The Pi-Rate Ratings

August 29, 2012

PiRate Ratings For College Week 1: August 30-September 3, 2012

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Welcome back to the PiRate Ratings.  Wasn’t it yesterday that the New York Giants were winning the Super Bowl?  My, how time flies when you are getting old. 

 

For those of you new to this site, we are a combination sports’ ratings site, sports’ commentary site, and even occasionally a political and nutritional pundit site.

 

Beginning today, we release our initial college football ratings and spreads for week one of the college season.

 

The NFL ratings and spreads will be released next Tuesday, September 4.

 

At some point after both party conventions have concluded, and the respective bounces have been reflected in six major polls, we will begin handicapping the 2012 Presidential race as well as the key Senate races, and a general look at the House races.

 

Before we reveal the new ratings and spreads for this week, we have a couple of announcements:

 

1. We do not advocate using these ratings for the purpose of wagering money.  We don’t want to see you unable to pay your internet connection bills after you lose everything.  If we were to take a vacation in Las Vegas at one of the Sportsbooks, we would never rely on these ratings to wager. 

 

2. The PiRate Ratings are happy and proud to be included in Todd Beck’s “Prediction Tracker” and Kenneth Massey’s College Football Comparison.  You can find links to both excellent sites in the upper right corner of this website.

 

3. It was brought to our attention by one of our Cheesehead friends in Wisconsin that the PiRate Ratings finished in first place against the spread in the NFL Prediction Tracker Ratings.  At first, we thought he was joking, but apparently we actually did turn the trick.  Still, we do not advocate using our ratings for that purpose, even though they are 90%+ predictive ratings and less than 10% retrodictive ratings.

 

How The “Smarts” Beat The Sportsbooks

We have been sitting on this information for several years, but since an insider who used to supply information to us is no longer in the game, we have permission to reveal this information.

 

You have probably heard that it is impossible to beat the sportsbooks over time, because their 10% vigorish always gets you in the end.  You may be able to win one season, but over the course of time, you will slowly lose your money to the books.  If you are not familiar with how a standard wager works, you put up $11 to the books’ $10.  Let’s say you want to make a bet to win $100.  If your team covers the spread, you win $100.  If your team fails to cover the spread, you are out $110.  This means that you must win better than 11 out of 21 times to make a profit (52.4%).  Most people will win half of the time, so your return on investment will be -5%.  The books actually don’t want you to lose more than 5%, because you won’t stay a customer for long.  Just lose 5% every week, and they are happy knowing you believe you are close to coming up with the magic formula.

 

There actually is a magic formula, but unless you are a Cal Tech mathematics genius that can program a computer to figure almost anything, you are not going to figure it out.  There are a select handful of professional bettors that have access to such computer programs.  They can input more data into these computers than you could ever dream up on your own.  Obvious things like comparable scores, total yardage, yards per point, and home field advantage would not give you much of an edge.  However, these computers use inside information, such as player X’s blocking ability against the run, or team Y’s tendency to protect a lead and play conservatively, but only against certain other teams.

 

Most of the computer ratings you see online stay within a range of 45-55% against the spread.  Half of these ratings are not even designed to beat the spread, and they actually are successful if they finish 50% against the line.  The select elite computer does not beat the spread 70% of the time (when you see any service claiming this, run away as fast as you can, because you are being conned).  These computers hit on the right team between 60 and 65% of the time.  It selects a minimal amount of games every week, sometimes no plays and seldom more than seven in a week.  All these heavy hitters want to do is win three out of five games, so over time they can do to the books what the books are doing to the rest of the public.

 

If these bettors won 70% of their wagers, there would be no way to get action on any games, because they would be cut off.  As it is, they have to find people that appear to have no connection with them to place wagers for them (sort of like couriers).  They give these representatives a cut of the action for winning and do not take anything away from them if they lose.  Over time, the books get wise and figure out who is betting on the smart side every week and bans these couriers.  Sometimes, a courier can be a good enough actor to keep from being caught. 

 

Here is one sure way to get caught.  I will use the example that I know about in the here and now.  Let us look at ESPN’s nationally televised opening college football game of the season.  South Carolina plays Vanderbilt in Nashville on Thursday, August 30.

 

During the summer, a few of the books set an opening line of South Carolina -8.  One super computer believed this spread to be off by two points.  Just two points is enough to trigger an immediate deposit of six figures in a game like this.  Also, when the smart guys run to make several wagers on a game like this, the line moves immediately.  The smart money went to all the outlets where they could get action through their couriers.  They put a lot of dough on the Commodores through multiple $10,000, $25,000, and $50,000 wagers, whatever they were allowed to wager on Vanderbilt +8.

 

Within a couple of days, the line dropped to South Carolina -4.  This four point swing was exactly what these smarts wanted.  At USC -4, the spread was now two point off in the other direction.  So what did these geniuses do?  They sent their couriers out to bet the other side and take South Carolina -4.  The sportsbooks do not like this one bit and do not take kindly to such a move like this by the smarts.  They will lose more money than they care to lose if the South Carolina wins by 5, 6, or 7.  6 and 7 are magic numbers in football, because so many games are decided by 6 or 7 points. 

 

Assuming the same amount of money is wagered in both bets (which is what they do), let us look at a smart play like this.  Six possible outcomes can affect these two wagers—Vanderbilt +8 and South Carolina -4:

 

1. Vanderbilt wins or loses by less than 4 (smarts go 1-1)

2. South Carolina wins by more than 8 (smarts go 1-1)

3. South Carolina wins by 3 or less. (smarts go 1-1)

4. South Carolina wins by 4 (smarts go 1-0 with a push)

5. South Carolina wins by 8 (smarts go 1-0 with a push)

6. South Carolina wins by 5, 6, or 7 (smarts go 2-0)

 

If the Smarts go 1-1, they are out 5% of their investment.  They win one bet and lose the other. 

 

Example: If you bet both games at $110 to win $100, you win $100 and lose $110, which means you are out $10 on $200 wagered or 5%.

 

If the Smarts go 1-0 with a push, they win 100% on their win and lose nothing on the push for a return of 50% on their investment.

 

If they win both bets, then they have won 100% of their investment and have broken the books. 

 

Without factoring in the possibility of a push in one game, all these smart money players have to do in these type of wagers is win both sides just one time in 19 tries If they lose 18 times, they are out 5% * 18 or 90%.  If they win 100% on the 19th time, then they have a profit.  When the spread swing by four points and allows both sides to be bet so that the smart guys can get both 6 and 7 points on both wagers, they are going to win a lot more than once in 19 tries, especially if their computer shows the spread to be 6.

 

You cannot take advantage of this, because you do not have access to the computer that shows the spread to be 6 points.  You had no clue that the spread on the game would drop from 8 to 4 in five days, because you cannot cause it to change when you wager $10 on the game. 

 

If you want to become a “smart,” keep the $10 in your pocket and just enjoy the game.

 

The College PiRate Ratings for Wednesday, August 29, 2012

#

Team

PiRate

1

L S U

131.4

2

Oklahoma

130.6

3

U S C

130.5

4

Alabama

126.5

5

Oklahoma St.

125.2

6

Michigan

123.1

7

Oregon

122.1

8

Texas

121.4

9

Florida St.

120.0

10

Kansas St.

119.9

11

Arkansas

119.5

12

Stanford

119.1

13

Georgia 

118.6

14

Notre Dame

118.4

15

Wisconsin

118.4

16

Nebraska

117.6

17

S. Carolina

117.3

18

Florida 

116.1

19

Tennessee

115.5

20

Clemson

115.0

21

Missouri

114.3

22

Michigan St.

113.8

23

OhioState

113.7

24

Texas A&M

113.2

25

West Virginia

113.0

26

Va. Tech

111.8

27

Texas Tech

111.8

28

Baylor

111.6

29

Utah

111.6

30

Auburn

111.5

31

T C U

111.2

32

Vanderbilt

110.6

33

U C L A

110.5

34

California

109.1

35

N. Carolina

109.0

36

Miss.State

108.6

37

B Y U

108.2

38

S. Florida

108.0

39

Georgia Tech

107.4

40

Pittsburgh

107.1

41

Rutgers

106.5

42

Oregon St.

106.0

43

Illinois

105.9

44

Houston

105.9

45

IowaState

105.9

46

Washington

105.8

47

Arizona

105.6

48

Louisville

105.3

49

Tulsa

104.9

50

Iowa

104.2

51

Purdue

103.3

52

N.C.State

103.1

53

Boise St.

103.1

54

Boston Coll.

102.9

55

Washington St.

102.1

56

Kansas

101.7

57

La. Tech

101.1

58

Ole Miss

100.8

59

U C F

100.5

60

Connecticut

100.3

61

Cincinnati

100.2

62

Virginia

100.0

63

Minnesota

99.5

64

Miami

99.3

65

Arizona St.

99.3

66

WakeForest

98.6

67

Duke

98.4

68

Northwestern

98.3

69

Sou. Miss.

98.3

70

S M U

97.9

71

PennState

97.7

72

Nevada

97.6

73

Syracuse

96.5

74

Maryland

95.6

75

Kentucky

95.2

76

Ohio U

94.8

77

W M U

94.6

78

Marshall

94.3

79

Toledo

93.6

80

E C U

93.6

81

Miami (O)

93.5

82

B G U

93.0

83

Indiana

92.9

84

Colorado

92.6

85

N I U

92.1

86

Army

92.1

87

S.D.State

92.0

88

WesternKy.

92.0

89

F I U

92.0

90

Wyoming

91.8

91

Fresno St.

91.7

92

Utah St.

91.3

93

Navy

91.1

94

U T E P

90.2

95

U L L

89.6

96

C M U

89.3

97

Rice

89.0

98

Kent St.

88.7

99

Ball St.

88.6

100

Ark.State

88.6

101

Temple

88.0

102

S.J.State

87.6

103

E M U

87.2

104

Colo.State

86.9

105

N. Texas

86.0

106

Air Force

85.9

107

U L M

85.5

108

Troy

83.5

109

Hawaii

82.9

110

Buffalo

82.6

111

U A B

81.9

112

Idaho

80.8

113

Tulane

79.9

114

New Mexico

79.4

115

UNLV

77.5

116

N. Mex.State

75.9

117

F A U

75.8

118

Memphis

75.7

119

MTSU

75.1

120

UTSA

74.1

121

Texas St.

73.6

122

S. Alabama

73.0

123

U. Mass.

69.5

124

Akron

69.2

 

 

The PiRate Vintage Ratings

#

Team

Vintage

1

L S U

120

2

Alabama

119

3

U S C

118

4

Oklahoma

117

5

Oregon

116

6

Georgia  

116

7

Michigan

116

8

Florida St.

115

9

S. Carolina

114

10

OhioState

114

11

Clemson

113

12

Texas

113

13

Notre Dame

113

14

Wisconsin

112

15

Arkansas

112

16

California

112

17

Florida 

111

18

Nebraska

111

19

Stanford

111

20

Michigan St.

110

21

B Y U

110

22

Utah

110

23

N.C.State

110

24

Kansas St.

110

25

Oklahoma St.

109

26

Va. Tech

109

27

Georgia Tech

109

28

Tennessee

109

29

Louisville

109

30

U C L A

108

31

Missouri

108

32

N. Carolina

108

33

Arizona

108

34

T C U

107

35

West Virginia

107

36

Pittsburgh

107

37

Iowa

107

38

Washington

107

39

Boston Coll.

107

40

Purdue

107

41

S. Florida

106

42

Miss.State

106

43

Tulsa

105

44

Illinois

105

45

Auburn

105

46

Texas A&M

105

47

Oregon St.

105

48

Virginia

105

49

Rutgers

104

50

Texas Tech

104

51

Boise St.

103

52

Miami

103

53

S M U

103

54

Vanderbilt

103

55

Arizona St.

103

56

Duke

103

57

Cincinnati

102

58

U C F

102

59

PennState

102

60

Nevada

101

61

La. Tech

101

62

Northwestern

100

63

Baylor

100

64

Houston

100

65

Washington St.

100

66

Maryland

100

67

Kentucky

100

68

Connecticut

99

69

WakeForest

99

70

Ole Miss

99

71

Sou. Miss.

98

72

Ohio U

98

73

Syracuse

97

74

Air Force

97

75

Indiana

97

76

Minnesota

97

77

Army

97

78

Utah St.

96

79

W M U

96

80

IowaState

96

81

Marshall

96

82

Colorado

96

83

E C U

95

84

Fresno St.

95

85

S.J.State

95

86

Navy

94

87

WesternKy.

94

88

Toledo

94

89

S.D.State

94

90

U T E P

93

91

F I U

93

92

Miami (O)

93

93

B G U

92

94

N I U

92

95

Kansas

92

96

Colo.State

92

97

Temple

91

98

U A B

91

99

Troy

91

100

C M U

91

101

Idaho

91

102

E M U

90

103

Tulane

89

104

U L L

89

105

Wyoming

89

106

Ball St.

88

107

Ark.State

87

108

MTSU

87

109

Buffalo

87

110

Kent St.

87

111

Hawaii

87

112

Rice

86

113

U L M

85

114

Memphis

84

115

N. Texas

84

116

Akron

84

117

New Mexico

83

118

Texas St.

83

119

F A U

82

120

N. Mex.State

81

121

UNLV

80

122

U. Mass.

79

123

S. Alabama

78

124

UTSA

77

 

 

Ratings By Conference

Atlantic Coast Conference

Atlantic Division

 

 

 

 

Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

FloridaState

0-0

0-0

120.0

115

Clemson  

0-0

0-0

115.0

113

North CarolinaState

0-0

0-0

103.1

110

BostonCollege

0-0

0-0

102.9

107

WakeForest

0-0

0-0

98.6

99

Maryland

0-0

0-0

95.6

100

       

 

Coastal Division

 

 

 

 

Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Virginia Tech

0-0

0-0

111.8

109

North Carolina

0-0

0-0

109.0

108

Georgia Tech

0-0

0-0

107.4

109

Virginia

0-0

0-0

100.0

105

Miami-FL

0-0

0-0

99.3

103

Duke

0-0

0-0

98.4

103

       

 

       

 

Conference Means

105.92

 

105.09

107

 

 

Big East Conference

 

 

 

 

 

Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

South Florida

0-0

0-0

108.0

106

Pittsburgh

0-0

0-0

107.1

107

Rutgers

0-0

0-0

106.5

104

Louisville

0-0

0-0

105.3

109

Connecticut

0-0

0-0

100.3

99

Cincinnati

0-0

0-0

100.2

102

Syracuse

0-0

0-0

96.5

97

Temple

0-0

0-0

88.0

91

 

 

 

   
 

 

 

   
Conference Means

101.681

 

101.49

102

 

 

Big Ten

         
Leaders Division      

 

Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Wisconsin  

0-0

0-0

118.4

112

OhioState

0-0

0-0

113.7

114

Illinois

0-0

0-0

105.9

105

Purdue

0-0

0-0

103.3

107

PennState

0-0

0-0

97.7

102

Indiana

0-0

0-0

92.9

97

         
Legends Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Michigan

0-0

0-0

123.1

116

Nebraska

0-0

0-0

117.6

111

MichiganState

0-0

0-0

113.8

110

Iowa

0-0

0-0

104.2

107

Minnesota

0-0

0-0

99.5

97

Northwestern

0-0

0-0

98.3

100

         
Conference Means

106.933

 

107.37

107

 

 

Big 12

         
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Oklahoma

0-0

0-0

130.6

117

OklahomaState  

0-0

0-0

125.2

109

Texas

0-0

0-0

121.4

113

KansasState

0-0

0-0

119.9

110

West Virginia

0-0

0-0

113.0

107

Texas Tech

0-0

0-0

111.8

104

Baylor

0-0

0-0

111.6

100

T C U

0-0

0-0

111.2

107

IowaState

0-0

0-0

105.9

96

Kansas

0-0

0-0

101.7

92

         
 

 

 

   
Conference Means

110.365

 

115.23

106

 

 

Conference USA

East Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Central Florida

0-0

0-0

100.5

102

Southern Mississippi  

0-0

0-0

98.3

98

Marshall

0-0

0-0

94.3

96

East Carolina

0-0

0-0

93.6

95

U A B

0-0

0-0

81.9

91

Memphis

0-0

0-0

75.7

84

         
West Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Houston

0-0

0-0

105.9

100

Tulsa

0-0

0-0

104.9

105

S M U

0-0

0-0

97.9

103

U T E P

0-0

0-0

90.2

93

Rice

0-0

0-0

89.0

86

Tulane

0-0

0-0

79.9

89

         
         
Conference Means

93.9208

 

92.68

95

 

 

Independents

         
Team

 

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Notre Dame  

0-0

118.4

113

B Y U  

0-0

108.2

110

Army  

0-0

92.1

97

Navy  

0-0

91.1

94

         
         
Conference Means

102.975

 

102.45

104

 

 

Mid American Conference

East Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Ohio U

0-0

0-0

94.8

98

Miami (O)

0-0

0-0

93.5

93

Bowling Green

0-0

0-0

93.0

92

Kent St.

0-0

0-0

88.7

87

Buffalo

0-0

0-0

82.6

87

Massachusetts

0-0

0-0

69.5

79

Akron

0-0

0-0

69.2

84

         
West Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Western Michigan

0-0

0-0

94.6

96

Toledo

0-0

0-0

93.6

94

Northern Illinois  

0-0

0-0

92.1

92

Central Michigan

0-0

0-0

89.3

91

BallState

0-0

0-0

88.6

88

Eastern Michigan

0-0

0-0

87.2

90

         
         
Conference Means

88.7577

 

87.44

90

 

 

Mountain West Conference

         
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

BoiseState

0-0

0-0

103.1

103

Nevada

0-0

0-0

97.6

101

San DiegoState

0-0

0-0

92.0

94

Wyoming

0-0

0-0

91.8

89

FresnoState

0-0

0-0

91.7

95

ColoradoState

0-0

0-0

86.9

92

Air Force

0-0

0-0

85.9

97

Hawaii

0-0

0-0

82.9

87

New Mexico

0-0

0-0

79.4

83

UNLV

0-0

0-0

77.5

80

 

 

 

   
Conference Means

90.49

 

88.88

92.10

 

 

Pac-12 Conference

North Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Oregon  

0-0

0-0

122.1

116

Stanford

0-0

0-0

119.1

111

California

0-0

0-0

109.1

112

OregonState

0-0

0-0

106.0

105

Washington

0-0

0-0

105.8

107

WashingtonState

0-0

0-0

102.1

100

         
South Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

U S C

0-0

0-0

130.5

118

Utah

0-0

0-0

111.6

110

U C L A

0-0

0-0

110.5

108

Arizona

0-0

0-0

105.6

108

ArizonaState

0-0

0-0

99.3

103

Colorado

0-0

0-0

92.6

96

         
         
Conference Means

108.679

 

109.53

108

 

 

Southeastern Conference

East Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Georgia

0-0

0-0

118.6

116

South Carolina

0-0

0-0

117.3

114

Florida

0-0

0-0

116.1

111

Tennessee

0-0

0-0

115.5

109

Missouri

0-0

0-0

114.3

108

Vanderbilt

0-0

0-0

110.6

103

Kentucky

0-0

0-0

95.2

100

         
West Division        
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

L S U  

0-0

0-0

131.4

120

Alabama

0-0

0-0

126.5

119

Arkansas

0-0

0-0

119.5

112

Texas A&M

0-0

0-0

113.2

105

Auburn

0-0

0-0

111.5

105

MississippiState

0-0

0-0

108.6

106

Ole Miss

0-0

0-0

100.8

99

         
         
Conference Means

111.646

 

114.22

109

 

 

Sunbelt Conference

         
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Western Kentucky

0-0

0-0

92.0

94

Florida International

0-0

0-0

92.0

93

U. of Louisiana

0-0

0-0

89.6

89

ArkansasState  

0-0

0-0

88.6

87

North Texas

0-0

0-0

86.0

84

Louisiana-Monroe

0-0

0-0

85.5

85

Troy

0-0

0-0

83.5

91

FloridaAtlantic

0-0

0-0

75.8

82

Middle Tennessee

0-0

0-0

75.1

87

South Alabama

0-0

0-0

73.0

78

         
         
Conference Means

85.555

 

84.11

87

 

 

Western Athletic Conference

         
Team

Conf.

Overall

Rating

Vintage

Louisiana Tech  

0-0

0-0

101.1

101

UtahState

0-0

0-0

91.3

96

San JoseState

0-0

0-0

87.6

95

Idaho

0-0

0-0

80.8

91

New MexicoState

0-0

0-0

75.9

81

U T S A

0-0

0-0

74.1

77

TexasState

0-0

0-0

73.6

83

         
         
Conference Means

86.3143

 

83.49

89

 

 

As you can tell, we have a new rating this season—the PiRate Vintage Rating.  This is actually a modification of our old pre-computer formula from 30+ years ago.  It was found during spring cleaning in a basement, and we modified it to 21st Century standard by spitting the data into a mathematical formula.

 

We have one new twist to our spreads this year.  We always include home-field advantage into our ratings.  It can be different every week.  For instance, If USC plays at UCLA, there is a totally different homefield advantage for the Bruins than if Syracuse plays at UCLA.

 

Beginning this season, road disadvantage has been added to the spread.  When Illinois hosts somebody like UMass, UMass will be more at a disadvantage than if Illinois hosted Ball State.

 

Also, we have a formula that adjusts the spread based on injuries to starters.  It is a set amount based on the position, so there are kinks to work out since Matt Barkley is worth more points if lost to USC than Barry Brunetti would be worth if lost to Ole Miss.

 

Without further adieu, here are the ratings’ spreads for week one.

This Week’s Games

 

 

 

 

 

Favorite

Underdog

PiRate

Vintage

Line

Thursday, August 30

 

 

 

South Carolina

VANDERBILT

3.8

8.0

6 1/2

Central Florida

AKRON

29.3

16.0

24   

BALL STATE

Eastern Michigan

3.4

0

3 1/2

CONNECTICUT

Massachusetts

33.3

22.5

24 1/2

U c l a

RICE

18.5

19

16 1/2

B Y U

Washington State

9.4

13.5

12 1/2

Minnesota

U N L V

18.4

13.5

8 1/2

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, August 31

 

 

 

Tennessee   (N)

North Carolina State

9.9

-3.5

3   

MICHIGAN STATE

Boise State

13.7

10

7   

STANFORD

San Jose State

33.5

18

25 1/2

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, September 1

 

 

 

Notre Dame (N)

Navy

30.3

22

15 1/2

WEST VIRGINIA

Marshall

20.7

13

25   

PENN STATE

Ohio U

4.9

6

6   

SYRACUSE

Northwestern

1.2

0

-1 1/2

OHIO STATE

Miami (O)

24.2

25

23   

ILLINOIS

Western Michigan

15.1

13

10   

IOWA STATE

Tulsa

4.0

-6

-1 1/2

CALIFORNIA

Nevada

14.5

14

11   

NEBRASKA

Southern Mississippi

23.3

17

20   

BOSTON COLLEGE

Miami (Fla)

6.6

7

-2   

Iowa  (N)

Northern Illinois

12.1

15

10   

Colorado  (N)

Colorado State

5.7

4

6 1/2

GEORGIA

Buffalo

39.8

33

37 1/2

FLORIDA

Bowling Green

27.1

23

29   

TEXAS

Wyoming

33.1

27.5

30   

HOUSTON

Texas State

35.3

20

36 1/2

Clemson  (N)

Auburn

7.5

8

3 1/2

SOUTHERN CAL

Hawaii

51.1

34.5

40   

Alabama  (N)

Michigan

3.4

3

13 1/2

Rutgers

TULANE

26.6

15

20   

Oklahoma

U T E P

38.4

22

30 1/2

ARIZONA

Toledo

15.2

17

10   

WASHINGTON

San Diego State

16.2

15.5

14 1/2

UAB

Troy

0.4

2

-6   

DUKE

Florida Int’l

8.9

12.5

3 1/2

L S U

North Texas

49.4

40

43   

OREGON

Arkansas State

38.0

33.5

35 1/2

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, September 2

 

 

 

LOUISVILLE

Kentucky

12.9

12

13 1/2

BAYLOR

S m u

16.2

-.5

10   

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, September 3

 

 

 

VIRGINIA TECH

Georgia Tech

7.9

3.5

7 1/2

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