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NCAA Week 13 College Football Odds & Betting Preview

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Our man The Wiesguy has been deep in study and will provide his take and 2010 College Football Predictions all season long for the 2010/11 college football betting season.


Week 13:   College Football Line Preview

Turkey Day symbolizes the end of the regular season for a lot of college football teams.  This week the traditional matchup of Auburn and Alabama will garner the most attention with Auburn entering with a top ranking and a Heisman candidate.  Despite that the Tigers are a 4 point underdog, making them a very strong play in my opinion.

Alabama is still a very good team but has looked a little listless at times this season losing twice already and escaping with a close call against Arkansas.


Speaking of the Razorbacks, a win against LSU and and an Auburn win just might be enough to sneak an at large BCS bid.  Looking at how things are finishing up this week it is easy to see why the SEC is considered the toughest conference in America.

Texas A&M vs. Texas (+3) – The Aggies haven’t been favoured in this Thanksgiving classic in a long time and it is still surprising to see them get the nod as the short fave at Texas.  There haven been some ugly ones in this series for A&M fans but they won outright against their rivals in 06 and 07 and are 4-1 ATS over the last five years.  Still I think it will take a strong stomach on Thanksgiving to back A&M.

West Virginia vs. Pittsburgh (-2.5) – Even though both teams are having seasons below their expectations this is still an important game in determining the Big East champ…and these teams hate each other.  They don’t call it the Backyard Brawl for nothing.  The key will be RBs Lewis and Devine.  Whoever is better will lead his team to victory so which defense do you think will hold up?  I like WVU here as road teams tend to come in a little looser in these ones.

SMU vs. East Carolina (+1.5) – There should be plenty of offense in this one even if it doesn’t wind up having any bearing on the Conference USA Championship.  I am surprised to see SMU as the favourite early in the week, especially given that they are on the road where they are 2-3 on the season.  Expect a back and forth battle.  I like the Pirates.

Auburn vs. Alabama (-4) – I suppose the Crimson Tide deserve this amount of respect even though they are hosting the nation’s top ranked team with a likely Heisman winner.  They are certainly not going to be intimidated or roll over for their biggest rivals.  I think as long as this line stays where it is you have to play the Tigers.  When else are you going to get to back the top team in the nation while getting points.

Boise State vs. Nevada (-14)  – I really want this to be a quality game for Boise’s sake.  I think Nevada can score against the Broncos but the way they clobbered Fresno State was impressive.  I think Boise needs to sweat a little bit to get everyone’s attention and prove the WAC isn’t horrible.  Nevada is a pretty good team so I hope they show it.  If this creeps above -14 I will back the Wolf Pack.

Florida vs. Florida State (-2.5) – This should be one of the better games of the day as each team wants a signature victory to close the season.  FSU needs a NC State loss to earn a birth in the ACC Championship game so even a loss here might not matter even though it would feel so good to beat the Gators.  I think this is their year so they better take advantage of it.

South Carolina vs. Clemson (+3) – The Gamecocks have already punched their ticket for the SEC Championship and since they have no real BCS aspirations this week’s battle against their instate rivals doesn’t mean much beyond the Palmetto State.  I think there is a bit of a letdown here for SC which will be on the road after clobbering Troy.  They also are likely to play it a little bit close to the vest instead of going all out to not tip their hand for SEC Championship.

Michigan State vs. Penn State (+1.5) – Using the spread as a measuring stick the Spartans have the hardest path to the three way tie at the top of the Big Ten conference.  It is never easy to win in Happy Valley but the way PSU is having trouble at the QB spot it is hard to see how they are going to beat Michigan State if they are properly focused.  The Spartans have been both lucky and good this year and neither will run out just yet.

LSU vs. Arkansas (-3.5) – LSU is still harbouring notions of playing in the Championship but I just don’t see it.  Mainly because I don’t see them leaving Arkansas without an additional loss.  It will be a battle of great offense vs. great defense and I think in this case the former will be on top at.  I don’t like the spread here though.  It needs to come down a point for me to hop on the hogs who will win with Mallett leading a decisive final drive.

College Football Poll –  Top Ten Rankings

1. Oregon
2. Auburn
3. TCU
4. Boise State
5. LSU
6. Stanford
7. Wisconsin
8. Ohio State
9. Oklahoma State
10. Michigan State

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About The Wiesguy

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.