How Do The College Football Odds Look For AP Top 25 Teams?

  • Alabama (2) is the super heavy favorite over Missouri with -4500 odds.
  • Oklahoma (3) has -4100 odds to beat Kansas State.
  • Georgia (4) has -3800 odds to win over Arkansas.

NORMAN, Okla. – With one of the biggest weekends in college football this season approaching, bettors should begin preparing their college football bets as there are games across the NCAA in the SEC, ACC, Big 12, and more.

Online sportsbooks have odds on all of the top 25 games on Saturday.

Alabama (2) vs. Missouri, 7:00 p.m.

Starting at the top of the top 25, Alabama will open up SEC play against Missouri. Alabama is heavily favored to win here as they have -4500 NCAA odds while Missouri is sitting at +1250.

Alabama is a clear powerhouse in the NCAA and to back up their odds, they have beaten Missouri four out of the six times they have met.

Oklahoma (3) vs. Kansas State, 12:00 p.m.

Oklahoma is coming into this week against Kansas State as super heavy favorites as they are sitting with -4100 odds while Kansas State has +1225.

Oklahoma can clearly body Kansas State on every part of the field which is why they are favored so heavily. Out of the 100 games, these two have played, Oklahoma has won 76 of them.

Georgia (4) vs. Arkansas, 4:00 p.m.

Georgia is opening up SEC football against Arkansas where they are heavily favored at -3800 odds while the Razorbacks have +1200 odds. Georgia has been a powerhouse football program for some time now and it does not look like they are letting up here.

Of the 14 meetings between the two, Georgia has won 10 of them.

Florida (5) vs. Mississippi State, 12:00 p.m.

Florida is opening up their SEC schedule against Ole Miss in which they have seen each other 24 times. Florida is the heavy favorites to win at -580 odds while Ole Miss is sitting at +390.

Of the 24 meetings, it has been pretty even as UF has won 11, Ole Miss has won 12 with tie. Right now, however, the Gators have the upper hand as they are in the top-5 in the nation.

LSU (6) vs. Mississippi State, 3:30 p.m.

LSU is coming off of their National Championship win ranked in the top-ten and rightfully being that they have that championship experience now. With that being said, LSU is heavily favored at -800 odds while Mississippi State is sitting at +500. They have played each other 113 times where LSU has seen 75 wins to Mississippi State’s 35.

LSU has also won the last two meetings between them.

Texas (8) vs. Texas Tech, 3:30 p.m.

The Texas Longhorns will be taking on their in-state rivals at Texas Tech. The Longhorns hold the advantage in their 69 meetings as they have won a whopping 52 games while The Rangers have won just 17.

Texas has -850 odds to add another win in their 70th game while Texas Tech is at +525.

Auburn (8) vs. Kentucky (23), 12:00 p.m.

Auburn will kick off their season against a surging Kentucky football program in which both SEC teams have opened up in the Top-25. Auburn, however, is seen as the favorites with -290 odds while Kentucky has +240 odds.

The two have faced off 33 times in which Auburn has taken control as they have won 26 of the meetings.

Texas A&M (10) vs. Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m.

The Texas A&M Aggies will open up their SEC season against Vanderbilt who they have only seen twice.

Of the two times that they have met, the Aggies have taken both games and will likely take the third meeting as the spread is in their favor by 30.5-points.

Miami (12) vs. Florida State, 7:30 p.m.

During the third week of ACC play, Miami will take on their rivals, the Florida State Seminoles in their 65th all-time meeting.

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It has been a back and forth meeting between the two as Miami has won 34 games while FSU has taken 30. Miami is seen as the favorites with -420 odds being that they have won the last 3 meetings while FSU’s odds are at +310.

Central Florida (13) vs. East Carolina, 12:00 p.m.

The UCF Knights will look to defend their 13th spot in the top-25 as they take on ECU in their 19th all-time meetings. UCF is seen as the heavy favorites with -3500 odds while ECU is sitting at +1175.

ECU holds the advantage over UCF with 10 wins but it is UCF who has won the past four meetings.

Cincinnati (14) vs. Army (22), 3:30 p.m.

Cincinnati will take on Army in the third week of their season and Cincy is seen as the -500 favorites while Army is sitting at +350. This game should be on an upset alert as both teams have won three games in their six meetings.

However, Army could be riding the momentum being that they took down Cincinnati the last time these two faced off.

Oklahoma State (15) vs. West Virginia, 3:30 p.m.

Oklahoma State will look to continue their hot start to the season as they face off against West Virginia. Oklahoma State is favored to win with -245 odds while West Virginia is sitting at +205.

The two have faced off 11 times in which Oklahoma State has won seven of them including the last five.

Tennessee (16) vs. South Carolina, 7:30 p.m.

The Tennessee Volunteers will open up their SEC season against South Carolina. Tennessee is seen as the favorites here at -175 considering that they are in the top 25 while South Carolina’s odds are at +155.

The two teams have met 38 times and Tennessee has taken 26 of those wins including their most recent meeting.

BYU (18) vs. Troy, 10:15 p.m.

BYU will look to stay on the right track during their second game of the season as they face off against Troy. This will be the first meeting between the two teams and both teams are looking to get off strong against one another.

BYU is heavily favored here with -600 odds while Troy is sitting at +400. Considering that BYU has started off in the Top-25, they will likely prove their odds correct.

Louisiana (19) vs. Georgia Southern, 12:00 p.m.

Louisiana has gotten off strong to start their season as they are in the Top-25. They will look to stay on their strong start as they face off against Georgia Southern as they are favored to win with -480 odds while Georgia Southern is at +340.

The two have faced off just three times which includes a Louisiana win in their last meeting.

Virginia Tech (20) vs. NC State, 8:00 p.m.

Virginia Tech will open up their ACC season against NC State in which VT is favored to win at -240 odds while NC State is at +200.

They have met each other 49 times in which Virginia Tech has won 27 which includes winning the previous four. Being that Virginia Tech has won their last four meetings they could come out strong to make it five in a row.

Pitt (21) vs. Louisville (24), 12:00 p.m.

Pitt will look to continue their undefeated streak this season as they take on Louisville in what is their 17th meeting of the season. Pitt holds the advantage at nine wins which includes winning their last meeting.

That being said Pitt is favored to win at -145 odds while Louisville is listed at +125. This could be a close game as both teams are ranked in the 20s and are looking to get the edge in one another.