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Gambling911.com has your Wisconsin vs. Michigan betting preview for Week 5 of the 2016 College Football season.
The Stanford Washington betting line has stayed mostly steady throughout the week at Huskies -3.
With Penn State Football having one of the biggest followings in the nation, bookies catering to this university will be plentiful and the revenue stream could be significant, especially in years when the Nittany Lions enjoy success.
Gambling911.com has your Texas vs. Oklahoma State betting preview for Week 5 College Football with the Cowboys opening at -3 and dropping to a -2.5 favorite.
Gambling911 has your spread on the Minnesota vs. Penn State game, which was coming in at Penn State -3 with no line movement.
The spread on the Florida vs. Vanderbilt game was coming in at Gators -9.5 and had moved slightly to -10.
Gambling911.com has your Syracuse vs. Notre Dame betting preview for Week 5.
The spread on Saturday’s Baylor vs. Iowa State game opened at Bears -17 with just a half point move by midweek.
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Gambling911.com has your Stanford vs. Washington betting preview as this Friday night game features a number 7-ranked team (Stanford) going up against a number 10-ranked team (Washington).
Gambling911.com has your Week 5 College Football betting odds including the big Clemson vs. Louisville game that should draw the most action of the College Football season thus far.
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The UConn-Houston spread was coming in at Cougars 27.5 after briefly opening at 24.5.
University of Alabama bookies were hurting early on as was to be expected. Heading into Week 5, the Crimson Tide owned a 4-0 Straight Up record and 3-1 Against The Spread. Arkansas, Tennessee and Texas A&M all await in the coming weeks.
BetOnline was the first to open a betting line on the Louisville vs. Clemson game with the Tigers a -3.5 favorite.
If you read our update earlier in the day Saturday, you would have learned that the bookies had the potential to make out big with nearly 100 percent of the betting action on Notre Dame beating Duke outright.
The Stanford vs. UCLA betting line opened The Cardinals -1.5 and quickly moved up to -3 where it remained all week.
Tennessee bookies will make out big with a Vols outright win and especially if they manage to cover at -5 against Florida.
The Duke vs. Notre Dame betting line opened at Fighting Irish -17.5 with an effort by the books to try and get action going the Blue Devils way.
The bookies continued to encourage action on Michigan State as a -3.5 favorite against Wisconsin Saturday.
The most bet on of the 2016 College Football sides for Week 4 were Florida State, Michigan State, Mississippi and Stanford.
The Oklahoma State vs. Baylor betting line opened at Bears -10.
The Florida vs. Tennessee betting line opened at Vols -8.5 and quickly dropped a point within one hour before going back to -8.5, then -9.
The Penn State vs. Michigan betting line opened at Wolverines -16 and has drifted up to -18 heading into Saturday morning.
The Wisconsin vs. MSU line made quite a dip from Michigan State -5 Thursday down to -3.5 by Friday night.
The FSU vs. USF betting line opened at Noles -5 and for a while had jumped to -6.5 and peaked at -7 but was back down to -5 heading into Saturday morning.
Gambling911.com has your Week 4 College Football betting odds for overnight heading into Saturday morning.
As of Friday night the USC vs. Utah betting line had been moving between -2.5 and -3 favoring the Utes.