San Diego State vs. Missouri Odds & Pick: September 18th 2010

Touthouse HandicappersSenior Writer ISeptember 16, 2010

San Diego State vs. Missouri
Pick: Missouri -13.5 -110 odds
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The Aztecs must be feeling pretty good having started out 2-0 for the first time since 2004. However, they have a different animal to deal with in this one heading to Missouri. San Diego State hasn’t posted a winning season since the Mountain West Conference came into being in 1999. Their wins over Nicholls State and New Mexico State really don’t tell us anything. And, this team is 1-10 ATS on the road after a road win and 6-21 ATS after back-to-back wins. Missouri is flying well under the radar hiding under Oklahoma and Texas, but rest assured they are in the hunt for the Big-12 title. This is a team that has recruited very well. With eight back on both sides of the ball, and the rest of the conference a shade beneath last year, it is time to rise and shine for the Tigers. The Aztecs have ventured out and played five teams from BCS Conferences over the last five years and have yet to come within 14 points of any of them. The Tigers are a far superior team. Due to their below-the-radar status, and San Diego State’s 2-0 start, we are getting value here on this line as Missouri should be laying closer to 20. Get more NCAA football picks from Wunderdog at Touthouse.com

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