College Football Week 11 Point Spreads

Along with a complete list of point spreads for the top 25 action in college football, here is a quick-hit look at some of the marquee matchups in Week 11.

No. 25 West Virginia at No. 5 Cincinnati, Friday, November 13
This is the first of three important games left on the Bearcats’ schedule. After playing the Mountaineers on Friday night, Brian Kelly’s squad will take on Big Ten foe Illinois on November 27 and then have a marquee Big East showdown with No. 12 PITT on December 5. Kelly won’t have starting quarterback Tony Pike again this week as the senior continues to nurse a forearm injury. That means impressive sophomore Zach Collaros will once again be counted on to keep Cincinnati’s BCS hopes alive. After ratting off four straight wins to get to 6-1 on the season, West Virginia has struggled the past two weeks. They were defeated by South Florida two weeks ago and then struggled generating offense against a below-average Louisville team last Saturday. Will Collaros and the rest of Cincy’s backfield be too much for the Mountaineers to handle?
Odds: Cincinnati –9.

No. 16 Utah at No. 4 TCU, 7:30PM ET, Saturday
Now that the Horned Frogs have leapt into the No. 4 spot in the rankings, they have one more hurdle to overcome on their schedule before they let fate take the wheel for the rest of the season. Utah will do everything in its power to knock off its Mountain West foe and gain the inside edge for a second straight conference title. But the Utes’ task is a daunting one. TCU has the sixth best rushing attack in the nation and are ranked eighth in total offense. They also rank third in total defense and fifth in scoring defense. The Frogs look like a small-school juggernaut right now but if they will be challenged this weekend in Fort Worth.
Odds: TCU –19.5.

No. 10 Iowa at No. 11 Ohio State, 3:30PM ET, Saturday
In the blink of an eye, the Hawkeyes saw their national title hopes and quarterback go down in one fall swoop last Saturday as Northwestern shocked them at home. Now Iowa can only hope for a Big Ten title, but even that looks dim considering it has to go into Columbus this week in attempts to beat a confident Ohio State team. The Buckeyes knocked off Penn State last Saturday in Happy Valley and now has the inside track to winning the Big Ten again this season. The Hawkeyes will start redshirt freshman James Vanderberg, who struggled last week after Ricky Stanzi suffered an injury in the first half. Asking a redshirt freshman to beat the Buckeyes in Columbus is no small order and it appears that Iowa’s magical 2009 season won’t have a fairytale ending.
Odds: Ohio State –17.

Top 25 Point Spreads:

Thursday, November 12
No. 24 South Florida -1
Rutgers +1

Friday, November 13
No. 25 West Virginia +9
No. 5 Cincinnati -9

No. 1 Florida –15.5
South Carolina +15.5

No. 2 Alabama –12.5
Mississippi State +12.5

No. 3 Texas -24
Baylor +24

No. 16 Utah +19.5
No. 4 TCU –19.5

Idaho +31
No. 6 Boise State -31

No. 7 Georgia Tech –12.5
Duke +12.5

Louisiana Tech +24.5
No. 8 LSU –24.5

Stanford +10.5
No. 9 USC –11.5

No. 10 Iowa +17
No. 11 Ohio State -17

Notre Dame +7
No. 12 Pittsburgh -7

Arizona State +17
No. 13 Oregon -17

No. 14 Miami -3
North Carolina +3

No. 15 Houston –4.5
Central Florida +4.5

No. 17 Arizona +1
California -1

Indiana +25.5
No. 18 Penn State –25.5

Texas Tech +4
No. 19 Oklahoma State -4

Michigan +8.5
No. 20 Wisconsin –8.5

No. 21 Virginia Tech –17.5
Maryland +17.5

No. 22 BYU –26.5
New Mexico +26.5

Washington +12
No. 23 Oregon State -12

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