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Week 4:   College Football Lines

Last week there weren’t any “monster games”.  The only ones that taught us a thing or two was Arkansas over Georgia and Arizona over Iowa (called it).  This week there are lots of juicy conference contests and we will learn which teams have been getting fat on bad competition and which ones are actually good. 

I am looking at you NC State, beating Cincinnati isn’t what it used to be.

Miami vs. Pittsburgh (+3.5)

In a rare coincidence both of these teams were off last week so they should be primed for a hard hitting contest.  Home team Panthers will be missing pass rushing phenom Romeus while Hurricanes need to keep the ball to themselves instead of sharing with the other team.  On the road I like the Canes…you might want to grab them early before the line shifts.

Viginia Tech vs. Boston College (+4)

Va Tech announced that they are still interested in playing this season by dominating East Carolina.  Meanwhile BC is unbeaten (not really challenged) and hoping to ride a stout D and strong running game to success as an underdog in the ACC.  These teams have played 5 times over the last three seasons.  The last two in Boston the Eagles won and covered.


NC State vs Georgia Tech (-8)

The Wolfpack’s trio of wins have been increasingly impressive but this will be a stern test for QB Russell Wilson and company.  GT got their triple option mojo back this week and when it it is rumbling they are truly the Wrambling Wreck.  Wilson will try to keep up but it will be tough.  Watch out for the backdoor cover here.

Temple At Penn State (-16.5)

Temple is 3-0 and should not be completely discounted against Penn State.  They play within their limits and anything is possible when facing a freshman QB.  Last year PSU won 31-6, I expect that it will be closer than that this time.

Alabama vs. Arkansas (+7)

Anytime you play the top team in the nation you have a chance to make a statement.  If Arkansas wins this week they can join the shortlist of teams in the running for the BCS.  Ryan Mallett won’t be able to take off a quarter like he did against Georgia last week.  I am curious to see how this line will move throughout the week.  Bama shredded the Razorbacks 49-14 at Arkansas two years ago.

Stanford vs. Notre Dame (+4.5)

Is Notre Dame getting too much respect for beating Purdue on opening weekend?  They have lost back to back games against Michigan and Michigan State and now have to play a team that is probably better than both of them.  If this drops to a FG I will definitely pounce.  Stanford has been killing teams all season

Nevada vs. BYU (+4)

I am so proud of the Wolf Pack.  I picked them for the straight up upset last Friday and they came through against Cal.  After Denard Robinson there might not be a more dangerous player in the nation than Colin Kaepernick.  I was hoping for BYU to show up last week so I could scoop Nevada again at a great price this week, instead they crapped out again.  If you can still get Nevada at -4 grab them.

Georgia vs. Mississippi State (-1.5)

How far will Georgia fall?  They are already 0-2 in the SEC and playing spoiler at this point but if they lose to MSU there will be a revolt.  This battle of the Bulldogs seems like it could go either way.  If you have a side you like go for it now

South Carolina vs. Auburn (-2.5)

A couple of undefeated SEC teams looking to contend for division titles.  I was really impressed with Cam Newton when I saw him earlier and this the exactly kind of game Spurrier hasn’t won at South Carolina.  While this is still below a FG Auburn is the definite play at home.  They have a great shot at being undefeated and facing Alabama the last week of the season.

Oregon State vs.. Boise State (-17.5)

For Boise’s sake I hope they don’t sleep on the Beavers.  Oregon State hung tough against TCU and they have another chance to play giant killer here.  The Beavers always improve as the season goes so here’s hoping they have learned something from last week’s ugly win over Louisville.  I will be taking the points.

California vs. Arizona (-7)

Two teams with total opposite performances last week.  Nevada creamed Cal while Arizona stunned Iowa.  Both have yet to play a conference game yet.  Arizona has won and covered in the last two matchups in the desert, both as underdogs.  How will they do as the favourite and with new found expectations.

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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.