The 11th week of the 2009 NCAA Football Season didn’t have many upsets, but some of the top teams still had close calls.
Bet College Football Tar Heels roll past
One of the bigger upsets on Saturday came in
North Carolina’s 33-24 win over
Miami was a 3-point road favorite according to online sportsbook SPORTSBETTING.com. 79 percent of the public bets went with the Hurricanes, but
North Carolina forced Jacory Harris to throw four interceptions while the Tar Heels didn’t commit a turnover to get the victory and ruin
Miami’s ACC title hopes. Knights stop
Houston offense was a 4-point road favorite heading to
Central Florida on Saturday. 85 percent of public bets went with the Cougars, but the Knights pulled out a 37-32 win. Three
Houston turnovers and a steady running game for the Knights behind Brynn Harvey led UCF to the victory. Case Keenum still thrown for 387 yards and three touchdowns for
Houston, but it wasn’t enough to get the win. Bears upset
Arizona Arizona was a 3-point underdog going into
Cal on Saturday, but the Wildcats were ranked 18th in the country and the Bears were playing without top star, Jahvid Best. 67 percent of public bets went with the
Arizona, but the Wildcats get couldn’t get going on offense, turning the ball over two times with less than 300 total yards in a 24-16 loss to
Cal. The Bears were still able to run the ball effectively behind Shane Vereen, who had 158 yards and a touchdown in the win. Cougars barely hang on
BYU was a 27-point favorite heading to winless
New Mexico on Sunday. 90 percent of the public bets went with BYU, but the Lobos gave the Cougars all they could handle in a 24-19 win for BYU. The Cougars had just one turnover and nearly 400 yards of offense, they just couldn’t find a way to score more points and allowed over 350 yards of offense to
New Mexico in the win. College Football Week 11 Notable Results: Team Score Odds Bet Final Houston 32 -4 Over: 69
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