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College Football Week 11 Line Movement

There has been little movement on the college football betting lines for the marquee games on the schedule for this week, with the oddsmakers holding the odds for those top matchups stable since they opened.

For example, the Florida State Seminoles opened as 20-point home favorites against the Virginia Cavaliers, and that line has moved to just Florida State -19.5 over the past few days. The Seminoles are just 2-7 ATS in their last nine games according to the college football betting trends for Week 11.

Matchup Reports: Virginia vs. Florida State | Alabama vs. LSU | Oregon vs. Utah

The Alabama Crimson Tide have moved from 6-point to 7-point road favorites against the rival LSU Tigers, with the TCU Horned Frogs going from 5-point to 6-point home favorites against the Kansas State Wildcats. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish opened as 1.5-point road underdogs against the Arizona State Sun Devils, and that line is now up to Notre Dame +2.5.

And the Utah Utes were listed at +9.5 on the opening betting lines at home against the Oregon Ducks, with the Ducks having moved to just an 8-point road favorite over the last few days. The Utes are 11-3 ATS in their last 14 games as a home underdog, while the Ducks are 1-3 ATS in their last four games against Utah.

College Football Week 11 Betting Lines at 5Dimes

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4
8:00pm ET - Bowling Green at Akron (-5.5)
8:00pm ET - Toledo at Kent State (+13)

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5
8:00pm ET - Buffalo at Ohio (-3)
8:00pm ET - Northern Illinois at Ball State (+3)

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6
7:30pm ET - Clemson at Wake Forest (+21) (OPEN +21.5)

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7
7:30pm ET - Memphis at Temple (+7.5) (OPEN +7)
8:00pm ET - Utah State at Wyoming (+7) (OPEN +6.5)

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8
12:00pm ET - Baylor at Oklahoma (-6) (OPEN -4.5)
12:00pm ET - UTSA at Rice (-9.5) (OPEN -11)
12:00pm ET - Presbyterian at Ole Miss ()
12:00pm ET - Georgia at Kentucky (+10.5) (OPEN +11)
12:00pm ET - Wisconsin at Purdue (+17) (OPEN +16)
12:00pm ET - Penn State at Indiana (+7) (OPEN +5)
12:00pm ET - Iowa at Minnesota (+1.5) (OPEN +2.5)
12:00pm ET - SMU at Tulsa (-12.5) (OPEN -11)
12:00pm ET - Louisiana Tech at UAB (+4) (OPEN +4.5)
12:30pm ET - Duke at Syracuse (+3.5) (OPEN +3.5)
12:30pm ET - Georgia Tech at North Carolina State (+3.5) (OPEN +5)
3:00pm ET - South Alabama at Arkansas State ()
3:00pm ET - Georgia State at Troy (-7) (OPEN -7)
3:30pm ET - Texas A&M at Auburn (-21.5) (OPEN -21)
3:30pm ET - Notre Dame at Arizona State (-2.5) (OPEN -1.5)
3:30pm ET - West Virginia at Texas (+3) (OPEN +4)
3:30pm ET - Louisiana-Monroe at Appalachian State (-4) (OPEN -3.5)
3:30pm ET - Iowa State at Kansas (+3.5) (OPEN +5.5)
3:30pm ET - Connecticut at Army (+4.5) (OPEN +3.5)
3:30pm ET - Tulane at Houston (-18) (OPEN -17)
3:30pm ET - Michigan at Northwestern (+1.5) (OPEN -1)
3:30pm ET - Florida International at Old Dominion (-5) (OPEN -3.5)
3:30pm ET - Idaho at San Diego State (-20.5) (OPEN -21)
4:00pm ET - Tennessee-Martin at Mississippi State ()
4:00pm ET - UTEP at Western Kentucky (-7.5) (OPEN -7.5)
4:00pm ET - Air Force at UNLV (+5.5) (OPEN +6.5)
4:00pm ET - Washington State at Oregon State (-8) (OPEN -8)
4:00pm ET - Georgia Southern at Texas State (+13) (OPEN +10.5)
6:30pm ET - Virginia at Florida State (-19.5) (OPEN -20)
7:00pm ET - Marshall at Southern Miss ()
7:00pm ET - UCLA at Washington (+4.5) (OPEN +4.5)
7:00pm ET - Florida Atlantic at North Texas (+3.5) (OPEN +4)
7:00pm ET - Boise State at New Mexico (+18) (OPEN +17)
7:00pm ET - Hawaii at Colorado State (-17) (OPEN -17)
7:15pm ET - Louisville at Boston College (+3) (OPEN +3)
7:30pm ET - Florida at Vanderbilt (+14.5) (OPEN +14)
7:30pm ET - Kansas State at TCU (-6) (OPEN -5)
8:00pm ET - Alabama at LSU (+7) (OPEN +6)
8:00pm ET - Ohio State at Michigan State (-3.5) (OPEN -3.5)
8:00pm ET - Colorado at Arizona (-17) (OPEN -16)
8:00pm ET - Louisiana-Lafayette at New Mexico State (+15.5) (OPEN +16)
10:00pm ET - Oregon at Utah (+8) (OPEN +9.5)
10:30pm ET - San Jose State at Fresno State (-2) (OPEN -1.5)

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