The college football Week 11 odds are up at BetRivers.com, and it’s safe to say that things are about to get mighty interesting. Every major FBC team in the country is back in action, but with COVID-19 still impacting team rosters on a weekly basis, nothing is for sure. Notre Dame’s win over Clemson in Week 10 shook up the power structure, and as Week 11 arrives, it’s time for teams to take advantage of that.
Longtime sports broadcaster and gambling expert Michael Jenkins is here to run through the notable college football Week 11 odds, including some betting stats and ATS numbers to help you make the right call.
College Football Week 11 Odds:
Iowa (1-2) at Minnesota (1-2). 7:30 p.m. ET (Friday)
Moneyline: Iowa -155, Minnesota +125
Spread: Minnesota +3.5
Over/Under: 58 points
Both the Hawkeyes and the Gophers finally got in the win column last weekend, and now they clash in a Friday night banger in Minneapolis. Both teams would prefer to run the football, and the Gophers have the top rusher in the country in Mohamed Ibrahim, while the Hawks counter with the talented Tyler Goodson. Money has poured in on the Over, moving the Total up a full three points, but the Under is 7-3-1 in the last 11 meetings between these two schools.
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#9 Miami (6-1) at Virginia Tech (4-3). 12:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Virginia Tech -121, Miami +100
Spread: Virginia Tech -1.5
Over/Under: 67.5 points
This is one of those games where the line doesn’t make much sense, does it? You’ve got a Top 10 team that is an underdog on the road against an unranked team with three losses? Be careful. Miami’s only loss to came to Clemson, but the ‘Canes have given up at least 34 points in each of their three games away from home, and that’s partially why this is another game total where the number has moved quickly—already up four points! The favorite is 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings between these teams.
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#20 Southern Cal (1-0) at Arizona (0-0). 3:30 pm. ET
Moneyline: Southern Cal -590, Arizona +380
Spread: Arizona +14.5
Over/Under: 67.5 points
The Trojans are coming off a miracle 28-27 victory against Arizona State, in which they scored a touchdown, recovered an onside kick, and then scored another touchdown with just over a minute to play. This will be the season opener for the Wildcats, who would be happy with anything in the win column after losing seven straight games at the end of the last season. Paul Rhoads takes over the defense in Tuscon and hopes to stop the bleeding. USC is 4-0 against the number in the last four games in this series.
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Arkansas (3-3) at #6 Florida (4-1). 7:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Arkansas -525, Florida -770
Spread: Florida -17.5
Over/Under: 51.5 points
The best covering team in the country might just be… Arkansas? Yep, it’s true. The Razorbacks are 8-0 ATS in their last eight games going back to last season and are coming off a 24-13 victory against Tennessee. The Gators put an ol’ fashioned butt whipping on rival Georgia last Saturday in Jacksonville, rallying from two scores down to win 44-38. Florida shredded the vaunted Dawgs defense, and as a result, the Gators are getting most of the money this week as they return home to Gainesville.
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Utah (0-0) at UCLA (0-1). 10:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Utah -155, UCLA +135
Spread: UCLA +3.5
Over/Under: 59 points
There probably hasn’t been a team in the country more decimated by COVID-19 than the Utah Utes, so much so that this game had to be moved to Saturday night. Head Coach Kyle Whittingham admits that his team has been “decimated” by the virus and will likely start a few walk-ons against the Bruins. And yet, the Utes are favored! That should tell you something about the Bruins, who were trampled 48-42 by Colorado in their season opener. The Utes are 4-0 in their last four at the Rose Bowl.
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