2012 College Football Week 7 Lines – NCAA Football Week Seven Lines

Last Updated: October 9th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)
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LSU StadiumWeek 7 of the college football schedule is out, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are looking at all of the best NCAA football odds and the college football betting lines on the board for what should be quite the interesting week on the gridiron.

Thursday and Friday night college football games haven’t exactly been stellar over the course of the last few weeks, and the showcase game this Thursday probably isn’t all that much of an exception. We all know that the Arizona State Sun Devils are going to blow the doors off of the Colorado Buffaloes even though the game is in Boulder. As it turns out, this is one of the biggest NCAA football point spreads of the weekend, as ASU is getting the nod by 23 points. Also on Thursday, the Tulsa Golden Hurricane are laying 16.5 to the UTEP MIners, while the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers are -3 against the Troy Trojans on the road.

Friday features one standalone game on the Week 7 schedule, pitting the Central Michigan Chippewas against the Navy Midshipmen. This isn’t exactly the sexiest game in the world, as both of these teams are 2-3, and there is a real possibility that neither will ultimately make it to a bowl game this year. However, it’s a game no less, and it could be an interesting one for fans of the ground game. Central Michigan is laying 2.5 at home against the Middies.

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This past Saturday was one for upsets, and this week really might not be all that much of an exception with so many massive teams going on the road. In fact, teams that are ranked 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 17, 18, and 22 are all on the road, and that doesn’t include the fact that the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners — Nos. 15 and 13 respectively — are playing each other on a neutral field.

Yes, this week is the annual Red River Rivalry game in Dallas, and it should stay true to form as one of the most important games of the year. These two teams absolutely despise each other, and they know that the loser of this one may as well forget about the rest of the year, as the team will end up in the Alamo Bowl or something of the sorts, and not the significantly more illustrious Fiesta Bowl or better. Oklahoma is perceived to be the better of these two teams right now, getting the nod as three-point favorites, but there aren’t many that would be all that surprised if the Longhorns turned out to be the better of the two teams as well.

The top ranked team in the land, the Alabama Crimson Tide are back in action off of their bye week, and they are one of these very rare teams that are going on the road and are favored by a ton. There’s no reason to think that Alabama won’t roll to a victory of at least 21.5-points no matter who they are playing or where they are playing. The fact of the matter is that this is going to be a rude wakeup call for the Missouri Tigers at home. The ‘Zou has already been beaten both by the Georgia Bulldogs and the Vanderbilt Commodores at home, and now, it is about to get its first taste of the definition of big boy football when the Crimson Tide come to town.

Meanwhile, the Florida Gators, who chime in at No. 4 in the land after their upset of the LSU Tigers, are only laying 7.5 to those aforementioned Commodores in a game that is a brutal potential trap for the men in orange and blue. Not only is Florida coming off of that big win at home, but this one is on the road, and it comes on the heels of the two biggest games of the year against the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Georgia Bulldogs.

Florida isn’t nearly the only road team that could be on upset alert this week, as we have already discussed. The USC Trojans are laying 12.5 to the Washington Huskies at CenturyLink Field in an emotional game against former OC Steve Sarkisian. The West Virginia Mountaineers and their Heisman Trophy frontrunner, QB Geno Smith, are -5 on the road against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. The Kansas State Wildcats are definitely on upset alert at -7 against the Iowa State Cyclones. Also, in one of the more intriguing games of the day, the Texas A&M Aggies are -8 on the road against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. This is a battle of Top 25 teams that are hoping to crack the BCS this year, and ironically, it is La Tech that has the better shot of doing so. This might be the last game this year in which the Bulldogs are underdogs, and winning this one and running through the WAC sets up the chance for them to get into the BCS as a Top 12 team in the rankings.

There are a few ranked teams that are going to be on the road that are expected to lose, though. We’ll start with the Oregon State Beavers, who are surging like no other team in America this year. They opened up as three-point underdogs against the BYU Cougars in Provo, and that came before the news that QB Sean Mannion was going to miss the game injured. That leaves Head Coach Mike Riley and the gang in a world of hurt. At the moment, the game is still off the board, but when it comes back, we fully expect to see BYU favored by at least a touchdown.

Another team in the Pac-12, the Stanford Cardinal, are getting 8.5 from the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in South Bend. Stanford hopes that it has the answers for a Notre Dame defense that just is not allowing touchdown under seemingly any circumstance. QB Josh Nunes doesn’t figure to have all that much success against this unit, which is why he and his Cardinal are such sizeable underdogs on Saturday afternoon.

But of course, the cream of the crop this week is back in the SEC. The South Carolina Gamecocks are on the road against the LSU Tigers in one of the most important games of the year in the conference. The Tigers are coming off of their loss to another SEC East foe from Gainesville, and they know that this is now absolutely a must-win game to stay alive in the SEC West and the BCS National Championship race. South Carolina knows that this is a chance to prove once and for all, that it can legitimately challenge the Alabama Crimson Tide at the top of the SEC this year, but this is the continuation of just a brutal schedule. South Carolina passed the first test at home against the Georgia Bulldogs, but now it gets LSU on the road and Florida on the road in back to back weeks. The Bayou Bengals are -3 at the open, and this is expected to be one heck of a close game.

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This week, there are a substantial number of teams that are favored by at least 20 points, but none are favored by more than the Florida State Seminoles are against the Boston College Eagles. FSU is favored by 28 coming off of its shocking loss to the NC State Wolfpack. The garnet and gold are one of the eight teams this week that are getting the nod by at least three TDs, but none are expected more to win — or, frankly need more to win by a huge margin — than does Florida State back in front of its hometown crowd for the first time in three weeks.

On the other side of the coin, there are plenty of games this week in which the NCAA football point spread is a field goal or less. There is one game on Thursday, one on Friday, and another 14 on Saturday in whcih the spread is 3.5 or fewer, and that is proving that once again, this should be a fittingly close week of college football betting action.

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Week 7 College Football Betting Lines for Thursday, 10/11/12

103 Arizona State Sun Devils -23
104 Colorado Buffaloes
Over/Under 56.5

105 UTEP Miners +16.5
106 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -16.5
Over/Under 56

107 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers -3
108 Troy Trojans +3
Over/Under 56

NCAA Football Lines for Week 7 for Friday, 10/12/12

109 Navy Midshipmen +2.5
110 Central Michigan Chippewas -2.5
Over/Under 60

Week 7 NCAA Football Odds for Saturday, 10/13/12

111 Texas Longhorns +3
112 Oklahoma Sooners -3
Over/Under 61

113 Iowa Hawkeyes +9.5
114 Michigan State Spartans -9.5
Over/Under 41

115 North Carolina Tar Heels -6.5
116 Miami Hurricanes +6.5
Over/Under 68.5

117 Miami Redhawks +7.5
118 Bowling Green Falcons -7.5
Over/Under 56

119 Kent State Golden Flashes -1.5
120 Army Black Knights +1.5
Over/Under 57.5

121 Akron Zips +20.5
122 Ohio Bobcats -20.5
Over/Under 66

123 Toledo Rockets -13.5
124 Eastern Michigan Eagles +13.5
Over/Under 57.5

125 Maryland Terrapins +2.5
126 Virginia Cavaliers -2.5
Over/Under 46.5

127 Duke Blue Devils +10.5
128 Virginia Tech Hokies -10.5
Over/Under 54.5

129 Wisconsin Badgers pk
130 Purdue Boilermakers pk
Over/Under 50.5

131 Northwestern Wildcats -3
132 Minnesota Golden Gophers +3
Over/Under 51

133 Syracuse Orange +7
134 Rutgers Scarlet Knights -7
Over/Under 46.5

135 Boston College Eagles +28
136 Florida State Seminoles -28
Over/Under 53.5

137 Temple Owls +5.5
138 Connecticut Huskies -5.5
Over/Under 41.5

139 Louisville Cardinals -3.5
140 Pittsburgh Panthers +3.5
Over/Under 49

141 Memphis Tigers +17.5
142 East Carolina Pirates -17.5
Over/Under 51.5

143 Florida Gators -7.5
144 Vanderbilt Commodores +7.5
Over/Under 40.5

145 Air Force Falcons OTB
146 Wyoming Cowboys OTB
Over/Under OTB

147 Western Michigan Broncos +3
148 Ball State Cardinals -3
Over/Under 65.5

149 Buffalo Bulls +12.5
150 Northern Illinois Huskies -12.5
Over/Under 56

151 Idaho Vandals +2.5
152 Texas State Bobcats -2.5
Over/Under 52.5

153 Kansas State Wildcats -7
154 Iowa State Cyclones +7
Over/Under 50.5

155 Auburn Tigers +4.5
156 Mississippi Rebels -4.5
Over/Under 51

157 UAB Blazers +14.5
158 Houston Cougars -14.5
Over/Under 66.5

159 Illinois Fighting Illini +23
160 Michigan Wolverines -23
Over/Under 49.5

161 Fresno State Bulldogs +7.5
162 Boise State Broncos -7.5
Over/Under 57

163 USC Trojans -12.5
164 Washington Huskies +12.5
Over/Under 55.5

165 Oregon State Beavers OTB
166 BYU Cougars OTB
Over/Under OTB

167 Alabama Crimson Tide -21.5
168 Missouri Tigers +21.5
Over/Under 43.5

169 Stanford Cardinal +8.5
170 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -8.5
Over/Under 45.5

171 Utah State Aggies +3.5
172 San Jose State Spartans -3.5
Over/Under 46.5

173 Kentucky Wildcats +17
174 Arkansas Razorbacks -17
Over/Under OTB

175 Tennessee Volunteers +3
176 Mississippi State Bulldogs -3
Over/Under 57.5

177 South Carolina Gamecocks +3
178 LSU Tigers -3
Over/Under 40.5

179 Cal Golden Bears -7.5
180 Washington State Cougars +7.5
Over/Under 54.5

181 West Virginia Mountaineers -5
182 Texas Tech Red Raiders +5
Over/Under 77

183 TCU Horned Frogs +8
184 Baylor Bears -8
Over/Under 67.5

185 Southern Miss Golden Eagles +16.5
186 Central Florida Knights -16.5
Over/Under 50.5

187 Oklahoma State Cowboys -23
188 Kansas Jayhawks +23
Over/Under 74.5

189 Ohio State Buckeyes -17
190 Indiana Hoosiers +17
Over/Under 60.5

191 SMU Mustangs OTB
192 Tulane Green Wave OTB
Over/Under OTB

193 Texas San Antonio Roadrunners +3.5
194 Rice Owls -3.5
Over/Under 56.5

195 Nevada Wolf Pack OTB
196 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels OTB

197 Colorado State Rams +20.5
198 San Diego State Aztecs -20.5
Over/Under 56

199 Utah Utes +7.5
200 UCLA Bruins -7.5
Over/Under 53

201 New Mexico Lobos -3.5
202 Hawaii Warriors +3.5
Over/Under 53

203 Florida Atlantic Owls +24
204 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks -24
Over/Under 54.5

205 South Alabama Jaguars +21
206 Arkansas State Red Wolves -21
Over/Under 53

207 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -2.5
208 Florida International Golden Panthers +2.5
Over/Under 57.5

235 Texas A&M Aggies -8
236 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +8
Over/Under 80

241 Fordham Rams +39.5
242 Cincinnati Bearcats -39.5

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