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Ohio vs. Penn State
Game Time: Saturday, Sept 1st, Noon EST
TV: ESPN, ESPN U
Betting Line: PENN -6.5
Out of all of the teams in the current AP Top 25, only three have losses: Oregon St, Penn St., and Miami (FL). All three losses came against other teams in the Top 25, meaning that we are still waiting for an upset. Will week 3 be the week? Let’s take a look at some games that have the potential for an upset.
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.
Fans were raving about the opening week underdog report of the college football season. Week 2 ncaa football betting is going to be like throwing raw meat in the middle of a pack of rottweilers. Reminder to all readers, Maddux Sports has come out of the gates on fire nailing 6 of our last 7 college football picks against the spread, dont miss anymore winners.
Here is a look and some of the biggest point spread moves from the opening lines put out last night by Bookmaker to what the market currently is offering today. As always you can view all the opening and current NCAA lines on our college football point spreads page.
The Big Ten conference gained a lot of respect last year as its members beat four top 15 teams in bowl games last year including Oregon, Georgia Tech, Miami, and LSU. The respect will only grow this year with Ohio St expected to compete for a BCS national title this year. Penn St, Iowa, and Wisconsin all have a chance to be elite teams as well. Next year the conference adds perennial power Nebraska, so will be even stronger. Here is a look at each team individually Odds to win the conference championship are in parentheses from Bodog. Continue reading “2010 Big Ten Predictions With Odds To Win & Order of Finish”