Nevada Wolf Pack
2010 Record: 13-1
2010 Bowl Result: Beat Boston College 20-13 in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
2010 Against the Spread: 7-7
2010 over/under: 6-8
Returning starters: 11 (4 offense, 7 defense)

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College Football Betting Trend Report For Week 3
College Football Betting Trend Report For Week 3
When surveying the scene for college football this weekend, there are always plenty of numbers and trends to consider.  Here are some of the highlights:

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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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College Football Betting Trend Report For Week 2
College Football Betting Trend Report For Week 2
The Irish defense looked good against Purdue and that bodes well in betting against Michigan. The Wolverines are 0-6 ATS when they score fewer than 21 points over the past three seasons.  Michigan is 2-11 ATS when they allow 28 or more points the past three seasons and 1-12 when they allow 10 or more yards per passing attempt since 1992.

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I’m not going to be providing picks for games here, but each Saturday during the college season I will be highlighting the Top 25 games that I think are the most worth checking out.

Ohio (+33) at Ohio State – This one is interesting not in it’s own right, but because of what is on the horizon. Ohio State can handle Ohio in their sleep. Beanie Wells is out, though, and USC will be sitting at home watching this one, so the Buckeyes won’t be looking to show off any tricks. This will be a plain vanilla game plan and the Buckeyes will be looking to stay healthy for next week. If you don’t believe in the Buckeyes then this could be a spot to consider playing against them. They’ll win for sure, but they may not care enough to win by five touchdowns. I just hope that we get to see Terrelle Pryor play more.

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