There is another exciting week of college football ahead of us as we approach the end of the college football season. The BCS National Title race is getting clearer, but still murky. Only one of the undefeated teams left atop the BCS standings is under any real threat this week, and that is No. 4 Baylor.
The Bears will take on the No. 10 Oklahoma State Cowboys on Saturday night. It will surely be an exciting game between two high scoring teams. The game between Baylor and Texas Tech showed a lot of offense and back and forth.
The rest of the undefeated teams shouldn’t face any real challenge this weekend. No. 1 Alabama is playing Chattanooga, an 8-3 team from the the FCS division (formerly known as Division I-AA). That shouldn’t pose any threat to their record. No. 2 Florida State plays a 1-9 Idaho team, that should be an easy game as well.
Still, we aren’t taking about games straight up. We’re talking about teams playing against the spread in college football. Picking a team to win straight up and against the spread are two different ball games. We will examining every match up with Top 25 teams this weekend and analyzing the spread and how to handle it.
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