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2010 Week 8 College Football Rankings: BCS Championship Odds

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/17/2010
2010 Week 8 College Football Rankings

Gambling911.com now has your 2010 Week 8 College Football Rankings and the most recent 2011 BCS Championship odds, which will be updated at BetUS.com on Monday.

Number one is Oregon, which this week becomes the 43rd team to hold the No. 1 ranking in the AP media poll that has dated back to 1936.  The Ducks had an off week, however, number one Ohio State lost to Wisconsin on Saturday.  Oregon was the 2nd rated team last week. 

Boise State moves up a notch to the number two spot in Gambling911.com’s 2010 Week 8 College Football Rankings.

Ohio State drops all the way to number 10 while Wisconsin comes in at number 11.

USA Today’s poll had Wisconsin in the number 10 spot and that was the only variance from the AP Top 10.

Let’s review the 2011 BCS Odds as they appeared last week with the forecast odds (Be sure to come back to this page for the latest updated BCS Championship odds to be published here):

# Oregon – Last Week 5/1 – Now +250 or just shy of 3/1

# Boise State – 6/1 odds (expected to be 5/1 odds) - Now +450 or just shy of 5/1

# Oklahoma – 8/1 odds (expected to be 6/1 odds) – Now 3/1

# TCU – 8/1 odds (expected to be 7/1 odds) - Now 8/1 odds

# Auburn – 12/1 odds (forecast odds 10/1) - Now 7/1 odds

# LSU – 15/1 odds (forecast odds 12/1) - Now 20/1 odds

# Alabama – 8/1 odds (forecast odds 8/1) - The current odds are back to +350

# Michigan State – Odds not available at this time - Not Currently Being Offered at BetUS.com

# Utah – Odds now available at this time - Not Currently Being Offered at BetUS.com

# Ohio State – 3/1 odds (expected odds not immediately available) - Would Pay Out $5000 on a $100 bet

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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