Just came home from a county work session in time to see Wake Forest complete one of the worst goal-line sequences in college football history. If you didn't see it, I won't spoil it for you -- suffice to say Tony Franklin would've truly enjoyed it.
(Which reminds me: I had a few thoughts on Franklin typed out before the computer at work decided to erase them. So I've got nothing. For the best Franklin-related commentary or really anything Auburn, try Joe Cribbs Car Wash. He's also got several replacements in mind, as well.)
Anyway, we've got lines to throw out for this weekend -- Clemson-Wake is obviously locked out at this point, but we can give you Saturday, in all its glory.
Enough stalling. All lines courtesy NCAAFlines.com.
Louisville (-7) at Memphis
Texas (+7) vs. Oklahoma
East Carolina (-6.5) at Virginia
(Note: Weird season already for Skip Holtz -- he's only a 6.5 favorite at a thoroughly loathsome Virginia team. Strange.)
Colorado (+14) at Kansas
South Carolina (-2.5) at Kentucky
Kansas St. (-3) at Texas A&M
Vanderbilt (-3) at Mississippi St.
(Note: I like the Bullies in this one. Could explain but won't. Take them here and thank me Sunday when you're buying steak for dinner.)
Nebraska (+21) at Texas Tech
Tennessee (+13) at Georgia
Notre Dame (+8.5) at North Carolina
Michigan St. (-1.5) at Northwestern
Central Florida (+17) at Miami (Fla.)
Arkansas (+17) at Auburn
(Note: Weird line. Opened at 19 Monday and didn't move much, not even with the Franklin thing. Auburn can't move the ball, Arkansas can't stop anybody; Auburn's defense is rock-solid, Arkansas ... oh, whatever. Don't bet this one at all.)
Arizona (-7) at Stanford
Boise St. (-11) at Southern Miss
Oklahoma St. (+14.5) at Missouri
(Note: HOW DARE YOU MAKE MIKE GUNDY A 14-POINT UNDERDOG? HE'S A MAN!! HE'S 40!!! HE'S NOT A KID!!!)
Penn St. (-6) at Wisconsin
LSU (+6) at Florida
UCLA (+20) at Oregon
La. Tech (+7.5) at Hawai'i
And with that, enjoy the rest of the high-school football, tonight on ESPN.