College football odds 2016: Betting lines for season’s biggest games

We are still months away from the start of the 2016 college football season, but the excitement is growing and fans around the nation are starting to get in on some of the early betting action.

The fine folks at WagerTalk.com have received the betting lines for some of the marquee matchups throughout the upcoming season. Wager Talk obtained the odds from the Las Vegas sportsbook, South Point.

As you would expect, the defending national champion Alabama Crimson Tide are favored in nearly all of their big matchups, with one exception. On Nov. 5, Alabama will enter their matchup with the SEC rival LSU Tigers as three-point underdogs.

How does your favorite team stack up against the competition this season?

The betting lines for the biggest games of the year can be seen below:

Sept. 10

  • Pittsburgh -9 vs. Penn State
  • Utah -7.5 vs. BYU
  • TCU -6 vs. Arkansas

Sept. 17

  • Notre Dame -6.5 vs. Michigan State
  • Oklahoma -9 vs. Ohio State
  • Nebraska -2 vs. Oregon
  • Alabama -3 at Ole Miss

Sept. 24 

  • Arkansas -1.5 at Texas A&M

Oct. 1

  • Tennessee vs. Georgia PK (pick ‘em)

Oct. 8 

  • Oklahoma -14 vs. Texas
  • Oregon -4.5 vs. Washington

Oct. 15

  • Ohio State -3 at Wisconsin
  • Stanford -1 at Notre Dame
  • Alabama -3.5 at Tennessee

Oct. 20

  • Boise State -11.5 vs. BYU

Oct. 29

  • Clemson -1 at Florida State
  • Baylor -4.5 at Texas
  • Michigan -2 at Michigan State
  • Wisconsin -4 at Nebraska
  • Georgia -1 vs. Florida
  • Mississippi -12 vs. Auburn

Nov. 5

  • Baylor -7.5 vs TCU
  • LSU -3 vs. Alabama

Nov. 12

  • LSU -5.5. at Arkansas
  • Oregon -1.5 vs. Stanford

Nov. 19 

  • Stanford -13.5 at California
  • UCLA -3 vs. USC

Nov. 25

  • TCU -1 at Texas
  • Arizona -7 vs. Arizona State
  • Washington State vs. Washington – PK

Nov. 26

  • Florida State -11 vs. Florida
  • Ohio State -6.5 vs. Michigan
  • BYU -1 vs. Utah State
  • Nevada -1.5 at UNLV
  • Alabama -18 vs. Auburn
  • Georgia -11 vs. Georgia Tech
  • Louisville -16.5 vs. Kentucky
  • Ole Miss -12 vs. Mississippi State
  • USC -6.5 vs. Notre Dame

Dec. 3

  • Oklahoma -12.5 vs. Oklahoma State

Of course, plenty can change between now and the start of the season, so it will be interesting to see how the final lines stack up once game day finally rolls around.
[H/T: College Spun]

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