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Sports Gambling - Pac 10 Flipped in 2009

Sports gambling fans saw that the old way of college football with the Pac 10 Conference would not work in 2009 as USC’s domination ended.

Sports gambling handicappers were stunned to see USC fall to 8-4 straight up and with an online sports gambling record of 3-9 against the spread in 2009. Sports gambling has long considered USC as the closest thing to an online sports gambling sure thing when it came to picking a winner of the Pac 10 but the Men of Troy have a lot of work to do this off season as not only were they significant sports betting overlays but they were also dominated by Oregon and Stanford in shocking fashion.

USC has been one of the most dominant sports gambling commodities in college football and that has made them a huge draw for casual college football bettors looking for a strong name brand team.

USC’s excellence has forced the rest of the Pac 10 to step up their game and improve and this year saw that happen as Oregon, Arizona, Oregon State, and Stanford all finished ahead of USC in the conference standings.  USC suffered blowouts ports gambling losses this year to Oregon 20-47 and to Stanford 21-55.

USC has lost a game here or there but was not dominated in such fashion for the longest time.  Oregon ended up as the conference champion with an impressive sports gambling season that ended with a record of 10-2 straight up and 7-5 against the spread.

The highlight for the Ducks was their win in the ‘Civil War’ over Oregon State to win the Rose Bowl bid.  Oregon is a sports gambling commodity to keep an eye on for the future.  Arizona has made steady progress with head coach Mike Stoops and earned their second consecutive 8-win sports gambling season.

Arizona has also defeated USC in the past two consecutive sports gambling seasons and will be another program to keep an eye on.  Stanford was the most enjoyable team to follow in the Pac 10 as they play old school smash mouth football with head coach Jim Harbaugh, who played for the legendary Bo Schembechler.

Stanford’s physical play was the difference in their 8-4 record.  The lesson of the Pac 10 this year was that a gambler could not get attached to the past and the future will be a challenge to handicap!