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NCAA Week 14 College Football Odds & Betting Preview

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Week 14 of the 2010 CFB Season is here. Welcome to the CappersPicks.com college football weekly predictions pages! We KNOW you will find our FREE weekly college football picks, tips, betting advice, strategies, CFB gambling articles and more to help you become the best College football bettor on your block!!

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.


College Football Line Preview:  Championship Week

I guess in the future there are going to be fewer and fewer regular season finales this week.  Sure it will give more heft to Championship Week but it is kind of nice when these regular season rivalries play out on the last week before the bowls.  Lots of interesting games this week but the focus has to be on the SEC and the state of Oregon this week.  It looks like the Ducks may punch their ticket for the Big Game unchallenged but I wouldn’t count out the Beavers from an ATS perspective.  Meanwhile the Georgia Dome will be the place where assumptions are confirmed (Auburn beats South Carolina, again) or all hell breaks loose (Tigers lose and TCU gets it shot).  I wonder how many cameras are going to be pointed at Forth Worth a la Selection Sunday.  Upsets seem unlikely but all we have to do is rewind to Boise State-Nevada to see what is possible.


Arizona State vs. Arizona (-6) – Sadly for Wildcats fans a season of promise is ending on a sour note.  How sour will depend on whether they can rally a sufficient effort to beat the Sun Devils.  One piece of motivation may be keeping them in Tempe for the holidays as they are still a win short of bowl eligibility.  Arizona has won the last two contests which is only going to have ASU that much more fired up for this spotlight game on Thursday night.  I think the Wildcats are going to remind the public why they were so highly thought of earlier in the season.  Play on Arizona.

SMU vs. Central Florida (-9) – UCF is no surprise here but I am willing to bet they thought they would be playing a different team from Texas if you asked them at the beginning of the year.  The two teams kickoff Championship Saturday and present an interesting contrast in styles.  UCF has never lost to SMU winning in 2007 and 2008 and with the line at -9 the oddsmakers are not expecting a close contest, neither am I.  UCF has a very strong defense and their offense caught fire at the midway point of the season.  Too much for the Mustangs to overcome.

Oregon vs. Oregon State (+15) – Time for the Civil War and the stakes have never been higher.  Sure Oregon should cruise but I have a hunch that the Beavers are not nearly as bad as they have been playing this season and might put a scare in the Ducks for at least a little bit.  the hard part with Oregon is that they are just so fast that any mistake and their gone.  The Beavers have some serious revenge after a couple of losses to the Ducks prevented them from going to the Rose Bowl.  Now they have a chance to send Oregon there instead of to the national championship game.  That extra juice makes me want to lean to OSU but I think I am going to wait and see what the number is at game time.

Auburn vs. South Carolina (+5) Hopefully the Tigers are not going to have a letdown after their monumental comeback against Alabama.  The Gamecocks were sharp against Clemson last week and are looking to avenge an earlier loss to Auburn.  In that game the couldn’t slow down Cam Newton who rushed for 176 yards with three TDs.  If he they do not have an answer for this time they will lose again.  Auburn has had many close calls this season which is the only reason I have not jumped on this line yet.  They have a pair of 3 point victories in addition to last week’s 1 pointer.  They don’t always clobber opponents but always win so be wary.

Florida State vs. Virginia Tech (-4) – The Noles were impressive in beating the Gators last week but they are playing here because NC State couldn’t get it done.  Now they get to face one of the hottest teams in the country.  Still FSU has only lost once to Va Tech in nine tries, that was in 2008, but most of those games were at the height of Seminole dominance.  The key is going to be defense.  VT has one of the better ground attacks in the country.  If FSU can slow it down and make Tyrod Taylor beat them then this will be a very good game.  My gut says back the Hokies.

Nebraska vs. Oklahoma (-4) That game last week truly was Bedlam.  I feel sorry for the Cowboys, they just can’s beat their big brother when it matters most.  For this one you have to like the Sooners.  Their offense is humming smoothly right now and they can also tack on some revenge for a loss to Nebraska last year and their rival leaving the conference.  After starting strong the NU offense has been sputtering and I think it will be hard to keep up with and Oklahoma attack that just keeps coming at you.  You might want to bet this one now if you are on the Sooners.  I think the number will rise throughout the week.

USC vs. UCLA (+8) As a Trojan fan I was very disappointed to see the end of last week’s game against ND.  As the spread indicates few think that they are going to lose a second rivalry game in a row just down the road…especially against a Bruin team with little to play for.  QB Matt Barkley is questionable for this one.  If he plays then the Trojans should be good up to 10 points without him a 7 spot seems more than fair.  We will have to watch this during the week.  Its the last game of the day on Saturday so there is plenty of time.

College Football Poll –  Top Ten Rankings

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

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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.