College Football Odds and Spreads for Week 4 Games

By David Hayes
Texas A&M v Auburn
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While it may feel like the 2019 college football season just started, the conclusion of this weekend wraps up a full third of most team's regular-season schedules.

As we take a look ahead at betting lines in the Week 4 slate, there are plenty of games with large points spreads and over/under totals, as well as game lines that are less than a field goal, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

Aside from a handful of lower-tier Top-25 teams stumbling last weekend, including Arizona State's 10-7 win over then-No. 18 Michigan State and then-No. 24 USC's OT loss to BYU, we still haven't seen a ton of ranked upsets through Week 3 of the 2019 college football season.

However, Week 4's lineup features three Top-25 matchups this Saturday, headlined by No. 7 Notre Dame hitting the road to face a heavily-favored No. 3 Georgia (-14.5) at home in Athens, Ga., on Saturday at 8 p.m. EST.

Week 4 also marks the beginning of most conference schedules around the country, premiering with No. 11 Michigan traveling to Camp Randall in Madison as the Wolverines face a 3.5-point home favorite in Wisconsin on Saturday at 12 p.m. EST. After the noon slot, No. 8 Auburn visits College Station, Texas, as 3.5-point road underdogs to open its SEC schedule against No. 17 Texas A&M at 3:30 p.m. EST.

In, perhaps, the least surprising fashion imaginable, we turn our attention back toward a Big 12 matchup to find Week 4's highest over/under total, featuring a projected 72.5 points in Saturday's Oklahoma State-Texas matchup.

Neither No. 1 Clemson nor No. 2 Alabama's respective cupcake opponents take the crown for this week's largest spread, as Army's home matchup against Morgan State has the Black Knights favored by an astounding 45 points, as of Saturday morning.

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