Early point spreads released for 8 Stanford football games this fall

Harry How

And it looks like Vegas loves the Cardinal

Some people say Gambling is bad. Unless you win, of course.

The Golden Nugget released some point spreads for the top 200 college football games of 2014, and Stanford is featured prominently among them, with eight games in that list.  Here are those spreads and how much Stanford is favored by in each contest:, except for the Oregon and UCLA games:

  • vs USC -3.5
  • at Notre Dame -6
  • at Arizona State -6.5
  • vs Oregon State -13
  • at Oregon +10
  • vs Utah -14
  • at Cal -17
  • at UCLA +3

I'm also intrigued by the USC and UCLA lines due to the fact that they're the tightest lines to bet. I'd bet anything that Stanford covers that -17 line over Cal too.

What do you think?

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