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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.


Definitely some big games this week but not all are the ones we expected.  Put your hand up if you thought Stanford-Oregon was going to be bigger than the Red River Rivalry.  Even Alabama-Florida looks like it could be a rout while Texas A&M vs Oklahoma State on Thursday night just might be the most entertaining contest of the year – assuming you like offensive football. Also, finally some meaningful games in the Big Ten – no more picking on the MAC…Enjoy.

Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma State (-3.5)

An exciting matchup to kick off a week with some very good games.  There should be a ton of points scored and whoever has the ball last should have a chance to win it.  It will be interesting to see how this moves over the next few days.  I would love to shave that half point off and grab the Cowboys.


Miami vs. Clemson (+3)

The Hurricanes were very impressive last week on the road and will need to be again to beat a pretty good Clemson squad that almost upset Auburn a couple of weeks ago.  I think similar to last week, that if you like the Canes you should grab them as soon as possible.

Virginia Tech vs. NC State (+3.5)

Va Tech shutout BC last week in Chestnut Hill and are on the road again visiting the ACC’s biggest surprise team.  The Wolfpack have all the momentum off their win over Georgia Tech but can they handle increased expectations?  Meanwhile VT is showing they might be the best team in history to lose to an FCS squad.  My early lean is on the Hokies.

Navy vs. Air Force (-10)

Winner of this should garner the Commander in Chief trophy (Navy has won 5 in a row) and Air Force is a healthy favourite.  It will all come down to execution as both teams are familiar with the option running schemes the other employs.  An interesting O/U would be the number of passes thrown in the contest (How about 15.5?).  Whoever throws the most loses.

Wisconsin vs. Michigan State (+1)

Time to start eliminating contenders in the Big Ten.  This would be a huge win for MSU, despite the small spread, as it would shake up the pecking order a little.  The Spartans won two years ago at home by a point.  If you like MSU then wait, the spread is already starting to rise.  You might get +3 by game time.

Texas vs. Oklahoma (-4)

This game has a weird feel with Texas getting spanked by UCLA last week and OU not being all that impressive thus far.  OU must seize the opportunity against the wounded Longhorns.  They have the offense to make this one a laugher if they can get a complete effort.  What is wrong with Texas?

Stanford vs. Oregon (-7)

This wasn’t supposed to be the Game of the Week but it is as far as I am concerned.  Two top ten teams, who are playing great, battling with the winner getting an early lead in PAC 10 standings.  This will be a great measure for Stanford as Oregon has just been killing teams.  If the Cardinala weather the first wave we should have a ball game.  Stanford won last year giving Oregon their only loss in the conference.  The Ducks had won 7 straight prior and want revenge.

Notre Dame vs. Boston College (+3)

I am shocked that ND is getting this much respect but I didn’t see the Eagles last week…just the score.  Last year ND barely won at home and this year’s BC team is supposed to be better.  BC shutout ND on their last visit to Chestnut Hill.  That might be a tall order to duplicate but you can bet that after being shutout last week they will be mighty angry.  Stong early lean to BC here.

Penn State vs. Iowa (-7.5)

Lot of people are calling for the upset here but I just don’t see it.  PSU did not look all that strong against Temple and Iowa already had their hiccup against Arizona.  I am likely to stay away from this one at the current number but will watch closely and hope it drops below the magic number.

Florida vs. Alabama (-9.5)

Expected to be a SEC Championship grudge match this now looks like an easy victory for Bama.  They have looked better each week while Florida seems to have lots to sort out.  Talent wise they are not far apart but production this season has been hugely differnt.  Alabama might be the one team who could afford a loss and still make the BCS championship game this year but that is not likely to happen this week.

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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.