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Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Kansas State Wildcats Betting Preview

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Oct/07/2010
Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Kansas State Wildcats

This Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Kansas State Wildcats betting preview is courtesy of our friends at SBG Global.  They have Nebraska as an 11-point favorite with a total of 50.

It is a college football battle of unbeatens on Thursday night on ESPN as 7th-ranked Nebraska visits Kansas State.  The Cornhuskers are led by redshirt freshman quarterback Taylor Martinez and a stout defense.  On the other side, Kansas State is unbeaten at 4-0 but really hasn’t played anyone of consequence. That will change on Thursday night against the Cornhuskers.

Nebraska had a bye last week so they have had plenty of time to prepare for this road contest. The Cornhuskers are trying to start at season 5-0 for the first time since 2003. Martinez has been leading the way for Nebraska as he is averaging 124 rushing yards per game. He already has eight rushing touchdowns this college football season. He could have a field day against a Kansas State defense that is allowing 195.5 rushing yards per game.

Nebraska is allowing just 12.8 points per game so Kansas State could have a lot of trouble moving the ball.  The Wildcats are hoping to get a big game from Daniel Thomas who rank for six touchdowns in the first three games of the season. He had 99 yards rushing and 51 yards receiving in a 17-3 loss at Nebraska last season.

Nebraska has beaten Kansas State five straight times. The Cornhuskers are a good team laying big points. They are 8-1 ATS in their last 9 games as a road favorite of 10.5 or more. The Cornhuskers are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 road games. The Cornhuskers are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games in October.

The Wildcats are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 conference NCAA football games. The Wildcats are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games in October. The Wildcats are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games as an underdog. The Wildcats are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games as a home underdog.

The Under is 14-2 in the Cornhuskers last 16 games in October. The Under is 7-2 in the Cornhuskers last 9 conference games. The Under is 13-6 in the Cornhuskers last 19 games overall. The Under is 4-0 in the Wildcats last 4 conference games. The Under is 5-2 in the Wildcats last 7 games overall. The Under is 4-0 in the Wildcats last 4 conference games. The Under is 5-2 in the Wildcats last 7 games overall.

Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Kansas State Wildcats betting is available at SBG Global,now offering a 30 percent bonus on your initial deposit.

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