NCAA Football Line Moves : Still Some Wiggle Room

NCAA Football Line Moves


A touchdown worth of line movement does not come all too often.  Follow along at how most of America came to the conclusion that prompted all of this money to go onto Clemson.  Auburn came out cruising against Louisville to the tune of a 17 to nothing lead.  They won 31-24 and most believed that Auburn just lost a little focus.  Jacksonville State came a calling and if not for a gigantic botch a mammoth upset would have gone off.  Instead Auburn appears to be vastly over rated.  Now when Clemson visits the team that got handled by the Tigers, people were ready to pounce.  A pickem was swatted all the way down to -7 on the road favorite.  There is some wiggle room but on the other side.  Clemson has only played pushovers and with their playing style, blowouts were the norm.  So stay tuned during the week as Thursday approaches to learn when the time is right to snap back on Louisville.

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One line that should have movement but none as of yet is the Georgia Tech at the Fighting Irish.  Yellow Jacket fans should be pleased that their dynamic offense goes against a vulnerable ND defense.  Whenever a line comes out with the Irish involved, one has to calculate the wiggle room the books gave themselves against the lemmings.  People will bet on Notre Dame no matter what number is involved.  With such a comeback against Virginia, the line is inflated by three points.  Ga.  Tech should be -5 but this would cause even more imbalanced wagering.  Take the Yellow Jackets right now at the -2.

Finally, Pac 12 football is on our radar.  The -8 on USC has grown to -10 against a very suspect Standford team.  You allow a lesser light from the Big Ten to destroy you and somehow the Cardinal remain in the top 25.  The era that Stanford could even be considered somewhat elite is over.  The Trojans are out for scalps this season and must keep pace with UCLA in style points.  Go with USC -10 before things get out of hand.  Good fortune and we will talk to you next time here at HRWager.

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