Breaking Down The Top-25 Week 11 College Football Matchups

  • Notre Dame is favored to beat Boston College with -550 odds.
  • Florida has -800 odds to beat Arkansas.
  • Miami is seen as a +105 underdog against Virginia Tech.
  • Indiana has -280 odds to beat Michigan State.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Despite there being five top-25 matchups either canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 outbreaks, there are still 13 other games in Week 11 of the college football season that feature a top-25 team. Cincinnati takes the first of the action on Friday, with the remaining dozen games taking place on Saturday.

Online sportsbooks have odds on 11 of the matchups in the top-25 this week which includes odds on the moneyline, spread and total for points.

Moneyline Odds For Top-25 Matchups

  • #2 Notre Dame (-550) vs. Boston College (+375)
  • #6 Florida (-800) vs. Arkansas +500
  • #9 Miami Florida (+105) vs. Virginia Tech (-125)
  • #10 Indiana (-280) vs. Michigan State (+230)
  • #11 Oregon (-370) vs. Washington State (+285)
  • #13 Wisconsin (-210) vs. Michigan (+175)
  • #16 Marshall (-2000) vs. Middle Tennessee State (+950)
  • #19 SMU (+120) vs. Tulsa (-140)
  • #20 USC (-600) vs. Arizona (+400)
  • #22 Liberty (-5000) vs. Western Carolina
  • #23 Northwestern (-135) vs. Purdue (+115)
  • #25 Louisiana vs. South Alabama

#2 Notre Dame Vs. Boston College, 3:30 p.m. EST

These two teams have faced off against one another a total of 24 times and Notre Dame currently holds a steep advantage at 15-9 and have won the previous six meetings. Some trends for the game include the under for the total points, which has gone 8-1 in their last nine meetings.

Also, in their last seven meetings, the away team, which in this case is Notre Dame, has gone 5-2 against the spread. Notre Dame has the favored college football odds here being that they are undefeated and fresh off of a win over Clemson.

#6 Florida Vs. Arkansas, 7:00 p.m. EST

The Florida Gators and the Arkansas Razorbacks will meet for the 12th time in history during Week 11 of the college football season. The Gators hold the advantage by a wide margin as they have won nine games to Arkansas two.

Strengthening the Gators odds even more, in their last seven meetings with Arkansas, the Razorbacks have gone 2-5 against the spread. Something else to take note of when betting on the game total is that the Under has gone 3-0-1 in their last four meetings.

With that said, Florida should have no problems here taking care of business.

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#9 Miami Vs. Virginia Tech, 12:00 p.m. EST

Miami and Virginia Tech have met a total of 37 times in history and the rivalry has been somewhat close as Miami holds a seven-game advantage over the Hokies.

Miami has won 22 games while Virginia Tech has won 15. This matchup should be a close one as Miami has gone 5-0 against the spread after allowing 40 or more points in the previous game while Virginia Tech is 5-1 against the spread in their last six home games.

Something else to take note of is that in their last 6 meetings, the favorite going into the game, which in this case is Virginia Tech, has gone 5-1 against the spread.

#10 Indiana Vs. Michigan State, 12:00 p.m. EST

The Indiana Hoosiers and Michigan State Spartans will be meeting for their 67th all-time meeting in Week 11 of the NCAA Football season. The Spartans hold a large advantage here as they have won 48 games to Indiana’s while there have been two ties.

Not to mention, the Spartans have also won the last three meetings as well. In Indiana’s last four games overall, they have gone 4-0 against the spread.

Something else to take note of here on the Michigan State side is that in their last 13 games as a home underdog, they have gone 9-4 against the spread. When betting on the game total for points, in their last 12 meetings overall, the over has gone 10-2 and in their last six meetings in Michigan State, the over has gone 5-1.