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2014 Sweet 16 Odds (Friday) – NCAA Tournament Lines Friday, 3/28/2014

March 28th, 2014 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in General Handicapping, NCAA Basketball   Comments Off on 2014 Sweet 16 Odds (Friday) – NCAA Tournament Lines Friday, 3/28/2014
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Sweet 16 Lines & Odds Previews For Friday, March 28, 2014:

Midwest Sweet 16 Games, Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)


(11) Tennessee Volunteers
(2) Michigan Wolverines

Midwest Sweet 16 Line: Michigan -2.5
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 132
Midwest Sweet 16 Game Tip Off: 7:15pm (EST)
TV Network: TBS
The Tennessee Volunteers have made most of their opportunity, winning over 8 Kentucky Wildcats vs. 4 Louisville Cardinals (-4.5, 139) 9:45 PM EST Iowa in the first round play-in game. Now they’re in the sweet 16, and will face an experienced Michigan squad that is trying to get to the final four for the second straight year. The Volunteers are playing some great defense, but will be tested by the great shooting of the Wolverines.

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(7) Connecticut Huskies
(3) Iowa State Cyclones

Midwest Sweet 16 Game Spread: Iowa State -2
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 146
Midwest Sweet 16 Gametime: 7:25 PM EST
TV Network: CBS
The Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats lock horns in Indianapolis, renewing their in-state rivalry. Kentucky defeated Louisville back in late December, yet there’s no doubt these teams are playing at a higher level now. Kentucky knocked off the undefeated Wichita State Shockers in what many feel was the most exciting game thus far in the tournament, while Louisville dispatched of St. Louis in rather convincing fashion.

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East Region Sweet 16 Games, Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)

(7) Connecticut Huskies
(3) Iowa State Cyclones 

East Sweet 16 Line: Iowa State -2
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 146
Midwest Sweet 16 Game Tip Off: 7
:25pm (EST)

TV Network: CBS
Two former teammates will be opposing coaches on Friday evening. Fred Hoiberg and Kevin Ollie were teammates in Chicago back in 2001, now they will try to get their respective teams to the elite 8. Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier and Iowa State guard DeAndre Kane should be one of the more entertaining one on one matchups to watch.

(4) Michigan State Spartans
(1) Virginia Cavaliers 

East Sweet 16 Line: Virginia -1 @ JustBet
Midwest Sweet 16 Total (Over/Under): 126
Midwest Sweet 16 Game Tip Off: 
9:55pm (EST)

TV Network: TBS
The Michigan State Spartans take on the Virginia Cavaliers in what could be one of the better matchups on Friday. The Spartans have been on a mission since getting all of their starters healthy, and face a Virginia defense that is allowing just 55.5 ppg, tops in the nation. It should be a great matchup of Adreian Payne, Gary Harris and the scoring threats of the Spartans against Virginia’s pack-line defense.

2013 Week 17 NFL Lines – Week 17 NFL Football Odds

December 28th, 2013 by Bankroll Sports Staff | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 17 NFL Lines – Week 17 NFL Football Odds
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Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the 2013 Week 17 NFL lines for all the upcoming final week’s matchups from JustBet Sportsbook

2013 Week 17 NFL Lines For Sunday, 12/29:

Houston at Tennessee (-7, 44) 1:00 PM EST
The Houston Texans (2–13 SU, 3–12 ATS) will be looking to snap a 13 game losing streak when they travel to Tennessee to take on the Titans (6-9 SU, 6-6–3 ATS). These teams last met in week 2 with Houston winning 30–24 in overtime.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh (-7, 44) 1:00 PM EST
The Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8 SU, 8-7 ATS) need some help but could sneak into the playoffs with a win over Cleveland (4–11 SU, 6–9–1 ATS) and a loss by the Ravens, Dolphins, and Chargers. Pittsburgh won their previous meeting in week 12 27–11.

Washington at New York (N) (-3.5, 45.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Washington Redskins (3–12 SU, 5–10 ATS) and New York Giants face off in the final regular-season matchup. The Giants (6–9 SU, 6–9 ATS) won their previous meeting 24–17 in week 13.

Baltimore at Cincinnati (-5.5, 44.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Baltimore (8-7 SU, 7-7-1 ATS) and Cincinnati Bengals meet in an AFC North tilt. Cincinnati (10-5 SU, 9-5-1 ATS) clinched the division with Baltimore losing last weekend. Cincinnati can clinch a first-round bye with a win and a loss by the New England Patriots. Baltimore can clinch a playoff berth with a win in a loss by San Diego or Miami.

Jacksonville at Indianapolis (-11.5, 45.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Jacksonville Jaguars (4–11 SU, 6–9 ATS) will take on the Indianapolis Colts from Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis (10-5 SU, 8-6-1 ATS) can clinch a first round bye with a win and a loss by both Cincinnati and New England.

New York (A) at Miami (-6.5, 41) 1:00 PM EST
The New York Jets (7-8 SU, 9-6 ATS) will be looking to spoil the Miami Dolphins’ (8-7 SU, 9-6 ATS) postseason plans. Miami can clinch a playoff berth with a win and a Baltimore loss, or a win in a San Diego win. The Dolphins won the previous match up to 3–3 at New York.

Carolina (NL) at Atlanta 1:00 PM EST
The Carolina Panthers (11-4 SU, 10-5 ATS) will look to lock up the NFC South division and the #2 seed with a win over the Atlanta Falcons (4-11 SU, 6-9 ATS). The Panthers can also clinch the #1 seed with a win combined with a Seattle loss and a San Francisco win.

Detroit at Minnesota (-3, 51.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Detroit Lions (7-8 SU, 6-9 ATS) will look to finish the season above .500 as they take on the Minnesota Vikings (4-10-1 SU, 8-7 ATS). The Lions won their previous matchup in week 1 34–24.

Tampa Bay at New Orleans (-12.5, 47) 1:00 PM EST

The New Orleans Saints (10-5, SU, 7-8 ATS) can clinch a playoff spot with a win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-11 SU, 6-9 ATS). They can clinch the NFC South title with a win and a Carolina loss. The Saints won the previous meeting this season 14–12.

Buffalo at New England (-9, 47) 4:25 PM EST
The New England Patriots (11–4 SU, 8-7 ATS) will look to clinch a first round bye when they host the Buffalo Bills (6–9 SU, 8-7 ATS). New England can also clinch the #1 seed with a win and a Denver loss.

Green Bay at Chicago (NL) 4:25 PM EST
The Green Bay Packers (7-7-1 SU, 5-10 ATS) will travel to Soldier Field to take on the Chicago Bears (8-7 SU, 4-9-2 ATS) to determine the NFC North winner. There is still no word on who will get the start at quarterback for the Packers.

Denver (-11.5, 53.5) at Oakland 4:25 PM EST
The Denver Broncos (12–3 SU, 9–6 ATS) can clinch the #1 seed with a win over Oakland (4–11 SU, 8–7 ATS) or a loss by the New England Patriots. Denver clinched the AFC West title last week, as Peyton Manning broke the single-season touchdown mark against Houston. Terrell Pryor will reportedly get the start at quarterback for Oakland.

Kansas City at San Diego (-10, 45) 4:25 PM EST

Kansas City (11–4 SU, 8–7 ATS) has locked up the #5 seed, yet San Diego (8-7 SU, 8-6-1 ATS) needs a win and some help to sneak into the playoffs. The Chargers can get into the playoffs as the #6 seed with a win or a tie and a Miami and Baltimore loss.

San Francisco (-1) at Arizona 4:25 PM EST
San Francisco (11–4 SU, 9–5-1 ATS) clinched a playoff berth with a win over Atlanta last Monday night. They can clinch a #2 seed and the NFC West crown with a win and a Seattle loss. Arizona (10-5 SU, 9-4-2 ATS) can clinch a playoff berth with either a win or a tie combined with a New Orleans loss.

St. Louis at Seattle (NL) 4:25 PM EST
The Seattle Seahawks (12-3 SU, 10-5 ATS) will look to clinch the NFC West and the #1 seed with a win over the St. Louis Rams (7-8 SU, 7-8 ATS). Seattle lost their first home game since December of 2011 last week being upset by Arizona 17-10.

Philadelphia (-6.5, 52.5) at Dallas 8:30 PM EST
The Philadelphia Eagles (9-6 SU, 8-6-1 ATS) will take on the Dallas Cowboys (8-7 SU, 8-7 ATS) to determine the winner of the NFC East. Reports have surfaced that Tony Romo is out for the season, yet nothing is definitive yet. If Romo does not make the start, Kyle Orton will get the start for the Cowboys.

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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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)
7:30pm (EST)103LOUISVILLE -3-120 o50½-110 -165
 104CINCINNATI U +3EV u50½-110 +140
Week 15 College Football Lines for Friday, December 6, 2013  (as of 12/15)
8:00pm (EST)105BOWLING GREEN +4½-110 o58½-110 +170
 106NO 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)
1:00pm (EST)107MEMPHIS PK-110 o43-110N/A
 108CONNECTICUT PK-110 u43-110N/A
7:30pm (EST)109SOUTH FLORIDA +6-110 o46½-110 +190
 110RUTGERS -6-110 u46½-110 -230
3:30pm (EST)111TEXAS +15-110 o71½-110 +485
 112BAYLOR -15-110 u71½-110 -650
8:00pm (EST)113UL LAFAYETTE +3-110 o58-110 +120
 114SOUTH ALABAMA -3-110 u58-110 -140
12:00pm (EST)117OKLAHOMA +9½-110 o57-110 +270
 118OKLAHOMA STATE -9½-110 u57-110 -330
12:00pm (EST)119MARSHALL -5-110 o61-110 -210
 120RICE +5-110 u61-110 +175
4:00pm (EST)121MISSOURI +2-110 o58-110 +105
 122AUBURN -2-110 u58-110 -125
2013 SEC Championship Game Lines  – Georgia Dome in Atlanta Georgia
8:00pm (EST)125STANFORD +3-105 o56-110 +135
 126ARIZONA STATE -3-115 u56-110 -160
2013 PAC 12 Championship Game Lines  – Sun Devil Stadium – Tempe, AZ
8:15pm (EST)127OHIO STATE -5-110 o51½-110 -210
 128MICHIGAN STATE +5-110 u51½-110 +175
2013 Big 10 Championship Game Lines  – Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN
10:00pm (EST)129UTAH STATE +3½-110 o60-110 +145
 130FRESNO 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)
1:00pm (EST)11071H MEMPHIS PK-105 o21-105N/A
 11081H CONNECTICUT PK-115 u21-115N/A
7:30pm (EST)11091H SOUTH FLORIDA +3EV o23-115 +165
 11101H RUTGERS -3-120 u23-105 -195
3:30pm (EST)11111H TEXAS +9½EV o35½-120 +450
 11121H BAYLOR -9½-120 u35½EV -600
12:00pm (EST)11171H OKLAHOMA +6-110 o29½-110 +205
 11181H OKLAHOMA STATE -6-110 u29½-110 -245
12:00pm (EST)11191H MARSHALL -3EV o30½-110 -165
 11201H RICE +3-120 u30½-110 +140
4:00pm (EST)11211H MISSOURI +½-110 o28½-110 +110
 11221H AUBURN -½-110 u28½-110 -130
8:00pm (EST)11251H STANFORD +2-110 o28-110 +135
 11261H ARIZONA STATE -2-110 u28-110 -160
8:15pm (EST)11271H OHIO STATE -3-105 o26½-110 -170
 11281H MICHIGAN STATE +3-115 u26½-110 +145
10:00pm (EST)11291H UTAH STATE +3-115 o30-110 +140
 11301H 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.

College Football Week 14 & Thanksgiving Day Lines @ 5Dimes (as of 11/27)
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Thanksgiving  NCAA Football Lines For Thursday, November 28, 2013
7:30 PM    
309TEXAS TECH +4-110 o66-110 +160
310TEXAS -4-110 u66-110 -180
7:30 PM    
311MISSISSIPPI -4½-110 o54-110 -185
312MISSISSIPPI ST +4½-110 u54-110 +165
College Football Week 14 Lines For Friday, November 29, 2013
12:00 PM    
313IOWA +1½-110  EV
314NEBRASKA -1½-110  -120
12:00 PM    
315TOLEDO -7½-110  -300
316AKRON +7½-110  +250
1:00 PM    
317MIAMI OHIO +34-110  
318BALL STATE -34-110  
2:00 PM    
319EASTERN MICHIGAN +18-110  +890
320CENTRAL MICHIGAN -18-110  -1500
2:00 PM    
321MASSACHUSETTS +15½-110  +810
322OHIO -15½-110  -1300
12:00 PM    
323EAST CAROLINA +3-105  +135
324MARSHALL -3-115  -155
1:30 PM    
325BOWLING GREEN -1-110  -115
326BUFFALO U +1-110  -105
2:30 PM    
327ARKANSAS +24½-110  +1350
328LSU -24½-110  -2600
2:00 PM    
329TEXAS STATE +7-115  +212
330TROY -7-105  -255
3:00 PM    
331FLORIDA INTL +27½-110  +1700
332FLORIDA ATLANTIC -27½-110  -5000
8:00 PM    
333SOUTH FLORIDA +26½-110  +1600
334CENTRAL FLORIDA -26½-110  -4000
3:30 PM    
335FRESNO STATE -7-115  -275
336SAN JOSE STATE +7-105  +227
3:30 PM    
337MIAMI FLORIDA -2½-115  -140
338PITTSBURGH U +2½-105  +120
3:30 PM    
339WASHINGTON STATE +16½-110  +450
340WASHINGTON -16½-110  -600
12:00 PM    
341SMU +9½-110  +270
342HOUSTON U -9½-110  -330
7:00 PM    
343OREGON STATE +22-110  +990
344OREGON -22-110  -1800
College Football Week 14 Lines For Saturday, November 30, 2013
12:00 PM    
345OHIO STATE -16-110  -700
346MICHIGAN +16-110  +510
3:30 PM    
347BOSTON COLLEGE -2-110  -125
348SYRACUSE +2-110  +105
12:30 PM    
349MARYLAND -2-110  -130
350NC STATE +2-110  +110
12:20 PM    
351WAKE FOREST +14½-110  +540
352VANDERBILT -14½-110  -750
12:00 PM    
353DUKE +6-110  +195
354NORTH CAROLINA -6-110  -235
4:00 PM    
355IOWA STATE +7-105  +240
356WEST VIRGINIA -7-115  -290
3:30 PM    
357NORTHWESTERN -3½-110  -170
358ILLINOIS +3½-110  +145
12:00 PM    
359PURDUE +20½-110  +830
360INDIANA -20½-110  -1350
12:00 PM    
361RUTGERS -2½-110  -135
362CONNECTICUT +2½-110  +115
7:00 PM    
363TENNESSEE U -4-110  -170
364KENTUCKY +4-110  +145
12:00 PM    
365MINNESOTA U +14½-110  +565
366MICHIGAN STATE -14½-110  -800
12:00 PM    
367TEMPLE +8½-110  +255
368MEMPHIS -8½-110  -310
1:00 PM    
369SOUTHERN MISS +14-110  +510
370UAB -14-110  -700
2:00 PM    
371SOUTH ALABAMA -7-110  -280
372GEORGIA STATE +7-110  +230
2:00 PM    
373WYOMING +21½-110  +990
374UTAH STATE -21½-110  -1800
2:00 PM    
375COLORADO +16-110  +425
376UTAH -16-110  -550
3:00 PM    
377BYU -14½-110  -650
378NEVADA +14½-110  +485
3:00 PM    
379TULANE +10½-110  +315
380RICE -10½-110  -390
3:30 PM    
381GEORGIA -3½-105  -165
382GEORGIA TECH +3½-115  +140
7:45 PM    
383TEXAS A&M +4-110  +155
384MISSOURI -4-110  -175
3:30 PM    
385VIRGINIA TECH -12-110  -500
386VIRGINIA +12-110  +390
3:30 PM    
387ALABAMA -10-110  -370
388AUBURN +10-110  +300
10:15 PM    
389NEW MEXICO +36½-110  
390BOISE STATE -36½-110  
3:30 PM    
391BAYLOR -11½-110  -420
392TCU +11½-110  +335
12:00 PM    
393FLORIDA STATE -27-110  -2500
394FLORIDA +27-110  +1300
2:00 PM    
395AIR FORCE +16-110  +595
396COLORADO STATE -16-110  -850
12:00 PM    
397KANSAS STATE -16½-110  -1000
398KANSAS +16½-110  +670
3:30 PM    
399PENN STATE +23½-110  +1500
400WISCONSIN -23½-110  -3000
3:30 PM    
401LOUISIANA TECH +16-110  +565
402TEX SAN ANTONIO -16-110  -800
3:30 PM    
403IDAHO +3-110  +135
404NEW MEXICO STATE -3-110  -155
10:30 PM    
405SAN DIEGO STATE -3-115  -150
406UNLV +3-105  +130
4:00 PM    
407ARKANSAS STATE +6-110  +192
408WESTERN KENTUCKY -6-110  -230
4:00 PM    
409NORTH TEXAS -5-110  -200
410TULSA +5-110  +170
7:00 PM    
411UL MONROE +14½-110  +565
412UL LAFAYETTE -14½-110  -800
3:45 PM    
413UTEP +22½-110  +1300
414MIDDLE TENN ST -22½-110  -2500
7:00 PM    
415CLEMSON +5-110  +180
416SOUTH CAROLINA -5-110  -210
8:00 PM    
417UCLA +3-110  +130
418USC -3-110  -150
7:00 PM    
419NOTRE DAME +15-110  +450
420STANFORD -15-110  -600
9:30 PM    
421ARIZONA U +10½-110  +320
422ARIZONA STATE -10½-110  -400
11:00 PM    
423ARMY +7-110  +235
424HAWAII -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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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
8:00 PM   
105NO ILLINOIS -2½-110 -135
106TOLEDO +2½-110 +115
Top College Football Week 13 Lines For Thursday, November 21, 2013
7:30 PM   
109RUTGERS +17½-110 +670
110CENTRAL FLORIDA -17½-110 -1000
7:30 PM   
111RICE -18-110 -950
112UAB +18-110 +645
9:30 PM   
113UNLV +1-110 
114AIR FORCE -1-110 
Current Week 13 NCAA Football Odds For Friday, November 22, 2013
9:30 PM   
115NAVY +2½-110 +115
116SAN JOSE STATE -2½-110 -135
Week 13 College Football Lines For Saturday, November 23, 2013
3:30 PM   
117NEBRASKA +2-110 EV
118PENN STATE -2-110 -120
12:00 PM   
119ILLINOIS -6½-110 -245
120PURDUE +6½-110 +205
12:30 PM   
7:00 PM   
123CONNECTICUT +8-110 +250
124TEMPLE -8-110 -300
3:30 PM   
125INDIANA +34½-110 +2500
126OHIO STATE -34½-110 -10000
12:00 PM   
127MICHIGAN STATE -7-110 -270
128NORTHWESTERN +7-110 +225
12:30 PM   
129EAST CAROLINA -6-110 -230
130NC STATE +6-110 +192
3:30 PM   
131IDAHO +57-110 
132FLORIDA STATE -57-110 
6:00 PM   
133MARSHALL -32½-110 
134FLORIDA INTL +32½-110 
7:00 PM   
135KENTUCKY +24-110 +1500
136GEORGIA -24-110 -3000
8:00 PM   
137KANSAS +5-110 +175
138IOWA STATE -5-110 -205
12:00 PM   
139DUKE -4½-110 -205
140WAKE FOREST +4½-110 +175
3:30 PM   
142MARYLAND -1-110 
3:30 PM   
143WISCONSIN -16½-110 -800
144MINNESOTA U +16½-110 +565
12:00 PM   
145VIRGINIA +20½-110 +890
146MIAMI FLORIDA -20½-110 -1500
12:00 PM   
147CINCINNATI U +3½EV +140
148HOUSTON U -3½-120 -165
12:00 PM   
149MEMPHIS +24-110 +1300
150LOUISVILLE -24-110 -2500
7:00 PM   
151VANDERBILT +3-115 +125
152TENNESSEE U -3-105 -145
1:00 PM   
153MASSACHUSETTS +10½-110 +310
154CENTRAL MICHIGAN -10½-110 -380
1:00 PM   
155BOWLING GREEN -24½-110 -3000
156EASTERN MICHIGAN +24½-110 +1500
2:00 PM   
157HAWAII +5½-110 +192
158WYOMING -5½-110 -230
7:00 PM   
159WESTERN KENTUCKY -4-110 -185
160TEXAS STATE +4-110 +160
12:00 PM   
161MICHIGAN +6½-110 +192
162IOWA -6½-110 -230
7:00 PM   
163ARIZONA STATE -3-105 -145
164UCLA +3-115 +125
3:30 PM   
165COLORADO STATE +8½-110 +265
166UTAH STATE -8½-110 -320
9:30 PM   
167USC -22-110 -1500
168COLORADO +22-110 +890
3:30 PM   
169TEXAS A&M +4½-110 +175
170LSU -4½-110 -205
3:30 PM   
173OREGON -20½-110 -1200
174ARIZONA U +20½-110 +760
3:30 PM   
175UTEP +17-110 +620
176TULANE -17-110 -900
4:00 PM   
177CALIFORNIA +31½-110 +1800
178STANFORD -31½-110 -6000
3:30 PM   
179TEX SAN ANTONIO +7-105 +230
180NORTH TEXAS -7-115 -280
3:30 PM   
181BYU PK-110 
8:00 PM   
183BAYLOR -9½-110 -380
184OKLAHOMA STATE +9½-110 +310
3:30 PM   
185MIDDLE TENN ST -22½-110 -1800
186SOUTHERN MISS +22½-110 +990
3:00 PM   
187GEORGIA STATE +23½-110 +1300
188ARKANSAS STATE -23½-110 -2500
10:30 PM   
7:00 PM   
191UL MONROE +3½-110 +145
192SOUTH ALABAMA -3½-110 -170
7:00 PM   
193SMU -4-110 -180
194SOUTH FLORIDA +4-110 +155
4:00 PM   
3:00 PM   
197NEW MEXICO STATE +22-110 +1100
198FLORIDA ATLANTIC -22-110 -2000
7:00 PM   
199TULSA -3-120 -165
12:00 PM   
201OKLAHOMA +5½-110 +180
202KANSAS STATE -5½-110 -210
7:45 PM   
203MISSOURI -2½-110 -135
204MISSISSIPPI +2½-110 +115
3:30 PM   
10:30 PM   
207BOISE STATE -6½-110 -245
208SAN 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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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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TimeRot #TeamsSpreadTotalOdds
7:30 PM311GEORGIA TECH +11-110 o61-110 +350
 312CLEMSON -11-110 u61-110 -440
7:30 PM313MARSHALL -13-110 o63-110 -450
 314TULSA +13-110 u63-110 +355
TimeRot #TeamsSpreadTotalOdds
9:00 PM315WASHINGTON U +2½-110 o61-110 +115
 316UCLA -2½-110 u61-110 -135
TimeRot #TeamsSpreadTotalOdds
3:30 PM317MIAMI FLORIDA -3½-110 o61½-110 -170
 318DUKE +3½-110 u61½-110 +145
12:00 PM319INDIANA +23-110 o69½-110 +1350
 320WISCONSIN -23-110 u69½-110 -2600
12:20 PM321KENTUCKY +12½-110 o53-110 +375
 322VANDERBILT -12½-110 u53-110 -470
7:00 PM323HOUSTON U +15-110 o58-110 +510
 324LOUISVILLE -15-110 u58-110 -700
12:00 PM325CENTRAL MICHIGAN -2½-110 o52-110 
 326WESTERN MICHIGAN +2½-110 u52-110 
12:30 PM327MARYLAND +16-110 o43-110 +565
 328VIRGINIA TECH -16-110 u43-110 -800
12:30 PM329NC STATE +7½-110 o53½-110 +250
 330BOSTON COLLEGE -7½-110 u53½-110 -300
12:00 PM331CINCINNATI U PK-110 o53½-110 
 332RUTGERS PK-110 u53½-110 
12:30 PM333NORTH CAROLINA PK-110 o52½-110 
 334PITTSBURGH U PK-110 u52½-110 
12:00 PM335CENTRAL FLORIDA -17-110 o57-110 -900
 336TEMPLE +17-110 u57-110 +620
12:00 PM337PURDUE +21½-110 o45-110 +1100
 338PENN STATE -21½-110 u45-110 -2000
7:00 PM339FLORIDA +12½-110 o41½-110 +390
 340SOUTH CAROLINA -12½-110 u41½-110 -500
3:30 PM341MICHIGAN +3-110 o51½-110 +130
 342NORTHWESTERN -3-110 u51½-110 -150
3:30 PM343SYRACUSE +38-110 o55-110 
 344FLORIDA STATE -38-110 u55-110 
12:30 PM345FLORIDA ATLANTIC -17-110 o49½-110 -900
 346SOUTHERN MISS +17-110 u49½-110 +620
1:00 PM347AKRON -7-110 o45-110 -265
 348MASSACHUSETTS +7-110 u45-110 +220
2:00 PM349UAB +28-110 o65½-110 +1500
 350EAST CAROLINA -28-110 u65½-110 -3500
3:00 PM351CONNECTICUT +15½-110 o57-110 +450
 352SMU -15½-110 u57-110 -600
12:00 PM353WEST VIRGINIA -6½-110 o49-110 -235
 354KANSAS +6½-110 u49-110 +195
2:00 PM355UL LAFAYETTE -21-110 o59½-110 -1600
 356GEORGIA STATE +21-110 u59½-110 +930
5:30 PM357CALIFORNIA +2½-110 o66-110 +105
 358COLORADO -2½-110 u66-110 -125
7:00 PM359TEXAS TECH +27½-110 o85½-110 +1600
 360BAYLOR -27½-110 u85½-110 -4000
10:15 PM361WYOMING +23-110 o68½-110 +1100
 362BOISE STATE -23-110 u68½-110 -2100
9:30 PM363OREGON STATE +14-110 o63½-110 +430
 364ARIZONA STATE -14-110 u63½-110 -560
3:30 PM365GEORGIA +3½-110 o63½-110 +145
 366AUBURN -3½-110 u63½-110 -170
3:30 PM367OKLAHOMA STATE -3-105 o63-110 -145
 368TEXAS +3-115 u63-110 +125
12:00 PM369IOWA STATE +23½-110 o50-110 +1500
 370OKLAHOMA -23½-110 u50-110 -3000
4:00 PM371UTAH +26-110 o64½-110 +1700
 372OREGON -26-110 u64½-110 -4500
3:30 PM373SOUTH ALABAMA +7EV o58-110 +240
 374NAVY -7-120 u58-110 -290
3:30 PM375MICHIGAN STATE -6-110 o41½-110 -240
 376NEBRASKA +6-110 u41½-110 +200
12:00 PM377OHIO STATE -33½-110 o67-110 -10000
 378ILLINOIS +33½-110 u67-110 +2500
10:30 PM379SAN JOSE STATE -8-110 o66½-110 
 380NEVADA +8-110 u66½-110 
7:45 PM381ALABAMA -23-110 o52-110 -2000
 382MISSISSIPPI ST +23-110 u52-110 +1100
8:00 PM383STANFORD -4-110 o46-110 -180
 384USC +4-110 u46-110 +140
7:00 PM385COLORADO STATE -6½-110 o65-110 -245
 386NEW MEXICO +6½-110 u65-110 +205
7:00 PM387MEMPHIS -1½-110 o40½-110 
 388SOUTH FLORIDA +1½-110 u40½-110 
7:00 PM389LOUISIANA TECH +15½-110 o52-110 +510
 390RICE -15½-110 u52-110 -700
3:30 PM391TCU +10½-110 o47-110 +315
 392KANSAS STATE -10½-110 u47-110 -390
12:00 PM393TROY +28-110 o68-110 +1900
 394MISSISSIPPI -28-110 u68-110 -6500
7:30 PM395TEXAS STATE +7½-110 o51½-110 +230
 396ARKANSAS STATE -7½-110 u51½-110 -280
8:00 PM397FLORIDA INTL +6-110 o48½-110 +185
 398UTEP -6-110 u48½-110 -220
2:00 PM399WASHINGTON STATE +11-110 o65-110 +340
 400ARIZONA U -11-110 u65-110 -430
10:30 PM401SAN DIEGO STATE -5-110 o58-110 -205
 402HAWAII +5-110 u58-110 +175

2013 Week 11 NFL Lines Breakdown – Weekly NFL Football Odds

November 14th, 2013 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 Week 11 NFL Lines Breakdown – Weekly NFL Football Odds
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Thursday Night NFL Week 11 Lines For 11/14/2013

Indianapolis (-3, 41.5) at Tennessee 8:25 PM EST
Week 11 of the NFL season kicks off Thursday night on NFL network. The Indianapolis Colts (6–3 SU, 5–4 ATS) travel to Nashville to meet the Tennessee Titans (4–5 BEST YOU, 5-3–1 ATS) in a key AFC South tilt. Both teams are coming into this match up off of upset losses. Indianapolis was defeated 38–8 at the hands of the St. Louis Rams. Tennessee lost at home to the then winless Jacksonville Jaguars 29–27.

Sunday Week Eleven NFL Spreads For 11/17/2013

New York (A) at Buffalo (-1.5, 41.5) 1:00 PM EST
The New York Jets (5–4 SU, 6–3 ATS), fresh off their bye week travel to upstate New York to take on the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo (3–7 SU, 5–5 ATS) is coming off a 13 point loss at Pittsburgh as they struggled mightily in E.J. Manuel’s return from injury. The Jets are currently second in the AFC East and went into the bye on a positive note defeating the New Orleans Saints 26–20.

Detroit (-1.5, 48) at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM EST
The NFC North leading Detroit Lions (6–3 SU, 5–4 ATS) head to the steel city to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers (3–6 SU, 3–6 ATS). Detroit, winners of two in a row are coming off a big win in Chicago 21–19. The Steelers righted the ship after a blowout loss to New England as they dominated the Buffalo Bills winning 23–10. The Steelers cannot afford another loss as they will risk falling out of playoff contention.

Washington at Philadelphia (-3.5, 52) 1:00 PM EST
The Philadelphia Eagles (5–5 SU, 5–5 ATS), winners of two in a row, host the Washington Redskins in a key NFC East matchup. Philadelphia has won two in a row and is tied with Dallas for the NFC East division lead. Washington (3–6 SU, 3–6 ATS) is coming off a Thursday night loss to the hands of the Minnesota Vikings. Strangely enough, Philadelphia really hasn’t had much success at home and will be looking to break the trend. Washington can’t seem to get on a roll as they have yet to win consecutive games this year.

Baltimore at Chicago (-3, 46.5) 1:00 PM EST
The Baltimore Ravens (4–5 SU, 5–4 ATS) hope to build some momentum off an overtime win as they go on the road to face the Chicago Bears (5–4 SU, 2–6–1 ATS). Bears quarterback Jay Cutler struggled last Sunday with an ankle injury and his status is reportedly ruled out for Sunday’s contest. Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco has struggled as well; luckily Baltimore’s defense had one of their better efforts in last Sunday’s win over Cincinnati.

Cleveland at Cincinnati (-5.5, 41) 1:00 PM EST

The Cincinnati Bengals (6–4 SU, 5–4-1 ATS), losers of two straight will look to get back in the win column as they face their in state rival, the Cleveland Browns (4–5 SU, 5–4–1 ATS). The Bengals will be looking for revenge as they lost to the Browns 17–6 to Cleveland in week four. The Browns will be looking to get back into the mix of the AFC North.

Oakland at Houston (-7, 43) 1:00 PM EST
The Houston Texans (2–7 SU, 2–7 ATS) have been one of the more disappointing teams this season. The Texans are losers of seven in a row will be looking to get back in the win column as they host the Oakland Raiders (3–6 SU, 6–3 ATS). These teams last met in 2011 with Oakland getting the road win at Houston 25–20; the win was days after the death of former Oakland owner Al Davis.

Arizona (-6.5, 41) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM EST
The Arizona Cardinals (5–4 SU, 5–4 ATS) will try to continue to stay in the playoff hunt as they head to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars. The Jaguars (1–8 SU, 2–7 ATS) picked up their first win of the year last week, downing the Titans at Tennessee. Jacksonville has failed to score a touchdown at Everbank Field this season. The only touchdown they’ve scored at home was when they were the home team in London.

Minnesota at Seattle (-13.5, 46) 4:25 PM EST
The Seattle Seahawks (9–1 SU, 6–4 ATS) will try to keep their two game lead in the NFC West as they host the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings (2–7 SU, 4–5 ATS) picked up their second win of the year last Thursday as they beat the Washington Redskins 34–27. The Seahawks are undefeated at home this year, winning by an average of 16 points per game.

San Francisco at New Orleans (-3, 47.5) 4:25 PM EST
The New Orleans Saints (7–2 SU, 6–3 ATS), fresh off their 49–17 win over Dallas will try to keep it rolling as they host the San Francisco 49ers in one of the better matchups on Sunday. The 49ers (6–3 SU, 6–3 ATS) have won the previous two matchups in this series. The 49ers, as 3 point underdogs in the week 11 lines, won one of the most memorable playoff game in 2011-12 36–22, and won last year in New Orleans 31–21.

Green Bay at New York (N) (-6.5, 42.5) 4:25 PM EST
The New York Giants (3–6 SU, 3–6 ATS), winners of three in a row will try to keep pace in the NFC East as they host the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay (5–4 SU, 4–5 ATS), losers of two in a row may have Aaron Rodgers back for this game. Rodgers is currently questionable with a collarbone injury.

Kansas City at Denver (-8, 51) 8:30 PM EST
The undefeated Kansas City Chiefs (9–0 SU, 6–3 ATS) will look to extend their division lead as they travel to the mile high city to take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (8–1 SU, 5–4 ATS). The Chiefs are coming off their bye and will look to prove that their undefeated record is no fluke. Manning suffered an ankle injury in last Sunday’s contest against San Diego but reportedly will definitely play on Sunday night.

Monday Night Football Week 10 NFL Lines For 11/11/2013

New England at Carolina (-2.5, 44.5) 8:40 PM EST
In one of the better match ups on Monday night this season, the Carolina Panthers (6–3 SU, 6–3 ATS) will host the New England Patriots. The Panthers have won five games in a row, and are coming off their biggest win of the season at San Francisco. New England (7–2 SU, 5–4 ATS) is coming off the bye week, and will be facing there stiffest road test this season.

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NFL Week 11 Lines For Thursday, November 14, 2013
8:25 PM309INDIANAPOLIS -2½-120 o42-110 -135
 310TENNESSEE +2½EV u42-110 +115
NFL Week 11 Lines For Sunday, November 17, 2013
1:00 PM403ATLANTA -1½-110 o43½-110 -120
 404TAMPA BAY +1½-110 u43½-110 EV
1:00 PM405NY JETS +1-110 o41-110 -105
 406BUFFALO -1-110 u41-110 -115
1:00 PM407DETROIT -2½-110 o47-110 -135
 408PITTSBURGH +2½-110 u47-110 +115
1:00 PM409WASHINGTON +3½-115 o53-110 +155
 410PHILADELPHIA -3½-105 u53-110 -180
4:05 PM411SAN DIEGO -2-110 o45-110 -125
 412MIAMI +2-110 u45-110 +105
1:00 PM413BALTIMORE +3-110 o45½-110 +135
 414CHICAGO -3-110 u45½-110 -160
1:00 PM415CLEVELAND +5½-110 o42½-110 +200
 416CINCINNATI -5½-110 u42½-110 -240
1:00 PM419ARIZONA -7-115 o41-110 -340
 420JACKSONVILLE +7-105 u41-110 +280
8:30 PM421KANSAS CITY +8½-110 o49-110 +310
 422DENVER -8½-110 u49-110 -385
4:25 PM423MINNESOTA +12½-110 o45½-110 +440
 424SEATTLE -12½-110 u45½-110 -585
4:25 PM425SAN FRANCISCO +3EV o47½-110 +145
 426NEW ORLEANS -3-120 u47½-110 -170
4:25 PM427GREEN BAY +4½-110 o42-110 +185
 428NY GIANTS -4½-110 u42-110 -225
NFL Week 11 Lines For Monday, November 18, 2013
8:40 PM429NEW ENGLAND +3-120 o45½-110 +125
 430CAROLINA -3EV u45½-110 -145