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2010 Week 6 College Football Lines

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/04/2010
2010 Week 6 College Football Lines

The 2010 Week 6 College Football lines are now available online.  SBG Global was offering lines on most of the games with all odds subject to change during the course of this week.  The current lines can be locked in here.

Gambling911.com is highlighting all the key Week 6 College Football games below.

Nebraska vs. Kansas State – This is a Thursday night game, which features number 7 ranked Nebraska squaring off against 4-0 Kansas State.  Nebraska, we should note, is also undefeated coming into this game.  The line was set at Cornhuskers -12.  Online bookmakers were anticipating significant action on this game.

Indiana vs. Ohio State – Over the past weekend, the team getting the most betting action was none other than Ohio State, on both the spread and money line (even at -900).  The Buckeyes failed to cover the spread.  Here they host Indiana as a -22 ½ favorite. If last week is any indication, gamblers are willing to lay big bucks on Ohio State regardless of the steep price.  That being said, early action was substantial on Indiana.

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M – In just a matter of hours the line had fallen from Arkansas -8 ½ as the road favorite to -7 at SBG Global. 

Michigan vs. Michigan State – Two ranked teams.  This should be a good game for sure.  SBG was one of the first books to list Michigan State as a -4 point favorite after opening at -5.

Pittsburgh vs. Notre Dame – SBG Global was holding at Notre Dame -5 ½.  A few books were moving the line up a half point to -6.  That’s likely to be the trend as 85 percent of the betting action was coming in on Notre Dame.

Clemson vs. North Carolina – The line on this game was North Carolina -2.  Both teams coming into this one at .500.

LSU vs. Florida – One of the most anticipated games of the weekend, SBG Global was still holding at Florida -7 while most of the online betting sites were moving the line down a half point.  Trending details on this game were not immediately available to Gambling911.com at press time.

Florida State vs. Miami (FL) – Both top 25 ranked teams, thus far this is among the more steady of the 2010 Week 6 College Football lines, opening at Miami -6 ½ with no movement. 

USC vs. Stanford – The line here was Stanford -8 after opening at -7 ½ and the trending seems to be for an upward line movement as Gambling911.com is seeing a -8 ½ already posted.  Stanford was getting heavy 90 percent plus one-sided action early on and this could turn out to be among the more fluid Week 6 College Football betting lines.  Don Shapiro reporting for Gambling911.com.

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