Week 7 college football opening lines, topped by Auburn over Mississippi State

Two of the top three teams in the nation clash when No. 2 Auburn visits No. 3 Mississippi State on Saturday. Full opening spreads below.

The No. 3 Mississippi State Bulldogs are a perfect 5-0 straight and 4-1 against the spread over their last five games, including a 48-31 home win over Texas A&M last Saturday. The Bulldogs will try for another big win over a ranked opponent this Saturday when they host the No. 2 Auburn Tigers.

Auburn was one of only two teams ranked in the top six in the AP poll last week to come away with a win, improving to 14-1 SU and 13-2 ATS over its last 15 games with a 41-7 victory over LSU. Mississippi State is a 3-point home underdog this Saturday at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

No. 9 TCU vs. No. 5 Baylor also pits two top teams against each other. TCU climbed into the top 10 and improved to 4-0 SU and ATS this season with its 37-33 upset at home against Oklahoma. Baylor has been in top Top 10 all season, racking up a 5-0 SU and ATS record in five games as a double-digit favorite. Baylor is a double-digit favorite again on Saturday, going off at -11 at home.

No. 12 Oregon and No. 18 UCLA both suffered losses as double-digit home favorites last week and will look to bounce back in this Pac-12 showdown in Pasadena on Saturday. Oregon is just 2-8 ATS over its last 10 games but is still favored on the road at -3.

No. 13 Georgia visits No. 23 Missouri in an important SEC East matchup. With the national spotlight placed firmly on the SEC West, the battle for the SEC East is an interesting one as well, and the winner of this game will be the favorite to take the division.

Texas and No. 11 Oklahoma square off in the latest installment of the Red River Shootout this Saturday in Dallas at the Cotton Bowl. The OVER is 7-1-1 in Oklahoma’s last nine games and 3-1 in the last four games between these two teams. Oklahoma is currently a 15-point favorite in this one.

Game Line
BYU at Central Florida -3
Washington State at Stanford -18
San Diego State at New Mexico 6
Fresno State at UNLV 9
Northwestern at Minnesota PK
Florida State at Syracuse 20
Cincinnati at Miami -13
Georgia at Missouri 1.5
Indiana at Iowa -6.5
Middle Tennessee at Marshall -22
Rice at Army -2
Texas at Oklahoma -15
Tulsa at Temple -13
Louisiana-Monroe at Kentucky -21
Illinois at Wisconsin -24
West Virginia at Texas Tech 2
Duke at Georgia Tech -6
Buffalo at Eastern Michigan 14
Bowling Green at Ohio -2
Massachusetts at Kent State -1.5
Miami (Ohio) at Akron -14
Arkansas State at Georgia State 13.5
Western Michigan at Ball State -6
New Mexico State at Troy -7.5
Toledo at Iowa State -6
Oregon at UCLA 3
Boston College at North Carolina State -3.5
North Carolina at Notre Dame -16
Auburn at Mississippi State 3
TCU at Baylor -11
Michigan State at Purdue 21.5
VMI at Navy OFF
Louisville at Clemson -6.5
North Texas at UAB -3
Liberty at Appalachian State OFF
Chattanooga at Tennessee OFF
Oklahoma State at Kansas 21
Central Michigan at Northern Illinois -13
Alabama at Arkansas 9
Idaho at Ga Southern -21
Washington at California -1
Houston at Memphis -4
East Carolina at South Florida 14.5
Penn State at Michigan 2
Florida International at UTSA -14
LSU at Florida 1
Charleston Southern at Vanderbilt OFF
Connecticut at Tulane -4
Old Dominion at Texas El Paso -1
Mississippi at Texas A&M -1
Air Force at Utah State -7.5
Colorado State at Nevada 0
Southern Cal at Arizona 2.5
Wyoming at Hawaii -3

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