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Thu 8/31 701 Stephen F Austin +24
7:00PM (EST) 702 Tulsa -24

Thu 8/31 703 Wagner -10
7:00PM (EST) 704 La Salle +10

Thu 8/31 709 Hofstra -27
7:00PM (EST) 710 Stony Brook +27

Thu 8/31 713 Morehead State +22½
7:00PM (EST) 714 Western Illinois -22½

Thu 8/31 715 Rhode Island +27
7:30PM (EST) 716 Conneticut -27

Thu 8/31 719 Alcorn State +20
8:00PM (EST) 720 Louisiana-Monroe -20

Thu 8/31 723 Northern Iowa -20
8:00PM (EST) 724 Drake +20

Thu 8/31 729 Chattanooga pk
8:00PM (EST) 730 Tennessee Tech pk

Thu 8/31 731 Sacramento State +40
9:00PM (EST) 732 Boise State -40

Thu 8/31 733 Southwestern Louisiana +10½
9:00PM (EST) 734 New Mexico State -10½

Thu 8/31 735 Northern Arizona +35
10:00PM (EST) 736 Arizona State -35

Thu 8/31 737 Eastern Washington +21
10:00PM (EST) 738 Oregon State -21

Sat 9/2 761 Hampton +1½
12:00PM (EST) 762 Grambling State -1½

Sat 9/2 763 Montana +25
12:05PM (EST) 764 Iowa -25

Sat 9/2 765 Western Kentucky +31
12:30PM (EST) 766 Georgia -31

Sat 9/2 767 Gardner-Webb -12
12:30PM (EST) 768 Jacksonville +12

Sat 9/2 769 Indiana State +46
1:00PM (EST) 770 Purdue -46

Sat 9/2 771 Holy Cross -5½
1:00PM (EST) 772 Georgetown +5½

Sat 9/2 773 Colgate +11½
1:00PM (EST) 774 Massachusetts -11½

Sat 9/2 777 Robert Morris +20
1:00PM (EST) 778 Dayton -20

Sat 9/2 779 Florida A&M +1
1:00PM (EST) 780 Delaware State -1

Sat 9/2 781 Albany +25
1:00PM (EST) 782 Lehigh -25

Sat 9/2 783 St.Peter's +10
1:00PM (EST) 784 St.Francis PA -10

Sat 9/2 785 Davidson +17
1:00PM (EST) 786 VMI -17

Sat 9/2 789 Jacksonville State +16½
1:30PM (EST) 790 Furman -16½

Sat 9/2 793 Lafayette -21
2:00PM (EST) 794 Sacred Heart +21

Sat 9/2 797 UC-Davis -8½
3:35PM (EST) 798 Northern Colorado +8½

Sat 9/2 801 Marist +7
5:00PM (EST) 802 Central Connecticut State -7

Sat 9/2 803 Mississippi Valley State +6
5:00PM (EST) 804 Arkansas-Pine Bluff -6

Sat 9/2 805 Weber State +24
5:00PM (EST) 806 Colorado State -24

Sat 9/2 807 William & Mary +25½
6:00PM (EST) 808 Maryland -25½

Sat 9/2 809 Richmond +10
6:00PM (EST) 810 Duke -10

Sat 9/2 811 Appalachian State +21½
6:00PM (EST) 812 North Carolina State -21½

Sat 9/2 815 Morgan State +16½
6:00PM (EST) 816 Towson -16½

Sat 9/2 819 Monmouth +7
6:00PM (EST) 820 Fordham -7

Sat 9/2 823 Winston-Salem +4½
6:30PM (EST) 824 North Carolina A&T -4½

Sat 9/2 825 McNeese State +21½
7:00PM (EST) 826 South Florida -21½

Sat 9/2 827 Murray State +41
7:00PM (EST) 828 Missouri -41

Sat 9/2 829 Tennessee Martin +28
7:00PM (EST) 830 Ohio University -28

Sat 9/2 831 Missouri State +28
7:00PM (EST) 832 Oklahoma State -28

Sat 9/2 833 Citadel +35
7:00PM (EST) 834 Texas A&M -35

Sat 9/2 835 Eastern Illinois +18½
7:00PM (EST) 836 Illinois -18½

Sat 9/2 837 Northwestern State +24½
7:00PM (EST) 838 Kansas -24½

Sat 9/2 839 Elon +7
7:00PM (EST) 840 Coastal Carolina -7

Sat 9/2 843 Southeast Missouri State -25
7:00PM (EST) 844 Austin Peay +25

Sat 9/2 845 Bethune-Cookman -3
7:00PM (EST) 846 Southern University +3

Sat 9/2 847 Duquesne +7
7:00PM (EST) 848 Bucknell -7

Sat 9/2 851 Alabama A&M -5½
7:00PM (EST) 852 Tennessee State +5½

Sat 9/2 855 Illinois State +21½
7:10PM (EST) 856 Kansas State -21½

Sat 9/2 857 Eastern Kentucky +17½
7:30PM (EST) 858 Cincinnati -17½

Sat 9/2 861 Texas Southern pk
8:00PM (EST) 862 Prairie View A&M pk

Sat 9/2 865 Portland State +18½
8:30PM (EST) 866 New Mexico -18½
 
Couple of things that initially stand out. Most of the favorites are favored by a little more than I thought. Hampton / Grambling game is played on a neutral field. Hampton is ranked much higher than Grambling, yet Grambling is favored. Was hoping Iowa would be around 21, probably will still pop it.

Anything here stick out to anyone?
 
perhaps i dont understand cfb as much as i should....but i see osu and kstate on there...i'm assuming the line considers their opponent being in the 1-AA?
 
and another thing, i'm going to this game:

Sat 9/2 837 Northwestern State +24½
7:00PM (EST) 838 Kansas -24½


 
don't know about that doug, but they will definitly cover -21 or less vs idaho st, we'll see if they put a line out.
 
UGA is 33 pt favorites, if u tease that up there is no way they cover
 
I will look closer to the Duquense @ Bucknell game today. Intially it appears as if they have the wrong team favored.
 
TU's first foe features plenty of youngsters
By MIKE BROWN World Sports Writer
8/30/2006


'Jacks hope to improve defense, but only five linemen have game experience.

One of Robert McFarland's first priorities in rebuilding Stephen F. Austin's football program is bulking up a defensive unit that was one of the worst in Division I-AA during his first year at the helm.
The Lumberjacks rated 104th nationally in total defense and allowed more than 30 points eight times in a 5-6 campaign.
"We weren't at all happy with where we finished. We had a lot of personnel issues with what we're trying to accomplish. It starts in recruiting and we're trying to build some depth," McFarland said.
McFarland favors a 4-3 alignment, but the Lumberjacks went to a three-man front often in 2005 because they lacked sufficient numbers to do anything else. Opponents rushed for 183 yards per game.
Are they better in his second season? McFarland hired Darren Drago from Southland Conference rival Northwestern (La.) State to coach the defensive line and presented him with 16 candidates, nine more than last year.
But more doesn't necessarily mean better. All but five of the linemen are true freshmen and 13 have never played a collegiate down.
The Lumberjacks will have to grow up in a hurry when they visit the University of Tulsa on Thursday night in both teams' opener.
TU's offensive line has four seniors who started every game of the 2005 Conference USA championship campaign.
SFA does have a defensive strong suit. Keldrick Holman heads an all-senior secondary that intercepted 17 passes last year. Holman had six interceptions and received I-AA All-American honors.
The Lumberjacks were almost as good offensively as they were bad defensively. Senior quarterback Zeke Dixon threw for 2,407 yards and 20 touchdowns as SFA tried simply to outscore its foes. Among the highlights were a 27-21 overtime upset of Nicholls State, eventual conference champ.
Danny Southall is waiting in the wings to take over for Dixon. He threw for 704 yards and five touchdowns and actually started one game before breaking his leg. The 6-foot-3, 214-pounder is also a threat to run.
Though picked to finish last in the Southland for the second straight year, SFA has had winning seasons 11 of the past 13 years.
As a former SFA assistant, McFarland was part of the last conference championship team in 1999.
McFarland spent four years as a Central Florida assistant (2000-03) and watched TU's win over the Knights in last year's C-USA title game with great interest.
"I knew what kind of coach Steve Kragthorpe was from when I was here before and he was (a Texas A&M assistant). He was very impressive from listening to him speak. He's done an outstanding job at Tulsa and obviously he has that program going."

jimmyd: Tulsa strong suit is the running game. Very deep, and scary good. Tulsa is also rated as the #1 defense in C-USA. SAF last, and TU predited 1st in C-USA. They should be able to outdo SFA by 28. If you were planning on playing the game. I have no account at 5dimes.
 
unlv will cover large spreads with usc dropouts hell they are better than most players starting in top programs just assholes off the field
 
find it hard to believe NCSU is 21.5 pt favs at home to Appy St. Pack'll take this game, no doubt. but 21.5. thats a shit ton of points.

going to the game, i'll have to make a wager here. hurry up pinny.
 
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