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2017 Week 5 College Football Lines, Rankings and Week 4 NFL Betting Odds Released

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Sep/25/2017

Below you will find the BookMaker.eu opening odds for Week 4 of the NFL season and Week 5 of the college football season. 

Side notes can be found under each set of odds. You can find current odds here.

NFL Week 4 Opening Odds

Bears at Packers (-7.5, 45.5)

Saints at Dolphins (+1.5, 50)

Panthers at Patriots (-8, 47)

Rams at Cowboys (OFF)

Lions at Vikings (OFF)

Titans at Texans (+1, 44)

Jaguars at Jets (+3.5, 40)

Bengals at Browns (+4, 40)

Steelers at Ravens (+2, 45)

Bills at Falcons (-8, 49)

Giants at Buccaneers (-4, 43.5)

Eagles at Chargers (-1, 46.5)

49ers at Cardinals (OFF)

Raiders at Broncos (OFF)

Colts at Seahawks (-13, 41)

Redskins at Chiefs (OFF)

- The Colts are the biggest underdogs (+13 at Seattle) that they’ve been since the 2011 season, which is when Peyton Manning was sidelined with neck injuries and Dan Orlovsky started at quarterback. 

- The last time the Jaguars were favored on the road was the 2011 season, against Indianapolis. They won 17-3 as 3-point favorites.


College Football Week 5 Opening Odds

Top 25

Mississippi at Alabama (-28)
Clemson at Virginia Tech (+5.5)
Indiana at Penn State (-18)
USC at Washington State (+4)
Washington at Oregon State (+28)
Georgia at Tennessee (+6.5)
Northwestern at Wisconsin (-13)
Ohio State at Rutgers (+29)
Mississippi State at Auburn (-9.5)
Miami at Duke (+4.5)
Oklahoma State at Texas Tech (+11)
Murray State at Louisville (OFF)
South Florida at East Carolina (+24)
Northern Illinois at San Diego State (-12)
Vanderbilt at Florida (-9.5)
Miami-Ohio at Notre Dame (-23)
Troy at LSU (-19.5)

Texas at Iowa State (+4)

Miami at Duke (+4.5)

Nebraska at Illinois (+6.5)

BYU at Utah State (+3)

USC at Washington State (+4)

Charlotte at Florida International (-10)

Rice at Pittsburgh (-21.5)

South Florida at East Carolina (+24)

Memphis at Georgia State (OFF)

Syracuse at NC State (-11.5)

Eastern Michigan at Kentucky (-14)

Ball State at Western Michigan (+4.5)

Central Michigan at Boston College (-8)

Akron at Bowling Green (-1)

Ohio at UMass (+6.5)

Buffalo at Kent (+4)

Houston at Temple (+14)

Marshall at Cincinnati (-5)

Baylor at Kansas State (-14)

Maryland at Minnesota (-12.5)

Ohio State at Rutgers (+29)

Iowa at Michigan State (-2.5)

Florida State at Wake Forest (+7)

Northwestern at Wisconsin (-13)

Indiana at Penn State (-18)

Navy at Tulsa (+3)

UConn at SMU (-17.5)

Texas State at Wyoming (-18.5)

Colorado at UCLA (-7)

Cal at Oregon (-15)

Washington at Oregon State (+28)

Coastal Carolina at UL Monroe (-11)

South Carolina at Texas A&M (-8)

Troy at LSU (-19.5)

New Mexico State at Arkansas (-18.5)

San Jose State at UNLV (-10.5)

UTEP at Army (-24)

Vanderbilt at Florida (-9.5)

Georgia at Tennessee (+6.5)

North Texas at Southern Miss (-9)

South Alabama at Louisiana Tech (-14)

Miami-Ohio at Notre Dame (-23)

Middle Tennessee State at Florida Atlantic (OFF)

Mississippi State at Auburn (-9.5)

North Carolina at Georgia Tech (-10)

Clemson at Virginia Tech (+5.5)

Air Force at New Mexico (PK)

Mississippi at Alabama (-28)

Oklahoma State at Texas Tech (+11)

Arizona State at Stanford (-15.5)

Nevada at Fresno State (-9)

Northern Illinois at San Diego State (-12)

Memphis at UCF (-3) 

Murray State at Louisville (OFF)

- The USC/Washington State spread (Trojans -4) is the smallest spread between those two programs since 2002. A span of 10 games.  

- Vanderbilt +9.5 marks the first time the Commodores have been a single-digit underdog on the road against Florida since 1985. They are 1-12 in that stretch with the lone win coming in 2013. 

- Since 1995, Army has never been a bigger favorite against an FBS team (currently -24 vs. UTEP). The previous high was -17.5 versus North Texas last year. 

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