VBR Against The Spread-Week 6

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Going into last week’s slate of games, no one was exactly thinking it was going to be a great day of football (relatively speaking, of course).  However, as it typically the case, the very average looking weekends always seem to give us some of the best games of the year.  In the five games VBR went against the spread on last week, we had an upset, a one point win, a 2nd half comeback, a game winning TD in the final minute, and a near major upset.  And for the second straight week, we had a perfect record.  Unfortunately for Corey, that was a perfect 0-5 mark.  Matt, Tim and Craig all went 2-3 on the weekend.  Tim still leads the pack at 13-12, with Matt at 10-15, Corey at 8-17, and Craig nearly out of the cellar at 7-18.  Before we move onto what should be a fantastic weekend of games, let’s recap the weekend that was.

Stanford (-7) 13 at Washington 17

Matt – Stanford (L)

Tim – Washington (W)

Craig – Stanford (L)

Corey – Stanford (L)

Ohio State 17 at Michigan State (-3) 16

Matt – Ohio State (W)

Tim – Michigan State (L)

Craig – Ohio State (W)

Corey – Michigan State (L)

Wisconsin 27 at Nebraska (-13.5) 30

Matt – Nebraska (L)

Tim – Nebraska (L)

Craig – Nebraska (L)

Corey – Nebraska (L)

Texas (-2.5) 41 at Oklahoma State 36

Matt – Texas (W)

Tim – Texas (W)

Craig – Texas (W)

Corey – Oklahoma State (L)

Tennessee 44 at Georgia (13.5) 51

Matt – Georgia (L)

Tim – Georgia (L)

Craig – Georgia (L)

Corey – Georgia (L)

This week’s point spreads are as of Monday night.

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Topics: Florida Gators, Football, Georgia Bulldogs, LSU Tigers, Michigan Wolverines, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Ohio State Buckeyes, Purdue Boilermakers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Texas Longhorns, West Virginia Mountaineers

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  • http://twitter.com/TimTolleyFS Tim Tolley

    Just realized that I went with “tooting the gamecocks horns” in my analysis.