Hawaii Warriors
2010 Record: 10-4
2010 Bowl Result: Lost Hawaii Bowl 62-35 to Tulsa
2010 Against the spread: 11-3
2010 over/under: 7-6-1
Returning Starters: 9 (3 offense, 6 defense)

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Hawaii Warriors AT San Jose State Spartans
Mar 3, 2011 at 10:30 PM EST
Opening Line: San Jose -3
Current Line:  San Jose -4.5
Opening Total:  138
Current Total: 138
Opening Moneyline:  San Jose -175 / Hawaii +155
Current Moneyline:  San Jose -200 / Hawaii +170

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college football lines
A lot of false moves setup a ton of value for wiseguys on the week 2 college football lines
After the second week of the college football season, it’s time to get some perspective on some teams.  Some teams bounced back after a poor opening, while other teams validated their first week results. Yes, they are that bad or that good.  Here is a breakdown of the early line moves. You can get a sense where the confidence lies with each team:  If you dont feel like reading why the numbers are moving you can just visit the college football lines page and get up to date and opening point spreads for all of the games.

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Underdog Report For Week 1Going into the first weekend of the college football season and there are a lot of dogs to consider. Mostly, because there are a lot of unproven talent out there, live dogs are the most prevalent.  With some big numbers to cover, a closer look at some of the underdogs would be a wise thing for college football handicappers. Here is a breakdown of some of the games this week:

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College Football Weekly Recap June 14 – 20

Texas stops the bleeding; saves Big 12

The Texas Longhorn decided that the Big 12 is the better conference for them. Or maybe they just liked the money. Texas got an invite from the Pac-10 and said thanks – but no, thanks. They effectively stopped the bleeding before it really started. Yes, the Big 12 still lost Nebraska and Colorado, but the Longhorns’ decision kept the rest of the conference intact. 

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