CFB Week 10 Las Vegas Odds

College Football Week 10 Las Vegas Odds & Point Spreads

The college football season has entered Week 10. Here is a look at what Las Vegas thinks of this week’s games.

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The featured game this week is in the SEC, as No. 7 Alabama hosts No. 4 LSU at 8PM ET on CBS on Saturday. According to oddsmakers at the MGM Mirage in Las Vegas, Alabama has opened as a 6.5-point favorite at home against LSU this weekend. Bama is 7-1 on the season, 4-1 in the SEC and 3-5 against the spread. LSU is 7-0 on the year, 4-0 in the SEC and 4-3 against the spread. Alabama has won four straight over LSU, including last year’s 20-13 OT win in Baton Rouge. Alabama has covered the spread in three of those four wins.

Another big game this week is in the ACC as No. 3 Clemson hosts No. 17 Florida State at 3:30PM ET on Saturday on ABC. Oddsmakers in Las Vegas have Clemson as a 12-point favorite against the Seminoles right now. Florida State is 7-1 on the season, 5-1 in the ACC and 5-3 against the spread. Clemson is 8-0 on the year, 5-0 in the ACC, and 4-4 against the spread. Florida State has won three straight over Clemson, but the Tigers are 5-1 against the spread in the last six of this series.

Bet on College Football Week 10 Odds

For a look at the odds for each game in Week 10 of the 2015 College Football Season, see below.

2015 College Football Week 10 Las Vegas Odds

Tuesday, Nov. 3

301 Northern Illinois +7½

302 Toledo -7½

Wednesday, Nov. 4

303 Ohio +20½

304 Bowling Green -20½

Thursday, Nov. 5

307 Baylor -17

308 Kansas State +17

309 Buffalo -2½

310 Kent State +2½

311 Arkansas State +11½

312 Appalachian State -11½

313 Ball State +14½

314 Western Michigan -14½

315 Mississippi State -7½

316 Missouri +7½

317 Nevada -4½

318 Fresno State +4½

Friday, Nov. 6

319 Temple -12

320 Southern Methodist +12

321 Rice -7

322 UTEP +7

323 Brigham Young N/A

324 San Jose State N/A

Saturday, Nov. 7

325 Illinois -1

326 Purdue +1

327 Duke +8

328 North Carolina -8

329 Florida Atlantic +24½

330 Western Kentucky -24½

331 Texas Tech +7½

332 West Virginia -7½

333 Kentucky +14

334 Georgia -14

335 Louisiana Lafayette -3½

336 Georgia State +3½

337 Iowa -7

338 Indiana +7

339 South Florida +4

340 East Carolina -4

341 Vanderbilt +21

342 Florida -21

343 Charlotte +19

344 FIU -19

345 Syracuse +13

346 Louisville -13

347 Cincinnati +8½

348 Houston -8½

349 Akron +2

350 Massachusetts -2

351 Eastern Michigan +5

352 Miami Ohio -5

353 Rutgers N/A

354 Michigan N/A

355 Army +17

356 Air Force -17

357 North Carolina State -4½

358 Boston College +4½

359 Penn State +2½

360 Northwestern -2½

361 New Mexico State +15

362 Texas State -15

363 Connecticut N/A

364 Tulane N/A

365 Kansas +28

366 Texas -28

367 Colorado State N/A

368 Wyoming N/A

369 Stanford -15½

370 Colorado +15½

371 Central Florida +16

372 Tulsa -16

373 Utah State -14

374 New Mexico +14

375 Utah +1

376 Washington -1

377 Arizona +17½

378 USC -17½

379 South Carolina +17

380 Tennessee -17

381 Iowa State +25½

382 Oklahoma -25½

383 TCU -5

384 Oklahoma State +5

385 UCLA -17

386 Oregon State +17

387 Florida State +12

388 Clemson -12

389 Navy +8½

390 Memphis -8½

391 Wisconsin -12½

392 Maryland +12½

393 North Texas +29

394 Louisiana Tech -29

395 LSU +6½

396 Alabama -6½

397 Louisiana Monroe +9½

398 Troy -9½

399 Hawaii +9½

400 UNLV -9½

401 California +6

402 Oregon -6

403 Old Dominion +10½

404 Texas San Antonio -10½

405 Notre Dame -7½

406 Pittsburgh +7½

407 Marshall +3

408 Middle Tennessee -3

409 Arkansas +10½

410 Mississippi -10½

411 Minnesota +23½

412 Ohio State -23½

413 Auburn +7

414 Texas A&M -7

415 Arizona State -2

416 Washington State +2

417 Virginia N/A

418 Miami N/A

419 Idaho +5

420 South Alabama -5

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