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October 1, 2011 by USA Post 

College FootballCollege Football, This week has another list of games very well. The Big 10 is the place to be with Nebraska visit Sparty Wisconisn and traveling to La Herradura. A great battle between the ACC and Clemson at Florida State capture a large number of viewers in the East. The Crimson Tide rolls into the swamp. And the Longhorns head to Ames to seek revenge for last year.

Betting throughout the week has moved most of the spreads of the opening numbers. Go to Maddux Sports college football betting site lines to see the opening numbers, as well as major betting houses are now a list of the games. Here is a brief sample of some of the biggest games.

Alabama (-4) in Florida – Alabama led the way as one of the 5-point favorite against Florida, but has been bet down to 4. It is clear that Alabama’s defense is a force to be reckoned with. But playing in the swamp is an easy task. Charlie Weis is one of the most important offensive minds in the country. If anyone can solve the riddle of the defense of Alabama, is Weis.

Texas A & M (-2 ½) at Arkansas – The Aggies, fresh off his crushing collapse in the home of Oklahoma State, opened as a 3 ½ point favorite against Arkansas. The game will be played at Cowboys Stadium. Money early in pigs has already thrown in the line up to 2 ½. Both teams are coming off losses to top 10 teams, but only one of them blew a 17-point halftime. It will be interesting to see if Mike Sherman can rally the troops, or if that loss will be a disaster for the Aggies.

Virginia Tech (-7 ½) vs. Clemson – Virginia Tech opened at -7 ½ against Clemson, although the books are published 7. The Tigers have been one of the big surprises of the country, surpassing both Auburn and Florida State in the rear of weeks ago. Clemson always seems to have talent, but rarely meets throughout the season. This year could be different. The Hokies are a perennial top 10 team. They have other hardware that really should try to the Tigers in their third straight game against a ranked opponent.

Wisconsin (-10) vs Nebraska – The best game of the day is a battle between Wisconsin and Nebraska 10. Badgers open 8-point favorites, but that was pushed up to 10 points earlier in the week and stabilized. As Ohio State learned last year, the Camp Randall Stadium is a tough place to play. Against the Huskers ’7 needed to assemble a show inspired by Nebraska, if you hope to achieve victory.

Texas (-9) at Iowa State – The most exciting game of the Big 12 has to be of Texas at Iowa State. The Longhorns opened at -9, and after early betting has moved to 10 or 10 and a half, some of repurchase in the ISU has brought the line up anywhere between 8 ½ and 10. This is a great game for both programs, although for different reasons. Texas wants to make a “We’re back” statement, while the ISU is looking to make a “We are here” statement. Cyclones are the rotations have to clean and sanctions, otherwise, they’ll have off.

Ohio State (-3) against Michigan State – The Buckeyes and Spartans hook for the second most important game of the Big 10. Ohio State opened as 2 ½ point favorite, but the line is -3 in almost everywhere. Both teams had impressive wins last Saturday after being driven around the last week. Last season, Michigan State was able to avoid the Buckeyes during the time of the loss of a regular. No such luck this year.

Marina (-2 ½) vs. Air Force – The triple option is in full force when these two teams meet Saturday. Marina opened at -2 ½, but has been moved to 3 ½ points. Looking at the military academies battle is both a privilege and anything else. Both teams are above average, but it is refreshing to see the effort made by the youth who play soccer.

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