NCAA Football Betting – Week 9 (10/31)

The Pinnacle Sportsbook features the best odds on online NCAA football betting for week 9. Barring a major reversal, No. 3 Texas can cash its ticket to the BCS National Championship by winning the rest of its games outright. The Longhorns get the biggest test of their remaining schedule when they take on No. 13 Oklahoma State at Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday night. Make sure to check back for the sharpest line on the game at the Pinnacle Sportsbook, home for the best odds on online college football betting for all of this weekend’s action.

NCAA Football Betting – Week 9 Preview

Texas (7-0, 2-4-1 ATS) is one of the best teams in the country, but it’s far from a profitable wager against the spread. The Longhorns did cover as 12.5-point road favourites in their 41-7 win at Missouri last week, but paydays have been few and far between for their punters this season. It won’t get any easier for Texas at Oklahoma State on Saturday, when it’ll be 8.5-point chalk.

The Cowboys (6-1, 3-2-1 ATS) have BCS aspirations of their own, and could sure make some noise by knocking off the Longhorns. Oklahoma backers are likely to be satisfied with a win against the number against Texas: The Cowboys are only 3-7 ATS (0-10 SU) in the last 10 meetings between the Big 12 rivals.

Over in the SEC, No. 24 Mississippi (5-2, 5-2 ATS) is laying 3.5 points for Saturday afternoon’s tilt at Auburn (5-3, 4-4 ATS), which has stumbled after an impressive start. The Tigers started the season with five straight wins SU, but fell 31-10 at LSU (-7.5) to lose their third in a row last Saturday.

The Rebels defeated the Tigers 17-7 at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium last year, covering as 6.5-point faves at Pinnacle Sports Betting Lines. Ole Miss cashed its third consecutive payday between the schools in the win, although it was its first victory on the College football scoreboard since back in 2003.

No. 25 Notre Dame (5-2, 2-5 ATS) is a huge 28-point favourite for its battle with Washington State (1-6, 4-3 ATS) at the Alamodome in San Antonio on Saturday night. The Fighting Irish slipped past Boston College 20-16 last week, but they fell to 1-5 ATS (4-2 SU) in their last six contests.

Despite their struggles, the Cougars have been profitable for bettors lately. Washington State (+36.5) took home the cash in its 49-17 drubbing at California last Saturday, and has now covered the spread in four of its last five games (1-4 SU). The Cougars will certainly have a ton of room to work with against the Irish on Saturday night.