The betting line in this week’s Tennessee-Alabama game opened large and has only ballooned from there. It’s currently at more than five touchdowns and kickoff is still two days away.

It opened at 34 points and has swelled to 36.5 points.

Because of a slew of top 10 upsets in the last two weeks, this season has already drawn some comparisons to the wild 2007 season, which had more than its fair share of upsets. But a Tennessee upset this week at Alabama would rank fourth all-time in points spread for an underdog.

This is just one of the dismal numbers related to Tennessee this week. Others are Tennessee hasn’t scored a touchdown in 10 quarters, and the Vols are trying to snap a 10-game losing streak in this series.

Streaks in these types of games aren’t new. When Syracuse beat Louisville 38-35, it did it as a 38.5 underdog and snapped Louisville’s 20-game home winning streak. The Cardinals had the second longest active streak in the bowl subdivision behind Southern Cal.

When Stanford beat Southern Cal in 2007 as a 39-point underdog, it ended the Trojans’ 35-game home winning streak and 24-game Pac-10 home winning streak.

Earlier this season, Howard was a 45-point underdog against UNLV and beat the Rebels 43-40 in Las Vegas. UNLV paid Howard $600,000 for the game.

Here are the other large upsets in college football:

2017: Howard beat UNLV (-45)
2007: Stanford vs Southern Cal (-39)
2007: Syracuse beat Louisville (-38.5)