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College Football Week 9 Betting Recap

Ole Miss was a 3.5-point favorite against LSU on Saturday, but they lost 10-7 to fall from the ranks of the unbeaten and jeopardize their chances of advancing to the College Football Playoff at the end of the season.

The only other ranked team to lose in Week 9 was USC, which fell 24-21 to Utah as a 1-point underdog. The other Top 25 teams in action in Week 9 all came up with SU victories, none bigger than TCU destroying Texas Tech 82-27 and making short work of the 23-point spread at the online sportsbooks.

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Mississippi State remained unbeaten with a 45-31 win over Kentucky, but if you got them at -14.5 for the contest you weren't rewarded with an ATS victory. Marshall is still perfect on the season as well after they got past Florida Atlantic 35-16 but couldn't cover the big 28-point spread.

Alabama didn't cover 17.5 points in its 34-20 win over Tennessee, and Auburn didn't cover 19 points in its 42-35 win over South Carolina. Oregon, however, did manage a payout in a 59-41 win over California as 17-point favorites on the college football betting lines, while Michigan State beat Michigan both SU and ATS with a 35-11 win as 17-point chalk.

Elsewhere, Kansas State blanked Texas 23-0 as a 10-point favorite, Arizona beat Washington State 59-37 as a 2.5-point favorite, and Arizona State knocked off Washington 24-10 as a 3-point favorite. Ohio State picked up a 31-24 win over Penn State but couldn't cover as a 14-point favorite in that contest.

Here are all the SU and ATS results for the ranked teams on the Week 9 schedule . . .

No. 18 East Carolina 31, Connecticut 21 (East Carolina -26)
No. 6 Oregon 59, California 41 (Oregon -17)
No. 11 Kansas State 23, Texas 0 (Kansas State -10)
No. 16 Nebraska 42, Rutgers 24 (Nebraska -20)
No. 25 UCLA 40, Colorado 37 (UCLA -14)
No. 1 Mississippi State 45, Kentucky 31 (Mississippi State -14.5)
No. 8 Michigan State 35, Michigan 11 (Michigan State -17)
No. 10 TCU 82, Texas Tech 27 (TCU -23)
No. 22 West Virginia 34, Oklahoma State 10 (Oklahoma State -1)
No. 23 Marshall 35, Florida Atlantic 16 (Marshall -28)
No. 15 Arizona 59, Washington State 37 (Arizona -2.5)
No. 21 Clemson 16, Syracuse 6 (Clemson -14.5)
No. 24 LSU 10, No. 3 Ole Miss 7 (Ole Miss -3.5)
No. 4 Alabama 34, Tennessee 20 (Alabama -17.5)
No. 5 Auburn 42, South Carolina 35 (Auburn -19)
No. 13 Ohio State 31, Penn State 24 (Ohio State -14)
No. 19 Utah 24, No. 20 USC 21 (Utah -1)
No. 14 Arizona State 24, Washington 10 (Arizona State -3)

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