Updated: Oct 12, 2020
A crazy Saturday in college football has just ended, but the Week 7 college football point spreads are out. Week 7 isn't quite as loaded as this past weekend was, with four different Top 25 matchups. But it does have maybe the signature game of the college football regular season.
That will come next Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where No. 3 Georgia travels to No. 2 Alabama. That game has opened with Alabama as a five-point favorite, a kind of incredible number when you factor in they're coming off a night where they gave up 56 points to Ole Miss on the road.
Here are the full Week 7 point spreads, via Circa Sports:
No. 14 Auburn (-3) at South Carolina
Kentucky at No. 18 Tennessee (-7)
Ole Miss (-2) at Arkansas
No. 11 Texas A&M (-7) at Mississippi State
LSU at No. 10 Florida (-13.5)
Vanderbilt at Missouri (-16)
No. 3 Georgia at No. 2 Alabama (-5)
Off the top, nothing jumps out as overly sexy. My quick, early hunches are that I like Tennessee minus the touchdown against Kentucky, and South Carolina as a home dog against Auburn. Those aren't official picks, just early thoughts. As for Georgia-Bama, I do have to sit down and think about it a little bit more, but do wonder if Stetson Bennett will be able to move the ball successfully against the best defense that he's seen to date.
Other thoughts: The LSU-Florida over/under opened at 67.5 - a number I'm sure will go up, and the Ole Miss-Arkansas over/under opened at 76.5, an insane number considering how well Arkansas defense is playing.
Outside of the SEC, there aren't too many games to get excited about, but here are a few other notable lines:
No. 5 North Carolina (-8) at Florida State
No. 7 Oklahoma State (-7) at Baylor
Louisville at No. 4 Notre Dame (-14)
What are your thoughts? Feel free to comment below.
And also, make sure to follow the AaronTorresPod Instagram page where the official picks are posted on Wednesday, and here at Aaron Torres Online, where the full write-up comes out Wednesday afternoon. The picks are hitting at an absurd 67 percent on the season (19-9 ATS this season)