2009 College Football Week 10 Point Spreads & Odds

Along with a complete list of point spreads and odds for Week 10’s action in college football, here is a quick-hit look at some of the marquee matchups:

No. 9 LSU at No. 3 Alabama, Saturday, 3:30PM ET
After losing to Florida in Baton Rouge three weeks ago, LSU has rattled off two wins in impressive fashion. While Auburn and Tulane aren’t powerhouse opponents, the Tigers combined to score 73 points in those games and showed an offensive pulse. But can they do the same against a worthy defensive opponent like Alabama? The Tigers only mustered three points against the Gators and will certainly have their hands full trying to move the ball against a Tide defense that ranks No. 4 in the nation and should be well rested coming off a bye.
Odds: Alabama –7.5.

No. 8 Oregon at Stanford, Saturday, 3:30PM ET
Oregon is one of the hottest teams in the nation right now, but will they suffer a letdown after beating No. 5 USC last week? Stanford has been solid at home this year, beating previously ranked Washington 34-14, UCLA 24-16 and a decent Arizona State team 33-14. They had defensive troubles in road losses to Oregon State and Arizona this season (and also lost to a pesky Wake Forest team earlier in the year), but otherwise the Cardinal has been competitive. The Ducks’ offensive attack is firing on all cylinders right now, but the game this week in Stanford is far from a gimmie.
Odds: Oregon -6.

No. 16 Ohio State at No. 11 Penn State, Saturday, 3:30PM ET
If either of these teams wants to keep Iowa in their sites in the Big Ten, a win is a must this Saturday in University Park. Since his brutal display in Purdue three weeks ago, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has looked better the past two weeks. But Minnesota and New Mexico State don’t have the kind of defensive prowess that Penn State has and Pryor could be in for a long day on Saturday. The Lions have been outstanding since their loss to Iowa in late September, rattling off five straight wins while beating opponents by a 176-43 margin. The Buckeyes’ defense should be up for the challenge, but will Pryor?
Odds: Penn State –4.

Week 10 College Football Point Spreads & Odds:

Thursday, November 5
No. 23 Virginia Tech -12
East Carolina +12

Friday, November, 6
No. 7 Boise State -21
Louisiana Tech +21

Saturday, November 7
Vanderbilt +34.5
No. 1 Florida –34.5

UCF +36.5
No. 2 Texas –36.5

No. 9 LSU +7.5
No. 3 Alabama –7.5

Northwestern +16.5
No. 4 Iowa –16.5

Connecticut +16.5
No. 5 Cincinnati –16.5

No. 6 TCU –24.5
San Diego State +24.5

No. 8 Oregon -6
Stanford +6

Wake Forest +16
No. 10 Georgia Tech -16

No. 16 Ohio State +4
No. 11 Penn State -4

No. 12 USC –11
Arizona State +11

Syracuse +22
No. 13 Pittsburgh -22

New Mexico +27.5
No. 14 Utah –27.5

No. 15 Houston –1.5
Tulsa +1.5

Virginia +13.5
No. 17 Miami –13.5

Washington State +33
No. 18 Arizona -33

No. 19 Oklahoma State –7.5
Iowa State +7.5

Oregon State +7
No. 20 California -7

No. 21 Wisconsin –10.5
Indiana +10.5

Navy +11
No. 22 Notre Dame -11

No. 24 Oklahoma -6
Nebraska +6

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