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Week 10 college football odds: First look at Mountain West lines

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Taking a look at the early odds of Week 10 of Mountain West action.

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Army at Air Force (No line) TV: ESPNU, 12 p.m. ET: This game has no opening line or spread on it, but with Air Force sitting at 1-7 and Army at 3-5 it seems likely that Army should be the favorite in this game. One interesting note is that this is a 10 a.m. local kick off at Colorado Springs, Colo.

Hawaii at Utah State (-21) TV: CBS Sports Network, 4 p.m. ET: Hawaii is a bad team and is 0-7, but 21 points seems like a lot with the Aggies using a true freshman quarterback. However, Utah State did show quite dominant on the road against New Mexico two weeks back. My early pick would take Utah State to win but not cover.

San Jose State (-2.5) at UNLV TV: Mountain West Network, 4 p.m. ET: Both teams have been improving since the Rebels have won five of their last six games, and San Jose State has won their past three games. UNLV does not have a great home field advantage, but they have been playing better than San Jose State. Early prediction has UNLV not only covering but winning this game.

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Boise State (-10) at Colorado State TV: CBS Sports Network, 8 p.m. ET: Boise State had plenty of issues against BYU last week, and new starting quarterback Grant Hedrick was stifled against BYU's defense. Playing Colorado State should provide a breather, but this Rams defense is pretty solid, also they Rams have Kapri Bibbs. Look for Boise State to win the game, and right now I'd say the Rams can keep it within 10 points.

New Mexico at San Diego State (-17) TV: FOX Sports San Diego, Mountain West Network, ROOT SPORTS: The Aztecs have played a lot better after starting off 0-3, but has turned around and has won three of their last four games. The one loss was an overtime defeat against Fresno State. New Mexico has been inconsistent all year, and the way the Aztecs have been playing they should cover the 17 points.

Nevada at Fresno State (-23) TV: ESPNU, 10:30 p.m. ET: This seems quite a lot of points to be given to Fresno State, but then again Nevada's defense is not that great. David Carr and the Bulldogs are due for a rebound game, so my early prediction is that Fresno State will cover the points.

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