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Saturday’s college football betting preview

Illinois (7-3) at Michigan (10-0) – noon ET; TV: ABC

Point distribution: Michigan -18

money line: Illinois (+675) near Michigan (-975)

Total score: Over 41 (-110) / Under 41 (-110)

Illinois is hitting a bit and the game is taking place in Ann Arbor, which is why this range is so wide. Illinois should be able to force the Wolverines onto the field not in the tunnel. Illinois will be the best defense Michigan has faced all season.

NC State (7-3) at Louisville (6-4) 3:30 p.m. ET; TV: ESPN3

Point distribution: Louisville -4 (-105)

money line: NC State (+150) in Louisville (-175)

Total score: Over 45 (-110) / Under 45 (-110)

Can Awesome Wolfpack Defense Slow Louisville QB Malik Cunningham and Cardinal Offense? The winner of this game may depend on whether NC State’s offense can control the ball and score some points to give the defense a break.

Tennessee (9-1) at South Carolina (6-4) 7 p.m. ET; TV: ESPN

Point distribution: Tennessee -22 (-110)

money line: Tennessee (-2400) near South Carolina (+1200)

Total score: Over 66.5 (-110) / Under 66.5 (-110)

It’s easy to feel bad for someone playing Volunteers. Tennessee seeks to crush anyone who stands in its way of making the college football playoffs.

USC (9-1) to UCLA (8-2) 8 p.m. ET; TV: FUCHS

Point distribution: USC-2 (-115)

money line: USC (-135) at UCLA (+115)

Total score: Over 76 (-110) / Under 76 (-110)

Pray for the scoreboard keeper as his finger may fall off after entering all the points scored in this game.

Utah (8-2) at Oregon (8-2) 10:30 p.m. ET; TV: ESPN

Point distribution: Utah -1 (-110)

money line: Utah (-125) near Oregon (+105)

Total score: Over 61.5 (-110) / Under 61.5 (-110)

The winner of this game can win and win the Pac-12 championship game. With the Pac-12, you never know what might happen after dark.