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INDIANA at MISSOURI   @ 4:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
307:  INDIANA
 
308:  MISSOURI
+13  -110

-13  -110
+375

-550

70.5
 
MASSACHUSETTS at PENN ST   @ 4:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
309:  MASSACHUSETTS
 
310:  PENN ST
+27  -110

-27  -110


47.5
 
MARSHALL at AKRON   @ 2:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
311:  MARSHALL
 
312:  AKRON
-9  -110

+9  -110
-360

+280

60
 
IOWA at PITTSBURGH   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
313:  IOWA
 
314:  PITTSBURGH
+7  -110

-7  -110
+220

-300

47
 
0
10:30 1st
0
BALL ST at TOLEDO   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
315:  BALL ST
 
316:  TOLEDO
+14  -110

-14  -110
+500

-735

59
 
MARYLAND at SYRACUSE   @ 12:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
317:  MARYLAND
 
318:  SYRACUSE
+2  -110

-2  -110
+110

-130

55
 
IDAHO at OHIO U   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
319:  IDAHO
 
320:  OHIO U
+13  -110

-13  -110
+375

-550

57
 
C MICHIGAN at KANSAS   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
321:  C MICHIGAN
 
322:  KANSAS
+3.5  -110

-3.5  -110
+155

-175

44.5
 
TROY at GEORGIA   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
323:  TROY
 
324:  GEORGIA
+41  -110

-41  -110


64
 
0
12:00 1st
0
BOWLING GREEN at WISCONSIN   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
325:  BOWLING GREEN
 
326:  WISCONSIN
+27  -110

-27  -110


64
 
0
13:49 1st
7
TULANE at DUKE   @ 12:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
327:  TULANE
 
328:  DUKE
+17  -110

-17  -110
+780

-1400

58.5
 
ARMY at WAKE FOREST   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
329:  ARMY
 
330:  WAKE FOREST
-2.5  -110

+2.5  -110
-140

+120

47
 
N CAROLINA at E CAROLINA   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
331:  N CAROLINA
 
332:  E CAROLINA
+2.5  -110

-2.5  -110
+120

-140

66.5
 
SAN JOSE ST at MINNESOTA   @ 4:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
333:  SAN JOSE ST
 
334:  MINNESOTA
+10  -110

-10  -110
+300

-400

50
 
UTAH at MICHIGAN   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
335:  UTAH
 
336:  MICHIGAN
+3.5  -110

-3.5  -110
+155

-175

55
 
E MICHIGAN at MICHIGAN ST   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
337:  E MICHIGAN
 
338:  MICHIGAN ST
+44.5  -110

-44.5  -110


52
 
0
11:41 1st
7
S CAROLINA at VANDERBILT   @ 7:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
339:  S CAROLINA
 
340:  VANDERBILT
-21.5  -110

+21.5  -110


52.5
 
FLA ATLANTIC at WYOMING   @ 4:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
341:  FLA ATLANTIC
 
342:  WYOMING
+3.5  -110

-3.5  -110
+155

-175

47
 
HAWAII at COLORADO   @ 2:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
343:  HAWAII
 
344:  COLORADO
+9  -110

-9  -110
+280

-360

60.5
 
MIDDLE TENN ST at MEMPHIS   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
345:  MIDDLE TENN ST
 
346:  MEMPHIS
+12  -110

-12  -110
+350

-500

60.5
 
GEORGIA ST at WASHINGTON   @ 6:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
347:  GEORGIA ST
 
348:  WASHINGTON
+34.5  -110

-34.5  -110


70
 
APPALACHIAN ST at SOUTHERN MISS   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
349:  APPALACHIAN ST
 
350:  SOUTHERN MISS
+1.5  -110

-1.5  -110
+100

-120

59
 
GA SOUTHERN at S ALABAMA   @ 7:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
351:  GA SOUTHERN
 
352:  S ALABAMA
-3  -110

+3  -110
-155

+135

58.5
 
TEXAS A&M at SMU   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
353:  TEXAS A&M
 
354:  SMU
-34  -110

+34  -110


59
 
RUTGERS at NAVY   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
355:  RUTGERS
 
356:  NAVY
+6.5  -110

-6.5  -110
+210

-270

54.5
 
FLORIDA at ALABAMA   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
357:  FLORIDA
 
358:  ALABAMA
+14.5  -110

-14.5  -110
+510

-750

50.5
 
UNLV at HOUSTON   @ 8:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
359:  UNLV
 
360:  HOUSTON
+22  -110

-22  -110


62.5
 
GEORGIA TECH at VIRGINIA TECH   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
361:  GEORGIA TECH
 
362:  VIRGINIA TECH
+7.5  -110

-7.5  -110
+250

-330

53
 
3
10:56 1st
0
OREGON at WASHINGTON ST   @ 10:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
363:  OREGON
 
364:  WASHINGTON ST
-22.5  -110

+22.5  -110


77.5
 
CLEMSON at FLORIDA ST   @ 8:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
365:  CLEMSON
 
366:  FLORIDA ST
+14.5  -110

-14.5  -110
+510

-750

57.5
 
VIRGINIA at BYU   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
367:  VIRGINIA
 
368:  BYU
+14.5  -110

-14.5  -110
+510

-750

49.5
 
TEXAS ST at ILLINOIS   @ 4:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
369:  TEXAS ST
 
370:  ILLINOIS
+12.5  -110

-12.5  -110
+360

-525

62
 
OLD DOMINION at RICE   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
371:  OLD DOMINION
 
372:  RICE
+6.5  -110

-6.5  -110
+210

-270

63
 
0
13:32 1st
0
LOUISVILLE at FLA INTERNATIONAL   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
373:  LOUISVILLE
 
374:  FLA INTERNATIO
-27  -110

+27  -110


44
 
MIAMI OHIO at CINCINNATI   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
375:  MIAMI OHIO
 
376:  CINCINNATI
+29.5  -110

-29.5  -110


62
 
SAN DIEGO ST at OREGON ST   @ 10:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
377:  SAN DIEGO ST
 
378:  OREGON ST
+10  -110

-10  -110
+300

-400

58.5
 
MISSISSIPPI ST at LSU   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
379:  MISSISSIPPI ST
 
380:  LSU
+9  -110

-9  -110
+280

-360

48.5
 
N ILLINOIS at ARKANSAS   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
381:  N ILLINOIS
 
382:  ARKANSAS
+13.5  -110

-13.5  -110
+425

-600

67
 
UTAH ST at ARKANSAS ST   @ 7:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
383:  UTAH ST
 
384:  ARKANSAS ST
+1.5  -110

-1.5  -110
+100

-120

49
 
NEW MEXICO at NEW MEXICO ST   @ 8:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
385:  NEW MEXICO
 
386:  NEW MEXICO ST
-3  -110

+3  -110
-155

+135

63
 
MIAMI at NEBRASKA   @ 8:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
387:  MIAMI
 
388:  NEBRASKA
+8  -110

-8  -110
+260

-340

55.5
 
OKLAHOMA at W VIRGINIA   @ 7:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
389:  OKLAHOMA
 
390:  W VIRGINIA
-7.5  -110

+7.5  -110
-330

+250

65
 
CALIFORNIA at ARIZONA   @ 10:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
391:  CALIFORNIA
 
392:  ARIZONA
+8  -110

-8  -110
+260

-340

69.5
 
LA LAFAYETTE at BOISE ST   @ 10:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
393:  LA LAFAYETTE
 
394:  BOISE ST
+17  -110

-17  -110
+780

-1400

61
 

(AP) - Gus Malzahn's offenses have always taken off swiftly upon his arrival at a school, just not quite like what's happened with Auburn.

Heading into Saturday's visit to Arkansas, the eighth-ranked Tigers are on a three-game offensive tear they couldn't manage even when Cam Newton was powering the 2010 team to the national championship with Malzahn as offensive coordinator.

Auburn (7-1, 3-1 SEC) has produced one of the program's 12 highest-yardage totals in each of the past three games, averaging 652 yards during the stretch with no Heisman Trophy candidate or big star leading the way. The Tigers had never gained 600 yards three times in a season.

They have key additions like quarterback Nick Marshall and tailback Cameron Artis-Payne, but perhaps the biggest newcomer was Malzahn and his hurry-up, no-huddle offense.

"I think guys (are) just playing harder, and actually believing in the coaches and having trust in the coaches," tailback Corey Grant said.

The first-year turnaround is nothing new. Malzahn's offenses as coordinator at Arkansas (3-5, 0-4), Tulsa and Auburn climbed an average of 53 spots in the national rankings in scoring offense, 49 in total yards and 19 in rushing yards in his initial season.

Auburn's rise has made that look like chump change. The Tigers' surprising climb into SEC championship contention has been spearheaded by an offense that has jumped 85 spots nationally in scoring, 102 in total and 73 in rushing.

"Gus has got an extremely unique package that they're obviously grasping very, very well," Razorbacks coach Bret Bielema said. "And they've got players that fit into it. I think their execution has gotten better every game."

Marshall's passing numbers have only been decent, with six touchdowns against four interceptions. Malzahn said Tuesday he's "day to day" for this game with an injury to his throwing shoulder, but the quarterback practiced Sunday.

Marshall is a key part of the nation's fifth-best ground game, with 461 yards and five touchdowns despite missing all of one game and most of another with injuries.

"They're No. 1 in the SEC in rushing the football," Bielema said. "He's a valuable part of that, whether it's a read-zone or a quarterback run game or he makes the right call on where the ball needs to be handed off. And he's very efficient. I think he's gotten better every game. You can see him gaining confidence."

Marshall has plenty of help in the running game.

Tre Mason (753 yards, nine touchdowns), Artis-Payne (510, five) and Grant (451, four) have all played significant roles. All four of those players, Marshall included, have produced 100-yard games. Only five teams have had four players reach triple digits in a game this season.

"It's actually fun, getting in, with the O-line we have and the receivers we have," Grant said. "I can just break one at any time."

The offensive renaissance is not just about Marshall and the running backs.

Sammie Coates' 25.5-yard average on 21 catches leads the nation. And the offensive line led by center Reese Dismukes and left tackle Greg Robinson has given up seven sacks, tied with Alabama for second-best in the league behind Arkansas.

"I think each week we have improved in our execution of the run game," Malzahn said. "The fact that we've had three different running backs all do a solid job, our line has done a solid job and then the fact that our quarterbacks have been able to run, too. That has been the biggest factor."

The Tigers' 24 rushing touchdowns and 12 passing TDs already top last season's totals in 12 games.

Bielema, meanwhile, is not having much first-year success at Arkansas.

The Razorbacks have dropped five straight and were totally dominated in their past two games, losing 52-7 at home to then-No. 14 South Carolina on Oct. 12 and 52-0 at top-ranked Alabama on Oct. 19.

And that's not the only thing Bielema is upset about, as his war of words with Auburn is alive and well.

His latest issue with the Tigers' coaching staff came as a result of game video Auburn shared with the Razorbacks, footage Bielema said painted a less-than-complete picture of the Tigers' plays.

"There are just some clips that haven't, shall we say, the TV copy doesn't match the film copy," Bielema said.

Bielema's complaint, which he said he filed with the SEC, is the most recent in a series of run-ins with Auburn - dating to back-and-forth banter between he and Malzahn during the summer.

During SEC media days in July, Bielema had his first run-in with Malzahn after the Auburn coach said he thought Bielema's concerns for player safety in a no-huddle, hurry-up system were "a joke."

"I'm not a comedian," Bielema responded.

The Malzahn-Bielema exchange was followed by another bit of public banter between the Arkansas coach and another Auburn coach in August following an injury to Razorbacks tight end Austin Tate.

Following Tate's injury, Tigers assistant coach Tim Horton - previously an assistant at Arkansas - tweeted his well-wishes to the tight end for a speedy recovery. His tweet, however, came a day before Bielema planned to release news of the injury - leading to a phone conversation between the two.

"I go over in detail our players, our coaches, our media in-house and, of course, we release information," Bielema said at the time. "I forgot to review this with the Auburn staff."

Arkansas has won two straight and four of five in the series, with three of those victories coming when Auburn was ranked.