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College football odds, quotes, week 4 schedule: Ohio, Tennessee win major conference games

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With Week 4 of the college football season just around the corner, there are some very interesting matchups that will feature the important SEC East fights at the Rocky Tops. No. 11 Tennessee he will face No. 20 Florida and he may resurface as one of the biggest games in the conference. Volunteers just finished dismantling Akron, but Gator barely escaped the clutches of South Florida in a swamp Saturday night.

Elsewhere, No. 5 Clemson visited No. 21 Wake Forest in the major ACC Atlantic Contest, No. 10 Arkansas and No. 23 Texas A&M faced off in the Neutral Site game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, and Wisconsin. will move. to No. 3 Ohio State in a cross-division showdown in the Big Ten.

Early point spreads are released next week. Let’s take a look at how the oddsmakers handicapped some of the weekend’s biggest games.

Odds provided by Caesars Sportsbook

Wisconsin No. 3 Ohio (-17): The Buckeyes scored a touchdown instead of a point in 11 of their 13 drives on Saturday vs. Toledo. They are recruited into the Badgers team whose purpose is to defend and win the trenches. It’s a strength-on-strength matchup between his two Big Ten teams in pursuit of the conference title.

Maryland, Michigan No. 4 (-17): This battle between the undefeated Big Ten West teams may seem low-key, but it should be a good indicator of where both teams stand in the conference pecking order. If the Wolverines defense can stay hot against this Terrapins offense, it would be a huge statement for the defending his conference champion.

No. 5 Clemson (-7.5) No. 21 Wake Forest: This will be a style fight that could have a significant impact on the ACC Atlantic title race. It will be If Wake Forest signal caller Sam Hartman turns this into a shootout, it will be interesting to see if Tigers quarterback DJ Uiagalelei can keep up.

No. 23 Texas A&M (-2.5) vs. No. 10 Arkansas (Arlington, TX): The Razorbacks needed a double-digit comeback in the fourth quarter to escape the clutches of FCS foe Missouri State and former Hogs coach Bobby Petrino. Tensions subsided in College Station, Texas after the Aggies kept Miami in the lead and improved to 2-1 that year. This crucial SEC West matchup will go a long way in determining who are Alabama’s top threats in the division.

No. 20 Florida vs. No. 11 Tennessee (-9.5): Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson started the season as college football’s darling but has been on the decline lately. They haven’t thrown a single touchdown pass. That explains why they’re almost double-digit underdogs against volunteer teams rolling on either side of the ball.

No. 22 Texas (-4.5) at Texas Tech: The Longhorns start Big 12 play against the Red Raiders in Lubbock, Texas. Running His back Bijan Robinson was hot in the second half of the win over UTSA, helping his team pull away and his second-best run in the conference against his defense.

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