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2019 NCAA Football Week 10 Betting
The tenth week of the college football betting season at online sportsbooks offers up plenty of tasty treats starting off with the Big 12 matchup between West Virginia and Baylor in Waco on Halloween night. The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party rivalry that pits the Florida Gators against the Georgia Bulldogs is the marquee game of the week, but there are some other intriguing matchups. Oregon will be out to stay undefeated in Pac 12 play when the Ducks head to the Los Angeles Coliseum to take on USC, and Memphis and SMU will meet in a pivotal AAC clash. Let’s put the slate under the microscope and see what else it has to offer!
2019 College Football Week 10 Betting Schedule
College Football Thursday, October 31, 2019
West Virginia at Baylor (-17.5) | 8pm | ESPN
Georgia Southern at Appalachian State (-16.5) | 8pm | ESPNU
College Football Friday, November 1, 2019
Navy at UConn (+26.5) | 8pm | ESPN2
College Football Saturday, November 2, 2019
Old Dominion at Florida International (-15.5) | 12pm | ESPN Plus
Northern Illinois at Central Michigan (+1) | 12pm | CBSSN
UTSA at Texas A&M (-38) | 12pm | SEC Network
Nebraska at Purdue (+2) | 12pm | FOX
Michigan at Maryland (+18) | 12pm | ABC
The Terps haven’t had much luck in their new rivalry with the Michigan Wolverines since becoming a member of the Big Ten. Maryland’s lone win over the Maize and Blue occurred all the way back in 2014, but since that glorious win for the program, Michigan has run roughshod over the Terrapins by going 4-0 straight up and ATS per the closing college football odds. The Wolverines are once again big favorites after clobbering Notre Dame last week, and the Terrapins have not fared well against premier opponents this season.
NC State at Wake Forest (-7.5) | 12pm | ESPN
Boston College at Syracuse (-3) | 12pm | ACC Network
Liberty at UMass (+21.5) | 12pm | FLO Football
Houston at UCF (-23) | 12pm | ESPN2
Buffalo at Eastern Michigan (-2) | 12pm | ESPNU
Akron at Bowling Green (-6) | 2pm | ESPN Plus
Virginia Tech at Notre Dame (-17.5) | 2:30pm | NBC
Troy at Coastal Carolina (PK) | 3pm | ESPN3
TCU at Oklahoma State (-3.5) | 3:30pm | ESPN
UTEP at North Texas (-21.5) | 3:30pm | NFL Network
Middle Tennessee at Charlotte (+3) | 3:30pm | ESPN3
Marshall at Rice (+10.5) | 3:30pm | Facebook
Georgia vs. Florida (+4) in Jacksonville, FL | 3:30pm | CBS
The Bulldogs were initially 3.5-point betting favorites per the Game of the Year lines in this game, but that line moved to a touchdown before the start of the regular season. Georgia seemed likely to be around a touchdown favorite through September, but some surprisingly good play from back-up quarterback Kyle Trask has salvaged Florida’s season while Jake Fromm has sputtered. Fromm threw three interceptions in a loss to South Carolina a few weeks ago, and he went just 9-12 for 35 yards against Kentucky in the Bulldogs’ last game.
Army at Air Force (-14.5) | 3:30pm | CBSSN
Rutgers at Illinois (-20.5) | 3:30 pm | Big Ten Network
UNLV at Colorado State (-10) | 3:30pm | AT&T Sportsnet
Miami (FL) at Florida State (-4.5) | 3:30pm | ABC
While this historic rivalry doesn’t offer up the same intrigue with both programs being down, it’s still Miami versus Florida State so that in and of itself is to likely make this game one of the big attractions of the week at offshore sportsbooks. As bad the Seminoles were last season, Willie Taggart’s kids still summoned up enough energy and competitiveness to give the heavily favored Canes a run for their money in their own house. Miami went off the board as decided 14-point home favorites to win the game but came nowhere close to covering the spread in a 28-27 win. Florida State is favored this time around, and the Seminoles are hoping to avoid the fate that has plagued favorites over the course of this rivalry.
Arkansas State at Louisiana-Monroe (+1) | 3:30pm | ESPNU
Kansas State at Kansas (+6) | 3:30pm | FS1
Mississippi State at Arkansas (+7) | 4pm | SEC Network
Utah at Washington (+3.5) | 4pm | FOX
Wofford at Clemson (Check Back Later) | 4pm | ACC Network
Pitt at Georgia Tech (+7.5) | 4pm | ACC Network
Tulsa at Tulane (-10) | 4pm | ESPN2
Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky (-3) | 4pm | ESPN Plus
Oregon State at Arizona (-5.5) | 4:30 pm | Pac 12 Network
Texas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (-22.5) | 5pm | ESPN Plus
Northwestern at Indiana (-12) | 7pm | FS1
Cincinnati at East Carolina (+23) | 7pm | CBSSN
UAB at Tennessee (-10) | 7pm | ESPNU
Ole Miss at Auburn (-18.5) | 7pm | ESPN
SMU at Memphis (-3.5) | 7:30pm | ABC
The Mustangs are off to their best start to the season since they received the death penalty in the late 1980s, and they are gunning to land the Group of Five bid in the New Year’s Six bowls. SMU has played some thrillers this year, knocking off TCU by three points in the Iron Skillet, beating Tulsa in triple overtime, and outlasting Houston last Thursday night to move to 8-0. If SMU can get past Memphis, the Mustangs stand a good chance of ending the regular season undefeated, but the Tigers are home favorites per the college football betting odds.
Vanderbilt at South Carolina (-14.5) | 7:30pm | SEC Network
Virginia at North Carolina (-3) | 7:30pm | ACC Network
Oregon at USC (+4.5) | 8pm | FOX
The Trojans picked up their first road win of the season last week against Colorado, but they had to erase a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to beat the Buffaloes despite being a double-digit favorite per the college football betting odds. USC is undefeated at home this season, and the Trojans have already ended one Pac 12 team’s dream season by beating Utah in the Coliseum in late September. A win here would erase any chance of Oregon making it to the College Football Playoff, and it would establish the Trojans as the frontrunner in the Pac 12 South despite posting three losses.
Colorado at UCLA (-5.5) | 9pm | Pac 12 Network
BYU at Utah State (-3.5) | 10pm | ESPN
The battle for the Beehive State commences in Week 10 when the BYU Cougars and Utah State Aggies collide in Logan. This time around, former head coach Gary Anderson will be back on the sideline for the home team after Matt Wells bolted for Texas Tech to fill the Red Raiders coaching vacancy. USU only managed one win in four tries against the Cougars through his first tour of duty overlooking the Aggies football program from 2009-2012. However, he did help lead the team to a cover in all four of those games.
Boise State at San Jose State (+16.5) | 10:30pm | CBSSN
New Mexico at Nevada (-4) | 10:30pm | ESPNU
Fresno State at Hawaii (-2.5) | 12am | Facebook
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