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2010 Week 7 College Football Spreads

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Oct/11/2010
2010 Week 7 College Football Spreads

BetED.com has just published its 2010 Week 7 College Football spreads.  Gambling911.com analyzes some key game spreads below.

Ohio State vs. Wisconsin – This should be one of the most bet on games of Week 7 and we are fairly certain there will be plenty of lopsided action going the Buckeyes way.  Ohio state replaces Alabama as the number one ranked team in College Football.  Wisconsin was a +4 point underdog after the line initially opened at +5 ½. 

Of all the 2010 Week 7 College Football spreads, none were larger than Boise State on the road against San Jose State at -39 ½.  Boise State is widely expected to rank atop the BCS Standings when those rankings are released in the coming days.

Texas vs. Nebraska featured a spread of Cornhuskers -9 ½ at BetED.com.  Nebraska is ranked #6 while Texas comes in a disappointing 3-2.

Arkansas vs. Auburn promises to be an outstanding game between two ranked teams.  Number 12 Arkansas is 3-1 coming into this one while number 7 Auburn sits at 6-0.  The spread was Auburn -3 ½.

South Carolina comes in as a -5 road favorite against Kentucky.  This one opened at -6 ½ originally.

Illinois vs. Michigan State featured a line of -7 in favor of Michigan State.

Iowa vs. Michigan promises to be another good Saturday afternoon game with Iowa the -3 favorite after opening at -3 ½. 

Number 20 Oklahoma State takes on Texas Tech as a +3 ½ underdog.

Mississippi State vs. Florida had the Gators at -7.

BetED.com, which was paying out a 50% bonus on first bets if they are winners up to $250, featured 2010 Week 7 College Football spreads on most games here. – Ean Lamb reporting for Gambling911.com . 

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