College Football Week 11 Odds: Current Spreads, Moneylines, And Totals

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College football Week 11 action is in progress, with some weeknight games before another busy Saturday. During the main portion of the schedule, many of the nation’s top 25 teams will hit the field, including a few meetings between ranked squads.

Highlights include a Big Ten showdown between Michigan and Penn State and a pair of SEC battles as Tennessee takes on Missouri and Ole Miss visits Georgia. Read on for a betting preview and a look at the latest and best college football Week 11 odds.   

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College football Week 11 odds

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College football Week 11 betting previews

Michigan vs. Penn State betting preview 

It’s a noon kickoff for this meeting of Big Ten East heavyweights. Michigan is a perfect 9-0 and the current betting favorite to win the national title. All nine of the team’s wins have been by double digits, including last week’s 41-13 victory over Purdue. Penn State is 8-1, with the lone blemish coming at the hands of Ohio State, the top team in the latest CFP poll. The Wolverines lead the all-time series between these teams with a record of 16-10, and they won last year’s meeting by a score of 41-17.   

Tennessee vs. Missouri betting preview 

Tennessee is 13th in the latest College Football Playoff rankings and has a record of 7-2. The team has won two straight since suffering a 34-20 road loss to Alabama. Missouri is 14th and has a matching 7-2 record. The club is looking to rebound from last week’s 30-21 defeat at defending national champion Georgia. As the tight spread suggests, this is a meeting of two evenly matched SEC clubs. Tennessee has won four straight in the series, including a 66-24 victory last season. 

Ole Miss vs. Georgia betting preview 

Ole Miss holds down the ninth spot in the latest CFP rankings. The team is 8-1 and riding a five-game winning streak since its lone defeat at Alabama. Last week, it pulled out a 38-35 home win over Texas A&M. Georgia is second in the CFP poll with a record of 9-0 as its quest for a third straight national title continues. Seven of its nine wins have been by 10 or more points. Georgia is 2-6-1 against the spread, while Ole Miss checks in at 6-2-1. 

College football Week 11 futures report

The race for the College Football Playoff continues to heat up. The latest CFP rankings had the same four teams on top: Ohio State, followed by Georgia, Michigan, and Florida State. The four programs are also atop the charts in the latest odds to win the national championship, with Michigan holding a slight lead over Georgia on that list. 

There’s another quartet of clubs that appear to have at least a chance of breaking through: Alabama, Oregon, Washington, and Texas. Alabama’s chances could hinge on winning the SEC. Meanwhile, Oregon and Washington continue to battle for Pac-12 supremacy, while one-loss Texas has business to take care of in the Big 12.       

Washington QB Michael Penix Jr. remains the favorite in Heisman Trophy odds. Oregon QB Bo Nix has surged into second place, supplanting Michigan QB JJ McCarthy, who remains in the top five. Rounding out the current favorites are Florida State QB Jordan Travis and Georgia QB Carson Beck

Penix Jr. and Nix currently have a substantial lead over the rest of the field in betting odds, but there’s still some time for others to make their move. The two quarterbacks are in the midst of prolific statistical seasons. Penix Jr. has thrown for 3,201 yards and 26 TDs for the 8-0 Huskies. Nix, meanwhile, has 2,723 yards and 25 touchdowns for the 8-1 Ducks.