We are coming off one of the wildest college football Saturday's in recent memory - with Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi State, Auburn and Central Florida all losing. But as big of a shanke-up as it was, it's never too early to look ahead to next Saturday.
Speaking of which, next Saturday appears to be the best college football Saturday we've had so far, with a legit Top 10 matchup between Miami and Clemson, the Red River Shootout (even if both teams stink) and a handful of big-time SEC games, including Florida-Texas A&M and Tennessee-Georgia.
And on Sunday we got opening point spreads via Circa Sports. Here are the spreads for all the big games (rankings are via the new AP Poll)
No. 7 Miami at No. 1 Clemson (-16)
Oklahoma (-2) vs. No. 22 Texas
Mississippi State at Kentucky (-3)
No. 14 Tennessee at No. 3 Georgia (-14)
No. 2 Alabama (-23) at Ole Miss
Arkansas at Auburn (-18)
Missouri at No. 17 LSU (-18)
No. 4 Florida (-7) at No. 21 Texas A&M
South Carolina at Vanderbilt (-12)
First off, how is Texas still ranked? Secondly, this shows just how good Clemson is, when you factor in that they're more than a two touchdown favorite against a team ranked in the Top 10 (or maybe Miami is just overrated).
And finally, some of the SEC lines seem overinflated as well. Should Auburn be giving 18 points against anyone after what we saw on Saturday?
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