College football Week 7 odds: Betting lines for biggest matchups

The Ohio State Buckeyes are 7–0 straight up and 6–1 against the spread over their last seven games. The Buckeyes will try to keep rolling Saturday on the road against the Wisconsin Badgers.

Ohio State is a 10.5-point road favorite for Saturday at sportsbooks monitored by Through the first five games of the 2016 season the No. 2 Buckeyes have totally steamrolled their opponents, winning every game by at least 21 points and putting teams away by an average margin of victory of 42.4 points.

No. 8 Wisconsin is 5–2 SU and ATS in its last seven games as a home underdog and 4–0 ATS in its last four games against teams with winning records.

The top two teams in the nation are each on the road this week, with the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide traveling to the No. 9 Tennessee Volunteers. With another win and cover last week against Arkansas, the Crimson Tide continue to thrive against solid teams, improving to 10–0 SU and 8–2 ATS in their last 10 games against teams with winning records.

Tennessee is a 12-point underdog at home this Saturday, and will try to turn the tide against Alabama after going 0–9 SU and 3–6 ATS in its last nine games against the Crimson Tide.

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The Miami Hurricanes picked up their first loss of the season on Saturday, allowing 17 second-half points in a 20–19 loss to the Florida State Seminoles. The Hurricanes will try to bounce back on Saturday as 7-point home favorites against the North Carolina Tar Heels. Miami is 8–2 SU in its last 10 home games coming off a loss at home and 6–0 ATS in its last six games coming off a loss.

And Nebraska has played its way into the AP top 10 with a 5–0 SU and 3–1–1 ATS start to the season. The Cornhuskers are 4.5-point road favorites this Saturday against the Indiana Hoosiers. In their last 13 games on the road, the Cornhuskers are 8–5 SU and 10–3 ATS.

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