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Betting trends for college football this weekend

The Gold Sheet handicapper Bruce Marshall provides the Review-Journal with college football tech notes and trends from Goldsheet.com:

Brigham Young at Utah State: The Cougars are on an 0-5 slump against the spread, but have won three of the last four meetings against the Aggies. Utah State is on a 6-15 ATS slide. Edge: Slight to BYU.

Southern California at Washington State: Cougars coach Mike Leach is 9-3 ATS in his last 12 as an underdog. The Trojans are 3-9 ATS in their last 12 road games. Edge: Washington State.

Memphis at Central Florida: The Tigers are on a 2-6 spread slide on the road. Knights coach Scott Frost is 10-5 ATS with Central Florida, including 5-2 ATS at home. Edge: Central Florida.

Syracuse at North Carolina State: Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren was 12-4 ATS as a favorite the past two seasons. Edge: N.C. State.

Baylor at Kansas State: Wildcats coach Bill Snyder is 8-5 ATS in his last 13 as a Big 12 host and has covered three of the last four vs. Baylor. Edge: Kansas State.

Iowa at Michigan State: Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz is on a 9-2-1 ATS run on the road. Edge: Iowa.

Florida State at Wake Forest: Demon Deacons coach Dave Clawson is on a 7-2 ATS run overall, 7-1 as an underdog and 7-4 as a home underdog. He also has covered easily the past two years vs. the Seminoles. Edge: Wake Forest.

Georgia at Tennessee: Vols coach Butch Jones is on a 3-8-2 ATS slide. The underdog has covered five straight in the series. Edge: Slight to Georgia.

Colorado at UCLA: The underdog has covered the last four in the series. Bruins coach Jim Mora is 6-12 ATS as Rose Bowl chalk since 2014. The Buffaloes are on a 7-2 ATS run as road underdogs. Edge: Colorado.

California at Oregon: Golden Bears coach Justin Wilcox is 3-0 ATS as an underdog for California. The Ducks are 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings. Edge: California.

San Jose State at UNLV: The Spartans have won all four meetings against UNLV since joining the Mountain West. But San Jose State is on a 3-14 ATS slide as a visiting underdog. Edge: UNLV.

Mississippi State at Auburn: Mississippi State is on a 9-3 ATS run as a visiting underdog. Edge: Mississippi State.

Clemson at Virginia Tech: The Hokies have covered seven straight vs. FBS foes and are 4-1 ATS in their last five as an Atlantic Coast Conference host. The Tigers are on a 5-9 ATS slide as visiting chalk. Edge: Virginia Tech.

Air Force at New Mexico: Bob Davie is 5-0 ATS vs. the Falcons since taking over the Lobos in 2012. Edge: New Mexico.

Oklahoma State at Texas Tech: The road team has covered the last four in the series. Texas Tech is 6-2-1 ATS in its last nine at home. Edge: Slight to Texas Tech.

Arizona State at Stanford: The Sun Devils are on a 1-5-1 ATS slide on the road. Edge: Stanford.

UNR at Fresno State: The Bulldogs are on an 8-2 ATS run overall and 5-2 ATS in their last seven meetings with the Wolf Pack. Edge: Fresno State.

Northern Illinois at San Diego State: The Huskies are on a 9-1-1 ATS run overall and 6-1 ATS run as a visiting underdog. The Aztecs are 0-3 ATS in their last three as Qualcomm chalk. Edge: Northern Illinois.

Colorado State at Hawaii: The Rams have covered eight of their last nine as visitors. Hawaii is on a 1-10 ATS slide as a Mountain West host. Edge: Colorado State.

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