A little shakeup in this week’s AP Top 25 Poll, but nothing of significance at the top. Wisconsin moved into the top 10 following a Badger’s beatdown of Michigan, 35-14. The Wolverines suffered the biggest drop in the poll down nine spots to No. 20.
The top four teams remained the same with three of them, blowout winners, last Saturday – Clemson, Alabama, LSU – and each covered the huge point spreads. The other winner was No. 3 Georgia, who held off Notre Dame 23-17, dropping the Irish from No. 7 to No. 10.
Georgia received 1 first-place vote in this week’s AP Poll. Alabama had 6 and Clemson 55 first-place votes.
Here are this week’s betting lines and match-ups for the Top 25 college football teams.
Washington State, Arizona State, and TCU all lost and dropped out of the Associated Press (AP) Poll. They were replaced by No. 21 USC, No. 24 Kansas State, and No. 25 Michigan State.
Kansas State is an underdog this week at Oklahoma State, and the Cowboys are knocking on the door and will crack the Top 25 with a victory over the Wildcats.
When Circa Sports in Las Vegas provided the opening college football lines early Sunday, Top 25 teams that took money to move the betting line up at least 1 point to current lines were Ohio State, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Cal and No. 2 Alabama, which moved up from -34 to currently -37.5 versus Ole Miss. The line on No. 1 Clemson opened -28.5 at North Carolina and dropped to -26 at Circa Sports. Read More