College Football Week 8 Opening Odds

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After picking up their first against-the-spread victory over the weekend, the Michigan State Spartans are pegged as big 17-point favorites for their Week 8 contest against the Indiana Hoosiers at sportsbooks monitored by

The Spartans capitalized on a late miscue by rival Michigan last week to grab a 27-23 road win as a 7-point underdog — improving them to 7-0 straight up on the season and giving them their first ATS victory of 2015. 2 Baylor opened as a huge 37-point home favorite against Iowa State for Week 8. 3 Utah opened as a 3-point road underdog against USC at the sportsbooks, while No. The OVER has also gone 8-1 in Baylor’s last nine games at home.

Check out the full list of opening college football odds for the week. The Bears are 6-0 SU and 4-2 ATS on the season with the OVER/UNDER having gone 5-1 in their six contests. 8 Alabama opened as a 14.5-point home favorite against Tennessee.

No. Ohio State opened as a 20.5-point road favorite against Rutgers for Week 8; the Buckeyes are 14-6 ATS in their last 20 October road games according to the OddsShark College Football Database.

Elsewhere, No. 7 in the updated AP Top 25 for this week, while Ohio State remains at the top after beating Penn State 38-10 last week to improve to 7-0 SU but just 2-5 ATS on the season. 6 Clemson opened as a 3.5-point road favorite against Miami, and No. Live odds and matchup reports on every game every day, head over to the college football betting section.

Louisiana Lafayette at Arkansas State -6 TUE

Temple at East Carolina -2 THU

Georgia Southern at Appalachian State -6 THU

California at UCLA -6.5 THU

Memphis at Tulsa +11.5 FRI

Utah State at San Diego State +5 FRI

Kansas at Oklahoma State -35

Florida State at Georgia Tech +6.5

Tennessee at Alabama -14.5

Texas A&M at Ole Miss -6

Clemson at Miami +3.5

Auburn at Arkansas -4

NC State at Wake Forest +8.5

Pittsburgh at Syracuse +6.5

Kansas State at Texas -3.5

Army at Rice +14

Iowa State at Baylor -37

Northwestern at Nebraska -6.5

Southern Mississippi at Charlotte +16.5

Houston at UCF +18.5

Boston College at Louisville -8.5

Bowling Green at Kent State +9.5

Fresno State at Air Force -17

Miami-Ohio at Western Michigan -20

Toledo at Massachusetts +9.5

Central Michigan at Ball State +6

North Texas at Marshall -31

Middle Tennessee at Louisiana Tech -8.5

Texas Tech at Oklahoma -14.5

Wisconsin at Illinois +7

Penn State at Maryland +7.5

Indiana at Michigan State -17

Virginia at North Carolina -12

Duke at Virginia Tech -6

Ohio at Buffalo +2

Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois -27.5

Hawaii at Nevada -6.5

SMU at South Florida -13

Missouri at Vanderbilt +2

Washington State at Arizona -8.5

Connecticut at Cincinnati -13

Louisiana Monroe at Idaho +3.5

Old Dominion at Florida Intl -14.5

Florida Atlantic at UTEP +5

Western Kentucky at LSU -17

New Mexico at San Jose State -7.5

South Alabama at Texas State -5

Kentucky at Mississippi State -11.5

Utah at USC -3

Ohio State at Rutgers +20.5

Wyoming at Boise State -34

Colorado at Oregon State -3.5

. 5 LSU opened as a 17-point home favorite against Western Kentucky, No. Michigan State is 6-0 SU but 1-5 ATS in its last six games against Indiana heading into their game on Saturday.

Michigan State stays at No

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