College football betting updates
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11:45 a.m.: Ohio State will have its starting running back back in Jordan Hall, Urban Meyer told ESPN Saturday morning. The Buckeyes are 17-point home favorites vs. Cal at 5Dimes.
11:30 a.m.: From Bovada: "Public all over Tennessee. Almost 80 percent."
11:15 a.m.: ATS, over/under results from last 20 Notre Dame -- Michigan St games.
10:49 a.m.: Illinois will rest starting quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase and starting running back Josh Ferguson today against Charleston Southern, The State Journal-Register reported.
10:45 a.m.: It's raining in Fayetteville, where Arkansas hosts Alabama. QB Tyler Wilson is being described as a game-time decision, but most believe he's out. The rain is expected to hang around in Fayetteville through the 3:30 p.m. kickoff.
10:30 a.m.: Bovada reporting taking some "big bets" on Northwestern -3 vs. Boston College.
10:23 a.m.: The sports handicapping site SportsOptions.com tweeted: "A Steam Move just grabbed #Stanford between +8.5 and +9 at CRIS, Diamond, Greek and http://Sportsbook.com . CRIS now down to #USC -7.5."
10:20 a.m.: USC at Stanford (-8, 57): Trojans are just 6-10 ATS in last 16 meetings with the Cardinal, yet, somewhat unsurprisingly the public continues to back USC. Seventy-five percent of the action was on USC at Bovada.
10:10 a.m.: From Bovada: Sharps are on SMU, driving down the line from A&M -13 to -11. But the public continues to bet the Aggies.
10 a.m.: The Wake Forest-Florida State line had been one of this week's biggest movers. The Seminoles opened as 25-point favorites, but had been steadily bet up to a peak of -28. Four touchdowns was the magic number, though. As money came back in on the Demon Deacons to drop the number to -27'.