2010 Week 3 College Football Point Spreads: September 18th 2010
Some shockers went down in the second week of the 2010-11 college football betting season with two more FBS teams falling to FCS opponents! North Dakota State pulled the shocker against Kansas in Week 1, but the biggest head scratcher came last Saturday when Virginia Tech was upended at home by the mighty James Madison Duke; Boise State wasn’t a fan! Alabama cruised to 2-0 with a SU & ATS win over Penn State, but the most impressive win of the weekend went down in Knoxville, TN where the Oregon Ducks battled back from a 13-3 deficit and ended up pounding the Volunteers 48-13.
Here’s a look at some of the juicier match-ups Week 3 has to offer for Saturday, September 18th:
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Maryland vs. #21 West Virginia – This rivalry was put on hold the L/2 seasons but 2010’s battle is certain to pack a punch with both clubs entering Saturday afternoon’s contest undefeated.
#8 Nebraska vs. Washington – Jake Locker looks to get back into the good graces of the Heisman voters when he leads the Huskies up against Big Red and the Blackshirts; U-Dub’s 4-1 ATS L/5 as home dogs.
#10 Florida vs. Tennessee – You’ll be hard pressed to find two teams that hate each other more! The Volunteers look to rebound from last week’s loss and snap their five-game losing streak vs. the Gators.
Mississippi State vs. #15 LSU – The Tigers have dominated this series winning 17 of the L/18 meetings, but HC Mullen’s squad has gotten closer to pulling the upset each of the L/2 seasons.
#6 Texas vs. Texas Tech – Longhorns invade Lubbock looking to avenge the last second 39-33 loss it absorbed the last time it took to the turf of Jones AT&T Stadium. Home team’s won three in a row.
#9 Iowa vs. #24 Arizona – The Hawkeyes waxed the Wildcats in Iowa City last season allowing just 190 yards overall. AZ QB Nick Foles is now a year wiser and wants a crack back at this defense; bad!
Click below for a complete list of 2010 week 3 college football point spreads and be sure to visit Touthouse.com this weekend for winning college football picks from our team of professional sports handicappers.
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