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2010 Week 6 College Football Rankings, BCS Odds

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/03/2010
2010 Week 6 College Football Rankings,

 

Here are your 2010 Week 6 College Football Rankings courtesy of Gambling911.com.  These rankings are based on the soon-to-be-released BCS odds, which can be bet at BetUS.com starting Monday.  These are preliminary odds and could vary slightly from those that will be available at BetUS.com.
 

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There is not a whole lot of differential between these 2010 Week 6 College Football Rankings and the AP Top 10, though there are a few noticeable differences.

Boise State has shorter odds to win the BCS than Oregon, which is ranked one higher by the Associated Press.

Iowa is ranked in our Top 10 with 20/1 odds to win the 2011 BCS Championship.  They are ranked 15 by the AP.

Utah is ranked number 10 by the Associated Press, but have preliminary odds of 100/1 to win the 2011 BCS.  Those odds keep Utah far out of the Gambling911.com 2010 Week 6 College Football Rankings.

*1 - Alabama +250 (pays $25 on a $10 bet)

*2 – Ohio State 5/1 or +500 (pays $50)

*3 – Boise State +650 (pays $65)

*4 – Oregon 8/1 or +800 (pays $80)

*5 – TCU 12/1 (pays $120 for every $10 bet)

*6 – Oklahoma 12/1 (pays $120)

*7 – Nebraska 12/1 (pays $120)

*8 - Auburn 20/1 (pays $200 on every $10 bet)

*9 – Arizona 20/1 (pays $200)

*10 – Iowa 20/1 (pays $200)

Again, the updated BCS odds, for which these 2010 Week 6 College Football Rankings are based, will be available Monday.  Dan Shapiro reporting for Gambling911.com.

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