Clemson Tigers at Boston College Eagles (+17, 42.5) Clemson once again has put itself in the driver’s seat in the ACC and will try to maintain its momentum against the ….
Temple Owls at Memphis Tigers (-10, 60.5)
Fresh off its first loss of the season, host Memphis aims to regroup Thursday against resurgent Temple when the Owls visit the Tigers in an American Athletic Conference game. Memphis outscored its opponents 155-27 during a 3-0 start, but struggled in a 20-point loss at Ole Miss last week in its final non-conference tune-up.
Georgia Southern Eagles at Arkansas State Red Wolves (+7, 55)
After opening the season 0-3, Arkansas State must have thought that things couldn’t get much worse – then came a humiliating loss to FCS Central Arkansas. The Red Wolves look to end their season-opening four-game losing skid Wednesday as it hosts a Georgia Southern team coming off its own humbling loss at Western Michigan.
Oklahoma has averaged 39.5 points and 493 total yards per game, but the Sooners have also allowed 35.2 points and 429 total yards per game.
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[ad_1] The undefeated Washington Huskies look to continue their impressive climb up the AP Top 25 rankings when they take on the struggling Oregon Ducks on Saturday night in a ….
[ad_1] The Michigan State Spartans look to avoid losing three straight for the first time since 2009 when they play host to the BYU Cougars on Saturday in a Week ….
No. 4 Louisville Cardinals at No. 3 Clemson Tigers (+1, 67) The last time Louisville and Clemson squared off, it turned into a defensive struggle. A repeat would be quite ….
Football bettors aren’t buying into Wisconsin’s hot start to the season and are wagering on Harbaugh and Michigan with both fists.
Week 5 of the college football season is loaded with huge matchups, and the betting action has been just as big. We’re inside the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas talking about the most significant line moves with Matthew Holt of CG Technology.
No. 6 Stanford Cardinal at No. 9 Washington Huskies (-3.5, 44.5)
Junior running back Christian McCaffrey ranks second in the nation in rushing yards per game but is somehow considered to be experiencing a down season as he leads No. 6 Stanford into a Pac-12 showdown at No. 9 Washington on Friday night. McCaffrey’s spectacular 2015 campaign in which he rushed for 2,019 yards and finished second in the Heisman Trophy balloting has made his 145.3 rushing yards per game seem pedestrian but only San Diego State’s Donnel Pumphrey (199.7) has a better average.
Connecticut Huskies at No. 7 Houston Cougars (-28, 51)
Seventh-ranked Houston gets a chance to avenge its only loss from last year when it hosts Connecticut in an American Athletic Conference game Thursday night. Both starting quarterbacks missed the majority of last year’s meeting – a 20-17 UConn home victory- but return healthy for the rematch.