Saturday College Football News and Notes

Here are sports betting news and notes for games of Saturday, October 26, 2007


Florida is
8-1 straight up in the series and 15-2 the last 17. “Florida
has been much better with Andre Caldwell (wide receiver) healthy. He is back to
100 percent as he showed last week against Kentucky,”
says Cy McCormick of
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New Mexico State-Hawaii

averages more than 52 points per game. The Aggies are
minus their top receiver Chris Williams but will get Nick Cleaver and A.J. Harris. Last week they got quarterback Chase Holbrook
back from a two game suspension. He threw for 404 yards. Hawaii
has won the last three in the series by an average of 18 points.

Ohio State-Penn State

Penn State
is on a three-game winning streak in which they have averaged scoring 33.6
points. However, they face Ohio State
which is allowing a nation’s best 7.8 points per game. Four of the last six
meetings have been decided by seven or fewer points.


This is the first time the Trojans were a conference dog
in their last 45 games to the Pac-10. Mark Sanchez starts at quarterback for
USC as starting QB John David Booty is still nursing a broken middle finger. Booty,
though, may be available.

North Carolina-Wake Forest

Underdog UNC is 12-4 in the
series. However, Wake has turned it around winning 3-of-4. The Tar Heels have
played brutal schedule with the combined record of their foes so far at 40-13.
Wake has won five straight entering this game.

California-Arizona State

The Golden Bears have lost two straight. ASU’s 7-0 straight up start can be attributed in great part
due to the fact their first four opponents in the Pac-10 can a combined 4-13
mark. Their schedule is ranked 97th in toughness by the NCAA.
They’ve also been healthy all year, but that changed as starting tailback Ryan Torain has been lost for the year. He has 553 yards rushing
with five touchdowns, plus two more catching the ball.

South Carolina-Tennessee

Despite being coached by Steve Spurrier, South
is 93rd of 119 teams in offense.
Steve Spurrier has used three quarterbacks in practice this week.

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