Saturday’s Betting Tips

Saturday’s Betting Tips

College Football Sports Lines and Odds 
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What a great day for college football fans.  If you love college football, there is not a better time of the year as we enter November. At ATS Sports Line, we'll be watching the games and our clients will be seeing their bankrolls grow. Here are the top five most intresting matchups of the day.

#1 Alabama (8-0) at #5 LSU (7-1)

Last year: Lsu (+4’) over ALABAMA, 9-6; #Alabama (-2.5) over Lsu, 21-0 (BCS National Championship.  Alabama is coming off a 38-7 win over No. 17-ranked Mississippi State last week, while LSU is coming off a bye. The undefeated Tide have won every game by at least 19 points and just demolished a very good Mississippi State team. LSU needs to stop the running game led by T.J. Yeldon (649 yards, 7.0 ypc, 7 TDs) and Eddie Lacy (596 yards, 5.5, 7 TDs). Road team is 13-3-1 ATS L17 in this series. The odds are: Alabama (-8). Total: 41.5.

#16 Texas A&M (6-2) at #18 Mississippi State (7-1) 

The Aggies are tied for fifth nationally in total offense (543ypg) and are third in scoring offense (45.5ppg). That’s after crushing Auburn on the road, 63-21 last week. They take on a tough Mississippi State team that is 3-1 in the SEC, but fell at Alabama last week, 38-7. Freshman QB Johnny Manziel threw for 260 yards and 2 TDs and ran for 90 yards with three other TDs at Auburn. Mississippi State will try and play the keep-away game, taking care of the ball and keeping the ball away from the A&M offense.Texas A&M is 7-3 ATS L10 in November. College Lines: Texas A&M is a 7-point favorite. Total: 60.

#20 Texas (6-2) at #20 Texas Tech (6-2)

Last year: TEXAS (-14) over Texas Tech, 52-20. Texas Tech is looking for revenge against a Texas team that is struggling. Seth Doege threw for 331 yards and two TDs last week, but the Aggies lost to Kansas State, 55-24. Texas barely defeated Kansas, 21-17 last week on the road. QB Case McCoy came in for a struggling David Ash, and threw a one-yard TD pass with 12 seconds left for the win. But Ash is back in the starting lineup for the Horns. Texas Tech is 12-3-1 ATS L16 following an ATS loss. Odds: Texas Tech is a 6.5-point favorite. Total: 67.

#2 Oregon (8-0) at #17 USC (6-2) 

Last year: Usc (+15) over OREGON, 38-35. Oregon met their match last season and they take on a USC team that may have been looking ahead last week, losing 39-36 at Arizona last week, as they posted a season-worst five turnovers. The Trojans will certainly put points on the board this week as Matt Barkley has two great targets in WR Marqise Lee and Robert Woods. The Ducks are led by Marcus Mariota, can hand it off to RB Kenjon Barner or throw it to speedy De'Anthony Thomas in the slot.. USC is 4-1 ATS L5 home games. Coll. Odds: Oregon is an 8-point favorite. Total: 70.

#24 Oklahoma State (5-2) at #3 Kansas State (8-0)

Last year: OKLAHOMA STATE (-21) over Kansas State, 52-45. The Wildcats are led by Heisman Trophy favorite Collin Klein, who bolstered his resume with a four TD performance against Texas Tech, in a, 55-24 win. Oklahoma State has won three straight. The Cowboys lead the country in total offense, averaging 586.1 yards per game, and are ranked sixth nationally in scoring at 44.3 points. Freshman quarterback Wes Lunt returned last Saturday after missing six weeks because of a knee injury and passed for 324 yards and a touchdown. Kansas State is 6-2 ATS L8 in series. Football Odds: Kansas State is a 9-point favorite. Total: 66.5.

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