Get a jump on Week 10 College Football odds and lines ahead of time and four bets to make this weekend before odds begin to change during the week. Find the most updated College Football odds for Week 10 below.
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Early College Football Week 10 Bets to Place
Week 9 of the college football season is here, which means it isn’t too early to get a look at some of the lines for Week 10’s action as the season hits the final stretch. Many of the early lines may shift after this weekend’s games, so here are some of the bets you might want to lock in sooner rather than later.
Clemson -5.5 vs. Notre Dame
As unproven as Clemson still is, we’re one more Notre Dame disappointment from this line moving further in the Tigers’ direction. The Fighting Irish flopped against Stanford earlier this month and seem due for another letdown on the road against Syracuse.
Clemson nearly fell to Syracuse last week, but a convincing win for the Orange this week would go to show that the game was between two teams that are in an entirely different class than Notre Dame this season.
With Clemson on a bye this week, all it could take to move this line to a touchdown or more is some additional proof that Notre Dame isn’t anything more than a mediocre team in 2022.
Florida +10.5 vs. Texas A&M
Oddsmakers are still sticking to this idea that Texas A&M is one of the SEC’s better teams. Despite a non-existent offense and a 3-4 record, the Aggies are favored by double-digits ahead of next week’s matchup with Florida.
Texas A&M was also favored against Ole Miss until the Aggies’ loss to South Carolina. Now, the Rebels are 2-point favorites. I could see a similar scenario playing out here. If Texas A&M just doesn’t look up to the task against a well-balanced Ole Miss team, bettors are going to lose confidence in Jimbo Fisher’s group.
The line probably can’t shift any further toward the Aggies considering Florida isn’t expected to be competitive against Georgia this weekend. Can Florida be competitive on the road against Texas A&M? Absolutely. Neither team has a strong offense, but Anthony Richardson at least gives Florida something Texas A&M doesn’t have. Florida +10.5 is too valuable to pass up.
Baylor +9.5 vs. Oklahoma
Are we sure Oklahoma should be such a strong favorite against a team like Baylor? The Sooners had a terrible stretch with losses to Kansas State, TCU, and Texas. The streak only ended with a 52-42 win over a Kansas team on its backup quarterback. After a bye, it’s worth watching Oklahoma’s performance against Iowa State closely. If it’s just more of the same, Baylor +9.5 will be a great value – the line could move to a touchdown or less as their matchup gets closer.
Baylor picked up a 35-23 win over Kansas last week, flashing a better defense than Oklahoma did against the Jayhawks. Baylor can utilize that same defense and keep the Sooners’ offense in check when their matchup rolls around. If Oklahoma stumbles against the Cyclones – or if Baylor has a big day against Texas Tech this weekend – the line should narrow.
Tennessee +13.5 vs. Georgia
Tennessee is still available at +13.5, which seems like a nice value considering how powerful the Vols’ offense is. If Tennessee cruises past a tough Kentucky defense this weekend, it feels like that line may move to single-digits.
Georgia, by all indications, is still the best team in the country. I wouldn’t take Tennessee to win this game unless we saw the Bulldogs look surprisingly vulnerable against Florida. However, we did see Georgia narrowly survive Missouri earlier in the season, and the offense has started slow in a handful of games. If Georgia’s offense starts slow against Tennessee, we should see a close game.
As long as Tennessee takes care of business against Kentucky, we should see some money come in on the Vols just like it did before their matchup with Alabama.