) -3000
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Alabama -22 (-102) +310
6:00 p.m. LSU +22 (-118) -420
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Arkansas +38.5 (-118) +4000
7:00 p.m. Florida -38.5 (-104) -100000
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Pittsburgh +14.5 (-120) +470
7:00 p.m. Georgia Tech -14.5 (-102) -700
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Wisconsin -9.5 (-110) -385
7:30 p.m. Michigan +9.5 (-118) +290
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Northwestern +0.5 (-110) -110
7:30 p.m. Purdue -0.5 (-110) -110
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Florida State +18.5 (-110) +710
7:30 p.m. North Carolina State -18.5 (-110) -1250
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 South Carolina -7.5 (-112) -340
7:30 p.m. Mississippi +7.5 (-108) -260
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Oregon -4.5 (-110) -215
11:00 p.m. Washington +4.5 (-110) +172
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Notre Dame -4.5 (-110) -215
TBD Boston College +4.5 (-110) +172
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Miami +1.5 (-110) -215
TBD Virginia Tech -1.5 (-110) +172
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 Oregon -4.5 (-110) -215
TBD Washington State +4.5 (-110) +172
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 USC -4.5 (-110) -215
TBD Arizona +4.5 (-110) +172
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 California -4.5 (-110) -215
TBD Arizona State +4.5 (-110) +172
Game Time (Eastern) Team Spread Moneyline
Saturday, Nov. 14 TCU -4.5 (-110) -215
TBD West Virginia +4.5 (-110) +172

Odds taken from FanDuel on Nov. 8

Bye, You Bengals

The year’s matchup between the Tide and the Bayou Bengals is a far cry from last year’s contest.

While 6-0 ‘Bama is holding up its end of the elite bargain, Ed Orgeron’s program is 2-3 and has struggled mightily on defense in 2020, allowing 478.6 yards per game.

That plays right into NIck Saban’s hands. Alabama hasn’t scored less than 38 points in any game this season and leads the nation in points per game (47.2). The Tide is also No. 3 in total offense, averaging 555.2 yards per game and 7.95 yards per play, which tops all of college football.

The 22-point spread is shocking – but LSU is really that bad. The line may  come down a bit, but not much.

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Hurricane Warning

Hurricanes quarterback D’Eriq King did it all for Miami in its 44-41 comeback victory over North Carolina State on Friday. The Houston transfer threw for 430 yards and five touchdowns, while rushing for another 105 yards.

Now, the ‘Canes enter Blacksburg as 1.5-point underdogs to a desperate Virginia Tech team that lost a heartbreaker to Liberty 38-35 at home. Does Va Tech drop back-to-back games at Lane Stadium? Oddsmakers say no, but if King keeps lighting up the scoreboard like he did against the Wolfpack, watch out.

Comeback Kids

With its toughest game of the schedule in the books, USC heads to the desert as slight favorites to face Arizona on a high following a thrilling – and mystifying if you’re an Arizona State fan – 28-27 victory at the Coliseum.

The Trojans scored two touchdowns in 1:32 late in the fourth quarter to stun the Sun Devils in the program’s biggest comeback victory since surging back to beat Penn State in the 2017 Rose Bowl Game.

Meantime, the Wildcats had their scheduled season opener against Utah canceled due to coronavirus issues with the Utes. Look for this line to potentially move in USC’s favor.

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