College football betting updates

Welcome to your Saturday morning headquarters for college football betting updates. Here are a few helpful links to aid your handicapping:

-- Live lines, totals and moneylines from more than a dozen online sportsbooks, including 5Dimes

--Complete TV schedule from our friends at SBnation.com 

11:56 a.m.: Significant shrinkage is the Duke-Wake Forest total, which plummetted this morning from 60 down to 57.

11:43 a.m.: Late move on Buffalo came in at several books after 11:30 a.m. Saturday. UConn dropped from -17 to -16.5.

11:30 a.m.: Texas is expected to be without two defensive starters tonight in its Big 12 road showdown at Oklahoma State. Linebacker Jordan Hick, the Longhorns' leading tackler, and defensive tackle Brandon Moore did not travel to Stillwater, according to the Associated Press.

11:15 a.m.: It's been raining for most of the morning in Athens, Ga., where Georgia hosts Tennessee this afternoon. The Bulldogs are 14-point favorites.

11 a.m.: Look-ahead situations: Buffalo @ UConn (-17, 44). #Huskies @ Rutgers next week. | S Car (-21) @ Kentucky. #Cocks vs. UGA next week.

10:42 a.m.: 75 percent of the action in on Missouri +2 at Central Florida at Bovada.

10:30 a.m.: Penn St @ Illinois (-1.5, 41.5): Illini have covered in 5 of the last 6 meetings. ATS results from last 20 Penn St-Illinois games. Illinois will start Nathan Scheelhaase at quarterback.

10:15 a.m.: Early morning report from Bovada: 60 percent of bettors on UNDER 82.5 for the noon kickoff between Baylor and West Virginia. The Mountainners are 11-point favorites.

10:02 a.m.: It's raining in Dallas and expected to continue throughout tonight's 7 p.m. ET kickoff at SMU. The Horned Frogs are 15.5-point favorites with the total up to 55.5 after opening at 52.5. Weather will be a factor throughout the southern Midwest and Southeast.

10 a.m.: Boston College is expected be without two starting defensive linemen against Clemson.  Defensive end Kasim Edebali and defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey are doubtful, Eagles coach Frank Spaziani said Friday.  

Clemson also will be short-handed, with All-American WR Sammy Watkins out with an illness.