College football betting: Week 11 opening lines

Streeter Lecka

At what number did the betting lines open? We have you covered on all of the big games.

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In the Thursday Night game, Florida State opened as a 12-point favorite over the Virginia Tech Hokies. The line is interesting, as the Seminoles were favored by 11.5 in's future lines as late as last Wednesday. That it moved only a half-point is curious, and probably indicative of Vegas acknowledging FSU's poor play on the road and that Virginia Tech's loss came mostly as a result of its own mistakes, as opposed to being physically dominated by the Hurricanes.

Speaking of the Hurricanes, Miami is favored by three at Virginia in a game that will go a long way toward deciding the Coastal Division championship. Miami currently leads with a 4-2 ACC record.

In SEC action, Alabama opens as a massive 15.5-point favorite as the Tide plays host to Texas A&M. Hangover, anyone?

Another interesting line is Louisville -3 at Syracuse. Las Vegas is basically saying that the Cardinals, despite their undefeated record, are only about a field goal better on a neutral field. Does that seem a bit low to you?

Wisconsin is favored by a touchdown at Indiana. That seems like a strong stance by the bookmakers against the Hoosiers. They clearly don't want bettors to be able to wager on Wisconsin at less than a touchdown.

In other Big Ten action, Nebraska is hosting Penn State and is favored by 8.5 points.

And in the Big 12, Oklahoma State is a solid 8-point favorite as it welcomes West Virginia to Stillwater.

What lines stand out to you? Let us know in the comment section.

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