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2018 College Football Week 11 Betting Odds

Heading into the final weeks of the 2018 college football season, it’s another full week of action beginning with a Mid-American Conference showdown on Tuesday and continuing all the way through a full Saturday of heart-stopping action. With the first College Football Playoff poll released prior to the week’s games, the teams know where they stand, and the leaders cannot afford a breakdown at this point. Other schools will be waiting for their chance to make a move if one of the leaders stumbles. Or better yet, they might have a chance to make their own path to the CFP with a big upset.

MAC schools and their fans have grown accustomed to seeing football in the middle of the week and it’s a great way for the league to get exposure when there’s little else standing in the way. The betting week kicks off in Buffalo on Tuesday with a matchup between Kent State and the Bulls. Two more MAC games are on the slate for Wednesday. We’ll get a heavy dose of the ACC Atlantic later in the week with North Carolina State taking on Wake Forest on Thursday and Syracuse hosting Louisville on Friday. One of the biggest games on Saturday is the rivalry between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, aptly named Bedlam.

2018 NCAA Football Week 11 Betting Schedule

November 6th, 2018 to November 12th, 2018

Tuesday, November 6

Kent State at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPNU)

Wednesday, November 7

Ohio at Miami (OH), TBD

Toledo at Northern Illinois, TBD

Thursday, November 8

Wake Forest at NC State, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Week 11 offers a Thursday night appetizer between Atlantic Coast Conference teams that remain in post season bowl contention. The Wake Forest Demon Deacons have taken a step back this year and thus have little margin for error in their quest to earn an extra game. The North Carolina State Wolfpack have proven to be a good and solid team but also one that was totally outclassed and exposed as a pretender last month in a 41-7 loss at the powerhouse Clemson Tigers. As such NC State will be the live betting favorite for this Thursday night ACC matchup. More

Friday, November 9

Louisville at Syracuse, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Week 11 will offer an interesting start to the weekend with a Friday night game from the Atlantic Coast Conference that features a once elite coach that is now seeing his reputation go into free fall going up against one of the more promising young coaches in the game. Bobby Petrino’s second coming to the Louisville Cardinals in 2014 was highly celebrated as a return to glory for that program that he once led to sixth and fifth in the nation final rankings before departing for bigger and not always better things. Dino Babers has the Syracuse Orange playing their best football in a long time but may be sought out for an even bigger future gig as a result. Free falling Louisville meets surging Syracuse Friday night. More

Fresno State at Boise State, 10:15 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

Saturday, November 10

San Jose State at Utah State, TBD

UNLV at San Diego State, TBD

Colorado State at Nevada, TBD

Navy at UCF, TBD

South Florida at Cincinnati, TBD

SMU at UConn, TBD

East Carolina at Tulane, TBD

Temple at Houston, TBD

Tulsa at Memphis, TBD

Akron at Eastern Michigan, TBD

Bowling Green at Central Michigan, TBD

Arkansas State at Coastal Carolina, TBD

Troy at Georgia Southern, TBD

Georgia State at Louisiana, TBD

UL Monroe at South Alabama, TBD

Appalachian State at Texas State, TBD

Clemson at Boston College, TBD

North Carolina at Duke, TBD

Western Kentucky at Florida Atlantic, TBD

Miami at Georgia Tech, TBD

Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh, TBD

Liberty at Virginia, TBD

Texas at Texas Tech, TBD

Purdue at Minnesota, TBD

Wisconsin at Penn State, TBD

BYU at UMass, TBD

Mississippi State at Alabama, TBD

What do you even do with Alabama at this point? If you’re an oddsmaker, it doesn’t seen like you can set the college football betting line high enough to keep bettors from backing the Crimson Tide at this point. Alabama was a monumental 14.5-point favorite on the road against No. 4 LSU last week and had no problem covering the NCAAF betting line. The Crimson Tide nearly tripled up the Tigers in terms of total yards and doubled the spread with a 29-0 victory in Baton Rouge. More


LSU at Arkansas, TBD

South Carolina at Florida, TBD

Auburn at Georgia, TBD

Week 11 includes one of the great traditional rivalries of the Southeastern Conference between proud historic programs from neighboring states. The Auburn Tigers were tabbed to contend for the college football playoff but stumbled badly with three losses in five games before recently getting back on track. The Georgia Bulldogs showed the Kentucky Wildcats who is boss of the East Division last week as they punched their ticket to the SEC Championship Game next month. Auburn and Georgia meet Saturday night in a renewal of last year’s SEC Championship Game. More

Vanderbilt at Missouri, TBD

Kentucky at Tennessee, TBD

Ole Miss at Texas A&M, TBD

UCLA at Arizona State, TBD

California at USC, TBD

Washington State at Colorado, TBD

Oregon at Utah, TBD

Oregon State at Stanford, TBD

Illinois at Nebraska, TBD

Michigan at Rutgers, TBD

Maryland at Indiana, TBD

Northwestern at Iowa, TBD

Ohio State at Michigan State, TBD

The Ohio State Buckeyes are looking to keep their playoff hopes alive with a win against the Michigan State Spartans this weekend. Ohio State needs to win the rest of their regular season games and the Big 10 Championship in order to be one of the final four teams in the country, but this team has not looked as good as Buckeyes teams in the past. The defense has been relatively porous, and that nearly came back to bite them against Nebraska this weekend. Ohio State has been able to turn it on in November before, but something feels a little off with this team. More

Baylor at Iowa State, TBD

Kansas at Kansas State, TBD

Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, TBD

Week 11 offers one of the greatest and most intense rivalries in college football that also will have high stakes for the Big 12 Conference. When the Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys get together the moniker is “Bedlam” and appropriately so. While Oklahoma has had undeniable dominance in the series it is not from a lack of passionate effort by the Cowboys. And when the Pokes prevail it’s the greatest feeling in the world for their fans. But this year Okie State will be limping into Owen Field as a decided and well-deserved road dog to a resurgent Sooner squad in the hunt for the college football playoff. More

TCU at West Virginia, TBD

North Texas at Old Dominion, 2 p.m. ET

Charlotte at Marshall, 2:30 p.m. ET

Middle Tennessee at UTEP, 3 p.m. ET

New Mexico at Air Force, 3:30 p.m. ET (CBSSN)

Florida International at UT San Antonio, 7 p.m. ET

Rice at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. ET

Southern Mississippi at UAB, 7:30 p.m. ET

Florida State at Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m. ET (NBC)

A game that looked like one not to miss before the season now looks like a potential rout, as the Florida State Seminoles visit the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Saturday night on NBC. The Seminoles decided to hire Willie Taggart in the offseason and that hiring already looks like a mistake. The Seminoles have to win two of their last three games to make a bowl and that doesn’t seem likely. On the other side, the Fighting Irish just have to avoid looking past FSU to what looks like a tough game next week against Syracuse. Let’s look at this contest and live betting at BookMaker.eu. More

Week 11 College Football Games of the Week

Fresno State at Boise State, Friday, November 9, 10:15 p.m. ET (ESPN2)

A showdown in the Mountain West is on tap for Friday with a rematch of last year’s conference championship game. The Bulldogs surprised a lot of folks with their run to the West Division title in 2017, a year after winning just one game with the program sinking to depths never seen before. The nine-game turnaround was orchestrated by former Cal coach Jeff Tedford, who matched the team’s wins from the previous three seasons combined. One of the victories was over Boise State during the regular season when the Dogs came away with a 28-17 decision.

When the teams met for the MWC title, the game was played on the blue turf in Boise, which is a huge advantage for the Broncos. And avenging their regular season loss, Boise State came away with a hard fought 17-14 win just one week later. The Mountain West is a difficult league to figure out, as witnessed by Fresno’s remarkable improvement. These teams should be in the thick of the race down to the wire and with the Broncos entertaining thoughts of busting into the New Year’s Six bowl games, they better not slip up. They’ll also try for their 10th win against no losses at home to the Bulldogs.

Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, Saturday, November 10

It doesn’t matter where the teams are in the standings, when this game comes up on the schedule all hell is sure to break loose. It’s called Bedlam for a reason and everything is intensified when the schools are playing for a title. The Sooners won the last three Big 12 championships, edging out Oklahoma State in 2015 and 2016. The Cowboys were off the pace last season finishing third and thus didn’t qualify for the conference championship game, which returned last season after a years-long hiatus and pits the top two teams. OU blasted TCU earning a trip to the College Football Playoff for the second time in three years.

Oklahoma State has long been considered the ugly stepchild to OU when it comes to football in the state. And the Cowboys have taken a good amount of punishment from their in-state rival. The Sooners have won 87 of the 112 all-time meetings, including three straight, five of the last six, and 13 of the last 15 games. But one thing’s for sure, we are going to get points on the board. With Baker Mayfield and Mason Rudolph leading their clubs last year, the teams combined for the most points ever in OU’s 62-52 win.

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