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2019 NCAA Football Week 8 Betting

NCAA Football Week 8 Betting Odds

Week 8 of the college football betting season starts on Wednesday night with a Sun Belt tilly between South Alabama and Troy. The Power Five gets in on the action the following day with UCLA and Stanford set to go at one another on Thursday night, and there will be four games under the Friday night lights with the Big Ten matchup between Ohio State and Northwestern the spotlight game at online sportsbooks. Saturday’s slate is once again littered with plenty of huge divisional battles with Purdue squaring off against Iowa, LSU traveling to Mississippi State, Oregon locking horns with Washington, and the big one in Happy Valley that pits Michigan against Penn State.

2019 College Football Week 8 Betting Schedule

College Football Wednesday, October 16, 2019

South Alabama at Troy (-14.5) | 8pm | ESPN2

College Football Thursday, October 17, 2019

Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State (+5.5) | 7:30pm | ESPNU

UCLA at Stanford (Check Back Later) | 9pm | ESPN

College Football Friday, October 18, 2019

Marshall at Florida Atlantic (-5.5) | 6:30pm | CBSSN

Pitt at Syracuse (+3.5) | 7pm | ESPN

Ohio State at Northwestern (+27) | 8:30pm | FS1

Where were you the last time Ohio State traveled to Evanston to take on Northwestern? If you had a Wildcats +9.5 ticket in your back pocket, I’m sure you remember! The Wildcats dominated nearly the entire game until the closing moments of the fourth quarter when they allowed the Buckeyes to take their first lead. They followed that up by allowing OSU to get ahead of the spread on the game’s final play as a botched kick-off return saw Joey Bosa saunter into the end zone for the covering score. These non-division rivals have squared off twice since then, and it’s been the Buckeyes that came out victorious in each, logging a 24-20 win as 26-point favorites in 2016 and a 45-24 beat down of the Wildcats in last year’s B1G title game. The Buckeyes are expected to hammer Northwestern this time around too, as the Wildcats have one of the worst offenses in college football.

UNLV at Fresno State (-14) | 10pm | CBSSN

College Football Saturday, October 19, 2019

Wisconsin at Illinois (+29.5) | 12pm | Big Ten Network

Purdue at Iowa (-16.5) | 12:00pm | ESPN2

Florida at South Carolina (Check Back Later) | 12pm | ESPN

Iowa State at Texas Tech (+5.5) | 12pm | FS1

Kent State at Ohio (-7.5) | 12pm | CBSSN

Georgia Tech at Miami (FL) (-18.5) | 12pm | ACC Network

Houston at UConn (+23) | 12pm | ESPNU

Auburn at Arkansas (+18.5) | 12pm | SEC Network

West Virginia at Oklahoma (-33.5) | 12pm | FOX

NC State at Boston College (Check Back Later | 12pm | ACC Network

Clemson at Louisville (+23) | 12pm | ABC

Central Michigan at Bowling Green (+10) | 2pm | ESPN3

Toledo at Ball State (Check Back Later) | 2pm | ESPN Plus

Oregon State at California (-11) | 2:30pm | Pac 12 Network

Northern Illinois at Miami (Ohio) (+1) | 2:30pm | ESPN Plus

TCU at Kansas State (+2.5) | 2:30pm | Fox Sportsnet

Coastal Carolina at Georgia Southern (-6) | 3pm | ESPN3

New Mexico at Wyoming (-19.5) | 3pm | AT&T Sportsnet

Temple at SMU (-7) | 3:30pm | ESPN2

Tulsa at Cincinnati (-16) | 3:30pm | ESPNU

Oregon at Washington (+2) | 3:30pm | ABC

Pac-12 North bragging rights will be on the line when Justin Herbert and the Oregon Ducks travel to Seattle to take on the reigning division and conference champion Washington Huskies. These border rivals played a thrilling overtime game last season that Oregon won 30-27 as 3.5-point home underdogs. In doing so, the Ducks improved their impressive record over the Huskies this decade going 8-2 straight up and 7-2-1 against the spread. If you’re a fan of offensive line play, you’re going to love watching what both teams bring to the table in this one, and two first round picks in the 2020 NFL Draft could be on display in Washington quarterback Jacob Eason and Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert.

North Carolina at Virginia Tech (+3.5) | 3:30pm | ACC Network

Indiana at Maryland (Check Back Later) | 3:30pm | Big Ten Network

LSU at Mississippi State (+19) | 3:30pm | CBS

Traveling to Starkville a week removed from taking on Florida in a crucial non-divisional SEC battle will be an uphill climb for Coach Orgeron and the LSU Tigers in Week 8. At this point, we should have a pretty good idea as to just how improved Joe Moorhead’s offense is with the Dawgs having already run up against the stout defenses of K-State, Kentucky, Auburn and Tennessee. Mississippi State only managed to put three points on the board against LSU in last season’s ugly 19-3 defeat as 5.5-point Baton Rouge underdogs, and the sledding doesn’t figure to get any easier against a Tigers defense that returns eight starters from last year’s defense and just might have a potent offensive attack to go along with it after the changes made in the offseason. These SEC West rivals rank out nearly identically on the preseason power numbers, so another closely fought affair is to be expected as each of the last four overall meetings have cashed under tickets with an average of 37.3 points hitting the scoreboard.

Louisiana-Monroe at Appalachian State (-17) | 3:30pm | ESPN Plus

USF at Navy (Check Back Later) | 3:30pm | CBSSN

Southern Miss at Louisiana Tech (+1) | 3:30pm | NFL Network

Minnesota at Rutgers (+28) | 3:30pm | Big Ten Network

Buffalo at Akron (+18) | 3:30pm | ESPN3

Duke at Virginia (-4.5) | 3:30pm | ACC Network

Baylor at Oklahoma State (-3.5) | 4pm | FOX

Middle Tennessee at North Texas (Check Back Later) | 4pm | Stadium

Old Dominion at UAB (-15) | 4pm | ESPN Plus

Missouri at Vanderbilt (+21.5) | 4pm | SEC Network

Charlotte at WKU (-10.5) | 4pm | ESPN Plus

Maine at Liberty (Check Back Later) | 6pm | ESPN Plus

Kentucky at Georgia (-24.5) | 6pm | ESPN

Rice at UTSA (+3) | 6pm | ESPN3

Arizona State at Utah (-13.5) | 6pm | Pac 12 Network

Army at Georgia State (+5.5) | 7pm | ESPN Plus

Kansas at Texas (-23) | 7pm | Longhorn Network

UTEP at FIU (-21) | 7pm | ESPN Plus

San Diego State at San Jose State (+7) | 7pm | Facebook

Tulane at Memphis (-4) | 7pm | ESPN2

East Carolina at UCF (-33.5) | 7pm | CBSSN

Colorado at Washington State (-13.5) | 7pm | ESPNU

Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan (+9.5) | 7pm | ESPN Plus

Texas A&M at Ole Miss (+5) | 7:30pm | SEC Network

Michigan at Penn State (-7.5) | 7:30pm | ABC

The Wolverines and Nittany Lions have administered all-out beat downs against one another each of the last three seasons. Michigan thumped Penn State 49-10 as 18-point favorites back in 2016, and PSU answered with a 42-13 wipeout as 7.5-point favorites the following season. The home team prevailed in a big way again last year, as the Wolverines wiped the white off the Nittany Lions in a 42-7 thrashing. Another major blowout may be in the offing this year too given Michigan’s offensive struggles this season.

Florida State at Wake Forest (-3) | 7:30pm | ACC Network

Tennessee at Alabama (-34.5) | 9pm | ESPN

Arizona at USC (-9) | 9:30pm | Pac 12 Network

Nevada at Utah State (-21.5) | 10:15pm | ESPNU

Boise State at BYU (Check Back Later) | 10:15pm | ESPN2

Air Force at Hawaii (+2.5) | 11pm | CBSSN

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