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Five Favorite Lines Of Week

BATON ROUGE, LA - SEPTEMBER 19:  Charles Scott #32 of the Louisiana State University Tigers is tackled by Gerren Blount #30 of the University of Louisiana-Lafatette Ragin' Cajuns at Tiger Stadium on September 19, 2009 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The Tigers defeated the Cajuns 31-3.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Jonathan CooperContributor IOctober 9, 2009

La Tech +11  - Take your points here but why is Nevada such a favorite over a pretty decent La Tech team? You may not need the points; this one is close in the fourth quarter and we may even start the week with an Upset Special of the Week. 

Georgia/Tennessee under 46   - Unless you believe there will be three defensive touchdowns, this one will not get anywhere close to 46. Tennessee can't score 20 point, Georgia can't run the ball and Eric Barry will probably score at least once off Joe Cox, but not enough to push this anywhere near the 40s. Look for 17-13 game, either team can win. 

LSU +8 and Under 44 parlay- You get 2.5 payout on this because LSU won't score more than 20 points on that Florida defense. So if you think LSU can keep it close and maybe even win, it's going to be 17-14 or 20-17, not 28-24. I'm not guaranteeing an LSU cover, but I am saying, if the Tigers cover, it's going under as well so get paid twice. 

Ole Miss- +5 Everyone seems to love Alabama here and I don't really understand it. Yes, Sneed has been awful but this is still a dangerous Rebel team and the season is riding on this game. Nothing I like better than home underdogs and this is a lively one that can easily win the game. 

Arkansas +2- I love the Razorbacks again this week after an easy cover last week. Unless you're a tough defense, Arkansas will score and this will be toughest offense has seen all season. It will look especially tough after seeing that horrible Tennessee offense last week. 

 

 

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