Week 11 College Football odds and lines are officially posted. Find the most updated College Football odds for Week 11 as well as predictions for marquee matchups such as Arizona vs Colorado, Georgia vs Ole Miss, Oregon vs USC, & Michigan St vs Ohio St.
Week 11 College Football Odds & Lines
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Early College Football Week 11 Bets To Place
The regular season will already be getting closer to the end when Week 11 kicks off. With playoff rankings already beginning, are any of the contenders in danger of a surprise defeat?
Let’s take a look at the early odds for Week 11 and which bets are worth locking in right now.
Arizona (-6) vs. Colorado
Colorado’s home-field advantage hasn’t been so impactful of late, and the Buffaloes are in line for what should be a rough home loss to Oregon State this weekend.
After Deion Sanders’ squad struggled with Arizona State and Stanford plus took a comfortable loss to UCLA at home, Arizona has trended in the other direction. The Wildcats just beat Oregon State, destroyed Washington State one game earlier, and played all three of their losses (USC, Washington, Mississippi State) very closely.
Jedd Fisch’s team is a safe bet considering multiple QBs have enjoyed success in his system this season, and a well coached team that can get to the quarterback is not a good matchup for flailing Colorado right now.
If Arizona knocks off UCLA at home this weekend, you’re going to see this line jump over a touchdown. Arizona -6 is a great play right now as the country familiarizes itself with the Wildcats’ game.
Georgia (-12) vs. Ole Miss
Most teams look different at the end of the season than they do at the start of it. Georgia is starting to look like one of those teams. While the Bulldogs looked vulnerable early on, Carson Beck has hit his stride (even without Brock Bowers), and Georgia is drubbing opponents.
An easy win over Kentucky was another sign that Georgia remains a powerhouse, and it wouldn’t be surprising at all to see the Bulldogs’ offense carve up what’s been a suspect Missouri defense this week. If that’s the case, this line could move to two touchdowns or beyond.
Ole Miss has a matchup with gritty Texas A&M this weekend. While the Rebels should win as long as their running game continues its resurgence, they would need a resounding victory to move this line in their direction. With the line firmly under two touchdowns, Georgia is a nice early value.
Oregon (-12.5) vs. USC
This is another game worth taking a look at before the line hits two touchdowns. USC already saw the line for its matchup with Washington shift a couple points in the Huskies’ direction last week, even with Washington’s struggles — that’s how bad the Trojans’ defense was. USC allowed 49 points vs. California and has given up 34+ points in each of its last five games. Bo Nix and this Oregon offense are poised to feast.
The Ducks can tear up just about any defense — they’ve scored at least 35 points in every game this season — and USC’s defense would’ve slowed a competent offense down by now if it was capable at all.
Oregon’s defense isn’t perfect itself, but it’s hard to ignore the Ducks holding Utah to six points a week after USC let the Utes score 34. If Caleb Williams doesn’t bring his absolute best, this one has the potential to get away from the Trojans quickly. Oregon -12.5 is worth a bet before USC’s defense takes another hit against Washington.
Michigan State (+30.5) vs. Ohio State
Michigan State is having an abysmal year, but this line — which can be found as low as +24.5 entering the weekend — intrigues me.
Ohio State hasn’t looked like a team built to totally blow the doors off of opponents this season. The Buckeyes have been prone to (very) slow offensive starts and have relied on their defense more often than not. Offense shouldn’t necessarily be a problem against a poor Spartans defense, but the Buckeyes might not have enough in the tank to score nearly every possession like Michigan did against this team.
With that being said, there’s reason to believe this line will settle under 30 points leading up to the game. Ohio State gets Rutgers this weekend, facing a pesky Scarlet Knights team that held Michigan to a quiet start. That’s the type of defense the Buckeyes could have a hard time pulling away from early on, and it might remind oddsmakers that spotting Ohio State 30 points even against one of the Big Ten’s worst teams is a bit of a stretch.