2010 College Football Week 12 Lines – NCAA Football Week Twelve Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: November 17th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Complete List of Week 12 College Football Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 12 of the 2010 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 12 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 12 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

The 2010 college football betting campaign has just three weeks left, and this could be the most intense week of the campaign to date.

The Big Ten is going to be the conference with the most pressure on it over the course of the day on Saturday. No one is expecting the Michigan State Spartans to struggle this weekend, as they are playing the Purdue Boilermakers at home. Purdue still really doesn’t have a heck of a lot of offensive options, while the Spartans know that they very well could just be two wins away from the Rose Bowl. The Wisconsin Badgers are heading to the Big House as well to take on the Michigan Wolverines.

The big game of the day in this conference though, involves the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Ohio State Buckeyes. Iowa knows that its Rose Bowl hopes probably went up in flames last week with a loss to the Northwestern Wildcats. The Buckeyes are probably in the driver’s seat for the time being, though they know that they do still need some help to Pasadena once again. Losing this game probably takes away any opportunity to do anything better than go to the Capital One Bowl or the Outback Bowl. The Buckeyes are three point favorites at Kinnick Stadium, a place where they have really historically struggled.

The ACC Atlantic Division is up in the air right now, as the Florida State Seminoles and Maryland Terrapins both think that they are still on their way to the conference championship game. The Terps know that they are two wins away from winning the Atlantic Division, but they are probably going to be underdogs in their final two games of the campaign, both of which are played at home. The Noles, who need to win out and get a loss from the North Carolina State Wolfpack, are favored by four points on the road.

Meanwhile, NC State is a 2.5 point underdog on the road to the North Carolina Tar Heels in one of the week’s biggest games.

The ACC Coastal Division will be decided on Saturday if the chalk holds up. The Virginia Tech Hokies are 2.5 point favorites at the Miami Hurricanes. If V-Tech wins, it will officially be back on the map, one win away from a place in the Orange Bowl, in a season that could have been a certified disaster after losing to the James Madison Dukes way back in Week 2 of the year. The Canes need to win out and have the Hokies lose their ACC finale to go to their first ever ACC Championship Game.

In the Big East, the Pitt Panthers are trying to get back on the horse in conference play, as they know that they can win out and go to the Fiesta Bowl. However, stopping in Tampa Bay against the South Florida Bulls is never an easy task, as is demonstrated by the fact that they are only 2.5 point favorites on the afternoon.

The SEC doesn’t have a heck of a lot of action on Saturday, as most of the teams are getting ready for their rivalry games next week. Two of the big foes, the Arkansas Razorbacks and LSU Tigers are both in action though, and both could be facing some tough tests from two other rivals. The Hogs are traveling to the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the SEC West, while the Bayou Bengals are at home against the Mississippi Rebels. Arkansas is a 3.5 point favorite, while LSU is the choice of the oddsmakers by 16 points. Should either of the favorites lose, they will be knocked out of the running for a BCS bowl game, and in the case of the Tigers, for the BCS National Championship as well.

Once again, the biggest favorites on the weekend are the Nevada Wolf Pack, who are favored by 37.5 points against the hapless New Mexico State Aggies. The Boise State Broncos are 30.5 point chalks at home against the Fresno State Bulldogs in one of the biggest tests that it has to face this year.

2010 NCAA Football Week 12 Odds @ BetUS Sportsbook (as of 11/17/10):
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Lines for Week 12 for Wednesday, 11/17/10

303 Miami Redhawks -10
304 Akron Zips +10
Over/Under 47.5

305 Bowling Green Falcons +10.5
306 Toledo Rockets -10.5
Over/Under 53.5

Week 12 Betting Lines for Thursday, 11/18/10

309 UCLA Bruins +2.5
310 Washington Huskies -2.5

311 Air Force Falcons -19
312 UNLV Rebels +19

Lines for Week 12 for Friday, 11/19/10

313 Fresno State Bulldogs +30.5
314 Boise State Broncos -30.5

Week 12 Odds for Saturday, 11/20/10

315 Penn State Nittany Lions -10
316 Indiana Hoosiers +10

317 Tennessee Volunteers -8.5
318 Vanderbilt Commodores +8.5
319 Connecticut Huskies +4
320 Syracuse Orange -4

321 Florida State Seminoles -4
322 Maryland Terrapins +4

323 Clemson Tigers OTB
324 Wake Forest Demon Deacons OTB

325 Duke Blue Devils +11.5
326 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -11.5

327 Virginia Cavaliers OTB
328 Boston College Eagles OTB

329 Rutgers Scarlet Knights +13
330 Cincinnati Bearcats -13

331 Purdue Boilermakers +19.5
332 Michigan State Spartans -19.5

333 Wisconsin Badgers OTB
334 Michigan Wolverines OTB

335 Ohio State Buckeyes -3
336 Iowa Hawkeyes +3

337 Missouri Tigers -11
338 Iowa State Cyclones +11

339 Oklahoma State Cowboys -24
340 Kansas Jayhawks +24

341 Arkansas Razorbacks -3.5
342 Mississippi State Bulldogs +3.5

343 Northern Illinois Huskies -14.5
344 Ball State Cardinals +14.5

345 East Carolina Pirates -9.5
346 Rice Owls +9.5

347 Kent State Golden Flashes +3
348 Western Michigan Broncos -3

349 UTEP Miners +17.5
350 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -17.5

351 Eastern Michigan Eagles +7
352 Buffalo Bulls -7

353 Colorado State Rams +2.5
354 Wyoming Cowboys -2.5

355 Idaho Vandals +2.5
356 Utah State Aggies -2.5

357 Marshall Thundering Herd +13.5
358 SMU Mustangs -13.5

359 Illinois Fighting Illini -7.5
360 Northwestern Wildcats +7.5

361 North Carolina State Wolfpack +2.5
362 North Carolina Tar Heels -2.5

363 Stanford Cardinal -7
364 California Golden Bears +7

365 UCF Knights -17.5
366 Tulane Green Wave +17.5

367 Virginia Tech Hokies -2.5
368 Miami Hurricanes +2.5

369 Kansas State Wildcats -2.5
370 Colorado Buffaloes +2.5

371 New Mexico State Aggies +37.5
372 Nevada Wolf Pack -37.5

373 Memphis Tigers +20
374 UAB Blazers -20

375 New Mexico Lobos +29.5
376 BYU Cougars -29.5

377 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -8
378 Army Black Knights +8

379 Pittsburgh Panthers -2.5
380 South Florida Bulls +2.5

381 Houston Cougars +4
382 Southern Miss Golden Eagles -4

383 Oklahoma Sooners -7.5
384 Baylor Bears +7.5

385 Nebraska Cornhuskers -2.5
386 Texas A&M Aggies +2.5

387 West Virginia Mountaineers -5
388 Louisville Cardinals +5

389 USC Trojans -3
390 Oregon State Beavers +3

391 Mississippi Rebels +16
392 LSU Tigers -16

393 Utah Utes -2.5
394 San Diego State Aztecs +2.5

395 San Jose State Spartans +30
396 Hawaii Warriors -30

397 Troy Trojans +22
398 South Carolina Gamecocks -22

399 Florida Atlantic Owls +21
400 Texas Longhorns -21

401 Arkansas State Red Wolves +13.5
402 Navy Midshipmen -13.5

403 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -5
404 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +5

405 Florida International Golden Panthers -10
406 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +10

407 North Texas Mean Green +1
408 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks -1

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