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NCAA Week 2 College Football Odds & Betting Preview

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Week 2:  College Football Lines

Week one went by pretty quickly with the only real drama provided on Monday night (unless you are an Ole miss fan).  Is Boise State the team of destiny this year?  Maybe but they better not get too caught up in their headlines because Oregon State is on their schedule and their game against TCU taught us they are not to be taken lightly – after that BSU is on easy street.

The Week 2 sched has lots of intriguing matchups, some will affect the BCS (Miami/Ohio State) while others are are status games (Michigan/Notre Dame).

There is lots to cover to lets get started.  (Home teams lines in Parethesis, odds courtesy of BetUS)


Auburn @ Mississippi State (+2)

Both teams looked pretty sharp in debuts against lacklustre competition.  Auburn QB Cameron Newton was a statistical monster last week and has a little extra incentive as we was recruited by MSU coach Dan Mullen at Florida.  Auburn is the better overall team and I like having only to give up a couple of points on the road.  I would be surprised if this doesn’t move throughout the week.  Might want to lock into Auburn now.

Georgia @ South Carolina (-2.5)

Huge game for the second week of the season in the SEC.  Winner has a great chance to take SEC East and the Gamecocks have the advantage of being at home.  Key for Georgia is getting back to full strength as several key players were out last week.  Can we trust South Carolina to deliver on potential?  They have let us all down in the past… a lot.

South Florida @ Florida (-17)

I think it is safe to say that Florida was the least impressive top team from week 1.  They couldn’t even get QB exchange right against Miami (Ohio).  South Florida is better than last week’s opponent with an improving QB (BJ Daniels) and a coach (Skip Holtz) used to completing upsets.  Can Florida get in gear and win by 30+ or will it be another nail-biter (relative)?

Michigan @ Notre Dame (-4)

Tons of interest for a game that will decide neither a conference or BCS championship.  Which team is closer to being back?  Based on what I saw it is Big Blue.  If Denard Robinson is allowed to run anywhere close to as much as last week the Wolverines will pick up the sweet road victory and make some coin.  I see this one coming down towards kickoff.

Iowa State @ Iowa (-13.5)

I am not expecting an upset here but this is an interesting match in that it is a rivalry game so early in the season.  Iowa State was pretty impressive in the opening week in defeating Northern Illinois.  Most including me were calling for the upset but the Cyclones were solid with a 27-10 victory.  The Hawkeyes were untested in week 1.  This is a good tuneup for them before the Big Ten schedule kicksoff.

Florida State @ Oklahoma (-9.5)

FSU impressed in the opener and the Sooners didn’t.  Still it might be asking a lot for the Seminoles to storm Norman and come up with a victory.  I am not sold on their running game yet and think they will find it a little tougher against OU.  The Sooners got their one bad one out of the way and should prove why they are top 10 material starting this week.

Miami @ Ohio State (-9.5)

This should be the game of the week and I am surprised the spread is so large to start.  Week 1 taught us little here as both teams rolled meagre competition but I think Miami is ready to compete at the elite level and won’t be intimidated by visiting The Horseshoe.  This is an afternoon game instead of evening showcase which will dial it down a bit as well.  Final possession winner here with Miami covering…maybe more.

BYU @ Air Force (+1)

If a team can emerge from the MWC undefeated it will be in the BCS debate.  These are options 3 and 4 and it is rare that they are meeting so early in the schedule.  Love the style contrast here too as BYU will air it out while the Falcons chew up yardage on the ground.  Don’t sleep on Air Force in this one just because they haven’t beat BYU in a while.

Penn State @ Alabama (-11)

Penn State frosh QB Robert Bolden looked good in the opener but other than that not much was learned about these teams.  Alabama minus Ingram is still darn good but Paterno et al at Penn State will make them earn this one.  I think this one could be a bit of a shootout and Bama definitely has more weapons.  Might be something like 45-30.  An easy win for Bama either way.

NC State @ Central Florida (-3.5)

One of the more interesting matchups this week (I didn’t say best).  NC State is trying to re-establish themselves in the ACC while Central Florida is a contender in C-USA.  Who ever wins is 1/3 of the way to bowl with a pretty decent notch on their belt.  UCF is all about D while Wolfpack QB Russell Wilson will try and solve it.  A field goal could mean a lot here so watch that spread.

Stanford @ UCLA (+6.5)

First intra-conference action in the PAC 10.  UCLA just seems to have bad luck lately while everything is appearing to go Stanford’s way.  Still I don’t see the Cardinal waltzing into L.A. to lay a beatdown.  To me a FG seems much more reasonable as UCLA needs to come back after last week;s loss or else the season will have gotten away pretty quickly.

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The Wiesguy is a newcomer to the handicapping scene. Hailing from Toronto, Canada he is always sweet on the underdogs and you can often find his thoughts, musings and picks at moneydogs.blogspot.com.