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College football Week 4 odds are live at The 2020 College Football season rolls into Week 4 with the addition of SEC teams to the schedule and for what seems like the first time in a very long time, a full slate of college football is on tap, featuring not one, but two games featuring two ranked teams.

Longtime sports broadcaster and gambling expert Michael Jenkins is here to run through the notable college football Week 4 odds, featuring a massive spread in the Big 12 and two ranked matchups you definitely wouldn’t expect.

College Football Week 4 Odds:

#24 Louisville (1-1) at #21 Pittsburgh (2-0). 12:00 p.m. ET 
Moneyline: Pittsburgh -152, Louisville +125
Spread: Pittsburgh -3
Over/Under: 55 points
The Panthers’ defense has been the difference in their 2-0 start. Last week, they held Syracuse to 171 total yards, but the Cardinals present a different challenge with Malik Cunningham under center. Louisville is coming off a primetime 47-34 loss to the suddenly (very good?) Miami Hurricanes, but Cunningham still threw for 307 yards and three touchdowns. Pitt has the advantage of playing at home but hasn’t covered the number in four of its last five.

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Kansas State (0-1)  at #3 Oklahoma (1-0). 12:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Oklahoma -3200, Kansas State +1900
Spread: Oklahoma -28
Over/Under: 60.5 points
This is a big spread for a Kansas State team that beat the Sooners just last season. However, the Wildcats are coming off a stunning loss to Arkansas State in their opener, and the hits just keep coming. Head coach Chris Klieman says that 12 players returned after that defeat, only to see ten more players leave for quarantine because of COVID-related issues. Both teams have had two weeks to prepare for their conference opener.

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#22 Army (2-0) at #14 Cincinnati (1-0). 3:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Cincinnati -770, Army +510
Spread: Cincinnati -14
Over/Under: 47 points
2020 still has plenty of surprises in store, like a Top 25 matchup between Army and Cincinnati! The Black Knights haven’t started 3-0 since 2016, and their wins against Middle Tennessee State and Louisiana-Monroe have come by a combined score of 79-7. The Bearcats are building on back-to-back 11-win seasons and just finished dismantling Austin Peay 55-20. The underdog is 4-0 ATS in the last four meetings between these squads.

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Vanderbilt (0-0) at #10 Texas A&M (0-0). 7:30 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Texas A&M -6000, Vanderbilt +1700
Spread: Texas A&M -30.5
Over/Under: 42.5
The SEC gets underway on Saturday with College Station serving as “Snoozefest Central.” Senior quarterback Kellen Mond threw for 2,850 yards last year and 20 touchdowns, and he’ll likely meet Commodores freshman (and native Texan) Ken Seals. The Aggies are hoping to be a dark horse national title candidate while the Commodores are hoping to escape with their pride intact after going 1-9 last year. Speaking of records, Vanderbilt is just 3-10 ATS in their last 13 games and hit the under in seven of the last 10 games.

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Kansas (0-1) at Baylor (0-0). 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPNU
Moneyline: Baylor -715, Kansas +480
Spread: Baylor -16.5
Over/Under: 62 points
Every week, I remind myself that Les Miles is coaching in Lawrence, and it never ceases to blow my mind. The Jayhawks opened their season getting thrown around at home by… Coastal Carolina. Tip o’ the cap to you, Les.

Baylor has assembled an all-star coaching staff in Waco, and now we get to see how quickly it pays off. Head Coach Dave Aranda brings a national championship from coaching defense at LSU, and Larry Fedora is the new offensive coordinator. The Bears are 5-0 ATS in their last five.

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NC State (1-0) at #20 Virginia Tech (0-0). 8:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Virginia Tech -265, NC State +205
Spread: Virginia Tech -7
Over/Under: 57.5 points
This is a matchup keep an eye on because there’s a significant chance that it won’t be played at all. The Hokies have yet to take the field this season and have already postponed two games—including one against NC State. Virginia Tech head coach Justin Fuente says he’s not sure if his team will suit up on Saturday because they don’t have a full roster.

The Wolfpack finally got their season underway last week, putting up 45 points in a three-point upset over Wake Forest. The Pack and the Hokies haven’t played since 2015.

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2020 College Football Schedule:

Notable Week 4 college football games (All time ET).

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12 p.m.: #5 Florida (-825) at Ole Miss (+540). Florida -14.5. O/U 57 points
12 p.m.: #23 Kentucky (+260) at #8 Auburn (-335). Auburn -8. O/U 49.5 points
12 p.m.: #24 Louisville (+125) at #21 Pittsburgh (-152). Pittsburgh -3. O/U 55 points
12 p.m.: #13 UCF (-5000) at East Carolina (+1400). UCF -27.5. O/U 76.5 points
12 p.m.: Kansas State (+1900) at #3 Oklahoma (-3200). Oklahoma -28. O/U 60.5 points
3:30 p.m.: Mississippi State (+750) at #6 LSU (-1250). LSU -16.5. O/U 56.5 points
3:30 p.m.: #9 Texas (-910) at Texas Tech (+575). Texas -18. O/U 70.5 points
3:30 p.m.: West Virginia (+240) at #15 Oklahoma State (-305). Oklahoma State -8.5. O/U 52 points
3:30 p.m.: #22 Army (+510) at #14 Cincinnati (-770). Cincinnati -14. O/U 47 points
4 p.m.: #4 Georgia (-10000) at Arkansas (+1800). Georgia 26.5. O/U 52.5 points
4 p.m.: Duke (+170) at Virginia (-210). Virginia -5.5. O/U 47 points
6 p.m.: Texas State (+600) at Boston College (-1000). Boston College -17.5. O/U 58.5 points
7 p.m.: #2 Alabama (TBD) at Missouri (TBD). Alabama -27. O/U 56.5 points
7:30 p.m.: #16 Tennessee (-175) at South Carolina (+143). Tennessee -3.5. O/U 42.5 points
7:30 p.m.: Vanderbilt (TBD) at #10 Texas A&M (TBD). Texas A&M -30.5. O/U 45.5 points
7:30 p.m.: Kansas (+480) at Baylor (-715). Baylor -16.5. OU 62 points
7:30 p.m.: Florida State (+360) at #12 Miami (-480). Miami -11.5 O/U 62 points
8 p.m.: NC State (+205) at #20 Virginia Tech (-265). Virginia Tech -7. O/U 57.5 points
10:15 p.m.: Troy (+410) at #18 BYU (-590). BYU -14. O/U 61 points