Kickoff from Sun Devils Stadium is slated for 10:00 PM. Stanford will be looking to notch their second straight Pac-10 victory to open up the season, while Arizona State looks to begin their march to the Rose Bowl in January.
Stanford has something to prove in this match-up, as they have been run off the field by a combined score of 79-6 over the past two seasons against the Sun Devils. The Cardinal were one of the more impressive teams in the first week of college football action.
Facing a football betting line of +2.5, Stanford responded by running all over the Oregon State Beavers en route to their 36-28 victory. NCAA football betting fans that backed the Cardinal picked up an easy ‘W’, as Stanford rushed for 210 yards on an OSU defense that simply had no answers for its ground attack.
If Stanford can keep this type of offense up, they should have no problems pushing several games ‘over’ the ‘total’ in ’08. ‘Under’ bettors never really had a chance last week, as the game with the Beavers appeared to be going ‘over’ the 45-point ‘total’ from the get-go.
HC Dennis Erickson will look to continue to build upon last year’s success in Pac-10 play this week after his Sun Devils knocked off Northern Arizona 30-13 in the opening week of the college football betting season.
There were no NCAA odds on the game. QB Rudy Carpenter was fantastic, completing 22/28 passes for 388 yards and a touchdown. ASU went 6-3 SU in conference last season, but were just 4-5 ATS for their football bettors. NCAA odds makers have set the Sun Devils as 14-point home favorites in this Pac-10 scuffle, with a ‘total’ set at 53.5.
The two-touchdown spread is hefty considering ASU only beat two conference teams by more than that number last season. Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook is your home for all of your football betting needs, whether it be spread, moneyline, or ‘total’ wagering.
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