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College Football Betting Updates: Week 6 2012 Season

Welcome to your Saturday morning headquarters for two hours worth of live college football betting updates from online sportsbooks, line movements and key trends.


We'll be focusing on the early games in an effort to get your Saturday started off on the right foot, while also mixing in a few nuggets about today's huge showdowns between Alabama and LSU, and Oregon and USC.


Good luck!


Live college football odds, totals and moneylines from more than a dozen online books, including 5Dimes, Bovada, Sportsbook.ag, TopBet, and BetOnline.


11:55 a.m.: Oklahoma leading rusher Damien Williams' injured ankle is heavily taped, but the Sooner running back is expected to play this afternoon against Iowa State. How much he plays and how effective he will be is undetermined.


11:45 a.m.: The Detroit News is reporting that Michigan QB Denard Robinson was warming up with a padded sleeve on his injured throwing arm before today's noon kickoff at Minnesota.


11: 40 a.m.: Oregon is 14-6 and 11-9 against the spread in its last 20 games on grass. List of games: https://www.oddsshark.com/Stats/DBHeadToHead/Football/NCAAF/125/20/Any/0/G/0


11:30 a.m.: Michigan (-10.5, 46.5) at Minnesota: Wolverines have won 12 of 13 in this series, going 9-4 against the spread in those games.


11:15 a.m.: Vanderbilt (-6.5, 46) at Kentucky: Wildcats are 12-4 straight up and 11-5 against the spread in last 15 meetings.


11 a.m.: From Sportsbook.ag: Oregon will be biggest decision of the day. The Ducks opened -7.5 and were up to -8.5, with 89 percent of the money on Oregon.


Alabama had been bet down from -9.5 to -8.5, but 72 percent of the money was on the Tide vs. LSU. Another big decision at Sportsbook.ag is Oklahoma State-Kansas State with 90 percent of the money on the Wildcats.


10:55 a.m.: From Bovada: Alabama has dropped from -10 to -8.5, "but 60 percent of the overall money is on the Crimson Tide."

Last 17 LSU-Alabama games with spread and over/under results.


10:45 a.m.: The Texas A&M at Mississippi State game featured one of the biggest line movements of the day. A&M opened as low as a 2-point favorite, but was giving 7 as of Saturday morning. The Aggies are 3-10 ATS in their last 10 vs. SEC competition.


10:35 a.m.: Oklahoma is 16-6 ATS coming off a loss since 2002.


10:25 a.m.: @ Tennessee (-18.5, 69): Troy is 1-14 SU but 10-5 ATS in last 15 vs. SEC.


10:15 a.m.: Temple @ Louisville (-16, 51.5): Raining right now, but is expected to stop by noon kickoff. 


10:10 a.m. Air Force (-7.5, 60) at Army: Falcons are 12-5 ATS in last 17 meetings against Army.


10 a.m.: Oklahoma (-12, 52) @ Iowa St: #Sooners' leading rusher Damien Williams questionable, missed practice w/ ankle.