South Carolina has been impeccable at home in recent seasons with an 18-0 SU and 12-6 ATS record over its last 18 home games. The No. 9 Gamecocks will take on the visiting No. 21 Texas A&M Aggies on Thursday night in marquee college football odds action. The Gamecocks are a 10.5-point favorite for Thursday night's SEC matchup against Texas A&M, and Kenny Hill will be making his first start at quarterback for the Aggies as Johnny Manziel has departed for the NFL. Texas A&M has gone 8-2 SU over its last 10 road games. The Georgia Dome will play host to a game on Thursday night between the Boise State Broncos and the No. 18 Mississippi Rebels. Boise State enjoyed a 92-12 SU record under head coach Chris Petersen over the last eight seasons, but they move into a new era with Brian Harsin this year. The Broncos are a 10-point underdog against Ole Miss. On Saturday, the Georgia Dome will host another big game between the No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide and the West Virginia Mountaineers. When this game was scheduled years ago, it was projected to be a game between two college football powerhouses. But here in 2014, it looks more like a tuneup game for the Crimson Tide. Alabama is a 25.5-point favorite. Two ranked teams take to the field on Saturday when the No. 12 Georgia Bulldogs host the No. 16 Clemson Tigers. All eyes are on Clemson's offense as the team is tasked with replacing last year's starting quarterback and two top running backs and wide receivers. Georgia is favored by 7.5 points at home. The No. 14 Wisconsin Badgers and the No. 13 LSU Tigers meet at NRG Stadium in Texas for what looks on paper to be one of the best matchups of the week. Wisconsin's Heisman hopeful Melvin Gordon could make an early statement by leading his team to an upset win over LSU. The Badgers are a 4.5-point underdog. No. 1 Florida State begins its national title defense as a 17.5-point favorite against Oklahoma State at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Florida State was 14-0 SU and 11-3 ATS in 2013.