Four undefeated teams head into Week 11 near the top of the 2017 College Football Playoff rankings. The latest betting odds indicate that one or even two of those teams could suffer a loss Saturday.

The betting line for the game between No.1 Georgia and No.10 Auburn doesn’t even have the Bulldogs favored by a field goal. No.3 Notre Dame is favored on the road against undefeated No.7 Miami, according to the latest point spread.

No.2 Alabama is a two-touchdown favorite against Mississippi State. No.8 Wisconsin is the only one of the four undefeated top-10 teams that plays at home in Week 11.

No.18 UCF still hasn’t lost, but their weak schedule means they probably won’t reach the College Football Playoff. They are the biggest favorite of the ranked teams, laying 40 points against Connecticut.

No.9 Washington is the only ranked team that doesn’t play Saturday. They are favored at Stanford Friday night.

Miami Football Undefeated Miami is a betting underdog, according to the Week 11 college football betting odds. Pictured: Malik Rosier scrambles for yardage during the second half of an NCAA football game against the Florida State Seminoles at Doak S. Campbell Stadium on Oct. 7, 2017 in Tallahassee, Florida. Photo: Butch Dill/Getty Images

Below are the complete betting lines for all the Week 11 college football games with top-25 teams, including the point spreads and totals. These are the consensus odds from multiple sportsbooks in Las Vegas and online, via OddsShark.

No.9 Washington (-6) at Stanford, 44

No.12 Michigan State (+16) at No.13 Ohio State, 54.5

Rutgers (+31) at No.14 Penn State, 52.5

No.15 Oklahoma State (-6.5) at No.21 Iowa State, 62

Connecticut (+40) at No.18 UCF, 64

No.23 NC State (-3) at Boston College, 52

Arkansas (+16.5) at No.24 LSU, 56

No.17 Virginia Tech (-3) at Georgia Tech, 50.5

No.1 Georgia (-2.5) at No.10 Auburn, 47

Florida State (+16) at No.4 Clemson, 46

No.20 Iowa (+12) at No.8 Wisconsin, 46

No.11 USC (-13.5) at Colorado, 63.5

No.19 Washington State (-1.5) at Utah, 52

No.2 Alabama (-14) at No.16 Mississippi State, 51

Purdue (+4.5) at No.25 Northwestern, 48

No.3 Notre Dame (-3) at No.7 Miami, 57.5

No.6 TCU (+6.5) at No.5 Oklahoma, 62.5