The 2017 college football season is in full swing now, and there are plenty of intriguing matchups in Week 2. Sixteen games feature at least one team that’s ranked in the AP Top 25 Poll.

Those games feature an array of betting odds because of the number of mismatches. No.1 Alabama, for example, is favored by 44 points over Fresno State, while No.11 Oklahoma State is a 28.5-point favorite on the road. The betting lines are much smaller in the four games that include two ranked teams.

The smallest point spread comes in the contest between No.23 TCU and unranked Arkansas. The Horned Frogs are just three point-favorites in their game against the Razorbacks, who won by 42 points in their season opener.

No.15 Georgia is the only top-25 underdog playing a team that’s ranked below them. The Bulldogs are getting 4.5 points in their visit to No.24 Notre Dame, who entered the top 25 after blowing out Temple in their season opener. Georgia will be in unfamiliar territory on the road, playing just their second game north of the Mason-Dixon Line since 1965.

Three teams ranked in the top 14 are guaranteed to lose this weekend. A week after the No.1 and No.3 teams in the country squared off, No.7 Oklahoma State visits No.2 Ohio State. The Buckeyes are favored by more than a touchdown. No.14 Stanford and No.13 Auburn are also underdogs as they go on the road to face top-10 opponents.

Four ranked teams had their games canceled because of Hurricane Irma. No.10 Florida State, No.16 Miami, No.21 South Florida and No.22 Florida were all scheduled to play unranked opponents.

No.11 Oklahoma State plays Friday night, while the rest of the ranked teams will play Saturday. Betting odds aren’t available for every top-25 game.

Below are the complete betting lines for all the Week 1 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.11 Oklahoma State (-28.5) at South Alabama, 67.5

Cincinnati (+34.5) at No.8 Michigan, 50

No.17 Louisville (-10) at North Carolina, 63

Charlotte (+34.5) at No.19 Kansas State, 56.5

Fresno State (+44) at No.1 Alabama, 53

Pittsburgh (+21) at No.4 Penn State, 66.5

Delaware (N/A) at No.18 Virginia Tech

No.23 TCU (-3) at Arkansas, 58.5

Indiana State (N/A) at No.25 Tennessee

No.13 Auburn (+5.5) at No.3 Clemson, 55.5

No.5 Oklahoma (+7.5) at No.2 Ohio State, 64.5

Chattanooga (N/A) at No.12 LSU

No.15 Georgia (+4.5) at No.24 Notre Dame, 56

Montana (N/A) at No.7 Washington

No.14 Stanford (+5.5) at No.6 USC, 55

Boise State (+10.5) at No.20 Washington State, 57.5