2010 College Football Week 9 Lines – NCAA Football Week Nine Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: October 27th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Complete List of Week 9 College Football Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 9 of the 2010 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 9 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 9 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

The Oregon Ducks have to want to know what in the heck they did wrong last week. They beat the snot out of the UCLA Bruins 60-14, and though the No. 1 team in the land, the Oklahoma Sooners, ultimately ended up dropping to the Missouri Tigers, it was the Auburn Tigers that moved up to No. 1, not Oregon. The Quack Attack has a great chance to make a name for themselves this weekend in Pasadena against the USC Trojans, who arguably would be good enough to be in the Top 25 this year if they were eligible for the BCS rankings. It isn’t often that you see the men of Troy getting points at home, but that’s what’s happening on Saturday night, as the Ducks are laying 6.5.

What about that stingy Auburn team… The Tigers now have the odds on favorite to win the Heisman Trophy in QB Cam Newton, but they also have a suddenly dubious distinction of being the No. 1 team in the land that is about to head on the road. No, running up against the Mississippi Rebels isn’t as difficult as the tests that the Sooners, the Ohio State Buckeyes, and the Alabama Crimson Tide have faced, but there’s a reason that the top team in the country is only laying a touchdown on the road against a very scary Ole Miss team led by the improving QB Jeremiah Masoli.

One of the great rivalry games in college football is this weekend, as the Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs meet in the World’s Largest Cocktail Party in Jacksonville, FL. UF is almost always favored in this game, but thanks to its three game losing streak and UGA’s three straight wins in conference, the Dawgs are actually the choices of the oddsmakers by a field goal. The winner of this game will have a leg up in the SEC race, but of these two teams, only the Gators control their own destiny to get to the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta.

Perhaps the biggest game of the weekend is going to be play in Lincoln on Saturday night. The Nebraska Cornhuskers might have saved their season last week by taking care of the Oklahoma State Cowboys in Stillwater, but now they have to run into the last undefeated team standing in this conference, the Missouri Tigers. Though it is a long ways away from a sure thing, the Tigers would essentially wrap up a berth in the Big XII Championship Game with a win, as Nebraska would be two back and the tiebreaker. That means that the ‘Zou would have to avoid losing three games from here on out, and it would still get a chance to play for the Big XII crown. The ‘Huskers control their own destiny in their final season in the Big XII, and this would be a great chance to keep themselves in the driver’s seat for the BCS as opposed to finding themselves in a second or third tier bowl game.

The Michigan State Spartans are all the way up to No. 5 in the country this week, and they might have their last big test of the season as well. Their offense is going to be tested by a very stout defense of the Iowa Hawkeyes, who have to be steaming after that loss to the Wisconsin Badgers last week. With their only shot of winning the Big Ten laying on the line, the Hawkeyes are actually laying 6.5 points against one of the few undefeated teams left in the nation.

We’re getting tired of saying it each and every week, but once again, the two biggest favorites on the college football betting board are the Boise State Broncos and the TCU Horned Frogs. Boise State played on Tuesday night and just narrowly missed covering a whopping 37.5 point spread. However, the Horned Frogs are laying five full touchdowns at the UNLV Rebels on Saturday night in what really shouldn’t be a close game.

The team with the only undefeated ATS mark in the country, the Utah Utes, will need to beat the Air Force Falcons in Colorado Springs by more than a touchdown to move to 7-0-1 ATS on the year.

2010 NCAA Football Week 9 Odds @ BetUS Sportsbook (as of 10/27/10):
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Week 9 Betting Lines for Thursday, 10/28/10

103 Florida State Seminoles -3.5
104 North Carolina State Wolfpack +3.5
Over/Under 57.5

Lines for Week 9 for Friday, 10/29/10

105 West Virginia Mountaineers -6.5
106 Connecticut Huskies +6.5

Week 9 Odds for Saturday, 10/30/10

107 Syracuse Orange OTB
108 Cincinnati Bearcats OTB

109 UAB Blazers +9.5
110 Southern Miss Golden Eagles -9.5

111 Purdue Boilermakers +17
112 Illinois Fighting Illini -17

113 Miami Hurricanes -15
114 Virginia Cavaliers +15

115 Louisville Cardinals +9
116 Pittsburgh Panthers -9

117 Michigan State Spartans +6.5
118 Iowa Hawkeyes -6.5

119 Northwestern Wildcats -3
120 Indiana Hoosiers +3

121 Clemson Tigers -7
122 Boston College Eagles +7

123 Wake Forest Demon Deacons +5.5
124 Maryland Terrapins -5.5

125 Northern Illinois Huskies -8.5
126 Western Michigan Broncos +8.5

127 Tennessee Volunteers OTB
128 South Carolina Gamecocks OTB

129 Vanderbilt Commodores +20.5
130 Arkansas Razorbacks -20.5

131 Kentucky Wildcats OTB
132 Mississippi State Bulldogs OTB

133 Auburn Tigers -7
134 Mississippi Rebels +7

135 Baylor Bears +7.5
136 Texas Longhorns -7.5

137 Kansas Jayhawks OTB
138 Iowa State Cyclones OTB

139 Akron Zips +29.5
140 Temple Owls -29.5

141 Ball State Cardinals +10.5
142 Kent State Golden Flashes -10.5

143 San Diego State Aztecs -10
144 Wyoming Cowboys +10

145 Tulsa Golden Hurricane +8.5
146 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -8.5

147 UTEP Miners +3
148 Marshall Thundering Herd -3

149 SMU Mustangs -8
150 Tulane Green Wave +8

151 Bowling Green Falcons +12
152 Central Michigan Chippewas -12

153 Stanford Cardinal -7
154 Washington Huskies +7

155 Florida Gators +3
156 Georgia Bulldogs -3

157 East Carolina Pirates +7.5
158 Central Florida Golden Knights -7.5

159 Arizona Wildcats -9.5
160 UCLA Bruins +9.5

161 Oklahoma State Cowboys OTB
162 Kansas State Wildcats OTB

163 Missouri Tigers +7
164 Nebraska Cornhuskers -7

165 Colorado Buffaloes +24
166 Oklahoma Sooners -24

167 Miami Redhawks -3
168 Buffalo Bulls +3

169 Texas Tech Red Raiders +7
170 Texas A&M Aggies -7

171 Duke Blue Devils +13.5
172 Navy Midshipmen -13.5

173 Toledo Rockets -10.5
174 Eastern Michigan Eagles +10.5

175 Utah State Aggies +26
176 Nevada Wolf Pack -26

177 San Jose State Spartans -3
178 New Mexico State Aggies +3

179 New Mexico Lobos +15.5
180 Colorado State Rams -15.5

181 California Golden Bears +3
182 Oregon State Beavers -3

183 Washington State Cougars +21
184 Arizona State Sun Devils -21

185 Houston Cougars -14
186 Memphis Tigers +14

187 Utah Utes -7
188 Air Force Falcons +7

189 Ohio State Buckeyes -25.5
190 Minnesota Golden Gophers +25.5

191 Michigan Wolverines OTB
192 Penn State Nittany Lions OTB

193 Oregon Ducks -6.5
194 USC Trojans +6.5

195 TCU Horned Frogs -35
196 UNLV Rebels +35

197 Idaho Vandals +14.5
198 Hawaii Warriors -14.5

199 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +14.5
200 Ohio Bobcats -14.5

201 North Texas Mean Green +6
202 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers -6

203 Troy Trojans -16.5
204 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks +16.5

205 Florida International Golden Panthers -4.5
206 Florida Atlantic Owls +4.5

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