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2019 NCAA Football Week 11 Betting

NCAA Football Week 11 Betting Odds

The first full week of “MACtion” is upon college football bettors looking to get a jumpstart on the weekend by padding their bankrolls. The first opportunity to do so at online sportsbooks comes Tuesday night with the doubleheader that finds Ball State, Western Michigan, Kent State and Toledo all in action. That’s followed by Wednesday’s Battle of the Bricks on ESPN2 between the Miami Redhawks and Ohio Bobcats. There are two other smaller conferences in action on Thursday night with the attention turning to the Washington Huskies and Oregon State Beavers on Friday night. Saturday’s slate stands to be a great one as LSU travels to take on Alabama, and undefeated Minnesota hosts unbeaten Penn State.

2019 College Football Week 11 Betting Schedule

College Football Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Kent State at Toledo (-7.5) | 7pm | CBSSN

Ball State at Western Michigan (-7) | 8pm | ESPN2

College Football Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Miami (Ohio) at Ohio (-6.5) | 8pm | ESPN2

College Football Thursday, November 7, 2019

Louisiana at Coastal Carolina (+13.5) | 7:30pm | ESPNU

Temple at USF (+1.5) | 8pm | ESPN

College Football Friday, November 8, 2019

UCF at Tulsa (+16.5) | 7pm | ESPN2

Washington at Oregon State (+9.5) | 10:30pm | FS1

College Football Saturday, November 9, 2019

UMass at Army (-35) | 12pm | CBSSN

Penn State at Minnesota (+6) | 12pm | ABC

No one expected either of these teams to be unbeaten in November, but both these teams have been extremely impressive. Minnesota squeaked past its first four opponents before turning it on in October, while Penn State has nice wins over Iowa, Michigan, and Michigan State in its last three games. The Nittany Lions are favored per the CFB betting odds due to their superior resume, and because the Golden Gophers have faced five straight backup quarterbacks in an incredible stroke of luck.

Texas Tech at West Virginia (+1) | 12pm | ESPN2

Purdue at Northwestern (+2) | 12pm | Big Ten Network

Vanderbilt at Florida (-24.5) | 12pm | ESPN

Western Kentucky at Arkansas (-2.5) | 12pm | SEC Network

Maryland at Ohio State (-42) | 12pm | FOX

Florida State at Boston College (-1.5) | 12pm | ACC Network

East Carolina at SMU (-23.5) | 12pm | ESPNU

Baylor at TCU (+1) | 12pm | FS1

Georgia Tech at Virginia (-17.5) | 12:30pm | ACC Network

UTSA at Old Dominion (-4.5) | 2pm | ESPN3

Air Force at New Mexico (+21.5) | 2pm | AT&T Sportsnet

Charlotte at UTEP (+11.5) | 3pm | ESPN Plus

South Alabama at Texas State (-7.5) | 3pm | ESPN3

Stanford at Colorado (+3.5) | 3pm | Pac 12 Network

UConn at Cincinnati (-34.5) | 3:30pm | CBSSN

USC at Arizona State (+1) | 3:30pm | ABC

The Trojans still have a chance to win the Pac 12 South, but they need to win out and hope that Utah stumbles in order to win the tiebreaker with the Utes after last week’s disastrous loss to Oregon. That defeat will probably lead to Clay Helton being fired later this month, but until then, Helton is still the man in Heritage Hall. Arizona State is still searching for one more win in order to go bowling, but the Trojans are still favored despite their road woes this campaign.

Georgia Southern at Troy (+3) | 3:30pm

UAB at Southern Miss (-7) | 3:30pm | NFL Network

Wake Forest at Virginia Tech (+3) | 3:30pm | ACC Network

LSU at Alabama (-6) | 3:30pm | CBS

The Bayou Bengals have been largely dormant this decade against Alabama, but LSU has a great chance of pulling off the upset this year. LSU has the current favorite to win the Heisman Trophy in Joe Burrow, and the Tigers are the No. 1 team in the country. They have the most impressive resume in the nation and Tua Tagovailoa won’t be 100 percent, so if the Tigers are ever going to knock off the Crimson Tide, it’s this year.

Kansas State at Texas (-5.5) | 3:30pm | ESPN

Illinois at Michigan State (-11.5) | 3:30pm | FS1

Louisville at Miami (FL) (-4.5) | 3:30pm | ESPN2

Iowa at Wisconsin (-9.5) | 4pm | FOX

North Texas at Louisiana Tech (-5.5) | 4pm | Facebook

New Mexico State at Ole Miss (-28.5) | 4pm | SEC Network

Georgia State at ULM (+2.5) | 5pm | ESPN Plus

FIU at Florida Atlantic (-10) | 6pm | Stadium

Utah State at Fresno State (-3) | 7pm | CBSSN

Unfortunately, the Aggies couldn’t hold up their end of the bargain last season to set up a Mountain West title game matchup against Fresno State. They will meet this year, but this time it will be with Gary Anderson leading Utah State and the Bulldogs without some key players from last year’s fantastic team. The Aggies have taken three of the last five meetings, but the Bulldogs covered per the college football betting odds in four of the five games.

Washington State at California (+7.5) | 7pm | Pac 12 Network

Missouri at Georgia (Check Back Later) | 7pm | ESPN

Appalachian State at South Carolina (-3.5) | 7pm | ESPN2

Tennessee at Kentucky (-2.5) | 7:30pm | SEC Network

Notre Dame at Duke (+6) | 7:30pm | ACC Network

Clemson at NC State (+31) | 7:30pm | ABC

It’s been a dreadful season for Dave Doeren and North Carolina State. The Wolfpack are the second-worst team in the ACC Atlantic with a 1-3 conference record, and they have yet to win a road game. NC State is undefeated at home, but Clemson is likely to smash them as the Tigers are an enormous favorite per the NCAAF betting odds coming into this game.

Liberty at BYU (-17.5) | 7:30pm | ESPNU

Iowa State at Oklahoma (-13) | 8pm | FOX

Wyoming at Boise State (-11.5) | 10:15pm | ESPN

Nevada at San Diego State (-17) | 10:30pm | ESPN2

San Jose State at Hawaii (-7.5) | 11pm | Facebook

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