Opening Lines: Stanford vs. Washington

All three of this week’s games between two ranked opponents feature conference rivals, which always adds intrigue even when a large spread suggests otherwise. Last week, three undefeated teams fell; will any more join their ranks this week?


LSU vs Tennessee odds preview

The Tennessee Volunteers hope to be the first team to slow down the red-hot LSU Tigers at home this Saturday.

Historically, these two teams have played close, as they are split 2-2-3 ATS over their last seven games with six of those games being decided by eight points or less.

LSU’s Spencer Ware rushed for two touchdowns and 109 yards in LSU’s blowout win over Florida last week. They remain the nation's top-rated team and 73% of voters are backing the Tigers in the consensus betting numbers here at


Gators road chalk at Auburn

The Florida Gators will try to get their season back on track this week on the road against the Auburn Tigers after two straight blowout losses to Alabama and LSU.

Auburn has given Florida trouble recently, going 3-1 SU and 4-0 ATS against them in their last four meetings.

Michael Dyer rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown in Auburn’s loss to Arkansas last week. It's a clash of two recent national champions in the tough SEC betting schedule.

View Florida vs Auburn Odds and Stats.


Texas vs Oklahoma State Preview

The Oklahoma State Cowboys will try to remain undefeated this week by going into Texas and beating the Longhorns.

Texas had won 12 straight games against Oklahoma State before the Cowboys beat the Longhorns 33-16 last season. And the Longhorns continue to be a disaster for bettors - they are now 6-14 ATS in their past 20 games overall.

Brandon Weeden threw for 288 yards and five touchdowns in the first half last week against Kansas.

View Oklahoma State vs Texas Odds and Stats.


Saturday Setup: NCAAF Suspensions

Suspensions are a big part of the college football landscape, and staying on top of who is out and who is in can help give you a handicapping edge.

Here’s a look at some important suspension news heading into Saturday, as well some other interesting betting angles to consider.

Ole Miss suspends four players


Warriors Favored vs San Jose St

The San Jose State Spartans host the Hawaii Warriors in this week’s Friday night game.

While the Spartans are just 2-4 SU, they are 4-1 ATS in their last five games since losing big to Stanford in their season opener.


NCAAF Line Moves: LSU bigger favorite

Generally speaking, the biggest line movements on the college football card tend to come from games in non-BCS conferences. That’s what makes this week’s line movements so interesting; four games featuring BCS conference foes have had line movements of over four points.

Here’s a look at those four games which had the most severe line movements in Week 7.

BYU @ Oregon State (from +2.0 to -3.0 at Bovada)


Spartans vs Wolverines Preview

The Michigan Wolverines will face their toughest test yet on the road this week against the in-state rival Michigan State Spartans.

Michigan State has given Michigan plenty of trouble lately, winning all three of their last three meetings both SU and ATS.

Denard Robinson racked up 454 yards of total offense and four touchdowns to top Northwestern last week despite three interceptions.

View Michigan vs Michigan State Odds and Stats.


USC Favored at Cal Thursday

The USC Trojans will look to continue their recent dominance over the California Golden Bears this Thursday night.

USC has won seven straight games against Cal, and is 5-2 ATS over that span.

Wide receiver Robert Woods continued his assault on the USC record books in the Trojans' last game against Arizona, catching 14 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns.

View Southern Cal vs California Odds and Stats.


Sun Devils open as underdog vs Ducks

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Arizona State Sun Devils vs Oregon Ducks Odds


The Arizona State Sun Devils will try to break their cold streak against the Oregon Ducks this Saturday in Eugene.

Oregon is 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS in their last six contests against the Sun Devils, who are just 3-8 SU in their last 11 games on the road.

LaMichael James rushed for 239 yards before injuring his elbow last Thursday against Cal.



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