Fresno State vs. Wyoming Pick

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LARAMIE, WY (The Spread) - Fresno State is a road favorite tonight against Wyoming at 10:15PM ET. Will the Bulldogs cover the spread?

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ODDS: According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Fresno State is a 9-point favorite over Wyoming, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 79 points. The Bulldogs enter play with an 8-0 record and are 3-0 on the road, while the Cowboys are 4-4 overall and 3-1 at home.

LINE MOVEMENT: The Bulldogs opened as 11-point favorites but the number has been bet down past the key number of 10 and down to 9 at most online sports books. As for the total, it opened at 78.5 and has been bet up slightly to 79.

PUBLIC BETTING: Of the current wagers placed on tonight’s game, 67% of College Football public bettors currently favor the Bulldogs. This information is subject to change, however, so make sure you click on the link provided to get the most updated public betting numbers.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL FREE PICK: Take Fresno State. According to latest college football trends, the Bulldogs are 12-4 against the spread in their last 16 road games while the Cowboys are 0-4 against the number in their last four games versus a team with a winning record. The Cowboys have lost 19 straight games against top 25 opponents since 2002 and shouldn't be competitive tonight against a Fresno State team that features quarterback Derek Carr. He ranks second nationally in both passing yards per game and touchdowns, and has a trio of receivers in Davante Adams, Josh Harper and Isaiah Burse that have racked up a ton of receptions and yardage. Lay the points.

2013 COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 11 FREE PICK: FRESNO STATE BULLDOGS -9

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