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TEXAS AT TEXAS TECH
FLORIDA VS GEORGIA
WHO IS THE PUBLIC BETTING?
With the MLB season officially over—congrats to the Phillies by the way—even more focus turns to football and with a little over a month left in the college football season, things are getting very interesting.
The highlighted game on the Week 10 sked sees the Texas Longhorns, the top team in the nation, facing the No. 7 Texas Tech Red Raiders. The outcome will affect the BCS standings one way or another.
The Longhorns are listed as a 4.5-point…worth noting is that The Texans have gone “Over” the total in their last six straight games.
Dating back to 1996, when the Longhorns are playing at Jones SBC Stadium they are 4-2 SU but only 3-3 ATS.
For those who are into more than just betting against the line and the Over/Under number, SPORTSBETTING.COM has a selection of prop plays for this matchup, such as:
- “Will Either Team Score In The First 4½ Minutes” – the “No” side has been getting the bulk of the betting volume on this prop, as 66% of the betting public don’t think either side will be able to put points on the board early.
“Will the first score of the game be a TD or any other score” is another popular prop play for the bettors. The “Any other score” is paying +220 and is getting 58% of the action.
Overall in this game, bettors like the Longhorns, but not by a wide margin, as they are seeing 61% of all the wagering volume.
As a side note, for those of you keeping score in the Heisman Trophy race, Texas Longhorns QB Colt McCoy is one of the favorites to take the honor with SPORTSBETTING.COM listing the signal caller at -120 to “strike a pose” this year.
If you head due south, we find two teams that have been hindered in their race for a national championship; the No. 8 Florida Gators and No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs. Both suffered early season losses and have been fighting back ever since. A win this weekend is essential to staying in the mix for the National Championship. This annual SEC-classic is one of the best matchups every year, but the situation means the intensity will be off the charts.
Georgia is listed as the home team only by designation; the game will be played at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.
Just like Texas and Texas Tech, SPORTSBETTING.COM has propositions for the SEC East battle as well with similar bets such as “Which Team Will Score First” etc.
Bettors are lining up behind the favorite in this one, as 74% are pulling for a Gator win and cover.
Over in the Big Ten, the Wisconsin Badgers look to play spoiler against the No. 21 Michigan State Spartans.
Ranked in the Top 10 earlier in the season, Wisconsin has dropped out of the rankings altogether.
In the last nine matchups between the two, the Badgers hold the edge straight up with a record of 6-3 and a slight edge against the spread going 5-4. The Spartans are a 5-point favorite, with bettors tabbing them to cover the number. 68% of the wagering volume so far has come in on MSU.
This matchup has been profitable for “Over” bettors, as they have cashed tickets in the last five straight games between these two.
It is going to be another exciting week of college football action – good luck.
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