College Football Week 5 Opening Lines

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The Florida State Seminoles, still the No. 1 team in college football despite last week’s controversy and tight victory, opened as over three touchdown favorites on the road against North Carolina State on the Week 5 college football betting board.

The Seminoles pulled out a 23-17 win over Clemson in overtime in Week 4 as Jameis Winston served his suspension, keeping them at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for this week. Florida State opened as a 23.5-point favorite against North Carolina State at 5Dimes for their game on Saturday; they’ve yet to cover this season.

Three ranked teams are in action on Thursday night, with No. 24 Oklahoma State hosting Texas Tech, and No. 15 Arizona State getting a visit from No. 11 UCLA. Oklahoma State opened as a 14.5-point home favorite at 5Dimes, while UCLA opened as a 4-point road favorite.

Matchup Reports: Florida State vs. NC State | UCLA vs. Arizona State | Baylor vs. Iowa State

LSU dropped from No. 9 to No. 17 in the AP Top 25 with their 34-29 loss to Mississippi State in Week 4, but they’re still huge 44.5-point favorites at 5Dimes for this week at home against New Mexico State. According to the college football betting trends for this week New Mexico State is 2-8 ATS in its last 10 games as a road underdog.

No. 6 Texas A&M opened as a 12-point favorite vs. Arkansas at AT&T Stadium, while No. 8 Notre Dame opened as a 13-point favorite vs. Syracuse at MetLife Stadium. No. 9 Michigan State begins the week as a 32-point favorite at home against Wyoming, with the Spartans going 6-1 ATS in their last seven games as favorites according to this week’s college football betting trends.

No. 7 Baylor stands as a huge road favorite on the opening Week 5 college football odds at 5Dimes, giving 23 points in their matchup with Iowa State. The Bears are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games against Iowa State, but just 2-6 ATS in their last eight games as a road favorite.

College Football Week 5 Opening Betting Lines at 5Dimes (Posted As Available)

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
7:30pm ET – Texas Tech at Oklahoma State (-14.5)
7:30pm ET – Appalachian State at Georgia Southern (-15.5)
10:00pm ET – UCLA at Arizona State (+4)

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
8:00pm ET – Fresno State at New Mexico (+4)
8:00pm ET – Middle Tennessee at Old Dominion (-3.5)

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
12:00pm ET – Wyoming at Michigan State (-32)
12:00pm ET – Tennessee at Georgia (-17)
12:00pm ET – South Florida at Wisconsin (-33)
12:00pm ET – UTEP at Kansas State (-29.5)
12:00pm ET – Vanderbilt at Kentucky (-13.5)
12:00pm ET – TCU at SMU (+29)
12:00pm ET – Tulane at Rutgers (-10.5)
12:00pm ET – Northwestern at Penn State (-10)
12:00pm ET – Iowa at Purdue (+13.5)
12:30pm ET – Colorado State at Boston College (-5)
12:30pm ET – Western Michigan at Virginia Tech (-25.5)
1:00pm ET – Army at Yale ()
1:30pm ET – Akron at Pittsburgh (-17.5)
1:30pm ET – Maryland at Indiana (-3)
2:00pm ET – Eastern Illinois at Ohio ()
3:00pm ET – Bowling Green at Massachusetts (+12)
3:30pm ET – Florida State at North Carolina State (+23.5)
3:30pm ET – Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (-12) (AT&T Stadium)
3:30pm ET – Minnesota at Michigan (-8)
3:30pm ET – Wake Forest at Louisville (-21)
3:30pm ET – Miami-Ohio at Buffalo ()
3:30pm ET – Western Kentucky at Navy (-7)
3:30pm ET – Florida International at UAB (-13.5)
3:30pm ET – Kent State at Virginia ()
4:00pm ET – Louisiana Tech at Auburn ()
4:00pm ET – Temple at Connecticut (+4.5)
4:00pm ET – Texas at Kansas (+14)
4:00pm ET – Colorado at California (-11)
4:15pm ET – Stanford at Washington (+5.5)
5:00pm ET – UTSA at Florida Atlantic (+4)
5:00pm ET – South Alabama at Idaho (+6.5)
6:00pm ET – Cincinnati at Ohio State (-13)
7:00pm ET – North Carolina at Clemson (-11.5)
7:00pm ET – Missouri at South Carolina (-6.5)
7:00pm ET – Central Michigan at Toledo (-14)
7:00pm ET – Rice at Southern Miss (+10.5)
7:00pm ET – Boise State at Air Force (+14.5)
7:00pm ET – Troy at Louisiana-Monroe ()
7:30pm ET – Duke at Miami (-5.5)
7:30pm ET – New Mexico State at LSU (-44.5)
7:30pm ET – Memphis at Ole Miss (-21)
8:00pm ET – Baylor at Iowa State (+23)
8:00pm ET – Notre Dame vs. Syracuse (+13) (MetLife Stadium)
8:00pm ET – UNLV at San Diego State (-17)
8:00pm ET – Texas State at Tulsa (-5.5)
8:00pm ET – Washington State at Utah (-10)
9:00pm ET – Illinois at Nebraska (-18)
10:30pm ET – Oregon State at USC (-11.5)
10:30pm ET – Nevada at San Jose State (+1.5)

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