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2010 BCS Standings Week 10 and Latest Odds To Win Championship

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/02/2010
2010 BCS Standings Week 10

The latest 2010 BCS Standings are in for Week 10 and Gambling911.com has accompanied each of these standings with the latest odds to win the 2011 BCS Championship

1.  Oregon was closing in on becoming an even favorite to win the 2011 BCS Championship.  For now, they would pay out $140 for every $100 bet or $14 for every $10 bet.

2.  Auburn still had great odds of winning the championship:  3/1.

3   TCU was listed with 7/1, great value for a team ranking number 3 in the 2010 BCS Standings. 

4   Boise State was listed at +450 for a payout of $450 for every $100 bet should they win the 2011 BCS Championship. 

5   Utah finally had odds posted on the BetUS.com website.  They would pay out $2500.

6   Alabama, last year’s champions, had the second shortest odds after Oregon.  They would pay out $250 for every $100 bet. 

7   Nebraska would pay out $2500.

8   Oklahoma         would pay out $5000.

9   Wisconsin, should they win the 2011 BCS Championship, would pay an incredible $10,000 for every $100 bet.

10  LSU would likewise pay out $10,000.

A few more odds were available for top contenders among the BCS Standings.

Ohio State would pay out $5000 for every $100 bet.  They were in the 11th spot with an 8-1 record.  Don’t count the Buckeyes out just yet.

Stanford, at #13, would pay out $5000 for every $100 bet.  They had a 7-1 record.

19th ranked South Carolina had odds of 100/1 and a record of 6-2.  Number 22 ranked Virginia Tech at 6-2 also had odds of 100/1. 

There were no odds currently being offered on #11 Missouri, #14 Michigan State or #15 Arizona.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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