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2010 Week 7 College Football Predictions

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Oct/16/2010
2010 Week 7 College Football Predictions

Carrie Stroup here for Gambling911.com with my 2010 Week 7 College Football picks where I determine which teams are getting the most action and go against the public on key games.  All odds are courtesy of Sportsbook.com, which is currently giving away up to $250 in cash when you join today.  Get details here.

Last week I did manage to go 3-1, all with underdog picks including South Carolina’s upset of Alabama.  We lost only with a narrowly missed cover by Texas A&M.

My first pick is on Wisconsin at +4.  Not only does Wisconsin have a solid record at home, they are also getting a mere 15 percent of the action in this game.  The books will get clobbered if Ohio State wins. 

Next we see that Iowa at -3 ½ is getting huge public action vs. Michigan as the away favorite, nearly 90 percent of the action in fact.  I’m going with Michigan here at +3 ½

We also see that Michigan State is the third biggest bet in Week 7 College Football and is getting around 80 percent of the action in this early game.  Liking Illinois on the road here at +7.

So there you have it, my 2010 Week 7 College Football predictions.  Good luck to everyone.  – Carrie Stroup xoxoxoxo

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