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Vegas Casino Releases Spreads For Top 40 College Football Games

If you're a firm believer that you know more than the average fan when it comes to college football, you now have the opportunity to put your money where your mouth is ahead of the 2016 season. Friday afternoon, Las Vegas sportsbook South Point released spreads on the top 40 games of the year - and there are a few surprises. Oklahoma, which returns star quarterback Baker Mayfield, is a nine-point favorite against Ohio State. Also, LSU is a three-point favorite against defending national champion Alabama.

It's likely that the Sooners and Tigers - along with a few other teams - will be favored in every contest they play this year. Whether or not they'll actually win all of those games is up for debate.

Here's a list of all of the games you can now bet on. We've broken it all out by date:

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

What do you think, college football fans? Which spreads look the most questionable?