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College Football Week 10 Betting Results

November 6, 2016

Week 10 of the college football regular season is now part of the past. Here is a quick recap of the betting results for the week.

The favorites were 50-12 straight up and 36-26 against the spread. Home teams were 37-26 SU and 31-31 ATS. The over/under ended the week 28-34.

The three biggest underdogs to win outright were Texas-San Antonio +18.5 over Middle Tennessee 45-25, Charlotte +17.5 over Southern Miss 38-27 and Mississippi State +10.5 over Texas A&M 35-28.

The three biggest favorites to cover were Tennessee -41.5 over Tennessee Tech 55-0, Michigan -30 over Maryland 59-3 and Clemson -27.5 over Syracuse 54-0.

Texas A&M was one of the top four in the first rankings released for the College Football Playoff, but an injury to Trevor Knight their dual-threat quarterback did them in and Mississippi State upset the Aggies 35-28.

North Carolina won and covered for the third consecutive game beating Georgia Tech by 28 points. The OVER cashed for the first time in the Tar Heels past five games.

Michigan routed Maryland 59-3, which was the second cover for the Wolverines in their last 5 games. The Michigan defense has been a huge part of its success giving up 10 points or fewer in 5 of its past 6 games.

Western Michigan keeps on winning. This week the Broncos defeated Ball State 52-20 improving to 9-0 SU. The OVER has cashed in 3 of the past 4 Broncos games. On the road this season, Western Michigan is 5-0 SU and ATS.

Louisville defeated Boston College 52-7 on the road. Heisman Trophy favorite Lamar Jackson accounted for 7 Louisville touchdowns. The Cardinals quarterback threw for four touchdowns and ran for three.

Washington State beat Arizona in Pac-12 action 69-7. The Cougars kept pace with in-state rivals Washington in the North Division of the Pac-12. Offensively, the Cougars have scored 27 points or more in each of the team’s 9 games played. At the same time, the OVER has cashed in 3 straight and 5 of the past 6.

Alabama visited Baton Rouge and walked out with a hard fought 10-0 win over LSU. The Crimson Tide moved to 9-0 SU and 7-2 ATS and has now won 22 straight games dating back to last season.

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