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Betting Lines Released For College Football's Biggest Games Of The Year

We're still months away from the start of the 2016 college football season (and nearly half a year away from some of the season's biggest games in November) but you're now able to bet on nearly every major contest for the upcoming campaign. 

WagerTalk.com has received the betting lines for college football's games of the year from the Las Vegas sportsbook, South Point.

Among the notable lines, which do not include Week 1 games (you can view those spreads here):

  • Oklahoma is a -9 favorite against Ohio State
  • Alabama is a -3 favorite at Ole Miss
  • Florida State is a -11 favorite against Florida
  • LSU is a -3 favorite against Alabama
  • Ohio State is a -6.5 favorite against Michigan

Here are the odds for college football's biggest games. 

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