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College Football Week 7 Betting

College Football Week 7 Betting

When the Game of the Year lines hit the board at online sportsbooks in the early summer, the Saturday of Week 7 certainly had one of the more impressive lists of matchups. Along with the Red River Rivalry between Big 12 rivals Texas and Oklahoma, a ton of big games where going in the Big Ten as well as the SEC and ACC. The defending champion Clemson Tigers will find themselves installed huge favorites to take down Florida State a fifth straight time, while both B1G battles between the Nittany Lions, Hawkeyes, Spartans and Badgers were expected to be a bit more competitive. Fans of the SEC will also be glued to their HDTV’s with the Alabama/Texas A&M and Florida/LSU matchups expected to get a ton of interest and action from the betting public.

2019 College Football Week 7 Betting Schedule

College Football Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Appalachian State at Louisiana | 8pm | ESPN2

College Football Thursday, October 10, 2019

Syracuse at NC State | 8pm | ESPN

ULM at Texas State | 9:15pm | ESPNU

College Football Friday, October 11, 2019

Virginia at Miami (FL) | 8pm | ESPN

While the Thursday night matchup between Syracuse and NC State could be a big one, we’ll instead concentrate on Friday night’s ACC Coastal Division matchup between the Cavaliers and Hurricanes in Coral Gables. UVA enters the year off its most wins since 2011 and back-to-back bowl appearances. Bronco Mendenhall has got the program on the rise, and this figures to be the season the Wahoos make a run at representing the division against Clemson in the ACC title game. With a loaded defense and one of the more excelled and exciting quarterbacks in the country leading its charge, Virginia invades Miami looking to score successive wins against the Canes since the 2011 and 2012 seasons. Miami’s defense is the team’s strength. The offense is another story, and that’s something new head coach Manny Diaz will hopefully have rectified entering this tilt under the Friday night lights with a determined Cavaliers outfit. Virginia’s managed just two wins in its seven visits to Miami dating back to 2005, but went on to cover all but one of those skirmishes. It’ll definitely be an attractive investment should it be catching a few points in the showcase game at offshore sportsbooks on Friday night.

Colorado State at New Mexico | 8pm | CBSSN

Colorado at Oregon | 10pm | FS1

College Football Saturday, October 12, 2019

Michigan State at Wisconsin | 4pm

Maryland at Purdue | 12pm

Oklahoma vs. Texas (in Dallas, TX) | 12pm | FOX

Back and forth we go with the Longhorns and Sooners alternating dominating one another. Entering this year’s 115th overall meeting, it’s Oklahoma that’s held the recent advantage coming out on top in three of the last four. Before that, it was the Horns that held the upper hand winning and covering the closing college football odds in three straight from 2010-12. These hated rivals partook in a pair of matchups against one another last season. Texas came out on top of the Rivalry game by pulling out the 48-45 win and cover as 7-point underdogs. The rematch in the Big 12 title game didn’t go nearly as smooth for Tom Herman’s defense which had no answer for Kyler Murray who went on to throw for 379 yards and 3 TD en route to leading Boomer Sooner to the 39-27 win and cover as near 10-point chalk. While Sam Ehlinger will once again be in the mix for Texas, Alabama graduate transfer Jalen Hurts will be leading Lincoln Riley’s offense into battle. OU hit the board as 6.5-point favs to win on the Game of the Year betting lines.

Rutgers at Indiana | 12pm

Ball State at Eastern Michigan | 2pm

Old Dominion at Marshall | 2:30pm | Stadium

New Mexico State at Central Michigan | 3pm

NIU at Ohio | 3:30pm

Kent State at Akron | 3:30pm

Middle Tennessee at Florida Atlantic | 4pm | ESPN+

UAB at UTSA | 6pm | ESPN+

Army at WKU | 7pm | Stadium

Charlotte at FIU | 7pm | ESPN+

Fresno State at Air Force | 7pm | CBSSN

North Texas at Southern Miss | 7pm | Facebook

UMass at Louisiana Tech | 7pm | ESPN3

USC at Notre Dame | 7:30pm | NBC

Whoever made the Trojans schedule for this season year’s back should be fired. Seriously! USC opens the season at home against Fresno State and then welcomes Stanford into the Coliseum. From there, it’s a trip to Provo where Kalani Sitake’s BYU Cougars await. Then they get the Utah Utes at home who enter the year looking to win the Pac-12 South a second straight season. If that’s not enough, they then get to travel up to Washington to deal with Chris Petersen’s Washington Huskies. Which brings us to Week 7 when they travel to South Bend to contend with Ian Book and a Notre Dame Fighting Irish squad they’ve fallen to two straight times as well as five of the last seven! Though USC made some changes within the coaching staff and brought in yet another solid recruiting class, it remains to be seen what it will all turn into. Should the Trojans get out to another slow start, this matchup with the Irish could ultimately end up being Helton’s last stand. Fail it, and wholesale changes could be made across the board. Linemakers don’t envision this one turning out well with the Fighting Irish installed 12.5-point favorites on the Game of the Year lines.

Wyoming at San Diego State | 10:30pm | CBSSN

Georgia State at Coastal Carolina

Penn State at Iowa

Iowa State at West Virginia

Louisville at Wake Forest

Memphis at Temple

Miami (Ohio) at Western Michigan

Michigan at Illinois

Mississippi State at Tennessee

Alabama at Texas A&M

This one should be a doozy folks! If only Keith Jackson was still around to call it. No doubt worthy of the SEC on CBS Game of the Week, Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide heads to Aggieland looking to hand Texas A&M a seventh straight defeat. Since these schools became division rivals in the SEC back in 2012, A&M has logged a grand total of one win. That coming in their inaugural meeting back in 2012 when they scored the 29-24 outright win and cover as near two touchdown underdogs. After taking Clemson to overtime before ultimately falling, Texas A&M simply had no answer for Tua Tagovailoa in their 45-23 loss in Tuscaloosa a season ago. Kellen Mond put forth one of his worst showings of the season in throwing for 196 yards and a 1:2 touchdown/interception ratio. The Aggies simply weren’t ready for that type of opponent at that point of the season a year ago with it only four games into the new regime’s reign. This time around, Jimbo will no doubt have his kids ready in hopes of making linemakers look foolish for installing them 14-point home underdogs on the Game of the Year lines.

Navy at Tulsa

Nebraska at Minnesota

Ole Miss at Missouri

Rhode Island at Virginia Tech

Georgia Tech at Duke

San Jose State at Nevada

South Carolina at Georgia

Texas Tech at Baylor

Toledo at Bowling Green

UConn at Tulane

UNLV at Vanderbilt

Utah at Oregon State

Washington at Arizona

Washington State at Arizona State

Hawaii at Boise State

Florida State at Clemson

When’s the last time you saw the Seminoles catching 20+ points from an opponent? I honestly don’t think it’s happened throughout my lifetime. But that’s the harsh reality for the state of both of these programs with the Tigers winning the College Football Playoff two of the last three times and having another team in place that could make it a third in four. On the flipside, Willie Taggart fired all of his offensive coaches, hired a new special teams coordinator and reshuffled the coaching responsibilities on defense. In other words, he pressed the reset button. What it ultimately amounts to remains to be seen, but at the very least it must get the fans and boosters interested in the program once again after a dreadful season. Losers of four straight in the recent rivalry with Clemson that includes an ugly 59-10 bludgeoning absorbed in the Doak last season, FSU must at the very least compete in this game. Linemakers aren’t buying into the wholesale changes having installed the Noles 25-point underdogs on the Game of the Year lines with the Tigers logging wins by an average of 13.5 points the last two times Florida State ventured into Death Valley.

Cincinnati at Houston

BYU at USF

Arkansas at Kentucky

Florida at LSU

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    4:00 PM

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    7:30 PM

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    • Arizona University
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    4:00 PM

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    5:00 PM

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    • Clemson
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    5:00 PM

    • 137
    • Florida International
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    • Tulane
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    5:30 PM

    • 139
    • Texas State
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    • Texas A&M
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    7:00 PM

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    • Kent State
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    • 142
    • Arizona State
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    7:15 PM

    • 143
    • Utah
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    • BYU
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    3:00 PM

    • 145
    • Rice
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    • 146
    • Army
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    5:00 PM

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    • 148
    • Wake Forest
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    4:00 PM

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    • Wisconsin
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    • 150
    • South Florida
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    4:00 PM

    • 151
    • Tulsa
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    • 152
    • Michigan State
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    4:15 PM

    • 153
    • Massachusetts
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    • 154
    • Rutgers
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    • -725
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    7:00 PM

    • 155
    • Colorado State
    • +13-110
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    • 156
    • Colorado
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    • -500
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    6:30 PM

    • 157
    • Purdue
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    • 158
    • Nevada
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    7:30 PM

    • 159
    • Oklahoma State
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    9:00 AM

    • 161
    • Florida Atlantic
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    • 162
    • Ohio State
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    9:00 AM

    • 163
    • South Alabama
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    • 164
    • Nebraska
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    9:00 AM

    • 165
    • East Carolina
    • +16½-110
    • o55½-109
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    • 166
    • North Carolina State
    • -16½-110
    • u55½-111
    • -850
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    9:00 AM

    • 167
    • Akron
    • +17-110
    • o58-115
    • +627
    • 168
    • Illinois
    • -17-110
    • u58-105
    • -925
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    9:00 AM

    • 169
    • Ball State
    • +17-110
    • o59-110
    • +656
    • 170
    • Indiana
    • -17-110
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    9:00 AM

    • 171
    • Toledo
    • +12-110
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    • +361
    • 172
    • Kentucky
    • -12-110
    • u58½-110
    • -465
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    9:00 AM

    • 173
    • Mississippi State
    • -21-105
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    • -1900
    • 174
    • Louisiana Lafayette
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    9:00 AM

    • 175
    • Mississippi
    • +5½-110
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    • 176
    • Memphis
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    12:30 PM

    • 177
    • Georgia State
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    • 178
    • Tennessee University
    • -26-110
    • u57-110
    • -3500
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    12:30 PM

    • 179
    • Eastern Michigan
    • -5½-110
    • o55-110
    • -220
    • 180
    • Coastal Carolina
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    • u55-110
    • +184
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    12:30 PM

    • 181
    • South Carolina
    • -7½-110
    • o63-110
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    • 182
    • North Carolina
    • +7½-110
    • u63-110
    • +251
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    12:30 PM

    • 183
    • Duke
    • +35-110
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    • 184
    • Alabama
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    1:00 PM

    • 185
    • Northwestern
    • +6-110
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    • +203
    • 186
    • Stanford
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    • -245
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    1:00 PM

    • 187
    • Virginia Tech
    • -3½-110
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    • 188
    • Boston College
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    • +150
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    3:00 PM

    • 189
    • Syracuse
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    • 190
    • Liberty
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    • +688
  • Ago 31

    4:00 PM

    • 191
    • Boise State
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    • o54½-110
    • +184
    • 192
    • Florida State
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    • u54½-110
    • -220
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    4:00 PM

    • 193
    • SMU
    • +2½-110
    • o58-110
    • +115
    • 194
    • Arkansas State
    • -2½-110
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    • -135
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    4:30 PM

    • 195
    • Middle Tennessee State
    • +33½-105
    • o54-110
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    • 196
    • Michigan
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    4:30 PM

    • 197
    • Miami Ohio
    • +21½-110
    • o49-105
    • +1041
    • 198
    • Iowa
    • -21½-110
    • u49-115
    • -2000
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    4:30 PM

    • 199
    • Georgia Southern
    • +28-110
    • o53-110
    • +1578
    • 200
    • LSU
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    • -5000
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    4:30 PM

    • 201
    • Georgia
    • -20½-110
    • o57½-110
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    • 202
    • Vanderbilt
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    • +947
  • Ago 31

    4:30 PM

    • 203
    • Virginia
    • -2½-110
    • o46-110
    • -141
    • 204
    • Pittsburgh University
    • +2½-110
    • u46-110
    • +120
  • Ago 31

    4:30 PM

    • 205
    • Missouri
    • -18-110
    • o54-110
    • -1065
    • 206
    • Wyoming
    • +18-110
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    • +694
  • Ago 31

    4:30 PM

    • 207
    • Oregon
    • +3-105
    • o56½-108
    • +140
    • 208
    • Auburn
    • -3-115
    • u56½-112
    • -160
  • Ago 31

    5:00 PM

    • 209
    • Louisiana Tech
    • +19½-110
    • o55-110
    • +763
    • 210
    • Texas
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  • Ago 31

    7:00 PM

    • 211
    • New Mexico State
    • +32-110
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    • 212
    • Washington State
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    7:30 PM

    • 213
    • Fresno State
    • +13½-105
    • o52½-110
    • +428
    • 214
    • USC
    • -13½-115
    • u52½-110
    • -570
  • Sep 01

    4:30 PM

    • 215
    • Houston University
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    • o83-110
    • +1100
    • 216
    • Oklahoma
    • -24½-110
    • u83-110
    • -2204
  • Sep 02

    5:00 PM

    • 217
    • Notre Dame
    • -20½-110
    • o57-110
    • -1528
    • 218
    • Louisville
    • +20½-110
    • u57-110
    • +886

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