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2010 Week 9 College Football Rankings – BCS Championship Odds

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/24/2010
2010 Week 9 College Football Rankings

Gambling911.com’s 2010 Week 9 College Football Rankings have been released in conjunction with the AP poll.  We should have a better handle on the latest 2011 BCS Championship odds come Monday and those numbers will be updated here as quickly as possible. 

Oregon retains its number one position and should be at 2/1 or +250 odds to win the 2011 BCS Championship leading into Week 9.  Gambling911.com does not anticipate the Ducks odds to be slashed further. 

Auburn continues to climb the rankings this week.  They have their highest ranking (#3) since the Tigers were No. 2 in 2006.

Missouri enters the top 10 after beating number 3 ranked Oklahoma on Saturday.  BetUS.com was not expected to post odds on Missouri this week, however.

Alabama was now ranked number 6 and their odds were likely to be 3/1.

The updated odds to win the 2011 BCS Championship will appear here shortly.  We have forecast the odds in the meantime.

 

*1 – Oregon (1) – Last week +250 odds.  This week forecast to be 2/1.

*2 – Boise State (2) – Last week +450 odds.  This week forecast to be 3/1.

*3 - Auburn (5) – Last week 7/1.  This week forecast to be 5/1.

*4 – TCU (4) – Last week 8/1.  This week forecast to be 7/1.

*5 – Michigan State (8) – N/A

*6 – Alabama (7) – Last week +350.  Odds expected to be 3/1.

*7 – Missouri (new) – N/A

*8 – Utah (9) – Odds expected to be 20/1.

*9 – Wisconsin (new) – N/A

*10 – Ohio State (10) – 50/1 last week.  Forecasted odds not immediately available.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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