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College football spread and picks Week 10: Texas, USC and LSU

Preview and point spread on the Week 10 college football games Texas vs. Oklahoma State, Oregon State at USC and LSU vs. Alabama.

College football spread and picks Week 10: Texas, USC and LSU The point spread and betting preview of the college football games Week 10 continue, we start with the match-up between the No.15 Texas (7-2) and Oklahoma State (5-3). At Bookmaker the odds are favoring the visiting Longhorns at -155 and Oklahoma State is listed with dog odds +135. The point spread on the Texas vs. Oklahoma State is -3 points chalk the Longhorns and the total is at 61 points. Texas is 4-8 against the spread in its last 12 games, but Oklahoma State is 2-6 against the spread in its last 8 games when playing Texas.

 Oklahoma State is coming out of their off week, beating Kansas State (ranked 25th at the time) 39-41 in Week 8, but still have some questionable players for the game against Texas. LBs Jeremy Nethon and Chris Collins remain questionable for Week 10, but Patrick Lavine has been upgraded and is day-to-day. Wide receiver Artrell Woods is out for the season with a back injury. But the grass isn't any greener on the Texas side of the river. mainly due to lack of discipline. On indefinite suspension are DT Dre Jones, RB James Henry, DB Ben Alexander and safety Tyrell Gatewood, wide receiver Limas Sweed is out for the season with a wrist injury and DTs Thomas Marshall and Roy Miller are still questionable for Week 10. Our Week 10 picks: Considering the situation the two college football teams are in, the game could easily go against the bookmakers on Saturday.

 The game between Oregon State (5-3) and BCS No.19 USC (6-2) is a much easier matchup to predict. Bookmaker has listed the favorite USC with odds -700 and Oregon State are dog with odds on winning this Week 10 college football game +550. The point spread on the Oregon State vs. USC is currently favoring the Trojans -15 points with total listed at 47 points. Oregon State is 5-2 against the spread in its last 7 games when playing Southern Cal and USC is 6-2 ATS in its last 8 games at home. The point spread is a good bet to jump on - Trojans quarterback John David Booty remains questionable for Week 10, as well as OL Charles Brown, DE Trey Henderson, T Thomas Herring and C Kristofer O'Dowd. Wide receiver Jamere Holland is out for the season and so is running back C.J. Gable. Oregon State looks in much better shape, only WR Sammie Stroughter is out and RB Yvenson Bernard is doubtful. Our Week 10 picks: Large point spread, which USC may not cover in this game.

 Finally, let's look at the numbers for the game between No.3 LSU (7-1) and No.17 Alabama (6-2). The betting odds on this game aren't as tight as they should, at Bookmaker LSU is listed as favorite with odds -300 and Alabama hold odds of +250 on winning the game this Saturday. The point spread for the LSU vs. Alabama game are favoring the Tigers -7 points and the total is sitting at 47.5 points. Alabama is 1-5 against the spread in its last 6 games ,but LSU is 0-5 against the spread in its last 5 games.

 The real question for this Week 10 college football game is - who will play? Even though LSU and Alabama are coming out of their bye week, injuries are still hurting each side. At LSU out for the season are DT Charles Alexander, DE Ricky Jean-Francois, OT Mark Snyder and LB Derrick Odom. Quarterback Ryan Perrilloux and LB Derrick Odom are listed as doubtful, but DT Glenn Dorsey will likely play. Alabama also has a long list of questionable for Week 10: RB Glen Coffee, DL Marlon Davis, DBs Marquis Johnson and Chris Rogers, LB Ezekial Knight and wide receiver Jonathan Lowe. It's going to be a though game, which will decide the leader of the SEC West, our pick is Alabama by 3 points.

 Published on 10/31/2007

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