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NCAA Football Week 10 Odds and Picks for Online Bookies

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Nov/03/2016

NCAA Week 10 has its fair share of great games. See below for the games that pay per head agents must keep in mind in NCAA Football Week 10.

UCLA +13 at 20 Colorado -13

Football handicappers are taking the points on the Bruins. 58% believe that UCLA will cover the spread in this matchup, and that 58% took the 11.5 points.

They didn’t wait for the 13 points.

So many wagers from casual bettors have flown onto the Colorado Buffalos that the Buffs have gone from -11, the line set this past Monday, to -13 this past Wednesday.

There are two tools on PayPerHead.com that bookies and pay per head agents should be aware of in regards to this game.

First, depending on your business, there’s a good chance a large bet will be placed on UCLA to cover at +13.

Second, there might also be a large bet on UCLA to beat Colorado straight up on the moneyline.

To mitigate risk, bookmakers should sign up for a layoff account via PayPerHead.com should they receive a large bet on UCLA.

In any case, utilize the Schedule Override Limit to cut off moneyline wagering on the Bruins all together unless the line goes back down to Colorado -11 or less.

1 Alabama -8.5 at 14 LSU +8.5

This should be this College Football Week 10’s 50/50 split game. But, so far, it’s not looking like it. 63% are all over Alabama. Only 37% are all over LSU.

The problem for sharps is that Alabama has gone 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games. LSU has gone 3-0 ATS since Ed Orgeron took over as coach.

Eddie Jackson is out for the Alabama Crimson Tide. What it means is that there is a chance LSU starts attracting bets at +8.5.

 LSU’s defense allowed Ole Miss to score only 21 points in a 38 to 21 road win in the Tigers’ last. It was a brilliant defensive performance.

If for some reason all the money continues to flow onto the Tide, pay per head football betting agents should sign up for a layoff account.

LSU has a chance of upsetting the Crimson Tide straight up in this game, much less cover the 8.5- point spread.

10 Nebraska +17 at 6 Ohio State -17

So far the dollars are flowing to the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Over 60% of football handicappers believe that Nebraska is a good bet at +17.

I don’t believe that bookmakers and per head agents should worry so much about that.

Ohio State is no doubt going to garner enough wagers from casual bettors to almost even out the wagering.

But every bookmaker’s business is different.

Every agent must work with his or her specific players. In that sense, having a layoff account is a huge plus.

PayPerHead.com’s premium software is 50% off for a limited time.

Online bookies should take advantage of this promotion and have all the premium features they need to bring in the big bucks. They can learn more about it here.

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