College Football Odds, Week 10: A Friday Look At The Pac-10 Lines

With one day left until gameday, let’s take one last look at the college football odds from around the Pac-10. The line for the Washington Huskies game against the Oregon Ducks continued to slide after news of Jake Locker’s injury percolated this week. When the dust settled, Oregon was a 35 to 36.5 point favorite over the Huskies with an over/under of 68.

The Washington State Cougars are still two touchdown underdogs to the Cal Bears, with an over/under set at 53. The USC Trojans are still a seven point favorite over the Arizona State Sun Devils, though the line has slipped to as low as five some places. The over/under for the game is set at 60.

After Oregon State opened as 6.5 point favorites over the UCLA Bruins, the Beavers have seen the line shift toward UCLA. At Bodog.com, for example, OSU is now only favored by 5 points with an over/under of 55. The Stanford Cardinal have also seen plenty of action and the movement in the betting line has reflected that. The Cardinal are now 9.5 point favorites after opening the week favored by a touchdown over the Arizona Wildcats.

For all the NCAA lines for week 10, check out SBNation.com’s college football odds page.

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