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College Football Week 10 Odds

There are plenty of dynamite matchups in the first week of November. College football fans will see an overload of their sport starting this month as there are at least two games on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday with other conferences getting in on the MACtion. The premier game is Alabama traveling to Baton Rouge to take on LSU, but that might not be the toughest ticket in town. Clemson is headed north to take on Notre Dame in South Bend for the first time since 1979.

College Football Week 10 Schedule

College Football Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Kent State at Bowling Green | TBD

Ohio at Central Michigan | TBD

College Football Thursday, November 5, 2020

Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette | TBD

SMU at Temple | TBD

College Football Friday, November 6, 2020

Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh | TBD

BYU at Boise State | TBD

The Cougars nipped the Broncos in Provo last season, but they have yet to win on the blue field. Boise State remains the premier G5 program west of the Mississippi, and they will be looking to show the nation they deserve to play with the big boys on Friday night.

College Football Saturday, November 7, 2020

South Alabama at Coastal Carolina | TBD

Troy at Georgia Southern | TBD

Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia State | TBD

New Mexico State at UMass | TBD

Boston College at North Carolina State | TBD

Duke at Georgia Tech | TBD

Florida State at Miami | TBD

This rivalry has lost a lot of its luster over the last decade, but it still means plenty to fans and players of both schools. The Seminoles have completely fallen apart in the last three years, so they hired Mike Norvell in the offseason to turn the program around. Norvell isn’t off on the right foot after some careless comments, but a lot will be forgiven if he can beat Miami.

Louisville at Virginia | TBD

UConn at North Carolina | TBD

Syracuse at Wake Forest | TBD

Oklahoma at West Virginia | TBD

Tulane at East Carolina | TBD

Tulsa at Navy | TBD

Florida A&M at UCF | TBD

UAB at Old Dominion | TBD

Air Force at Army | TBD

Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic | TBD

Georgia at South Carolina | TBD

Kentucky at Tennessee | TBD

Louisiana Tech at North Texas | TBD

Houston at Cincinnati | TBD

Arkansas at Auburn | TBD

Missouri at Mississippi State | TBD

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Alabama at LSU | TBD

The Bayou Bengals got rid of a lot of their demons with last year’s blowout of the Crimson Tide. LSU had failed to score more than 17 points in any of the previous nine meetings, but Joe Burrow torched Alabama’s secondary in a 46-41 victory in Tuscaloosa. This year’s edition won’t be nearly as high scoring with Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa in the NFL, but it will be the most watched game of the regular season.

Ole Miss at Texas A&M | TBD

Florida at Vanderbilt | TBD

UTSA at Rice | TBD

South Florida at Memphis | TBD

Florida International at UTEP | 4 pm

Appalachian State at Texas State | TBD

Oklahoma State at Baylor | TBD

Iowa State at TCU | TBD

Texas Tech at Kansas State | TBD

Texas at Kansas | TBD

Iowa at Illinois | TBD

Indiana at Ohio State | TBD

Maryland at Michigan | TBD

Purdue at Minnesota | TBD

Penn State at Nebraska | TBD

Wisconsin at Northwestern | TBD

Charlotte at Middle Tennessee State | TBD

Clemson at Notre Dame | 7:30 pm

These teams met in an epic clash back in 2015. Clemson had the game well in hand until the very end, when Notre Dame scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to nearly send it to overtime. The Irish weren’t nearly as fortunate when they met in the CFP Semifinal a couple years ago, as the Tigers dismantled them on their way to the National Championship Game, and Clemson will likely be favored to claim another victory.

Utah State at Wyoming | TBD

Fresno State at UNLV | TBD

Arizona at Utah | TBD

California at Arizona State | TBD

Washington State at Colorado | TBD

USC at Oregon | TBD

There’s a non-zero chance that this will be Clay Helton’s last game on the sidelines for the Trojans. Oregon dismantled USC 56-24 in Los Angeles last season, and a similar beatdown might lead to Helton being dismissed the following day. Helton is on the hottest seat in the nation coming into 2020, and he likely needs to win at least nine games in the regular season to keep his job.

UCLA at Oregon State | TBD

Stanford at Washington | TBD

Nevada at San Jose State | TBD

Colorado State at San Diego State | TBD

New Mexico at Hawaii | TBD

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