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2011 Week 1 NCAA Football Odds

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/05/2011
2011 Week 1 NCAA Football Odds

2011 Week 1 NCAA Football odds were available at BetOnline.com.

Oklahoma, Alabama, Oregon, LSU, Florida State, Stanford, Boise State and Oklahoma State were among the top ranked teams coming into the 2011 NCAA season.  Needless-to-say, these teams each came with hefty price tags:  Stanford -28, Alabama -33 and Oklahoma State -34, just to name a few. 

Some of the best games include Brigham Young as the -1 road favorite in Mississippi and Houston -4 hosting UCLA.  Miami Florida is a -4 favorite in Maryland.  LSU was listed with a -3 line against Oregon. 

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Spread

 

 

North Texas

12

FIU

-12

 

 

UNLV

+31½

Wisconsin

-31½

 

 

Mississipi State

-24

Memphis

24

 

 

Wake Forest

6

Syracuse

-6

 

 

Bowling Green

+8½

Idaho

-8½

 

 

Kentucky

-18

Western Kentucky

18

 

 

 

 

TCU

-9½

Baylor

+9½

 

 

 

 

Northwestern

7

Boston College

-7

 

 

Utah State

+27½

Auburn

-27½

 

 

Akron

34

Ohio State

-34

 

 

Miami Ohio

+17½

Missouri

-17½

 

 

UCLA

4

Houston

-4

 

 

Middle Tennessee

15

Purdue

-15

 

 

Kent State

33

Alabama

-33

 

 

Minnesota

+17½

USC

-17½

 

 

South Florida

+8½

Notre Dame

-8½

 

 

Arkansas State

+14½

Illinois

-14½

 

 

Louisiana Monroe

28

Florida State

-28

 

 

Troy

+12½

Clemson

-12½

 

 

Brigham Young

-1

Mississippi

1

 

 

San Jose State

28

Stanford

-28

 

 

Colorado State

-3½

New Mexico

+3½

 

 

Buffalo

26

Pittsburgh

-26

 

 

South Carolina

-14½

East Carolina

+14½

 

 

Fresno State

+5½

California

-5½

 

 

Army

+13½

Northen Illinois

-13½

 

 

Rice

22

Texas

-22

 

 

Indiana

-6

Ball State

6

 

 

Florida Atlantic

+30½

Florida

-30½

 

 

Louisiana Lafayette

34

Oklahoma State

-34

 

 

Tulsa

23

Oklahoma

-23

 

 

Tulsa

+21½

Oklahoma

-21½

 

 

Ohio

-11½

New Mexico State

+11½

 

 

Boise State

-2½

Georgia

+2½

 

 

Oregon

3

LSU

-3

 

 

Louisiana Tech

11

Southern Miss

-11

 

 

Colorado

+9½

Hawaii

-9½

 

 

 

 

Marshall

+18½

West Virginia

-18½

 

 

Southern Methodist

14

Texas A&M

-14

 

 

 

 

Miami Florida

-4

Maryland

4

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