Florida State remained undefeated on the season with their win over Louisville on Thursday night, and Mississippi State will be looking to do the same on Saturday with top spot in the College Football Playoff Rankings on the line as they play host to Arkansas.
Mississippi State is No. 1 and Florida State is No. 2 in the first edition of the College Football Playoff Rankings released this past week, with that listing eventually being used to determine the participants in the four-team College Football Playoff field in January. The Rebels and the Seminoles both entered the week at 7-0 SU, with Mississippi State at 5-2 ATS heading into Week 10.
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Auburn and Ole Miss are No. 3 and No. 4 in the College Football Playoff Rankings, and conveniently they meet on Saturday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. The Tigers are 4-1 both SU and ATS in their last five games against the Rebels according to the Week 10 college football betting trends, with the OVER going 4-1 for totals bettors in their last five meetings.
The loser of that Auburn vs. Ole Miss matchup risks losing its spot in the top four of the CFP Rankings to No. 5 Oregon, which is a home favorite against Stanford on Saturday night. No. 6 Alabama is idle this week, while No. 7 TCU has a tough game on the road against No. 20 West Virginia; the Mountaineers, though, are just 3-7 ATS in their last 10 home games.
Rounding out the Top 10 of the opening CFP Rankings are No. 8 Michigan State, No. 9 Kansas State, and No. 10 Notre Dame. Kansas State plays host to Oklahoma State on Saturday as 11.5-point favorites on the college football betting lines, while the Fighting Irish are 15-point road favorites against Navy for Saturday.
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