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College Football Week 11 Betting Recap

The Auburn Tigers were listed as 21.5-point favorites against the Texas A&M Aggies for Week 11, but they managed to lose both SU and ATS by a 41-38 score in the most unexpected betting result of the weekend.

Auburn had entered the weekend at No. 3 in the College Football Playoff Rankings, but will find themselves out of the top four and the projected field for the playoffs when those rankings are updated early this week.

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No. 1 Mississippi State topped Tennessee-Martin 45-16 but didn't cover the big 45-point spread over the weekend, while No. 2 Florida State beat Virginia 34-20 but couldn't cover as 19.5-point favorites. The Seminoles are 9-0 SU and 2-7 ATS on the season, while the Bulldogs are 9-0 SU and 5-4 ATS.

No. 4 Oregon made their case to move up the rankings with a 51-27 win over No. 17 Utah as an 8-point favorite, while No. 5 Alabama didn't cover in a 20-13 win over No. 16 LSU as a 7-point favorite, and No. 6 TCU knocked off No. 7 Kansas State 41-20 as a 6-point favorite. No. 8 Michigan State was a 3.5-point favorite against No. 14 Ohio State but damaged its College Football Playoff hopes with a 49-37 loss.

No. 9 Arizona State easily covered a 2.5-point spread in a 55-31 win over No. 10 Notre Dame that likely knocked the Fighting Irish out of playoff contention, and in the other matchup between ranked teams No. 12 Baylor blasted No. 15 Oklahoma 48-14 as a 6-point favorite. No. 23 West Virginia was upset 33-16 by unranked Texas as a 3-point favorite.

Here are all the SU and ATS results for the ranked teams on the Week 11 schedule . . .

No. 21 Clemson 34, Wake Forest 20 (Clemson -21)
No. 11 Ole Miss 48, Presbyterian 0 (Ole Miss -52)
No. 12 Baylor 48, No. 15 Oklahoma 14 (Oklahoma -6)
No. 20 Georgia 63, Kentucky 31 (Georgia -10.5)
No. 25 Wisconsin 34, Purdue 16 (Wisconsin -17)
No. 22 Duke 27, Syracuse 10 (Duke -3.5)
No. 24 Georgia Tech 56, North Carolina State 23 (Georgia Tech -3.5)
Texas A&M 41, No. 3 Auburn 38 (Auburn -21.5)
No. 9 Arizona State 55, No. 10 Notre Dame 31 (Arizona State -2.5)
Texas 33, No. 23 West Virginia 16 (West Virginia -3)
No. 1 Mississippi State 45, Tennessee-Martin 16 (Mississippi State -45)
No. 2 Florida State 34, Virginia 20 (Florida State -19.5)
No. 18 UCLA 44, Washington 30 (UCLA -4.5)
No. 6 TCU 41, No. 7 Kansas State 20 (TCU -6)
No. 5 Alabama 20, No. 16 LSU 13 (Alabama -7)
No. 14 Ohio State 49, No. 8 Michigan State 37 (Michigan State -3.5)
No. 19 Arizona 38, Colorado 20 (Arizona -17)
No. 4 Oregon 51, No. 17 Utah 27 (Oregon -8)

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