Sports gambling odds will still favor the Trojans in the 2010 Pac-10 football season with the sports gambling lines despite Carroll’s departure as USC ranked atop the league for recruiting. New head coach Lane Kiffin was a top assistant at USC when Carroll started there and returned in January to make an immediate impact with the sports gambling odds as the hauled in a highly touted class that was arguably the best in the nation according to those who bet the sports gambling lines.
USC will again be labeled a powerhouse at internet sportsbooks. USC’s cross town rivals, the UCLA Bruins, had the second best recruiting class in the Pac-10 and will be favored with the sports gambling odds to compete with USC for the conference crown.
UCLA’s class was also highly regarded nationally with the sports gambling odds as it ranked eighth best in the country. UCLA finished the 2009 season 7-6 straight up and 7-6 with the sports gambling odds but finished with a much needed bowl win to build momentum for 2010.
The Cal Bears had a disappointing season with the sports gambling odds as they finished 8-5 straight up and 6-7 against the spread. Cal looks ready to get back on track with the sports gambling odds, however, as they scored the third rated class in the Pac-10 for National Signing Day.
Oregon and Stanford also look to be ready to continue to win with the sports gambling odds. Oregon is the defending Pac-10 Conference champion and had the fourth ranked recruiting class for 2010.
The Ducks were 10-3 straight up and 7-6 against the spread last year. Stanford was right behind Oregon with a solid class that will be able to maintain the new found momentum built under super star head coach Jim Harbaugh. Stanford finished 8-5 both straight up and against the spread for 2009.
Oregon State had the most disappointing class as they ranked last in the league after nearly making the Rose Bowl before their epic loss to Oregon in the final game of the regular season.