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College Football Week 7 Betting Recap

Bettors who shied away from Georgia after they lost star running back Todd Gurley to suspension over the weekend got burned big time, as the Bulldogs routed Missouri 34-0 to easily cover the 3-point spread at the online sportsbooks.

Georgia Tech, meanwhile was one of several ranked teams to get tagged with a loss in Week 7 as they fell 31-25 to unranked Duke as a 3-point favorite to spoil their perfect season. Arizona also fell to a team outside the rankings, losing 28-26 to USC as a 2.5-point underdog.

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The Red River Rivalry game saw favored Oklahoma top Texas 31-26 but not come close to covering the 14.5-point spread, while Florida State continued its ATS struggles with a 38-20 win over Syracuse as a 24-point favorite. The Seminoles are 6-0 SU but now just 1-5 ATS on the season.

Elsewhere, Auburn lost 38-23 to surging Mississippi State as a 3-point favorite, with Texas A&M losing 35-20 to Ole Miss as a 2.5-point favorite. Alabama was a 10-point favorite against Arkansas but only won 14-13, while Notre Dame couldn't cover a 16.5-point spread in a 50-43 win over North Carolina.

And in the most offense-driven game of the weekend, Baylor outlasted TCU by a score of 61-58 in a no-doubt OVER result in which the Bears couldn't cover the 8-point spread.

Michigan State couldn't cover 21 points in a 45-31 win over Purdue, Oklahoma State couldn't cover 21 points in a 27-20 win over Kansas, and East Carolina couldn't cover 16 points in a 28-17 win over South Florida. Oregon, though, easily covered a 2.5-point spread in a 42-30 win over UCLA.

Here are all the SU and ATS results for the ranked teams on the Week 7 schedule . . .

No. 25 Stanford 34, Washington State 17 (Stanford -17)
No. 1 Florida State 38, Syracuse 20 (Florida State -24)
No. 11 Oklahoma 31, Texas 26 (Oklahoma -14.5)
No. 13 Georgia 34, No. 23 Missouri 0 (Georgia -3)
Duke 31, No. 22 Georgia Tech 25 (Georgia Tech -3)
No. 3 Mississippi State 38, No. 2 Auburn 23 (Auburn -3)
No. 5 Baylor 61, No. 9 TCU 58 (Baylor -8)
No. 6 Notre Dame 50, North Carolina 43 (Notre Dame -16.5)
No. 8 Michigan State 45, Purdue 31 (Michigan State -21)
No. 12 Oregon 42, No. 18 UCLA 30 (Oregon -2.5)
No. 16 Oklahoma State 27, Kansas 20 (Oklahoma State -21)
No. 7 Alabama 14, Arkansas 13 (Alabama -10)
No. 19 East Carolina 28, South Florida 17 (East Carolina -16)
No. 3 Ole Miss 35, No. 14 Texas A&M 20 (Texas A&M -2.5)
USC 28, No. 10 Arizona 26 (USC -2.5)