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2018 College Football Week 10 Betting Odds

The last month of the 2018 college football regular season is sure to be exciting as the conference races heat up and the top teams jostle for position in the CFP rankings, which will be released for the first time following the slate of Week 10 games. Football fans and those who like wagering on the games will have a full week of action to do so, with games played every day of the week starting on Tuesday. Ten of the 12 Mid-American Conference teams will have their week concluded by Thursday with the league featured prominently in the early part. A pair of East Division games get the betting week started when Kent State travels to Bowling Green and Miami, Ohio visits Buffalo.

The MAC takes center stage on Wednesday with a matchup between Ball State and Toledo with two more league games set for Thursday. The only two MAC schools not playing during the week are Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan, who continue their rivalry on Saturday. If you’re not a MAC fan don’t fret, there are other matchups during the week. The American Athletic Conference has Central Florida hosting Temple on Thursday while two Power 5 conference tilts hit the airwaves on Friday. The ACC has Pitt at Virginia with a Pac-12 duel in the desert between Colorado and Arizona. There are numerous critical matchups on Saturday as well to keep fans salivating.

2018 NCAA Football Week 10 Betting Schedule

October 30th, 2018 to November 5th, 2018

Tuesday, October 30

Kent State at Bowling Green, 8 p.m. ET

Miami (OH) at Buffalo, 8 p.m. ET

Wednesday, October 31

Ball State at Toledo, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Thursday, November 1

Northern Illinois at Akron, 7 p.m. ET

Ohio at Western Michigan, 7 p.m. ET

Temple at UCF, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Week 10 has a Thursday night offering that will offer a multitude of potential live betting opportunities when the Central Florida Knights host the Temple Owls. Central Florida has picked up where they left off last year when Scott Frost led them to a dream undefeated season. New coach Josh Huepel has picked up the reins and kept the Knights rolling towards another debate for college football playoff consideration. The tough Temple Owls are not as flashy as the Knights as they rely on defense for their success. Yet Temple needs just one more win for bowl eligibility. More

Friday, November 2

Pittsburgh at Virginia, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Week 10 has an attractive Atlantic Coast Conference matchup of top surprise contenders from the Coastal Division between the Pittsburgh Panthers and the Virginia Cavaliers. While the Miami Hurricanes were the flashy name brand pick of the Coastal the Panthers and Cavaliers are in a surprising three-way tie for the top spot with the Virginia Tech Hokies. Virginia has shown methodical improvement under head coach Bronco Mendenhall while Pitt has been recently ignited after a terrible start. More

Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee, 8 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Colorado at Arizona, 10:30 p.m. ET (FS1)

Saturday, November 3

Utah at Arizona State, TBD

UCLA at Oregon, TBD

USC at Oregon State, TBD

Stanford at Washington, TBD

California at Washington State, TBD

Minnesota at Illinois, TBD

Rutgers at Wisconsin, TBD

Iowa at Purdue, TBD

Michigan State at Maryland, TBD

Penn State at Michigan, TBD

Week Ten has a matchup of Big Ten blue blood programs that may prove to be the best of the day when the Michigan Wolverines host the Penn State Nittany Lions in an East Division showdown. Michigan is one of the hottest teams in the country and earned a considerable amount of credibility with their win two weeks ago at the Michigan State Spartans. Meanwhile the Nittany Lions were finally able to close out a game at home in last week’s win over the Iowa Hawkeyes. Now the live betting question is how much value can the uber hyped Michigan team deliver against a dangerous and capable Nittany Lion squad. More

Oklahoma State at Baylor, TBD

Iowa State at Kansas, TBD

Kansas State at TCU, TBD

Oklahoma at Texas Tech, TBD

Boston College at Virginia Tech, TBD

Louisville at Clemson, TBD

Duke at Miami, TBD

Florida State at NC State, TBD

Georgia Tech at North Carolina, TBD

Syracuse at Wake Forest, TBD

West Virginia at Texas, TBD

Week 10 features one of the biggest matchups from the Big 12 Conference this season when the Texas Longhorns host the West Virginia Mountaineers. West Virginia is coming off a dominating performance last week that helped to atone for an upset ambush loss at the Iowa State Cyclones in their game before that. Texas was starting to get a lot of national love after their win over the Oklahoma Sooners but was upset on Homecoming night at the Oklahoma State Cowboys last week. More

Nebraska at Ohio State, TBD

Notre Dame at Northwestern, TBD

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish did their job last week, beating Navy to remain undefeated. It’s a bit of a competitive mismatch, but the team that was supposed to win, won. Meanwhile, the Northwestern Wildcats upset Wisconsin, winning their fourth straight game. The Wildcats remain outside the top-25 but garnered some attention in beating the Badgers and are playing excellent football right now. Notre Dame and Northwestern are set to meet up this coming Saturday with the Irish needing to remain undefeated and the Wildcats looking for another, bigger, upset. More

Liberty at UMass, TBD

BYU at Boise State, TBD

Texas A&M at Auburn, TBD

Missouri at Florida, TBD

Georgia at Kentucky, TBD

We’re used to seeing the Kentucky Wildcats owning the hardwood, but this program hasn’t historically done as well on the gridiron. This season it’s been a different story and exciting one in Lexington. The Wildcats have more than held their own with wins over South Carolina, Florida and Missouri. Now, they’ll get their biggest test to date as they get set to host the Georgia Bulldogs, a team that easily beat them 42-13, coving the spread a year ago. More

Alabama at LSU, TBD

We have a primetime matchup worthy of the spotlight on Saturday night in the SEC with the Alabama Crimson Tide traveling to Baton Rouge to take on the Louisiana State Tigers. The LSU Tigers enter the game undefeated at home while the Tide are simply undefeated. Alabama enters the week at two touchdown favorites in this battle of top-5 teams despite playing on the road. That differential is the same amount the Crimson Tide beat the Tigers by when these teams faced off last season. More

South Carolina at Ole Miss, TBD

Louisiana Tech at Mississippi State, TBD

Charlotte at Tennessee, TBD

Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan, TBD

Appalachian State at Coastal Carolina, TBD

South Alabama at Arkansas State, TBD

Georgia Southern at UL Monroe, TBD

Texas State at Georgia State, TBD

Louisiana at Troy, TBD

San Diego State at New Mexico, TBD

Utah State at Hawai'i, TBD

San Jose State at Wyoming, TBD

Navy at Cincinnati, TBD

UConn at Tulsa, TBD

Memphis at East Carolina, TBD

Tulane at South Florida, TBD

Houston at SMU, TBD

Air Force at Army, 12 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Marshall at Southern Mississippi, 3 p.m. ET

UTEP at Rice, 3:30 p.m. ET

Florida Atlantic at Florida International, 7:30 p.m. ET

UT San Antonio at UAB, 7:30 p.m. ET

Fresno State at UNLV, 10:30 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Week 10 College Football Games of the Week

Stanford at Washington, Saturday, November 3

This has been the biggest game in the Pac-12 North the past two seasons and the outcome figures to play a major part in who wins the division in 2018. Two years ago, on their way to the division title, conference championship, and a berth in the College Football Playoff, the Huskies blew past the Cardinal 44-6, stopping a three-game losing streak along the way. The teams tied for the North lead last year, but it was Stanford avenging that loss with a 30-22 victory on the Farm to claim the division and qualify for its fourth Pac-12 Championship Game in seven years.

Washington was one of just two league teams to reach double digit victories in 2017 and the group of players that came in under Chris Peterson to help turn the program around are in their final year. Jake Browning and Myles Gaskin have had brilliant careers to this point and beating Stanford again is high on their to-do list. Stanford has owned the series recently, which is another reason for the Huskies to swing for the fences. Over the last 10 seasons the Cardinal has won eight of 10 meetings, but the two losses have come in the Pacific Northwest.

Alabama at LSU, Saturday, November 3

A showdown in the SEC West takes place in Death Valley when the Crimson Tide visits LSU. Alabama has been nearly unbeatable the past few years because opponents just don’t have the talent to compete. LSU has the talent but they just haven’t been able to pull out a victory. And then, of course, there’s the whole Nick Saban thing. In his five season with the Tigers, Saban won 75 percent of his games and turned the program around, starting a run of 18 straight bowl games. The Tigers won a total of seven games in the two seasons before Saban arrived and they’ve won at least eight games every year since.

In 2005 Saban left LSU to pursue a head coaching job with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. After two seasons and a combined 15-17 record, Alabama lured him back to the college ranks and the Tide have been the most dominant team in college football since. Well, after his first season at least. It took a year for Saban to get his college legs back as the squad went just 7-6. But since then they’ve lost a total of 14 games, won or shared eight SEC West titles and claimed five National Championships. Saban is 8-3 against his former team and the Tide has won six straight games in the series.

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