Something unusual happened entering week-10 of the 2007 college football season. The top-7 BCS teams led by No 1 Ohio State and No.2 Boston College, remained the same from the previous week while only two teams, Virginia Tech and South Florida dropped from the top-10 all together. Kansas, at No. 9 the previous week moved up to No. 8 while Missouri, makes its top-10 debut at No. 9. The Georgia Bulldogs, made the biggest jump going from No. 18 in week 8 to No. 10 in week-9.
Hawaii moved from No. 17 to 14 after its 50-13 victory over New Mexico State and is nearing the required No. 12 ranking to become BCS bowl eligible. The final 4-games on Hawaii’s schedule will be the most challenging. The Warriors don’t have a game in week-10, but must face Fresno State, Nevada, No. 22 Boise State and Washington in the weeks following. Of those final 4-games, only Nevada is on the road.
Dropping completely from the BCS Poll are Kentucky South Carolina, California, and Penn State while No. 21 Wisconsin, No. 22 Boise State, No. 24 Wake Forest, and No. 25 Clemson make their 2007 BCS Poll debut.
Looking ahead to week-10, the best match-ups with potential BCS implications has No.4 Arizona State visiting No. 5 Oregon State at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore. Oregon is the early line favorite with a 7.0-point chalk according to oddsmakers at BetOnline.com .The game is slated to be telecast on ESPN and ESPN360.
Top-ranked Ohio State will be hosting No. 21 Wisconsin; however, none of the major television networks will be carrying this game. Customers of the two major satellite systems, Dish and Direct TV can get the game on the Big Ten Network. BTN is also available on some cable outlets. Oddsmakers at online sportsbook BetUS.com have installed Ohio State the favorite by a 15 ½- point chalk. No money line or total numbers are available at this time.
No. 2 Boston College will try to remain unbeaten when it hosts the always dangerous Florida State Seminoles on their Chestnut Hill, Mass., campus with the ABC televised game kicking off at 8 p.m. ET. Oddsmakers at Bodog (Bodoglife.com) have installed the Eagles as a -7 point favorite.
No. 3 LSU will travel into dangerous territory when they play No. 17 Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium on the Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa. The Tigers are favored a little more than a touchdown with a -7 ½ point chalk according to oddsmakers at Sportsbook.com . The game kicks off at 5 p.m. ET and will be televised by CBS.
Other games of interest with betting lines courtesy of Sportsbetting.com . (All Times Eastern)
No. 11 Virginia Tech -2 ½ @ Georgia Tech, 7:45 p.m., ESPN
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No. 6 Oklahoma -21 vs. Texas A&M, 8 p.m. ABC
No. 8 Kansas – 18 ½ vs. Nebraska, 12:30 p.m. FSN
No. 9 Missouri -4@ Colorado, 6:30 p.m. FSN
No. 10 Georgia -16 ½ vs. Troy, 1 p.m. Not Televised
No. 12 Michigan - @ Michigan State, 3:30 p.m., ABC
No. 13 UConn -3 vs. Rutgers, 7:15 p.m., ESPNU
No. 15 Texas -3 @ Oklahoma State, 3:30 p.m. ABC
No. 18 South Florida -4 ½ vs. Cincinnati
No. 19 USC -15 vs. Oregon State, 8 p.m. ABC
No. 20 Florida -16 vs. Vanderbilt, 12:30 p.m. ESPN360
No. 22 Boise State -26 vs. San Jose State, 3 p.m. ESPN360
No 23 Virginia pk vs. 24Wake Forest, 12 p.m. ESPN360
No. 25 Clemson -16 vs Duke ESPN360
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