Week 8 NCAAF Lines

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Week 8 NCAAF Lines

We’ve reached the midway point of the college football season. There are a few sure things in the game and one of those is that the Alabama Crimson Tide are the still the best team in the nation. They are 16.5-point home favorites against 6th-ranked and undefeated Texas A&M. That game, which is the marquee college football game of the week, leads the way in our early look at Week 8’s NCAAF betting lines.

Week 8 NCAAF Lines

Games involving ranked teams in bold.

Thursday, Oct. 20

Miami at Virginia Tech (-4.5)

Troy (-9.5) at South Alabama

BYU at Boise State (-7)

Friday, Oct. 21

South Carolina (-6.5) at Temple

Oregon at California (-2.5)

San Jose State at San Diego State (-23.5)

Saturday, Oct. 22

North Texas at Army (-18)

Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan (-22.5)

Syracuse at Boston College (-6)

Rutgers at Minnesota (No line)

East Carolina at Cincinnati (-2)

TCU at West Virginia (-4.5)

Indiana at Northwestern (-1.5)

Purdue at Nebraska (-23.5)

Oklahoma State (-24) at Kansas

Wisconsin (-3) at Iowa

North Carolina (-8) at Virginia

NC State at Louisville (-20)

Central Michigan at Toledo (-10)

Akron at Ball State (-2)

Louisiana Tech (-15) at Florida International

Hawaii at Air Force (-16.5)

Lousiana Lafayette (-7) at Texas State

Idaho at Appalachian State (-21.5)

UMass at South Carolina (-20.5)

Carlotte at Marshall (-14)

Lousiana Monroe at New Mexico (No line)

Buffalo at Northern Illinois (-21.5)

Central Florida (-3.5) at Connecticut

Ohio (-3) at Kent State

Washington State (-7) at Arizona State

Oklahoma (-14) at Texas Tech

Illinois at Michigan (No line)

Houston (-20.5) at SMU

Memphis (-3) at Navy

Wyoming (-4.5) at Nevada

Tulane at Tulsa (-11.5)

Oregon State at Washington (-34.5)

Miami (OH) at Bowling Green (-4.5)

Mississippi State (-3) at Kentucky

UTEP at Texas San Antonio (-9)

Old Dominion at Western Kentucky (-13)

Texas at Kansas State (-3)

Colorado at Stanford (-2.5)

Michigan State at Maryland (No line)

Middle Tennessee State at Missouri (-6.5)

Georgia Southern (-13.5) at New Mexico State

Utah at UCLA (No line)

Ole Miss at LSU (-6)

Arkansas at Auburn (-9.5)

Ohio State (-20) at Penn State

Texas A&M at Alabama (-16.5)

Colorado State at UNLV (-2.5)

Fresno State at Utah State (-16)