Opening Odds: LSU set for Arkansas

With five games featuring two ranked teams in the AP Top 25, and trips to the SEC and Big Ten Championships on the line, there’s no question that Thanksgiving weekend will provide plenty of exciting college football betting opportunities.

No. 1 LSU has beaten all comers to this point, but they’ll have to survive one more big game to lock up their spot in the SEC Championship Game; a home game against No. 3 Arkansas on Friday. LSU is a 12.5-point favorite at Sportsbook, but Arkansas has won three of the last four meetings between these two teams and is 4-0 ATS over that stretch.

No. 13 Georgia has already clinched the SEC East, but they’ll try to stay hot going into the SEC Championship Game with a win over No. 25 Georgia Tech. Georgia is a 5.5-point favorite at Sportsbook. The Bulldogs are 9-1 SU and 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games against Georgia Tech, and they’ve won nine straight overall.

A trip to the Big Ten Championship is on the line when No. 20 Penn State visits No. 15 Wisconsin this Saturday. Wisconsin is favored by 15 points at Sportsbook. The Sportsbook of this game will win the Leaders Division and likely take on Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship.

No. 4 Stanford will try to secure an at-large bowl bid and keep Andrew Luck’s Heisman campaign alive with a win over No. 22 Notre Dame this week. Stanford is a 6.5-point favorite at Sportsbook. After starting off the season 9-0 SU and ATS, Stanford has failed to cover the spread in each of its last two games.

No. 18 Clemson and No. 14 South Carolina will try to end their regular seasons on a high note this Saturday in South Carolina. South Carolina is a 4-point favorite at Sportsbook and is 2-0 SU and ATS in their last two games against Clemson.

No 2 Alabama is a 21-point road favorite over Auburn and No. 10 USC is a 15-point home favorite over UCLA at Sportsbook as each team tries to beat their hated rival to wrap up the regular season this Saturday.

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