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NCAA Football Week 15 Lines Rundown – College Football Odds

December 5th, 2013 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on NCAA Football Week 15 Lines Rundown – College Football Odds
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Below (Bottom of Post) is the List of Complete Week 15 College Football Lines
Above The Week 15 Lines List You Will See An Analysis & Breakdown of the Biggest Games This Week
The complete list of lines (spreads/totals) w/ first half lines for all the week 15 conference championships.

Week 15 is here in the 2013 college football season.  Last week there was once again another unbeaten team that fell from the undefeated ranks as Alabama was defeated by Auburn in the Iron Bowl on one of the most memorable plays in college football history. The NCAA conference championships are here.  Check out the SEC Championship lines below.  The BCS picture will be final after this weekend.  As it stands, Ohio State and Florida State are set for the national championship game, but that could all change. As we saw last weekend, anything can happen.  Last chance to make some future bets on the current BCS National Championship Odds

Thursday NCAA Football Week 15 Lines For 12/5/13

#19 Louisville (-3.5, 51) at Cincinnati 7:30 PM EST
The Louisville Cardinals will head up interstate 71 to take on the Cincinnati Bearcats for the Keg of Nails trophy. Cincinnati has won four of the last five meetings between the schools, however Louisville won last year 34–31.

Friday Week 15 College Football Lines For 12/6/13
MAC Conference Championship Game Lines

Bowling Green vs. #14 Northern Illinois (-3, 57.5) 8:00 PM EST
Bowling Green will look to spoil Northern Illinois’ perfect season in the Mid-American conference championship. Quarterback Jordan Lynch Will look to strengthen his Heisman resume against a Falcon defense that is giving up only 13.8 points per game.

Saturday Week 15 College Football Lines For 12/7/13
2013 Conference Championship Game Odds & Lines

#17 Oklahoma at #6 Oklahoma State (-9.5, 57.5) 12:00 PM EST
Intrastate rivals meet as the Oklahoma State Cowboys, winners of six in a row host the Oklahoma Sooners. The Sooners will be looking to play spoiler. A win by the Cowboys would send them to a BCS game for the second time in three years.

Marshall (-4.5, 60.5) at Rice 12:00 PM EST
The Rice Owls will host the conference USA championship as they take on the Marshall thundering herd. Rice will definitely have their hands full as Marshall has one of the more potent offenses while averaging 44.6 points per game.

#25 Texas at #9 Baylor (-15.5, 72) 3:30 PM EST
The Texas Longhorns will be looking to play the role of spoiler as they take on intrastate rival Baylor. Should Baylor win, they will clinch a share of the Big 12 title and will go to a BCS bowl. Texas won last year’s contest between the two schools 56–50.

#3 Auburn (-2, 58) vs. #5 Missouri 4:00 PM EST
Auburn and Missouri will battle it out for the SEC Championship in the Georgia dome in Atlanta. Auburn punched their ticket with a miracle 34-28 win over then #1 Alabama. Missouri outlasted Texas A&M, winning 28-21. Should Auburn or Missouri win, they could move into the BCS championship with an Ohio State loss.

#7 Stanford vs. #11 Arizona State (-3, 55) 7:45 PM EST
Arizona State has been playing some of the best football in the country. On Saturday night they’ll get a chance to avenge one of their two regular season losses. This time, the stakes are higher, as they play for the PAC-12 championship in Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. Stanford won in week 4 in the regular season 42-28 in Palo Alto. The Sun Devils are 7-0 this year at home winning by an average margin of 28 points.

#1 Florida State (-29.5, 62) vs. #20 Duke 8:00 PM EST
The Duke Blue Devils will be looking to win their first ever ACC championship. They will also be looking to pull of the monumental upset as they take on the #1 ranked Florida State Seminoles. The Seminoles are coming off a 37-7 win over intrastate rival Florida. Duke punched their ticket beating North Carolina 27-25.

#2 Ohio State (-5, 51.5) vs. #10 Michigan State 8:17 PM EST
Ohio State will look to clinch a berth in the BCS National championship as they take on the Michigan State Spartans. Ohio State is lucky to be in the position their in, squeaking out a victory against rival Michigan. The Spartans have the #1 ranked defense in the country, and will look to slow down the high octane rushing attack of the Buckeyes.

Utah State at #23 Fresno State (-3.5, 59.5) 10:00 PM EST
The Fresno State Bulldogs will host the inaugural Mountain West conference championship, when they take on the Utah State Aggies. Fresno State had their perfect season go south as they were upset by San Jose State 62-52. The Aggies have won five straight and won last week defeating Wyoming 35-7.

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Week 15 College Football Lines for Thursday, December 5, 2013 (as of 12/15)
Time # Teams Spread Total Odds
7:30pm (EST) 103 LOUISVILLE  -3-120  o50½-110  -165
  104 CINCINNATI U  +3EV  u50½-110  +140
Week 15 College Football Lines for Friday, December 6, 2013  (as of 12/15)
Time # Teams Spread Total Odds
8:00pm (EST) 105 BOWLING GREEN  +4½-110  o58½-110  +170
  106 NO ILLINOIS  -4½-110  u58½-110  -200
2013 MAC Championship Lines – Ford Field in Detroit, MI
Week 15 NCAA Football Lines for Saturday, December 7, 2013  (as of 12/15)
Time # Teams Spread Total Odds
1:00pm (EST) 107 MEMPHIS  PK-110  o43-110 N/A
  108 CONNECTICUT  PK-110  u43-110 N/A
7:30pm (EST) 109 SOUTH FLORIDA  +6-110  o46½-110  +190
  110 RUTGERS  -6-110  u46½-110  -230
3:30pm (EST) 111 TEXAS  +15-110  o71½-110  +485
  112 BAYLOR  -15-110  u71½-110  -650
8:00pm (EST) 113 UL LAFAYETTE  +3-110  o58-110  +120
  114 SOUTH ALABAMA  -3-110  u58-110  -140
  116 SMU N/A N/A N/A
12:00pm (EST) 117 OKLAHOMA  +9½-110  o57-110  +270
  118 OKLAHOMA STATE  -9½-110  u57-110  -330
12:00pm (EST) 119 MARSHALL  -5-110  o61-110  -210
  120 RICE  +5-110  u61-110  +175
4:00pm (EST) 121 MISSOURI  +2-110  o58-110  +105
  122 AUBURN  -2-110  u58-110  -125
2013 SEC Championship Game Lines  – Georgia Dome in Atlanta Georgia
8:00pm (EST) 125 STANFORD  +3-105  o56-110  +135
  126 ARIZONA STATE  -3-115  u56-110  -160
2013 PAC 12 Championship Game Lines  – Sun Devil Stadium – Tempe, AZ
8:15pm (EST) 127 OHIO STATE  -5-110  o51½-110  -210
  128 MICHIGAN STATE  +5-110  u51½-110  +175
2013 Big 10 Championship Game Lines  – Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN
10:00pm (EST) 129 UTAH STATE  +3½-110  o60-110  +145
  130 FRESNO STATE  -3½-110  u60-110  -170
2013 Mountain West Championship Game Lines – Bulldog Stadium – Fresno, CA
College Football First Half Lines For Saturday, December 7, 2013 (as of 12/15)
Time # Teams Spread Total Odds
1:00pm (EST) 1107 1H MEMPHIS  PK-105  o21-105 N/A
  1108 1H CONNECTICUT  PK-115  u21-115 N/A
7:30pm (EST) 1109 1H SOUTH FLORIDA  +3EV  o23-115  +165
  1110 1H RUTGERS  -3-120  u23-105  -195
3:30pm (EST) 1111 1H TEXAS  +9½EV  o35½-120  +450
  1112 1H BAYLOR  -9½-120  u35½EV  -600
12:00pm (EST) 1117 1H OKLAHOMA  +6-110  o29½-110  +205
  1118 1H OKLAHOMA STATE  -6-110  u29½-110  -245
12:00pm (EST) 1119 1H MARSHALL  -3EV  o30½-110  -165
  1120 1H RICE  +3-120  u30½-110  +140
4:00pm (EST) 1121 1H MISSOURI  +½-110  o28½-110  +110
  1122 1H AUBURN  -½-110  u28½-110  -130
8:00pm (EST) 1125 1H STANFORD  +2-110  o28-110  +135
  1126 1H ARIZONA STATE  -2-110  u28-110  -160
8:15pm (EST) 1127 1H OHIO STATE  -3-105  o26½-110  -170
  1128 1H MICHIGAN STATE  +3-115  u26½-110  +145
10:00pm (EST) 1129 1H UTAH STATE  +3-115  o30-110  +140
  1130 1H FRESNO STATE  -3-105  u30-110  -165

Week 15 College Football TV Schedule & Game Listings

NCAA Football Odds – College Football Week 14 Lines Breakdown

November 28th, 2013 by Bankroll Sports Staff | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on NCAA Football Odds – College Football Week 14 Lines Breakdown
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Before The List You’ll Find A Rundown of the Biggest Games, Short Analysis & NCAA Football Odds 
You can find a full list of all odds (spreads & totals) for all of the week 13 NCAA football games below.

Yes, thirteen weeks of college football have now gone by in the 2013 season.  Week 14 of the NCAA  football season is underway and one more undefeated BCS contender went down last week. Week 14 offers plenty of key conference match-ups in the PAC-12, Big Ten, and SEC conferences. The marquee matchup of Thanksgiving weekend is clearly the Iron Bowl between undefeated #1 Alabama who will take on the one-loss, fourth-ranked Auburn Tigers who are coming of a few big SEC wins.  Be sure to check out the 2013 Iron Bowl odds below and make sure to look at the 2013 Thanksgiving day NFL odds on our blog. 

Thursday Thanksgiving Day NCAA Football Lines For 11/28/13

Texas Tech at Texas (-4) 7:30pm EST – FOX Sports 1

Two intrastate rivals meet in Austin as the Texas Longhorns take host the Texas Tech Red Raiders in a Big 12 conference tilt on Thanksgiving night. Texas Tech comes into this matchup on a four game losing streak, last losing to Baylor 63-34. Texas has turned their season around after starting 1-2, yet lost their last contest to Oklahoma State 38-13.

Friday Week 14 College Football Lines For 11/29/13

#13 Oregon (NL) at Oregon State 7:00pm EST – FOX Sports 1

Autzen Stadium will certainly be rockin as Oregon and Oregon State battle in the ‘Civil War’ in Eugene. Oregon saw its BCS hopes go by the wayside last week as they fell down in defeat last week at Arizona. The outcome was much worse for Oregon St, as they got pummeled at home by Washington 69-27.

Saturday Week 13 College Football Odds For 11/29/13

#2 Florida State (NL) at Florida 12:00pm EST – ESPN

Florida State will try to continue their run to the BCS championship as they travel to the swamp to take on the Florida Gators. It was business as usual for the Seminoles last week as they crushed Idaho 80-14. It’s been a long season in Gainesville, Florida’s disappointing season continued last week as they were upset by Georgia Southern 26-20.

#3 Ohio State (-12) at Michigan 12:00pm EST – ABC

The Ohio State Buckeyes will try to keep their BCS hopes alive as they travel to the big house for the 109th chapter of ‘The Game’. Undefeated Ohio State was victorious once again beating Indiana 42-14. Michigan has lost three out of their last four, losing at Iowa last week 24-21.

#1 Alabama (-10) at #4 Auburn 3:30pm EST – CBS

This year’s edition of the ‘Iron Bowl’ will have some serious BCS implications as the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide takes on the #4 Auburn Tigers. Auburn is coming off a miraculous victory over Georgia 43-38. Alabama took care of business in a “scrimmage” last week, shutting out Chattanooga 49-0. Should Auburn pull the upset, they will most likely leap over Ohio State in the BCS standings. We are about to find out in a few days if it’s “War Eagle” or “War Hubris”. The 2013 Iron Bowl Odds have Auburn listed as 10 point dogs at home to the powerhouse Crimson Tide. Do you think Auburn has a legitimate outside shot at beating #1 Alabama and winning the BCS title? Be sure to check out their current odds to win the BCS National Championship as well as some of the other undefeated and one-loss squads 

#6 Clemson at #10 South Carolina (-5) 7:00pm EST – ESPN2

It will be an intrastate battle of top 10 teams as #6 Clemson will face #10 South Carolina. Clemson was impressive in their last outing, downing Citadel 52-6. South Carolina beat an outmatched Coastal Carolina team 70-10. South Carolina won last year’s contest 27-17.

#25 Notre Dame at #8 Stanford (-14) 7:00pm EST – FOX

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will travel to Palo Alto to take on Stanford in a battle for the Legends Trophy. Stanford got back on track last week after their BCS championship hopes were dashed losing to USC, beating California 63-13. Notre Dame jumped back into the top 25 after beating BYU 23-13. Notre Dame won last years contest 20-13 in overtime.

#21 Texas A&M (-16) at #5 Missouri 7:00pm EST – ESPN

Missouri will try to clinch their first berth in the SEC championship as they host the Texas A&M Aggies. Missouri took care of business last week, getting a road victory at Ole Miss 24-10. The Aggies were dominated last week, losing to LSU for the second consecutive year 34-10.

#22 UCLA at #23 USC (-4) 8:00pm EST – ABC

Cross-town rivals UCLA and USC will meet on Saturday night at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. UCLA lost the PAC-12 South division title last week to Arizona State 38-33. USC will be looking to win their sixth straight game and will also be looking to avenge a 38-28 defeat at the hands of the Bruins last year. This is the first time since 2010 that this rivalry game will not have major bowl implications.

Arizona at #12 Arizona State (-11.5) 9:30pm EST – PAC-12 Network

Arizona State will look to notch their seventh straight win as they host intrastate rival Arizona. Both teams are coming off upset victories. Arizona State locked up a PAC-12 title berth at UCLA last week defeating the Bruins 38-33. Arizona pulled off the monumental upset, defeating then #5 ranked Oregon 42-16. The Sun Devils won last years meeting 41-34.

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Thanksgiving  NCAA Football Lines For Thursday, November 28, 2013
# Teams Spread Total Odds
7:30 PM        
309 TEXAS TECH  +4-110  o66-110  +160
310 TEXAS  -4-110  u66-110  -180
7:30 PM        
311 MISSISSIPPI  -4½-110  o54-110  -185
312 MISSISSIPPI ST  +4½-110  u54-110  +165
College Football Week 14 Lines For Friday, November 29, 2013
# Teams Spread Total Odds
12:00 PM        
313 IOWA  +1½-110    EV
314 NEBRASKA  -1½-110    -120
12:00 PM        
315 TOLEDO  -7½-110    -300
316 AKRON  +7½-110    +250
1:00 PM        
317 MIAMI OHIO  +34-110    
318 BALL STATE  -34-110    
2:00 PM        
319 EASTERN MICHIGAN  +18-110    +890
320 CENTRAL MICHIGAN  -18-110    -1500
2:00 PM        
321 MASSACHUSETTS  +15½-110    +810
322 OHIO  -15½-110    -1300
12:00 PM        
323 EAST CAROLINA  +3-105    +135
324 MARSHALL  -3-115    -155
1:30 PM        
325 BOWLING GREEN  -1-110    -115
326 BUFFALO U  +1-110    -105
2:30 PM        
327 ARKANSAS  +24½-110    +1350
328 LSU  -24½-110    -2600
2:00 PM        
329 TEXAS STATE  +7-115    +212
330 TROY  -7-105    -255
3:00 PM        
331 FLORIDA INTL  +27½-110    +1700
332 FLORIDA ATLANTIC  -27½-110    -5000
8:00 PM        
333 SOUTH FLORIDA  +26½-110    +1600
334 CENTRAL FLORIDA  -26½-110    -4000
3:30 PM        
335 FRESNO STATE  -7-115    -275
336 SAN JOSE STATE  +7-105    +227
3:30 PM        
337 MIAMI FLORIDA  -2½-115    -140
338 PITTSBURGH U  +2½-105    +120
3:30 PM        
339 WASHINGTON STATE  +16½-110    +450
340 WASHINGTON  -16½-110    -600
12:00 PM        
341 SMU  +9½-110    +270
342 HOUSTON U  -9½-110    -330
7:00 PM        
343 OREGON STATE  +22-110    +990
344 OREGON  -22-110    -1800
College Football Week 14 Lines For Saturday, November 30, 2013
# Teams Spread Total Odds
12:00 PM        
345 OHIO STATE  -16-110    -700
346 MICHIGAN  +16-110    +510
3:30 PM        
347 BOSTON COLLEGE  -2-110    -125
348 SYRACUSE  +2-110    +105
12:30 PM        
349 MARYLAND  -2-110    -130
350 NC STATE  +2-110    +110
12:20 PM        
351 WAKE FOREST  +14½-110    +540
352 VANDERBILT  -14½-110    -750
12:00 PM        
353 DUKE  +6-110    +195
354 NORTH CAROLINA  -6-110    -235
4:00 PM        
355 IOWA STATE  +7-105    +240
356 WEST VIRGINIA  -7-115    -290
3:30 PM        
357 NORTHWESTERN  -3½-110    -170
358 ILLINOIS  +3½-110    +145
12:00 PM        
359 PURDUE  +20½-110    +830
360 INDIANA  -20½-110    -1350
12:00 PM        
361 RUTGERS  -2½-110    -135
362 CONNECTICUT  +2½-110    +115
7:00 PM        
363 TENNESSEE U  -4-110    -170
364 KENTUCKY  +4-110    +145
12:00 PM        
365 MINNESOTA U  +14½-110    +565
366 MICHIGAN STATE  -14½-110    -800
12:00 PM        
367 TEMPLE  +8½-110    +255
368 MEMPHIS  -8½-110    -310
1:00 PM        
369 SOUTHERN MISS  +14-110    +510
370 UAB  -14-110    -700
2:00 PM        
371 SOUTH ALABAMA  -7-110    -280
372 GEORGIA STATE  +7-110    +230
2:00 PM        
373 WYOMING  +21½-110    +990
374 UTAH STATE  -21½-110    -1800
2:00 PM        
375 COLORADO  +16-110    +425
376 UTAH  -16-110    -550
3:00 PM        
377 BYU  -14½-110    -650
378 NEVADA  +14½-110    +485
3:00 PM        
379 TULANE  +10½-110    +315
380 RICE  -10½-110    -390
3:30 PM        
381 GEORGIA  -3½-105    -165
382 GEORGIA TECH  +3½-115    +140
7:45 PM        
383 TEXAS A&M  +4-110    +155
384 MISSOURI  -4-110    -175
3:30 PM        
385 VIRGINIA TECH  -12-110    -500
386 VIRGINIA  +12-110    +390
3:30 PM        
387 ALABAMA  -10-110    -370
388 AUBURN  +10-110    +300
10:15 PM        
389 NEW MEXICO  +36½-110    
390 BOISE STATE  -36½-110    
3:30 PM        
391 BAYLOR  -11½-110    -420
392 TCU  +11½-110    +335
12:00 PM        
393 FLORIDA STATE  -27-110    -2500
394 FLORIDA  +27-110    +1300
2:00 PM        
395 AIR FORCE  +16-110    +595
396 COLORADO STATE  -16-110    -850
12:00 PM        
397 KANSAS STATE  -16½-110    -1000
398 KANSAS  +16½-110    +670
3:30 PM        
399 PENN STATE  +23½-110    +1500
400 WISCONSIN  -23½-110    -3000
3:30 PM        
401 LOUISIANA TECH  +16-110    +565
402 TEX SAN ANTONIO  -16-110    -800
3:30 PM        
403 IDAHO  +3-110    +135
404 NEW MEXICO STATE  -3-110    -155
10:30 PM        
405 SAN DIEGO STATE  -3-115    -150
406 UNLV  +3-105    +130
4:00 PM        
407 ARKANSAS STATE  +6-110    +192
408 WESTERN KENTUCKY  -6-110    -230
4:00 PM        
409 NORTH TEXAS  -5-110    -200
410 TULSA  +5-110    +170
7:00 PM        
411 UL MONROE  +14½-110    +565
412 UL LAFAYETTE  -14½-110    -800
3:45 PM        
413 UTEP  +22½-110    +1300
414 MIDDLE TENN ST  -22½-110    -2500
7:00 PM        
415 CLEMSON  +5-110    +180
416 SOUTH CAROLINA  -5-110    -210
8:00 PM        
417 UCLA  +3-110    +130
418 USC  -3-110    -150
7:00 PM        
419 NOTRE DAME  +15-110    +450
420 STANFORD  -15-110    -600
9:30 PM        
421 ARIZONA U  +10½-110    +320
422 ARIZONA STATE  -10½-110    -400
11:00 PM        
423 ARMY  +7-110    +235
424 HAWAII  -7-110    -275

2013 NCAA Football Week 13 Lines Rundown – College Football Odds

November 20th, 2013 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 NCAA Football Week 13 Lines Rundown – College Football Odds
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Below you will find an article discussing the top 25 week 13 college football lines as of 10am on 11/19.
You can find a full list of all odds (spreads & totals) for all of the week 13 NCAA football games below.

Twelve weeks of the college football season is complete. With week 13 here, the shaking up of the BCS picture last week, the season gets more interesting. Week 13 offers plenty of key conference matchups in the PAC-12, Big Ten, and SEC. The marquee matchup will be in the Big 12 Saturday night, as Baylor tries to keep their BCS hopes alive against Oklahoma State.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013
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#15 Northern Illinois (-1.5) at Toledo 8:00 PM EST

Week 13 in the college football season kicks off Wednesday night as the undefeated Northern Illinois Huskies take on the Toledo Rockets in a key Mid-American conference tilt. Northern Illinois is coming off one of their biggest wins of the season, defeating the Ball State Cardinals 48–27. Toledo is also coming off a big victory defeating Buffalo two weeks ago, 51-41. The Huskies defeated the Rockets last year 31–24.

Saturday, November 23, 2013
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Cincinnati at Houston (-3) 12:00 PM EST

The Houston Cougars will try to snap their two game losing streak as they host the Cincinnati Bearcats in a American Athletic Conference tilt. After starting the season 7–1, Houston has dropped two straight to Central Florida and Louisville. Cincinnati is coming off a huge road win at Rutgers where they exploded for 52 points in a 52–17 win.

#20 Oklahoma at Kansas State (-3.5) 12:00 PM EST

The Oklahoma Sooners will try to keep pace in the Big 12 conference as they travel to Manhattan to take on the red hot Kansas State Wildcats. Kansas State has won four in a row including a huge road win at Texas Tech. Oklahoma got back on track last week with a 38–7 win against Iowa State, which saw head coach Bob Stoops tie Barry Switzer for the most wins in school history.

#5 Oregon (-18.5) at Arizona 3:30 PM EST

The Oregon Ducks will try to keep their BCS and PAC–12 championship hopes alive as they take on 6–4 Arizona.  The Ducks rebounded from their loss at Stanford with a 44–21 when against Utah last week. The Arizona Wildcats are in the midst of a two game skid losing to UCLA and Washington State at home. Arizona was blown out by the Ducks at Autzen Stadium last year 49–0.

Idaho at #2 Florida State (-56) 3:30 PM EST

Oddsmakers just can’t seem to set the line high enough as the Florida State Seminoles continue to dominate week in and week out. This week they will be facing a 1–9 Idaho squad. The story of Jameis Winston’s alleged involvement in a sexual assault didn’t seem to faze this team at all as they rolled 59–3 over Syracuse last week. The Idaho Vandals are 0–5 on the road this year losing by an average of 35.8 points.

#12 Wisconsin (-16) at #25 Minnesota 3:30 PM EST

It’s the battle for ‘Paul Bunyan’s Axe’ as the Minnesota Golden Gophers host the Wisconsin Badgers. Wisconsin is coming off a 51-3 beat down of Indiana. Minnesota had a bye week in week 12, but before that came up victorious over Penn State 24-10. Wisconsin has won the last nine games in this series, including a 38-13 in Madison last year.

#12 Texas A&M at #22 LSU (-4) 3:30 PM EST

The Texas A&M Aggies led by Heisman candidate Johnny Manziel, head to Death Valley to take on the LSU Tigers. The Tigers will have had two weeks to stew over the loss to rival Alabama. Texas A&M will also have had two weeks to prepare, although they are coming in on a three game win streak, most recently beating Mississippi State 51-41. LSU won last year’s matchup 24-19.

#17 Arizona State (-2.5) at #14 UCLA 7:00 PM EST

The Arizona State Sun Devils will look to stay atop the PAC-12 South as they travel to Pasadena to take on the UCLA Bruins. The Bruins are coming off a 41-31 victory against Washington and have won three straight. The Sun Devils have been cruising as of late, winning five straight since being upended by Notre Dame back in early October. UCLA won last year’s contest between these schools on a last second field goal 45-43.

#4 Baylor (-10) at #10 Oklahoma State 8:00 PM EST

In what will be the most anticipated game of the week, the high powered offense of Baylor travels to Stillwater to take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys. This will undoubtedly be the toughest test for the Bears, who take on a Cowboy squad that has been on a roll, winning six straight. Baylor struggled early against Texas Tech last week, but opened it up in the second half cruising to a 63-34 victory. Baylor defeated Oklahoma State last year in Waco 41-24.


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NCAA Week 13 Game Lines For Wednesday, November 20, 2013
# Teams Spread Odds
8:00 PM      
105 NO ILLINOIS  -2½-110  -135
106 TOLEDO  +2½-110  +115
Top College Football Week 13 Lines For Thursday, November 21, 2013
# Teams Spread Odds
7:30 PM      
109 RUTGERS  +17½-110  +670
110 CENTRAL FLORIDA  -17½-110  -1000
7:30 PM      
111 RICE  -18-110  -950
112 UAB  +18-110  +645
9:30 PM      
113 UNLV  +1-110  
114 AIR FORCE  -1-110  
Current Week 13 NCAA Football Odds For Friday, November 22, 2013
# Teams Spread Odds
9:30 PM      
115 NAVY  +2½-110  +115
116 SAN JOSE STATE  -2½-110  -135
Week 13 College Football Lines For Saturday, November 23, 2013
# Teams Spread Odds
3:30 PM      
117 NEBRASKA  +2-110  EV
118 PENN STATE  -2-110  -120
12:00 PM      
119 ILLINOIS  -6½-110  -245
120 PURDUE  +6½-110  +205
12:30 PM      
122 SYRACUSE    
7:00 PM      
123 CONNECTICUT  +8-110  +250
124 TEMPLE  -8-110  -300
3:30 PM      
125 INDIANA  +34½-110  +2500
126 OHIO STATE  -34½-110  -10000
12:00 PM      
127 MICHIGAN STATE  -7-110  -270
128 NORTHWESTERN  +7-110  +225
12:30 PM      
129 EAST CAROLINA  -6-110  -230
130 NC STATE  +6-110  +192
3:30 PM      
131 IDAHO  +57-110  
132 FLORIDA STATE  -57-110  
6:00 PM      
133 MARSHALL  -32½-110  
134 FLORIDA INTL  +32½-110  
7:00 PM      
135 KENTUCKY  +24-110  +1500
136 GEORGIA  -24-110  -3000
8:00 PM      
137 KANSAS  +5-110  +175
138 IOWA STATE  -5-110  -205
12:00 PM      
139 DUKE  -4½-110  -205
140 WAKE FOREST  +4½-110  +175
3:30 PM      
141 BOSTON COLLEGE  +1-110  
142 MARYLAND  -1-110  
3:30 PM      
143 WISCONSIN  -16½-110  -800
144 MINNESOTA U  +16½-110  +565
12:00 PM      
145 VIRGINIA  +20½-110  +890
146 MIAMI FLORIDA  -20½-110  -1500
12:00 PM      
147 CINCINNATI U  +3½EV  +140
148 HOUSTON U  -3½-120  -165
12:00 PM      
149 MEMPHIS  +24-110  +1300
150 LOUISVILLE  -24-110  -2500
7:00 PM      
151 VANDERBILT  +3-115  +125
152 TENNESSEE U  -3-105  -145
1:00 PM      
153 MASSACHUSETTS  +10½-110  +310
154 CENTRAL MICHIGAN  -10½-110  -380
1:00 PM      
155 BOWLING GREEN  -24½-110  -3000
156 EASTERN MICHIGAN  +24½-110  +1500
2:00 PM      
157 HAWAII  +5½-110  +192
158 WYOMING  -5½-110  -230
7:00 PM      
159 WESTERN KENTUCKY  -4-110  -185
160 TEXAS STATE  +4-110  +160
12:00 PM      
161 MICHIGAN  +6½-110  +192
162 IOWA  -6½-110  -230
7:00 PM      
163 ARIZONA STATE  -3-105  -145
164 UCLA  +3-115  +125
3:30 PM      
165 COLORADO STATE  +8½-110  +265
166 UTAH STATE  -8½-110  -320
9:30 PM      
167 USC  -22-110  -1500
168 COLORADO  +22-110  +890
3:30 PM      
169 TEXAS A&M  +4½-110  +175
170 LSU  -4½-110  -205
3:30 PM      
173 OREGON  -20½-110  -1200
174 ARIZONA U  +20½-110  +760
3:30 PM      
175 UTEP  +17-110  +620
176 TULANE  -17-110  -900
4:00 PM      
177 CALIFORNIA  +31½-110  +1800
178 STANFORD  -31½-110  -6000
3:30 PM      
179 TEX SAN ANTONIO  +7-105  +230
180 NORTH TEXAS  -7-115  -280
3:30 PM      
181 BYU  PK-110  
182 NOTRE DAME  PK-110  
8:00 PM      
183 BAYLOR  -9½-110  -380
184 OKLAHOMA STATE  +9½-110  +310
3:30 PM      
185 MIDDLE TENN ST  -22½-110  -1800
186 SOUTHERN MISS  +22½-110  +990
3:00 PM      
187 GEORGIA STATE  +23½-110  +1300
188 ARKANSAS STATE  -23½-110  -2500
10:30 PM      
7:00 PM      
191 UL MONROE  +3½-110  +145
192 SOUTH ALABAMA  -3½-110  -170
7:00 PM      
193 SMU  -4-110  -180
194 SOUTH FLORIDA  +4-110  +155
4:00 PM      
195 NEW MEXICO    
3:00 PM      
197 NEW MEXICO STATE  +22-110  +1100
198 FLORIDA ATLANTIC  -22-110  -2000
7:00 PM      
199 TULSA  -3-120  -165
200 LOUISIANA TECH  +3EV  +140
12:00 PM      
201 OKLAHOMA  +5½-110  +180
202 KANSAS STATE  -5½-110  -210
7:45 PM      
203 MISSOURI  -2½-110  -135
204 MISSISSIPPI  +2½-110  +115
3:30 PM      
205 UTAH    
10:30 PM      
207 BOISE STATE  -6½-110  -245
208 SAN DIEGO STATE  +6½-110  +205

2013 College Football Week 12 Lines Rundown – NCAA Football Odds

November 14th, 2013 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 College Football Week 12 Lines Rundown – NCAA Football Odds
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This article is written based off the week 12 NCAA football betting lines as of 10:30 AM on 11/12.
The complete list and more up to date week 12 football odds can be found at the bottom of this post.

Week 12 of the 2013 college football season is here and with 11 weeks now in the books, the current BCS picture is starting to get clearer. There are quite a few key conference matchups in the PAC-12, Big Ten, and SEC that will have significant impact on the postseason bowl picture and some interesting week 11 game lines to look as.

Thursday, November 14, 2013
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Georgia Tech at #8 Clemson (-10.5) 7:30 PM EST

The triple option attack of Georgia Tech travels to South Carolina to face the #8 ranked Clemson Tigers and what is sure to be a high-scoring affair. Georgia Tech, currently leading the ACC Coastal division will need their best defense of effort of the year to try and slow down Tajh Boyd and the high octane offense of the Tigers. Clemson won last year’s matchup between these teams 47–31.

Friday, November 15, 2013
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Washington at #13 UCLA (-2.5) 9:00 PM EST

The Washington Huskies will travel to Pasadena to face the UCLA Bruins and a key PAC–12 matchup. The UCLA Bruins are fresh off a big road victory at Arizona 31–26. The Huskies should be well rested after coasting to a 59–7 home victory against Colorado.

Saturday, November 16, 2013
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Indiana at #22 Wisconsin (-20.5) 12:00 PM EST

The Indiana Hoosiers will be looking to pull the upset when they travel to Camp Randall to face the Wisconsin Badgers. It will be a matchup of two different styles of offense. The high flying aerial attack of Indiana against the high powered rushing attack of the Badgers. Wisconsin won last year’s contest blowing out Indiana 62–14.

#25 Georgia at #7 Auburn (-3.5) 3:30 PM EST

The marquee matchup in the SEC will be the ‘Deep South’s oldest rivalry’ as #25 Georgia faces #7 Auburn at Jordan–Hare stadium in Auburn, Alabama. It’s pretty much a role reversal compared to last year’s matchup as Auburn is the team with BCS aspirations while Georgia has had one of the more disappointing seasons in recent memory. This year’s matchup will certainly be more competitive than the 38–0 blowout Georgia dealt Auburn last year.

Syracuse at #2 Florida State (-38) 3:30 PM EST

Florida State will look to stay on the path to Pasadena as they host ACC newcomer Syracuse. The last time these two schools met was back in 2005 as Florida State one 38–14. Florida State’s dominance has been well-documented, in the past five games they’ve won by an average of 43 points per game.

#12 Oklahoma State (-3) at #24 Texas 3:30 PM EST

Oklahoma State, winners of five in a row will travel to Austin to face the Texas Longhorns. The Cowboys offense has been clicking on all cylinders as of late, as they’ve scored an average of 50.6 points per game in the last three games. The Longhorns are coming off a thrilling 47–40 victory at West Virginia. Oklahoma State will need to be focused as they host #5 Baylor next week.

Texas Tech at #5 Baylor (-26.5) 7:00 PM EST

Undefeated Baylor, coming off a big 29 point victory against Oklahoma; will try to keep their BCS hopes alive as they take on struggling Texas Tech at AT&T Stadium in Dallas. Texas Tech recently dropped out of the top 25, losing their third game in a row against Kansas State 49–26. Baylor won this matchup last year in an overtime thriller 52-45.

#1 Alabama (-25.5) at Mississippi State 7:00 PM EST
The #1 ranked Alabama Crimson will take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs in an SEC contest. The Tide are coming off one of their bigger wins of the year over LSU 38-17. The Bulldogs had an impressive offensive output last week but came up short against Texas A&M, 51-41. Alabama won this contest last year 38-7.

#4 Stanford (-3.5) at USC 8:00 PM EST

The #4 ranked Stanford Cardinal look to keep their BCS hopes alive as they visit rival USC. Last week, Stanford dominated Oregon, rushing for 272 yards en route to a 26-20 victory. The USC Trojans are possibly playing their best football of the season. The Trojans have won 3 straight, including an impressive 31-14 road victory in Corvallis against Oregon State. The Trojans will most certainly come in motivated, as they have lost the last four against the Cardinal.

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Time Rot # Teams Spread Total Odds
7:30 PM 311 GEORGIA TECH  +11-110  o61-110  +350
  312 CLEMSON  -11-110  u61-110  -440
7:30 PM 313 MARSHALL  -13-110  o63-110  -450
  314 TULSA  +13-110  u63-110  +355
Time Rot # Teams Spread Total Odds
9:00 PM 315 WASHINGTON U  +2½-110  o61-110  +115
  316 UCLA  -2½-110  u61-110  -135
Time Rot # Teams Spread Total Odds
3:30 PM 317 MIAMI FLORIDA  -3½-110  o61½-110  -170
  318 DUKE  +3½-110  u61½-110  +145
12:00 PM 319 INDIANA  +23-110  o69½-110  +1350
  320 WISCONSIN  -23-110  u69½-110  -2600
12:20 PM 321 KENTUCKY  +12½-110  o53-110  +375
  322 VANDERBILT  -12½-110  u53-110  -470
7:00 PM 323 HOUSTON U  +15-110  o58-110  +510
  324 LOUISVILLE  -15-110  u58-110  -700
12:00 PM 325 CENTRAL MICHIGAN  -2½-110  o52-110  
  326 WESTERN MICHIGAN  +2½-110  u52-110  
12:30 PM 327 MARYLAND  +16-110  o43-110  +565
  328 VIRGINIA TECH  -16-110  u43-110  -800
12:30 PM 329 NC STATE  +7½-110  o53½-110  +250
  330 BOSTON COLLEGE  -7½-110  u53½-110  -300
12:00 PM 331 CINCINNATI U  PK-110  o53½-110  
  332 RUTGERS  PK-110  u53½-110  
12:30 PM 333 NORTH CAROLINA  PK-110  o52½-110  
  334 PITTSBURGH U  PK-110  u52½-110  
12:00 PM 335 CENTRAL FLORIDA  -17-110  o57-110  -900
  336 TEMPLE  +17-110  u57-110  +620
12:00 PM 337 PURDUE  +21½-110  o45-110  +1100
  338 PENN STATE  -21½-110  u45-110  -2000
7:00 PM 339 FLORIDA  +12½-110  o41½-110  +390
  340 SOUTH CAROLINA  -12½-110  u41½-110  -500
3:30 PM 341 MICHIGAN  +3-110  o51½-110  +130
  342 NORTHWESTERN  -3-110  u51½-110  -150
3:30 PM 343 SYRACUSE  +38-110  o55-110  
  344 FLORIDA STATE  -38-110  u55-110  
12:30 PM 345 FLORIDA ATLANTIC  -17-110  o49½-110  -900
  346 SOUTHERN MISS  +17-110  u49½-110  +620
1:00 PM 347 AKRON  -7-110  o45-110  -265
  348 MASSACHUSETTS  +7-110  u45-110  +220
2:00 PM 349 UAB  +28-110  o65½-110  +1500
  350 EAST CAROLINA  -28-110  u65½-110  -3500
3:00 PM 351 CONNECTICUT  +15½-110  o57-110  +450
  352 SMU  -15½-110  u57-110  -600
12:00 PM 353 WEST VIRGINIA  -6½-110  o49-110  -235
  354 KANSAS  +6½-110  u49-110  +195
2:00 PM 355 UL LAFAYETTE  -21-110  o59½-110  -1600
  356 GEORGIA STATE  +21-110  u59½-110  +930
5:30 PM 357 CALIFORNIA  +2½-110  o66-110  +105
  358 COLORADO  -2½-110  u66-110  -125
7:00 PM 359 TEXAS TECH  +27½-110  o85½-110  +1600
  360 BAYLOR  -27½-110  u85½-110  -4000
10:15 PM 361 WYOMING  +23-110  o68½-110  +1100
  362 BOISE STATE  -23-110  u68½-110  -2100
9:30 PM 363 OREGON STATE  +14-110  o63½-110  +430
  364 ARIZONA STATE  -14-110  u63½-110  -560
3:30 PM 365 GEORGIA  +3½-110  o63½-110  +145
  366 AUBURN  -3½-110  u63½-110  -170
3:30 PM 367 OKLAHOMA STATE  -3-105  o63-110  -145
  368 TEXAS  +3-115  u63-110  +125
12:00 PM 369 IOWA STATE  +23½-110  o50-110  +1500
  370 OKLAHOMA  -23½-110  u50-110  -3000
4:00 PM 371 UTAH  +26-110  o64½-110  +1700
  372 OREGON  -26-110  u64½-110  -4500
3:30 PM 373 SOUTH ALABAMA  +7EV  o58-110  +240
  374 NAVY  -7-120  u58-110  -290
3:30 PM 375 MICHIGAN STATE  -6-110  o41½-110  -240
  376 NEBRASKA  +6-110  u41½-110  +200
12:00 PM 377 OHIO STATE  -33½-110  o67-110  -10000
  378 ILLINOIS  +33½-110  u67-110  +2500
10:30 PM 379 SAN JOSE STATE  -8-110  o66½-110  
  380 NEVADA  +8-110  u66½-110  
7:45 PM 381 ALABAMA  -23-110  o52-110  -2000
  382 MISSISSIPPI ST  +23-110  u52-110  +1100
8:00 PM 383 STANFORD  -4-110  o46-110  -180
  384 USC  +4-110  u46-110  +140
7:00 PM 385 COLORADO STATE  -6½-110  o65-110  -245
  386 NEW MEXICO  +6½-110  u65-110  +205
7:00 PM 387 MEMPHIS  -1½-110  o40½-110  
  388 SOUTH FLORIDA  +1½-110  u40½-110  
7:00 PM 389 LOUISIANA TECH  +15½-110  o52-110  +510
  390 RICE  -15½-110  u52-110  -700
3:30 PM 391 TCU  +10½-110  o47-110  +315
  392 KANSAS STATE  -10½-110  u47-110  -390
12:00 PM 393 TROY  +28-110  o68-110  +1900
  394 MISSISSIPPI  -28-110  u68-110  -6500
7:30 PM 395 TEXAS STATE  +7½-110  o51½-110  +230
  396 ARKANSAS STATE  -7½-110  u51½-110  -280
8:00 PM 397 FLORIDA INTL  +6-110  o48½-110  +185
  398 UTEP  -6-110  u48½-110  -220
2:00 PM 399 WASHINGTON STATE  +11-110  o65-110  +340
  400 ARIZONA U  -11-110  u65-110  -430
10:30 PM 401 SAN DIEGO STATE  -5-110  o58-110  -205
  402 HAWAII  +5-110  u58-110  +175

2013 College Football Week 9 Lines – NCAA Football Week Nine Lines

October 23rd, 2013 by Richard Boyle (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 College Football Week 9 Lines – NCAA Football Week Nine Lines
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Below you will find all the current week 9 college football Missouri's Week 9 Lineslines for the upcoming weekend of action.  All the NCAA football bettors and sports fans will get their fill of quality action this weekend as there is a huge slate of televised college football matchups featuring several BCS top 25 programs.  With eight major conference teams still presently undefeated and almost of them with scheduled conference games, we are bound to see a big upset this weekend, causing the newly posted BCS rankings get shaken up after one week.  Some of the the big matchups that the sports betting public will likely be focusing in on this Saturday include the undefeated squads in the BCS top 5-10.

Wake Forest will head down to Florida to take on the undefeated #7 Miami Hurricanes.  The oddsmakers don’t expect much of a contest in this one.  The Demon Deacons are listed as a big 23.5 point road underdog in this noon (EST) game against the red hot Miami Hurricanes; who somehow escaped the wrath of the NCAA punishment squad this week.

At 3:30pm (EST), the newest Heisman odds favorite, Jameis Winston and his #2 BCS ranked, Florida State Seminoles, fresh off their big road win at Clemson last week, will play host to the Wolfpack of NC State.  Bettors who want to put their cash on the sensational freshman quarterback will have have a fun time laying 30+ points in a conference game.

In a massive SEC evening showdown at 7:00pm ET, the #20 South Carolina Gamecocks will head to Columbia, Missouri to take on the unbeaten & #5 ranked, Tigers.  This may be, arguably, the best game on the board, and SEC haters will have to watch another week of college football where one of the top two or three games on the day will be between SEC squads. Despite the big discrepancy in the two program’s rankings, the sportsbooks only have the undefeated Missouri Tigers listed as less than a field goal favorite at home against Steve Spurrier’s Gamecocks.  The state of Missouri also has a lot to cheer about lately, as the Kansas City Cheifs are 7-0 and the St. Louis Cardinals head to the World Series against the Boston Red Sox, starting on Wednesday, 10/23 (Check out the World Series Odds for this week).  We think all the excitement in the air may take the pressure off the Tigers on Saturday evening.

In an always riveting Big Ten contest, the Penn State Nittany Lions will travel to Columbus to take their shots at the #4 ranked, and undefeated Ohio State Buckeyes.  Ohio State bettors will be laying more than two touchdowns of chalk in this one.  The Braxton Miller led Buckeyes are listed as 14.5 point favorites at the Horseshoe.

The week 9 NCAA football lines also feature some fantastic matchups taking place out west this Saturday.  On Saturday night at 7:00pm ET, the one-loss UCLA Bruins will shoot up to Eugene to try and slow down the high octane Oregon offense.  Jim Mora’s Bruins face a very tough task as the unbeaten Ducks are averaging over 55 points a game this season.  The #3 ranked Ducks and the always spirited Autzen Stadium crowd will also be playing host to ESPN’s flagship program, College Gameday (as if UCLA’s defense wasn’t dreading this one already).

While all of the college football fans on the East Coast will have their focus on the BCS’s unbeaten squads, Saturday’s most exciting game to bet on & watch may actually feature two one-loss programs and have a late 10:30pm ET kickoff.  In what will likely be the most competitive game of the day, the very tenacious #6 Stanford Cardinals will visit Mike Riley’s confident Oregon State running attack.  The 5-1 Beavers are 4-0 in the Pac 12 this year.

Make sure to take a look at the complete list of NCAA football matchup and the full sheet of week 9 college football odds found below. If you require any assistance this week with your college football picks, feel free to purchase the premium card of NCAA football releases from our expert handicapping team.  They are having a great season thus far, and one day of releases from our professional handicappers will cost you only $19.95.

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2013 Week 9 College Football Lines for Thursday, 10/24/13

4:30 PM 105 KENTUCKY
4:30 PM 107 MARSHALL

2013 Week 9 College Football Lines for Friday, 10/25/13:

110 BYU

Week 9 College Football Lines for Saturday, 10/27/13:

9:00 AM 115 BALL STATE
11:00 AM 117 MIAMI OHIO
118 OHIO
12:30 PM 119 BUFFALO U
9:00 AM 123 HOUSTON U
12:30 PM 127 CLEMSON
12:30 PM 129 DUKE
132 NAVY
2:00 PM 133 UAB
12:00 PM 135 TEMPLE
136 SMU
5:00 PM 139 ARIZONA U
12:30 PM 145 TENNESSEE U
4:00 PM 147 UCLA
1:00 PM 149 UTAH
150 USC
12:30 PM 151 TULSA
12:30 PM 161 NC STATE
12:30 PM 163 TEXAS TECH
4:30 PM 165 TEXAS
166 TCU
168 IOWA
3:00 PM 169 UNLV
4:00 PM 171 WYOMING
7:30 PM 173 STANFORD
1:00 PM 175 TROY
2:00 PM 177 NOTRE DAME
4:30 PM 183 IDAHO
4:00 PM 193 BAYLOR
9:00 AM 195 NEBRASKA
11:30 AM 199 TOLEDO
5:00 PM 201 PENN STATE
12:30 PM 203 UTEP
204 RICE

Added Week 9 College Football Lines for Saturday, 10/26/2013:

4:00 PM 241 FURMAN
242 LSU

2013-14 College Football Bowl Game Projections (Updated 10/13)

October 13th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013-14 College Football Bowl Game Projections (Updated 10/13)
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Bowl ProjectionsThe 2013 college football season is now halfway over with, and here at Bankroll Sports, we are going to be taking a look at all 35 of the bowl games and trying to project which 70 of the teams in college football are going to be playing in bowl games when push comes to shove in December and January.

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List of Bowl Eligible Teams By Conference (through Week 7)
AAC: Louisville Cardinals
ACC: Clemson Tigers, Virginia Tech Hokies
Big XII: Texas Tech Red Raiders
Big Ten: Ohio State Buckeyes
MAC: Ball State Falcons, Northern Illinois Huskies
Pac-12: Oregon Ducks
SEC: Missouri Tigers, Alabama Crimson Tide, LSU Tigers

Right now, there are only 11 bowl eligible teams, but that list is clearly going to be growing as the season wears on, as there are even a few conferences that have not been accounted for the season yet when it comes to bowl eligibility.

Gildan New Mexico Bowl – Saturday, December 21st, 2:00 ET
Utah Utes vs. UNLV Runnin’ Rebels (Pac-12 #7 vs. MWC #5)
New Mexico Bowl Projection: Utah’s win over Stanford puts it back on the Pac-12 bowl ladder, and it gives the team the assurance that it is absolutely going to be playing in the second season this year. UNLV already has four wins, and it is on the best run that Head Coach Bobby Hauck has been on in his coaching tenure in Sin City. The Las Vegas Bowl might reach to keep the Rebs at home, but if not, this is a logical spot to be falling to.

MAACO Las Vegas Bowl – Saturday, December 21st, 3:30 ET
Boise State Broncos vs. Arizona State Sun Devils (MWC #1 vs. Pac-12 #5)
Las Vegas Bowl Projections: Arizona State has earned its way up the Pac-12 bowl ladder, but the bottom line is that this conference is so good that something has to give. QB Taylor Kelly and the crew are awesome, and it would be a shame if it were to lose in the Pac-12 title game and end up getting dropped all the way here to Las Vegas as a result. This is about the best that Boise State can hope for, though winning out and winning the Mountain West keeps the door to the BCS at least slightly ajar.

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl – Saturday, December 15th, 5:30 ET
San Jose State Spartans vs. Bowling Green Falcons (MWC #6 vs. MAC #3)
Potato Bowl Projections: It’s not a great matchup by any stretch of the imagination, but it would be interesting to see QB David Fales take on this Bowling Green defense, which is quietly one of the better ones amongst mid-major teams in the country. The Spartans have a lot of work to do in the second half of the season to get to six wins, but it has enough winnable games on the docket where it shouldn’t be a massive problem. The hope is that that last game of the year against Fresno State isn’t the maker or breaker.

R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl – Saturday, December 21st, 9:00 ET
Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns vs. Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders (Sun Belt #1 vs. C-USA #7)
New Orleans Bowl Projections: The Cajuns have a tough game early this week on the road against Western Kentucky. Win that game though, and it could be clear sailing to the Sun Belt title and the bid to the New Orleans Bowl. MTSU has a long road ahead of it in Conference USA just to qualify for a bowl game, but we have held firm with this being one of the top teams in the conference.

Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl – Monday, December 23rd, 2:00 ET
Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs. Tulane Green Wave (AAC #6 vs. C-USA #5)
Beef O’Brady’s Bowl Projections: The Green Wave back in a bowl game! Tulane has been one of the pleasant surprises this year in Conference USA, and though we don’t think that it is going to last, this is a nice spot for them to be going for a bowl game after a 7-5 season. Rutgers has only had two losses this year to Fresno State and Louisville, and this is surely one of the better teams in the AAC. It’s just not good enough to win more than eight or nine games at the most in front of QB Gary Nova.

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl – Tuesday, December 24th, 8:00 ET
Rice Owls vs. Wyoming Cowboys (C-USA #2 vs. Hawaii/MWC #5)
Hawaii Bowl Projections: It wouldn’t be the prettiest Hawaii Bowl ever, but at least it would be a plausible one. East Carolina and Tulsa feel like they are always contenders for the Hawaii Bowl, and this year is going to be no exception on both accounts. Wyoming played out of its mind against Nebraska, and it ended up snaring a win last week to level itself at 1-1. The Cowboys are going to be a tough sell to get to six wins in the Mountain West, but someone is going to do it, and the boys from Laramie are a real possibility.


Little Caesars Pizza Bowl – Thursday, December 26th, 6:00 ET
Arkansas State Red Wolves vs. Toledo Rockets (Big Ten #8/Sun Belt #3 vs. MAC #2)
Little Caesars Bowl Projections: Arkansas State is really only the third best team out of the Sun Belt, as we think that there is a real drop from Western Kentucky and Louisiana Lafayette down to the rest of the pack. The Red Wolves have the easiest schedule left of the bunch and are the most likely to get to eight wins, though seven will probably be enough. Toledo’s losses at the start of the year to Florida and Missouri don’t look all that bad now. The Rockets are legitimately one of the best teams in the MAC and will get some respect for sticking with both of the SEC East teams.

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl – Thursday, December 26th, 9:30 ET
Army Black Knights vs. San Diego State Aztecs (Army/At Large vs. MWC #2)
Poinsettia Bowl Projections: Keeping San Diego State at home still makes the most sense for as long as it is a team that we think is going to reach bowl eligibility. It’s going to take one upset this year for the Aztecs to get the job done, but we think they’ll reach six. Army too, needs to go 3-2 in its last five games to get into the Poinsettia Bowl, and it very well could come down to the Army/Navy Game to determine whether the Cadets are bowling or not. We think they’ll be good, with or without the win over the Middies.

Military Bowl – Friday, December 27th, 2:30 ET
Tulsa Golden Hurricane vs. Arizona Wildcats (C-USA #6/MAC #4 vs. ACC #8)
Military Bowl Projections: All of these teams in the Pac-12 have to end up somewhere for bowl games, and replacing the ACC seems like a logical choice in the Military Bowl. It’s not an ideal bowl spot for the boys from Tucson, but bowl bids are bowl bids. That’s sort of what Tulsa would feel like at this point as well. This very well could end up being an at large vs. at large game when push comes to shove, especially if two of the three of Clemson, Miami, and Florida State end up in the BCS and the ACC perhaps doesn’t end up represented this deep down the ladder.

Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas – Friday, December 27th, 6:00 ET
TCU Horned Frogs vs. Northwestern Wildcats (Big 12 #6 vs. Big Ten #6)
Meineke Car Care Bowl Projections: You’ll notice that our projections for Big Ten bowl teams stop here. Perhaps Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, or Illinois will become eligible, but all of those teams are going to need at least one massive upset to keep the bowl dream alive. Northwestern, which probably is legitimately one of the Top 25 teams in the land won’t need any help to get in. It just has to take care of business. TCU too, is one of these teams that we think is very good, though pushing Oklahoma and LSU yet coming up short in both games doesn’t prove a ton.

Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl – Friday, December 27th, 9:30 ET
BYU Cougars vs. USC Trojans (BYU/ACC #9 vs. Pac-12 #6)
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Projections: We have a really good feeling that this is going to be what the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl looks like this year. BYU has already beaten one of the big boys of college football in Texas, and the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl would love to bring a big name here to this bowl game this year to take on the Cougs. USC is about as big of a name as it gets, and with new Head Coach Ed Orgeron leading this team back in the right direction again, the hope for going bowling is increased.

New Era Pinstripe Bowl – Saturday, December 28th, 12:00 ET
Kansas State Wildcats vs. Houston Cougars (Big 12 #7 vs. AAC #4)
Pinstripe Bowl Projections: Head Coach Bill Snyder has a team that is going to have to struggle just to get into a bowl game this year. With just two wins in its first six games and no wins in its first three in conference play, the Cats have some work to do, though the schedule pretty much gives them five wins for sure. It’s a question as to whether that sixth will get scratched out. Houston is quietly 5-0 this year, and there is no way that the AAC is going to keep this team from winning at least eight or nine.

Belk Bowl – Saturday, December 28th, 3:20 ET
Duke Blue Devils vs. UCF Knights (ACC #5 vs. AAC #3)
Belk Bowl Projections: Once we get down to the sixth team in the ACC, we’re doing a lot of guessing. None of the rest of these teams strike us as teams that are absolutely going to bowl games this year. Duke is already at four wins, and we have to think that it is going to scratch out two more somewhere in the second half of the season to qualify for a bowl game. UCF has played tough this year, and it is one gaffe against South Carolina away from being perfect to this point in the season. Still, we have to assume that the team is going to lose to Louisville, which would pretty much end any BCS dreams in the first year in an automatic qualifying conference.

Russell Athletic Bowl – Saturday, December 28th, 6:45 ET
Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Virginia Tech Hokies (AAC #2/Notre Dame vs. ACC #3)
Russell Athletic Bowl Projections: V-Tech is very quietly a 6-1 team this year, and that one loss came at the hands of Alabama. We aren’t sure whether the Hokies or the Hurricanes will get the nod here, and odds have it, the winner will go to Atlanta, while the loser will come to Orlando. For as much as we would love to see Notre Dame drop, we have to imagine that the Russell Athletic Bowl is going to take the Fighting Irish unless it wants to keep the hometown team in UCF. The Knights have a lot of work to do to move up from here, though.

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl – Saturday, December 28th, 10:15 ET
Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Michigan Wolverines (Big 12 #4 vs. Big Ten #5)
Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Projections: Points would surely be aplenty in this one, as the Wolverines would take on the Cowboys in a wild Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl on the final Saturday of the year. We’re projecting both of these teams to be beaten at least twice over the course of the rest of the year, which is going to be a sin for both teams. Both had to think that the BCS was a great accomplishment this year, but both are now stuck in the middle rung of their respective conferences bowl ladders.

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl – Monday, December 30th, 11:45 ET
Navy Midshipmen vs. Utah State Aggies (Navy/C-USA #3 vs. MWC #4)
Armed Forces Bowl Projections: Not a lot is changing right now on the MWC bowl ladder, as we still think that Utah State is going to be third best in the Mountain Division. QB Chuckie Keeton has done a great job this year, but this defense still isn’t good enough to beat the big boys in conference play as we see it. Navy just needs to get to six wins, and it should be alright, even without the Army/Navy Game at the end of the year. There are enough cupcakes left on the schedule, though the Commander-In-Chief Trophy would be the biggest reward of the season.

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl – Monday, December 30th, 3:15 ET
Pittsburgh Panthers vs. Missouri Tigers (ACC #6 vs. SEC #7)
Music City Bowl Projections: Missouri is the ninth best team as we see it right now in the conference, and that’s saying something considering the fact that it is still undefeated and just went on the road and beat a Top 10 team in Georgia. However, losing QB James Franklin for the rest of the regular season is going to be a killer for this team. Pitt only has two losses this season to Florida State and V-Tech, and this is a team that is going to be happy to be going anywhere but Birmingham for its bowl game after three consecutive trips to the BBVA Compass Bowl the past three seasons.

Valero Alamo Bowl – Monday, December 30th, 6:45 ET
UCLA Bruins vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders (Pac-12 #2 vs. Big 12 #3)
Alamo Bowl Projections: Both of these teams are undefeated at this point in the season, and both are going to try to convince us that they are worthy of being BCS teams. UCLA can prove it this week on the road against Stanford, while Texas Tech’s only road into the biggest bowl games of the year is by winning the Big XII, something that is definitely at least plausible at this point. If this was the game at the Alamo Bowl, it would be a heck of a showdown in which a ton of points would be put on the board for sure.

Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl – Monday, December 30th, 10:15 ET
Washington Huskies vs. Texas Longhorns (Pac-12 #3 vs. Big 12 #5)
Holiday Bowl Projections: The Huskies have dropped to 4-2, but we still think that they are amongst the best 25 teams in the land this year. Their losses to Oregon and Stanford can’t be considered the end of the world, and winning out might even keep a slight door open for the BCS to at least consider, especially if Stanford slides again. Texas made a huge step in the right direction when it won the Red River Rivalry, and a few more big wins like that, and Head Coach Mack Brown will be talking about the BCS as perhaps the Big XII champs.

AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl – Tuesday, December 31st, 12:30 ET
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Wyoming Cowboys (ACC #7 vs. MWC #3)
Independence Bowl Projections: The Cowboys can definitely ball this year, and their 2-0 start in the Mountain West is going to help out quite a bit. Imagine how good this team could have been had QB Austyn Carta-Samuels not transferred to Vandy! Meanwhile, Georgia Tech’s triple option has been causing all sorts of problems in the ACC, and though this team won’t be back in the ACC title game once again this year, it will have enough to comfortably get into a bowl game.

Hyundai Sun Bowl – Tuesday, December 31st, 2:00 ET
Maryland Terrapins vs. Oregon State Beavers (ACC #4 vs. Pac-12 #4)
Sun Bowl Projections: Does anyone realize that Oregon State hasn’t lost a game since losing to Eastern Washington to start off the season? The Beavers are legit, and they could still be a surprising player in the race in the Pac-12 North this year. Maryland’s chances of winning the ACC title went up in smoke when the team was beaten by seemingly 100 against Florida State on the road last week, and though the Terps are going to have more troubles at the quarterback position this year, they’ll still figure out how to get to at least seven wins to ensure a spot in a game no worse than the Sun Bowl on New Year’s Eve.

AutoZone Liberty Bowl – Tuesday, December 31st, 4:00 ET
Marshall Thundering Herd vs. SMU Mustangs (C-USA #1 vs. SEC #8/AAC #7)
Liberty Bowl Projections: The Thundering Herd are already the only team on the East side of Conference USA to not lose a game, and save for East Carolina, this is the only team worth a hoot on this side of the conference. SMU only has one win, and asking it to win five more is going to be tough. Head Coach June Jones will get this figured out though, as the rest of the season isn’t nearly as bad as what we have seen early on in the season.

Chick-Fil-A Bowl – Tuesday, December 31st, 8:00 ET
Miami Hurricanes vs. Ole Miss Rebels (ACC #2 vs. SEC #5)
Chick-fil-A Bowl Projections: Head Coach Gus Malzahn has done a remarkable job with the Tigers this year, and they could be set for one of the big time bowl games this year. Ole Miss has been fighting all year long against one of the toughest schedules in the land. The next five games are all at home though, and there isn’t another game played outside of Mississippi. Finishing 8-4 is a distinct possibility, and we think that would be good enough to land the SEC #5 spot.

Heart of Dallas Bowl – Wednesday, January 1st, 12:00 ET
North Texas Mean Green vs. East Carolina Pirates (Big Ten #7 vs. C-USA #4)
Heart of Dallas Bowl Projections: If North Texas gets to six wins this year, the Mean Green could find themselves with a spot in a bowl game. They have a better fan base that will probably travel, especially in the Lone Star State than some of these teams from the Mountain West that might have bigger enrollments. It’s a gutsy pick to make, but for now, we love what UNT is bringing to the table. East Carolina is bringing a lot of offense to the table, but a horrifyingly bad defense. The points would be flying onto the board if this was how this panned out.

Gator Bowl – Wednesday, January 1st, 12:00 ET
Michigan State Spartans vs. Florida Gators (Big Ten #4 vs. SEC #6)
Gator Bowl Projections: The final score of this game might legitimately be 7-3. Michigan State and Florida are all about their defense, and neither team has an offense whatsoever, especially with both starting quarterbacks from the outset of the year now sitting on the bench. Michigan State could quietly make it to the Big Ten Championship Game. Florida could still win the SEC East as well, but that looks significantly less likely. A 7-5 season is a lot more likely in Gainesville as we see it.

Capital One Bowl – Wednesday, January 1st, 1:00 ET
Wisconsin Badgers vs. South Carolina Gamecocks (Big Ten #2 vs. SEC #2)
Capital One Bowl Projections: South Carolina is the one team that hasn’t lost to a team that it probably had no business losing to, and as a result, it deserves its spot in the Capital One Bowl. Wisconsin has only been beaten twice this year, and the bowl selection committees are going to have no problem overlooking the game against Arizona State as a game that should have been won and the game against Ohio State as one that could have been won. The Badgers probably aren’t being beaten again this year, and this would be a fitting bowl game to go to.

Outback Bowl – Wednesday, January 1st, 1:00 ET
Nebraska Cornhuskers vs. Georgia Bulldogs (Big Ten #3 vs. SEC #4)
Outback Bowl Projections: Nebraska is once again going to be one of the best teams in the Big Ten, and once again, that probably isn’t going to be good enough to seriously challenge for the Rose Bowl bid. QB Taylor Martinez has been out, and the truth of the matter is that few outside of Lincoln have even noticed. This team will be remembered for its collapse against UCLA. Georgia meanwhile, was shocked at home by Mizzou last weekend, and that is really going to knock it down the bowl ladder. The good news is that the toughest games are now all said and done with, though there are a few games which could provide trips ahead.

Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio – Wednesday, January 1st, 5:00 ET
Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Stanford Cardinal (BCS vs. BCS)
Rose Bowl Projections: Though Stanford was beaten by Utah, it still has every chance to get into the BCS. The Pac-12 is going to bring two teams in all likelihood, and one of those teams is going to have two losses. Regardless of whether the Cardinal lose to the Ducks or not, Pasadena is probably the location due to the fact that Oregon would be in the National Championship Game if it wins that game, and probably in the Sugar Bowl if it lost. Ohio State has beaten Wisconsin and Northwestern, but you can already see in the polls that it is going to be the fourth best of the undefeated teams this year after Alabama, Oregon, and the winner of the Clemson/Florida State game. The Buckeyes need three teams to lose in front of them to get into the Promised Land.

Tostitos Fiesta Bowl – Wednesday, January 1st, 8:30 ET
Baylor Bears vs. Fresno State Bulldogs (BCS vs. BCS)
Fiesta Bowl Projections: And here we have our non-AQ school busting the BCS! Fresno State has eight more wins that it needs to get in order to be in the BCS, but it is clear that this is going to happen for either Fresno State or Northern Illinois this year if this is how it pans out. These two are in the Top 25 early enough in the season to continue to matriculate their way up the rankings, and we don’t think that the Big XII is going to have a team in the Top 14 this year, which will make it very easy to get a team like Fresno in. Baylor is the best of the worst right now in the wide open Big XII, and though this conference might be very good from top to bottom, it has nothing in terms of being top heavy, and that is going to cost the conference. It’s going to be fun to watch Head Coach Art Briles’ team in whatever bowl game it goes to.

Allstate Sugar Bowl – Thursday, January 2nd, 8:30 ET
LSU Tigers vs. Florida State Seminoles (BCS vs. BCS)
Sugar Bowl Projections: We’re flipping in LSU at this point even though the Bayou Bengals were beaten by Georgia “Between the Hedges” a few weeks ago. QB Zach Mettenberger and the gang have proven that they are the real deal, and even though this team isn’t going to win the SEC West, going 10-2 and losing to Georgia and Alabama is good enough to stay in the BCS race as we see it. FSU probably needs to beat two of the three of Clemson, Miami, and Florida to get into the BCS this year, though if it beats Clemson, odds have it, it will be in the ACC Championship Game and will get into the ACC title game regardless of what happens against the Canes. The story of QB Jameis Winston continues to grow.

Discover Orange Bowl – Friday, January 3rd, 8:30 ET
Clemson Tigers vs. Louisville Cardinals (BCS vs. BCS)
Orange Bowl Projections: Even though the Tigers are underdogs this week to Florida State, we are still projecting them as the ACC champs, as we think that they have a great chance of winning that game. We have no reason to believe that either Clemson or Louisville are slipping at this point in their own conferences. The Cards will probably run the table and put up a stink for the National Championship Game, but the BCS isn’t going to allow it. The Tigers have a loss coming to South Carolina, but we think they have proven to be the best team in the ACC this year thus far.

AT&T Cotton Bowl – Friday, January 3rd, 7:30 ET
Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas A&M Aggies (Big 12 #2 vs. SEC #3)
Cotton Bowl Projections: We’re getting closer to a Texas/Texas A&M Cotton Bowl, but instead, we think that there is going to be a rematch of last year’s game. The Aggies could still be thinking about the BCS, but we think that they are going to be losing at LSU later this year to drop out of the game. There are a lot of great teams in the SEC West, but none are more logical to bring to the Lone Star State than A&M. Oklahoma’s loss to Texas was shocking, and it probably took it right out of the BCS picture for the time being. There’s a lot of work to do to win this conference, but someone with two Big XII defeats will probably ultimately take the automatic bid to the Fiesta Bowl.

BBVA Compass Bowl – Saturday, January 4th, 1:00 ET
Auburn Tigers vs. Cincinnati Bearcats (SEC #9 vs. AAC #5/Sun Belt #4)
BBVA Compass Bowl Projections: Auburn would be carrying the hometown crowd here to the Compass Bowl, and we would have no doubt that this would be a great game. Cincy could be a factor in the AAC this year, but things are going to really have to get going under QB Brendon Kay if that is going to turn out to be the case. This would also be an interesting matchup between Bearcats’ Head Coach Tommy Tuberville and the Auburn team that he helped put on the map for a good chunk of his coaching career. Bowl – Sunday, January 5th, 9:00 ET
Northern Illinois Huskies vs. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (MAC #1 vs. Sun Belt #2) Bowl Projections: If the Hilltoppers can beat ULL this week on national television, our perception changes of this club quite a bit. It might all of a sudden become the favorite to win the conference. There are clearly only going to be a few bids up for grabs in the Sun Belt, and WKU is going to want to make sure that it snares one of them. Northern Illinois might be a BCS team once again this year, but it is going to need both Boise State and Fresno State to lose once again in all likelihood to have any chance of that happening.

Allstate BCS National Championship Game – Monday, January 6th, 8:30 ET
Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Oregon Ducks (BCS #1 vs. BCS #2)
National Championship Game Projections: We’re halfway through the season, and the plan that we had at the start of the year really has no choice but to stay in place. Oregon might have the best team in the nation, but it is never going to hop Alabama to be the #1 team in the land for as long as the Crimson Tide are alive and kicking. This would be the National Championship Game for the ages, as this would be the best Oregon team that we have seen in quite some time with a potential Heisman Trophy winner in QB Marcus Mariota going against a team going for its third straight National Championship and the fourth in the last five seasons. We’re not so sure that it won’t be Oregon against the ACC winner or Ohio State this year though, as we do think that Alabama could trip at some point. We aren’t replacing the Tide until they do, though.

2012 College Football Week 14 Lines: NCAA Football Week 14 Lines

November 26th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2012 College Football Week 14 Lines: NCAA Football Week 14 Lines
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SEC Title GameIt’s Championship Week across college football, and here at Bankroll Sports, we’re paying attention to all of the great Championship Game odds and Week 14 odds for what should be a remarkable finale to as good of a season as we have seen in quite some time.

The week starts off on Thursday with the de facto Big East Championship Game. The Rutgers Scarlet Knights are three point favorites to win the Big East outright, but the Louisville Cardinals are going to try to make a big time mess of the standings if they can pull off the upset. The atmosphere in Piscataway should be electric, and these two teams are very hard to separate. Neither has played well, and both are coming off of brutal losses, so the only tiebreaker that the oddsmakers really have is home field advantage, and that field goal is exactly the margin that Rutgers is favored by. This game also features one of the lowest ‘totals’ of the week at just 43 points, though the other Big East game of note between the Connecticut Huskies and the Cincinnati Bearcats on Saturday is even lower at 39.

From the world of defense to the world of offense in the MAC, where the MAC Championship Game odds are going to be as tightly contested as we have seen in years and years. The last time that the conference had this much of a buzz, the Ball State Cardinals were on the verge of busting the BCS, only to get knocked off by the Buffalo Bulls. Since then, this conference has been looked at as one of the worst in America, only just in front of the Sun Belt, but it has been a banner year for the MAC. Both the Kent State Golden Flashes and the Northern Illinois Huskies have a chance of going to the BCS. Kent State is almost a lock with a win, while Northern Illinois will clearly need a win and some big time help. There are actually three 1,000+ yard rushers in this game, so the points could be flying on the scoreboard in a hurry in spite of the fact that these two defenses are both quite stout. NIU is laying five thanks to QB Jordan Lynch, one of the most dynamic players in the country, though that number has already started dropping from the outset of the weekend with still plenty of time to go until kickoff.

The other clash on Friday is the Pac-12 Championship Game, where either the UCLA Bruins or the Stanford Cardinal will be celebrating with roses in their mouths. Yes, the trip to the Rose Bowl will be handed to the winner of this game. This is a rematch of last week’s game at the Rose Bowl Stadium, a game which Stanford won handily to move on to this spot and to host the conference title game. It’s one of the biggest games in the last 30 years of Stanford football, and it is also a chance for UCLA to prove that it is back on the map as a team to beat out West. Still, this is expected to be a one-sided blowout, with the Cardinal favored by nine on “The Farm.”

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The Big XII has itself a big mess to try to work out this week, as there is at least one, and possibly two BCS bowl bids to hand out. The Kansas State Wildcats are in the driver’s seat right now, as they know that a win removes all doubt that they’ll be in the Fiesta Bowl. It’s Senior Day as well, and there will be a lot of emotion surrounding QB Collin Klein in his final game of his potential Heisman Trophy winning season. Klein needs a huge game to catch up to QB Johnny Manziel, but he has a chance to make the final statement in the final week of the campaign. Kansas State is one of the bigger favorites of this Championship Weekend, laying 10 tothe Texas Longhorns, who also have an outside shot of going to the BCS.

The biggest favorites though, are the West Virginia Mountaineers. They’re giving 20 to the Kansas Jayhawks in what should be the only game that has very little to no doubt as to who the victor truly will be.

That’s definitely not all from the Big XII, though. The Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Baylor Bears are involved in what might be the wildest game of the season. The ‘total’ in this one is already set at 81.5, and we expect that that number is going to only go up as the week rolls on, as these are two of the best offenses (and worst defenses) that the conference and the nation have to offer. It’s the team that beat Oklahoma State last week though, the Oklahoma Sooners, that are under the most pressure. The Sooners are squaring off with the TCU Horned Frogs in Fort Worth, and they have to win this game to have any chance to get into the BCS. Lose this one, and it’s off to the Cotton Bowl at best. Win it, get some help, and a trip to the Fiesta Bowl is in the cards. Oklahoma is giving 6.5 to TCU, but the Horned Frogs have their sights set on a Senior Day victory in what has been an emotional first season in the Big XII full of ups and downs.

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But of course, there are some big time conference title games to talk about as well. We’ll start in the ACC, where the Florida State Seminoles and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are going to do battle in Charlotte. This date has been set for two weeks, but Florida State still has to have its work cut out for it after losing last week to the Florida Gators. The Noles are giving two touchdowns to the Jackets in spite of the fact that Head Coach Paul Johnson is one of the few coaches to have massive degrees of success against the garnet and gold in the ACC.

The Wisconsin Badgers are in a familiar spot in the Big Ten Championship Game, and they’re going to be trying to get back to an even more familiar situation with a third straight trip to the Rose Bowl if they can win this game. However, they’re in a very unfamiliar situation of being an underdog in the biggest game of the year in the Big Ten. The Nebraska Cornhuskers are trying to lock down their first ever Big Ten title, and if they can do that, they’ll be going to the Rose Bowl instead. Wisky is 2-0 ATS in this series, but it is going to have to figure out how to avenge the loss earlier this season in Lincoln to cover this one, as the Badgers are only +2.5.

Two smaller conference titles will be handed out on Saturday as well. In the Sun Belt, the Arkansas State Red Wolves are favored by 10 in what amounts to be the conference title game against the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders. Over in Conference USA, the UCF Knights and Tulsa Golden Hurricane meet for the second time in five years in the C-USA Championship Game. In this battle to go to the Liberty Bowl, the game is poised well at a pick ’em in spite of the fact that the Knights lost to Tulsa here at Skelley Field just two weeks ago.

And then there’s the tiny little matter of the SEC Championship Game dab smack in the middle of the day. The Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs withstood the toughest and deepest conference in America, and now, they are just one win over the other away from playing for the BCS National Championship. Either way, the SEC team will be favored over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in another month and a half in Miami, but this is clearly as big of a game as there has been in years in this conference. Georgia is considered the heavy 7.5-point underdog in this one, but this is as close of a point spread as the Crimson Tide have faced (and will face) this year. The ‘total’ in this game is lined at 50.5, a very average number all things considered. Remember that QB Aaron Murray will probably make himself a Heisman Trophy finalist by winning this game, while the Tide have scored at least 33 against most of their foes this year. Remember though, that both of these defenses are top notch. It’s been over 128 minutes since Alabama has allowed a single point and over a month and a half since UGA has allowed more than 14 in a game.

2012 NCAA Football Week 14 Odds @ WagerWeb Sportsbook (as of 11/26/12):
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Week 14 College Football Betting Lines for Thursday, 11/29/12

303 Louisville Cardinals +3
304 Rutgers Scarlet Knights -3
Over/Under 43

NCAA Football Lines for Week 14 for Friday, 11/30/12

305 Northern Illinois Huskies -5
306 Kent State Golden Flashes +5
Over/Under 60

307 UCLA Bruins +9
308 Stanford Cardinal -9
Over/Under 52

Week 14 NCAA Football Odds for Saturday, 12/1/12

309 Cincinnati Bearcats -5.5
310 Connecticut Huskies +5.5
Over/Under 39

311 Pittsburgh Panthers -6
312 South Florida Bulls +6
Over/Under 45

313 Oklahoma Sooners -6.5
314 TCU Horned Frogs +6.5
Over/Under 63

315 Texas Longhorns +12.5
316 Kansas State Wildcats -12.5
Over/Under 66

317 Oklahoma State Cowboys -4
318 Baylor Bears +4
Over/Under 81.5

319 Boise State Broncos -9
320 Nevada Wolf Pack +9
Over/Under 63

321 Kansas Jayhawks +20
322 West Virginia Mountaineers -20
Over/Under 69

323 New Mexico State Aggies +13
324 Texas State Bobcats -13
Over/Under 57

325 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders +10
326 Arkansas State Red Wolves -10
Over/Under OTB

327 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns -9.5
328 Florida Atlantic Owls +9.5
Over/Under OTB

329 South Alabama Jaguars +5
330 Hawaii Warriors -5
Over/Under OTB

331 UCF Knights pk
332 Tulsa Golden Hurricane pk
Over/Under 57

333 Alabama Crimson Tide -7.5
334 Georgia Bulldogs +7.5
Over/Under 50.5

335 Florida State Seminoles -14
336 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets +14
Over/Under 61

337 Nebraska Cornhuskers -2.5
338 Wisconsin Badgers +2.5
Over/Under 48