All the major college football line moves of the past 24 hours. Get an analysis on all the big games this weekend and the betting action surrounding them.
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College Football Picks
313 West Virginia/314 Kansas State- Some money for Kansas State. West Virginia goes from -6.5 to -5.5 and -6. Interesting situation for Kansas State. Many believe this will be long time and legendary coach Bill Snyder’s last game at the helm of Kansas State. Snyder himself has said he will announce his intentions whether to stay or retire once the season has concluded. Also, right now Kansas State has 5 wins. Some teams will be bowl eligible at 5-7, Kansas State would likely be one of them. A win would lock up bowl eligibility. If Kansas State winds up 5-7 and gets invited to a bowl, Snyder said he will leave it up to his players to decide whether they go to a bowl game or not.
311 New Mexico State/312 UL Monroe- Quarterback questions on both teams here. Garret Smith is questionable for ULM, Andrew Allen for New Mexico State. The game is still not posted at all sportsbooks, but those who had it yesterday, had ULM -3. Money today for New Mexico State took it down to ULM -1. The action tells me the New Mexico State quarterback situation is in better hands than UL Monroe.
325 Florida/326 Alabama- More money trickling in on Alabama, pushing them from -17.5 to -18 in many places. All public, but as I have noted, no wiseguys are getting their way to take a big number on the dog with their college football picks. The total is hovering around 39.5/40, which means Florida is penciled in for about 11 points. Sounds about right.
327 Air Force/328 San Diego State- Money has come back in on San Diego State. When SD State QB Maxwell Smith went out, San Diego State went down from -6.5 to -4.5. Now plenty of public money is still on San Diego State, taking them right back to -6 or -6.5 on the college football odds board. Freshman Christian Chapman will get the start for San Diego State.
329 North Carolina/330 Clemson- Support for North Carolina has been strong from the beginning. Clemson is down to -4.5 with public and sharp money combined.