Monday, November 05, 2007

Week 11

A busy week, so let's get right to it.

Tuesday: Central Michigan, leading the West Division of the Mid-American Conference, takes on Western Michigan. The Chippewas are three-point road favorites.

Wednesday: Another Mid-American tilt, as Ohio plays at Akron. Each team is coming off a Friday night game, and the visiting Bobcats are three-point favorites.

Thursday: West Virginia, a 15-point favorite, plays host to Louisville. The Cardinals handed the Mountaineers their first loss last season, 44-34, at Louisville. And Texas Christian, coming off an impressive shutout of New Mexico, travels to Provo and takes on Brigham Young. The Cougars are seven-point favorites.

Friday: Bowling Green, in the thick of the race in the East Division of the Mid-American, is a four-point favorite at Eastern Michigan. Disappointing Rutgers is back on the road, this time at Army. The Scarlet Knights are 18-point favorites over the Black Knights.

Saturday games of note: Virginia (+3.5) at Miami; Wake Forest (+8) at Clemson; Kentucky (-3.5) at Vanderbilt; Connecticut (+5) at Cincinnati; Air Force (-3) at Notre Dame; Arizona State (-6) at UCLA; Arkansas (-1) at Tennessee; Auburn (+1) at Georgia; Michigan (-2.5) at Wisconsin; Florida State (+6) at Virginia Tech; Texas Tech (+6.5) at Texas; Kansas (-5.5) at Oklahoma State; Florida (-6) at South Carolina and USC (-4) at California.

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