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    College Football Picks Week 10

    Updated: November 3rd, 2010

    Penn State vs Northwestern Under 48.5

    Northwestern’s offensive line has given up 27 sacks this year and has struggled especially of late. Penn State’s defensive line has been playing better and Jack Crawford is listed as probable which should limit Persa’s options. Northwestern plays solid 3rd down defense and goes against the Penn State’s QB Bolden who struggles on third down. Expect stalled drives on both sides with solid special teams coverage.

    Oregon State -4.5 over UCLA

    Oregon State has a prolific offense and UCLA is awful on the defensive side of the ball. I like that set up in this game. The spread is small and Oregon State should find a way to score at least 35 points. That being the case I like laying only 4.5 in this game.

    Hawaii +21 over Boise

    Hawaii is an under rated team and they can score points. They have gotten better as the year has gone on and Boise is going to have to work to win this game. They are a cut below Boise State but they are getting 21 points in this matchup and I think they can keep it much closer than that. An outright upset is not out of the question.

    Missouri – 4 over Texas Tech

    Missouri lost their undefeated season last week but they did not give up with the bad start they got and played Nebraska tooth and nail for the remainder of the game. They are better than Texas tech and I think they will show up this week and beat a very average Tech team easily.

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