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2015-16 BCS College Football National Championship Odds

September 2nd, 2015 by Rodney James (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2015-16 BCS College Football National Championship Odds
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The college football season is approaching. With games in less than a month, it’s time to start looking ahead at the odds to win the National Championship. Remember, this is the second season for the college football playoff system. There are a bunch of teams that will be vying for those four spots. What teams can make it to the title game, and get over the top and win it all? Let’s take a look at some of the latest Vegas odds to win the National Championship for 2015?

The favorite to win the National Championship belongs to the defending champion Ohio State Buckeyes. Ohio State, led by Urban Meyer is listed at +300. The Big Ten favorite will have to contend with solid teams in Wisconsin, Michigan State and Michigan to get there, but with loads of talent on both sides of the ball, the Buckeyes are the heavy favorite. There are two teams tied for the second best odds to win the 2015 National Championship. Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide of Alabama and Gary Patterson and the Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University are listed at +700. The Crimson Tide, of course will have to contend with the rugged SEC, while TCU is the favorite out of the Big 12. Alabama should be solid on both sides of the football, but will hang their hat on the defensive side of the football. A season ago, the Horned Frogs were one of the top scoring teams. Patterson and his offensive attack certainly will be tough to stop throughout the season. Three other teams that are listed highly are the Auburn Tigers at +1400, Oregon Ducks +1400 and USC Trojans +1500. Auburn is the second team listed from the SEC, while the Oregon Ducks and USC Trojans are from the Pac-12.  Finally, the Baylor Bears, who were once of the top scoring teams a season ago is listed also at +1500.

Other teams that are listed as more of an underdog to win the 2015 National Championship are as follows: Clemson Tigers +1800, Florida State Seminoles +1800, Michigan State Spartans +1800, LSU Tigers +2000, Notre Dame Fighting Irish +2200 and UCLA Bruins +2400. The Clemson Tigers and Florida State Seminoles are the top Atlantic Coast Conference teams. The Tigers and Seminoles, if they can run the table in the conference could be a decent darkhorse to get into the final four. Florida State is one season removed from winning the national championship. Michigan State at +1800 is the second Big Ten team listed. As we mentioned earlier, the Spartans will contend with heavy favorites Ohio State, but will also see Michigan during the regular season. That rivalry game is never easy on either side. The Spartans take on Oregon the second week of the season. LSU is the third team listed out of the SEC. Les Miles and his team will need to find a spark offensively to get out of the conference with 1 or 2 losses. Notre Dame, of course is an independent. Their schedule is not as tough as year’s past, and Brian Kelly has shown the ability to recruit some studs to South Bend, so a good darkhorse possibility. Finally, UCLA is the third Pac-12 team listed. They of course are behind both Oregon and USC.

The season kicks off on September 3rd, so be sure to get into the action with NCAA Football Futures wagering, and bet on the National Championship for 2015. There should be some great action all over the country during the upcoming college football season.

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ALABAMA +7806
ARIZONA +97221
ARIZONA STATE +67982
ARKANSAS +46592
AUBURN +13024
BAYLOR +19883
BOISE STATE +121081
BYU +300000
CALIFORNIA +400000
CLEMSON +28562
FLORIDA +73420
FLORIDA STATE +17703
GEORGIA +25863
GEORGIA TECH +65001
IOWA +500000
KANSAS STATE +180000
KENTUCKY +700000
LOUISVILLE +180000
LSU +22406
MIAMI FLORIDA +167920
MICHIGAN +85001
MICHIGAN STATE +19963
MINNESOTA +350000
MISSISSIPPI +42971
MISSISSIPPI STATE +84421
MISSOURI +165000
NC STATE +400000
NEBRASKA +145000
NORTH CAROLINA +300000
NOTRE DAME +19504
OHIO STATE +2809
OKLAHOMA +32413
OKLAHOMA STATE +90000
OREGON +20003
OREGON STATE +650000
PENN STATE +130000
SOUTH CAROLINA +125000
STANFORD +34283
TCU +7227
TENNESSEE +64731
TEXAS +80000
TEXAS A&M +51201
UCLA +31591
USC +14235
UTAH +135000
VIRGINIA TECH +114931
WASHINGTON +350000
WEST VIRGINIA +156560
WISCONSIN +56341

2015 Week 1 College Football Odds – 2015 Week 1 Odds

August 27th, 2015 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2015 Week 1 College Football Odds – 2015 Week 1 Odds
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Below you will find an article discussing the biggest week one NCAA football games and the lines
A Full list of all odds (spreads & totals) for all of the week 1 college football match-ups below.

The opening weekend of NCAA Football is quickly approaching. The oddsmakers have set the lines for all the week one games. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest games for this week along with all the current lines for them.  

The first game of the season features the old ball coach Steve Spurrier & his South Carolina Gamecocks.  SC is currently listed as a mere field goal favorite over the rivaled Tar Heels of North Carolina. This opener between two talented teams should prove to be an excellent opening matchup to kick off the season. Another game on Thursday September 3rd is the Michigan Wolverines and Utah Utes. The Utes are projected to be solid in 2015, while Michigan is looking at a bit of a rebuilding now with Coach Harbaugh taking over. The Utah Utes are -5.5 over the Michigan Wolverines. The TCU Horned Frogs are a two touchdown favorite over the Big Ten’s Minnesota Golden Gophers. TCU is the favorite to win the Big 12 this season, and get into the national championship picture.

On Friday, The Baylor Bears will go on the road, and take on one of the worst teams in the country a season ago. Baylor looks to be one of the best offensive teams in all of college football once again. Baylor is -34 over Southern Methodist University. The Michigan State Spartans are another team that goes on the road in week 1. The Spartans are making sure they do not look ahead to their marquee week 2 tilt against Oregon. Michigan State is -19 at Western Michigan in Week 1. The Fighting Illini of Illinois are another Big Ten team opening up on Friday night. They will also team on a MAC squad. Illinois opened at -15.5 for this game. The final game slated on Friday night is the Boise State Broncos and the Washington Huskies. This game will be played on the blue turf. The Broncos are looking to get back as an elite contender in college football. Boise State is -10.5 over Washington.

The first Saturday of the season sees several elite top 25 matchups. The UCLA Bruins are a 17 point favorite over the Virginia Cavaliers, Stanford goes to Northwestern and are a 12 point favorite in two games featuring Pac-12 teams. The Auburn Tigers host the Louisville Cardinals are come in as 10.5 favorites. Nebraska -6.5 over BYU, Notre Dame -9.5 over Texas, Alabama -10.5 over Wisconsin, USC -28.5 over Arkansas State and in the nightcap for Saturday September 5th, the Ohio State Buckeyes, who are the defending national champions are a 10.5 point favorite over the Virginia Tech Hokies.

Enjoy the opening week of college football & if you are looking for smart picks to put your money on, check out the premium service picks from the experts at Bankroll Sports (who are coming off a very strong football season last year)

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College Football Week 1 Lines For Saturday, 8/29/2015
         
Date & Time Rotation Numbers & Teams Spread Moneyline Over/Under
         
North Dakota State at Montana      
Sat 8/29 293 North Dakota State   -14½ -120  -690  o46 -120
3:30PM 294 Montana   +14½ -120  +430  u46 -120
         
NCAA Football Week One Spreads For Thursday, 9/3/2015
         
South Carolina vs North Carolina, in Charlotte      
Thu 9/3 133 South Carolina   -3 -105  -150  o64½ -110
6:00PM 134 North Carolina   +3 -115  +130  u64½ -110
         
Florida International at Central Florida      
Thu 9/3 135 Florida International   +16½ -110  +570  o46½ -110
6:00PM 136 Central Florida   -16½ -110  -975  u46½ -110
         
Oklahoma State at Central Michigan      
Thu 9/3 137 Oklahoma State   -23 -110  -2575  o54 -110
7:00PM 138 Central Michigan   +23 -110  +1300  u54 -110
         
Michigan at Utah      
Thu 9/3 139 Michigan   +5½ -110  +180  o46 -110
8:30PM 140 Utah   -5½ -110  -240  u46 -110
         
TCU at Minnesota U      
Thu 9/3 141 TCU   -14½ -110  -800  o57½ -110
9:00PM 142 Minnesota U   +14½ -110  +500  u57½ -110
         
Duke at Tulane        
Thu 9/3 143 Duke   -9 -110  -365  o47 -110
9:30PM 144 Tulane   +9 -110  +275  u47 -110
         
Ohio at Idaho        
Thu 9/3 145 Ohio   -8½ -110  -350  o54½ -110
9:00PM 146 Idaho   +8½ -110  +260  u54½ -110
         
Texas San Antonio at Arizona U      
Thu 9/3 147 Texas San Antonio   +31½ -110  +4600  o52½ -110
10:00PM 148 Arizona U   -31½ -110  -14500  u52½ -110
         
Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt      
Thu 9/3 211 Western Kentucky   +1 -110  -102  o65 -110
8:00PM 212 Vanderbilt   -1 -110  -118  u65 -110
         
Elon at Wake Forest      
Thu 9/3 301 Elon   +28½ -120  +2600  
7:00PM 302 Wake Forest   -28½ -120  -8200  
         
VMI at Ball State      
Thu 9/3 303 VMI   +28½ -120  +2600  
7:00PM 304 Ball State   -28½ -120  -8200  
         
Stony Brook at Toledo      
Thu 9/3 305 Stony Brook   +26½ -120  +1900  
7:00PM 306 Toledo   -26½ -120  -5700  
         
Alcorn State vs Georgia Tech      
Thu 9/3 307 Alcorn State   +44 -120  +30000  
7:30PM 308 Georgia Tech   -44 -120  -150000  
         
Villanova at Connecticut      
Thu 9/3 309 Villanova   -3 -120  -160  
7:30PM 310 Connecticut   +3 -120  +120  
         
Southern Utah at Utah State      
Thu 9/3 311 Southern Utah   +32 -120  +4500  
9:00PM 312 Utah State   -32 -120  -17500  
         
UC Davis at Nevada      
Thu 9/3 313 UC Davis   +24½ -120  +1300  
10:00PM 314 Nevada   -24½ -120  -3000  
         
New Hampshire at San Jose State      
Thu 9/3 315 New Hampshire   +5½ -120  +170  
10:00PM 316 San Jose State   -5½ -120  -230  
         
Abilene Christian at Fresno State      
Thu 9/3 317 Abilene Christian   +21 -120  +850  
10:00PM 318 Fresno State   -21 -120  -1750  
         
College Football Week One Spreads For Thursday, 9/4/2015
         
Colorado at Hawaii      
Fri 9/4 149 Colorado   -8 -110  -350  o56½ -110
1:00AM 150 Hawaii   +8 -110  +290  u56½ -110
         
Baylor at SMU        
Fri 9/4 151 Baylor   -34½ -110  -21500  o74½ -110
7:00PM 152 SMU   +34½ -110  +6500  u74½ -110
         
Charlotte at Georgia State      
Fri 9/4 153 Charlotte   +6½ -110  +210  o74 -110
3:30PM 154 Georgia State   -6½ -110  -250  u74 -110
         
Michigan State at Western Michigan      
Fri 9/4 155 Michigan State   -18½ -110  -1370  o58½ -110
7:00PM 156 Western Michigan   +18½ -110  +750  u58½ -110
         
Kent State at Illinois      
Fri 9/4 157 Kent State   +16 -110  +550  o51½ -110
9:00PM 158 Illinois   -16 -110  -925  u51½ -110
         
Washington U at Boise State      
Fri 9/4 159 Washington U   +10½ -110  +320  o56½ -110
10:15PM 160 Boise State   -10½ -110  -425  u56½ -110
         
Fordham at Army      
Fri 9/4 319 Fordham   +7 -120  +210  
7:00PM 320 Army   -7 -120  -290  
         
Rhode Island at Syracuse      
Fri 9/4 321 Rhode Island   +33 -120  +5000  
7:00PM 322 Syracuse   -33 -120  -20000  
         
Weber State at Oregon State      
Fri 9/4 323 Weber State   +28 -120  +2250  
8:00PM 324 Oregon State   -28 -120  -6750  
         
NCAA Football Week One Spreads For Saturday, 9/5/2015
         
Old Dominion at Eastern Michigan      
Sat 9/5 161 Old Dominion   -6½ -110    
3:00PM 162 Eastern Michigan   +6½ -110    
         
New Mexico State at Florida      
Sat 9/5 163 New Mexico State   +36½ -110  +11000  o57½ -110
7:30PM 164 Florida   -36½ -110  -35000  u57½ -110
         
Penn State at Temple      
Sat 9/5 165 Penn State   -7 -110  -290  o39 -110
3:30PM 166 Temple   +7 -110  +245  u39 -110
         
Florida Atlantic at Tulsa      
Sat 9/5 167 Florida Atlantic   +7½ -120  +240  o62½ -110
3:30PM 168 Tulsa   -7½ +100  -300  u62½ -110
         
Virginia at UCLA      
Sat 9/5 169 Virginia   +17 -110  +575  o53½ -110
3:30PM 170 UCLA   -17 -110  -985  u53½ -110
         
Stanford at Northwestern      
Sat 9/5 171 Stanford   -12 -110  -485  o45 -110
12:00PM 172 Northwestern   +12 -110  +350  u45 -110
         
Louisville vs Auburn, in Atlanta      
Sat 9/5 173 Louisville   +11 -110  +330  o58½ -110
3:30PM 174 Auburn   -11 -110  -450  u58½ -110
         
Arizona State vs Texas A&M, in Houston      
Sat 9/5 175 Arizona State   +3 -110  +125  o66½ -110
7:00PM 176 Texas A&M   -3 -110  -155  u66½ -110
         
BYU at Nebraska      
Sat 9/5 177 BYU   +6½ -110  +190  o65 -110
3:30PM 178 Nebraska   -6½ -110  -250  u65 -110
         
Troy at NC State      
Sat 9/5 179 Troy   +25½ -110  +1500  o58 -110
6:00PM 180 NC State   -25½ -110  -3750  u58 -110
         
UNLV at Northern Illinois      
Sat 9/5 181 UNLV   +21 -110  +920  o62½ -110
7:30PM 182 Northern Illinois   -21 -110  -1630  u62½ -110
         
Akron at Oklahoma      
Sat 9/5 183 Akron   +31 -110  +4500  o55½ -110
7:00PM 184 Oklahoma   -31 -110  -14000  u55½ -110
         
Bowling Green vs Tennessee, in Nashville      
Sat 9/5 185 Bowling Green   +21 -110  +900  o60 -110
4:00PM 186 Tennessee U   -21 -110  -1610  u60 -110
         
UL Monroe at Georgia      
Sat 9/5 189 UL Monroe   +35 -110  +8000  o52 -110
12:00PM 190 Georgia   -35 -110  -26000  u52 -110
         
UL Lafayette at Kentucky      
Sat 9/5 191 UL Lafayette   +15½ -110  +500  o60½ -110
7:00PM 192 Kentucky   -15½ -110  -800  u60½ -110
         
UTEP at Arkansas      
Sat 9/5 193 UTEP   +33 -110  +6000  o49 -110
3:30PM 194 Arkansas   -33 -110  -20000  u49 -110
         
Georgia Southern at West Virginia      
Sat 9/5 195 Georgia Southern   +20 -110  +1025  o58½ -110
7:30PM 196 West Virginia   -20 -110  -1550  u58½ -110
         
Texas at Notre Dame      
Sat 9/5 197 Texas   +9½ -110  +295  o54½ -110
7:30PM 198 Notre Dame   -9½ -110  -385  u54½ -110
         
Texas State at Florida State      
Sat 9/5 199 Texas State   +30 -110  +4000  o58 -110
8:00PM 200 Florida State   -30 -110  -12500  u58 -110
         
Alabama vs Wisconsin, in Arlington      
Sat 9/5 201 Wisconsin   +10 -110  +300  o53 -110
8:00PM 202 Alabama   -10 -110  -390  u53 -110
         
Mississippi State at Southern Mississippi      
Sat 9/5 203 Mississippi State   -23½ -110  -2575  o55½ -110
10:00PM 204 Southern Mississippi   +23½ -110  +1300  u55½ -110
         
Arkansas State at USC      
Sat 9/5 205 Arkansas State   +29 -110  +3500  o67 -110
11:00PM 206 USC   -29 -110  -10000  u67 -110
         
South Dakota State at Kansas      
Sat 9/5 325 South Dakota State   +5 -120  +160  
12:00PM 326 Kansas   -5 -120  -210  o64 -110
         u64 -110
Norfolk State at Rutgers      
Sat 9/5 327 Norfolk State   +38 -120  +10000  
12:00PM 328 Rutgers   -38 -120  -50000  o53½ -110
         u53½ -110
Illinois State at Iowa      
Sat 9/5 329 Illinois State   +9 -120  +250  
12:00PM 330 Iowa   -9 -120  -350  
         
Richmond at Maryland      
Sat 9/5 331 Richmond   +20½ -120  +775  
12:00PM 332 Maryland   -20½ -120  -1625  
         
Colgate at Navy      
Sat 9/5 333 Colgate   +28½ -120  +2600  
12:00PM 334 Navy   -28½ -120  -8200  
         
Tennessee Martin at Mississippi      
Sat 9/5 335 Tennessee Martin   +40½ -120  +15000  
12:00PM 336 Mississippi   -40½ -120  -75000  
         
Wofford at Clemson      
Sat 9/5 337 Wofford   +38½ -120  +10000  
12:30PM 338 Clemson   -38½ -120  -50000  
         
Youngstown State at Pittsburgh      
Sat 9/5 339 Youngstown State   +12 -120  +320  
1:00PM 340 Pittsburgh U   -12 -120  -460  
         
Maine at Boston College      
Sat 9/5 341 Maine   +28½ -120  +2500  
1:00PM 342 Boston College   -28½ -120  -7500  
         
Portland State at Washington State      
Sat 9/5 343 Portland State   +28 -120  +2500  
2:00PM 344 Washington State   -28 -120  -7500  
         
Gardner-Webb at South Alabama      
Sat 9/5 345 Gardner-Webb   +22 -120  +1000  
6:00PM 346 South Alabama   -22 -120  -2000  
         
Albany NY at Buffalo      
Sat 9/5 347 Albany NY   +13½ -120  +370  
3:30PM 348 Buffalo U   -13½ -120  -560  
         
Morgan State at Air Force      
Sat 9/5 349 Morgan State   +32½ -120  +4750  
3:30PM 350 Air Force   -32½ -120  -18250  
         
North Dakota vs Wyoming      
Sat 9/5 351 North Dakota   +18½ -120  +600  
4:00PM 352 Wyoming   -18½ -120  -1200  
         
Savannah State at Colorado State      
Sat 9/5 353 Savannah State   +50½ -120  +60000  
4:00PM 354 Colorado State   -50½ -120  -300000  
         
Presbyterian at Miami Ohio      
Sat 9/5 355 Presbyterian   +9 -120  +250  
3:30PM 356 Miami Ohio   -9 -120  -350  
         
Howard at Appalachian State      
Sat 9/5 357 Howard   +32 -120  +4500  
3:30PM 358 Appalachian State   -32 -120  -17500  
         
Wagner at Rice        
Sat 9/5 359 Wagner   +29½ -120  +2750  
3:30PM 360 Rice   -29½ -120  -9250  
         
SE Missouri State at Missouri      
Sat 9/5 361 SE Missouri St   +41½ -120  +20000  
4:00PM 362 Missouri   -41½ -120  -100000  
         
Southern Illinois at Indiana      
Sat 9/5 363 Southern Illinois   +16 -120  +475  
4:00PM 364 Indiana   -16 -120  -825  
         
Grambling State at California      
Sat 9/5 365 Grambling State   +43½ -120  +30000  
5:00PM 366 California   -43½ -120  -150000  
         
Bethune-Cookman at Miami Florida      
Sat 9/5 367 Bethune-Cookman   +38 -120  +12500  
6:00PM 368 Miami Florida   -38 -120  -62500  
         
Towson at East Carolina      
Sat 9/5 369 Towson   +30½ -120  +3350  
6:00PM 370 East Carolina   -30½ -120  -12450  
         
Southern U at Louisiana Tech      
Sat 9/5 371 Southern U   +40 -120  +15000  
7:00PM 372 Louisiana Tech   -40 -120  -75000  
         
Sam Houston State at Texas Tech      
Sat 9/5 373 Sam Houston State   +15½ -120  +450  
3:30PM 374 Texas Tech   -15½ -120  -750  
         
Florida A&M at South Florida      
Sat 9/5 375 Florida A&M   +28 -120  +2500  
7:00PM 376 South Florida   -28 -120  -7500  
         
Missouri State at Memphis      
Sat 9/5 377 Missouri State   +23 -120  +1175  
7:00PM 378 Memphis   -23 -120  -2525  
         
Jackson State at Middle Tennessee State      
Sat 9/5 379 Jackson State   +38½ -120  +10500  
7:00PM 380 Middle Tennessee   -38½ -120  -52500  
         
Alabama A&M at Cincinnati      
Sat 9/5 381 Alabama A&M   +43½ -120  +30000  
7:00PM 382 Cincinnati U   -43½ -120  -150000  
         
South Dakota at Kansas State      
Sat 9/5 383 South Dakota   +36 -120  +8000  
7:10PM 384 Kansas State   -36 -120  -35000  
         
McNeese State at LSU      
Sat 9/5 385 McNeese State   +36½ -120  +8750  
7:30PM 386 LSU   -36½ -120  -39250  
         
Eastern Washington at Oregon      
Sat 9/5 387 Eastern Washington   +35 -120  +6750  
8:00PM 388 Oregon   -35 -120  -28250  
         
Northern Iowa at Iowa State      
Sat 9/5 389 Northern Iowa   +8 -120  +240  
8:00PM 390 Iowa State   -8 -120  -320  
         
Tennessee Tech at Houston U      
Sat 9/5 391 Tennessee Tech   +35½ -120  +5500  
8:00PM 392 Houston U   -35½ -120  -21500  
         
Mississippi Valley State at New Mexico      
Sat 9/5 393 Mississippi Valley State   +43½ -120  +30000  
8:00PM 394 New Mexico   -43½ -120  -150000  
         
San Diego at San Diego State      
Sat 9/5 395 San Diego   +38½ -120  +11500  
8:00PM 396 San Diego State   -38½ -120  -57500  
         
Week 1 College Football Lines For Sunday, 9/6/2015
         
Purdue at Marshall      
Sun 9/6 207 Purdue   +7½ -115  +225  
3:00PM 208 Marshall   -7½ -105  -285  
         
College Football Week One Odds For Monday, 9/7/2015
         
Ohio State at Virginia Tech      
Mon 9/7 209 Ohio State   -11 -110  -485  
8:00PM 210 Virginia Tech   +11 -110  +350  

 

 

2014 NCAA Week 8 Line Breakdown

October 15th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2014 NCAA Week 8 Line Breakdown

Week 8 of the 2014 college football season is upon us. Here are some of the marquee matchups and the lines for the upcoming weekend of action, courtesy of JustBet Sportsbook. All NCAA football bettors and sports fans will get their fill of quality action this weekend as there are quite a few interesting matchups on tap in the SEC, Big 12, and PAC-12 conference.

Thursday, October 16th

#20 Utah (-3, 53) at Oregon State 10:00 pm PAC-12 Network

The #20 ranked Utah Utes will be looking for a little payback when they travel to Corvallis to take on the Oregon State Beavers. The Beavers defeated the Utes last year 51-48 in overtime. the Utes are coming off a huge win at UCLA in week 6.

Saturday, October 18th

#4 Baylor (-8, 79.5) at West Virginia 10:00 pm EST Fox Sports 1

The Baylor Bears travel to Morgantown to take on the West Virginia Mountaineers in a key Big 12 tilt. both teams are coming off huge come from behind wins, with West Virginia winning at Texas Tech, while Baylor defeated TCU. It may take an act of god for it not to go over the total.

#14 Kansas State at #11 Oklahoma (-7.5, 58) 12:00 pm EST ESPN

Jake Waters and the #14 Kansas State Wildcats travel to Norman to take on the Oklahoma Sooners. The last time these two teams met was last year, where Oklahoma won in Manhatten 41-31.

#8 Michigan State (-16, 59) at Indiana 3:30 pm EST ESPN

One of the best defenses in the country in Michigan State will travel to Bloomington to take on the high powered offense of Indiana. The meeting comes at a bad time for the Hoosiers, as quarterback Nate Sudfeld was lost for the season with a shoulder injury.

#21 Texas A&M #3 Alabama (-10.5, 61.5) 3:30 pm EST CBS

The #21 Texas A&M Aggies head to Tuscaloosa to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide. The home field has not mattered the past two years between these two schools, as the visitor has won the past two matchups.

#15 Oklahoma State at #12 TCU (-9, 61.5) 4:00 pm EST FOX Sports 1

The TCU Horned Frogs are coming off consecutive games, and will need to be focused against an under the radar oklahoma State Squad. In the past two weeks, TCU has defeated Oklahoma, and lost to Baylor in the final seconds.

Tennessee at #3 Ole Miss (-16.5, 46) 7:00 pm EST ESPN

The Ole Miss Rebels are coming off two monumental wins over Alabama and Texas A&M. They’ll try to avoid the letdown when they take on the Tennessee Volunteers. If Tennessee can play the way they did against Georgia, this could be a game.

#5 Notre Dame at #2 Florida State (No Line) 8:00 pm EST ABC

In what will be the marquee game of the week, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish take on the Florida State Seminoles. There is currently no word on the status of quarterback Jameis Winston, who might be facing a possible suspension. The last time Winston was suspended, the Seminoles escaped with a 23-17 overtime win against Clemson.

#23 Stanford (-3, 54) at #17 Arizona State 10:30 pm EST ESPN

The Stanford Cardinal will look to rebound from a loss at Notre Dame when they take on the Arizona State Sun Devils in a PAC-12 tilt. The Sun Devils are coming off a huge win over USC due to a last minute hail mary touchdown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 NCAAFB Week 4 Line Breakdown

September 17th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2014 NCAAFB Week 4 Line Breakdown

Week 4 of the 2014 college football season is upon us. Here are some of the marquee matchups and the lines for the upcoming weekend of action, courtesy of JustBet. All NCAA football bettors and sports fans will get their fill of quality action this weekend as there are quite a few interesting matchups on tap.

#5 Auburn (-9) at #20 Kansas State 7:30 PM ESPN

The #20 ranked Kansas State wildcats will need to be at the top of their game when they host the #5 ranked Auburn Tigers. Kansas State has had 2 weeks to prepare, and they’ll need it as Auburn is averaging 330 yards per game on the ground.

Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech  (-8) 12:00 PM ESPN

Virginia Tech was riding high after their upset win at Ohio State. They came back down to earth last weekend after a 28-21 upset loss to East Carolina. The Virginia Tech defense will now have to focus as they have the triple option attack of Georgia Tech to deal with.

Florida at #3 Alabama (-14) 3:30 PM CBS

The Florida Gators head to Tuscaloosa to take on the #3 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide. Florida escaped with a 36-30 win in triple overtime. The Crimson Tide has taken care of business since being tested by West Virginia in week 1, winning their last 2 games by a combined score of 93-10.

Virginia at #21 BYU (-15) 3:30 PM ESPN

The Virginia Cavaliers, fresh off their upset win of Louisville, will head to Provo, Utah to take on Taysom Hill and the #20 ranked BYU Cougars. This game will feature two of the better defensive units in the nation.

Jameis Winston passed for 444 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 51-14 win at Clemson last season

Mississippi State at #8 LSU 7:00 PM ESPN

The Mississippi State Bulldogs will have upset on their mind when they take on LSU from Baton Rouge, LA. LSU’s defense has not given up a score since their win against Wisconsin, and will look to replicate the 59-26 drubbing that they dealt the Bulldogs last year.

 

#4 Oklahoma (-7) at West Virginia 7:30 PM FOX

In what should be one of the better games of the weekend, the #4 ranked Oklahoma Sooners head to Morgantown to take on the improved West Virginia Mountaineers. It should be a stiff road test for the Sooners, as they will be in a hostile environment. Oklahoma won last year’s meeting 16-7, in Norman.

#22 Clemson at #1 Florida State  (-20) 8:00 PM ABC

Last year the Florida State Seminoles put the rest of college football on notice as they dominated Clemson on the Tigers’ home turf 51-14. The Tigers will need a better effort than what they showed in week 1, or it could result in the same outcome in Tallahassee.

Miami (FL) at #24 Nebraska (-7) 8:00 PM ESPN

The Nebraska Cornhuskers have been somewhat inconsistent this season. They had an impressive 55-7 win in week 1, and then needed a miracle play in week 2 to defeat McNeese State. The Miami Hurricanes should provide a stiff test, as they’ve looked a lot better in the past two weeks compared to their road opener loss to Louisville.

 

2013 College Bowl Game Odds – NCAA Football Bowl Schedule

December 20th, 2013 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2013 College Bowl Game Odds – NCAA Football Bowl Schedule
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15 weeks in the regular season are complete. Contenders have been separated from pretenders, and conference champions have been crowned. Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the lines for all the upcoming bowl matchups from JustBet sportsbook.

Saturday December 21, 2013

GILDAN NEW MEXICO BOWL
Washington State (-3.5) vs. Colorado State 2:00 PM EST
The Washington State Cougars are in a bowl game for the first time since 2003, while Colorado State is back in the postseason after a four-year absence. 

ROYAL PURPLE LAS VEGAS BOWL
#20 Fresno State vs. #25 USC (-5.5) 3:30 PM EST
One of the more intriguing matchups of the bowl season, as the high powered offense of Fresno State led by Derek Carr, faces the stout defense of USC. USC has been in the news as of late, hiring Steve Sarkisian as their head coach. Ed Orgeron, who was the interim coach, resigned after not being offered the head coaching position.

FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL
Buffalo (-3) vs. San Diego State 5:30 PM EST
San Diego State rebounded started out 0-3 this season, yet rebounded to win seven of its last nine. Buffalo started out hot during the season at 7-2, yet lost their last two of 3, to Toledo and Bowling Green, the eventual MAC champions.

R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL
Tulane vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (NL) 9:00 PM EST
Tulane will be making their first bowl appearance in 11 years, and they will be bowling in their backyard. Louisiana-Lafayette has won this bowl game two years in a row.

Monday, December 23, 2013

BEEF O’BRADY’S BOWL
East Carolina (-12.5) vs. Ohio 2:00 PM EST
The high scoring offensive attack of East Carolina led by quarterback Shane Carden, takes on the Ohio University Bobcats, led by senior quarterback Tyler Tettleton. Ohio comes into this game losing three of their last four. East Carolina had won five straight before losing in the final regular season game to Marshall 59-28.
 

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

SHERATON HAWAII BOWL
Boise State vs. Oregon State (-2.5) 8:00 PM EST
Boise State will come into this matchup without the services of head coach Chris Peterson, who bolted the program for Washington. Oregon State comes into this matchup on a five game losing streak.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

LITTLE CAESARS BOWL
Pittsburgh vs. Bowling Green (-5.5) 6:00 PM EST
The Bowling Green Falcons are pretty familiar with Ford Field, as they won their first MAC championship in an upset over Northern Illinois. The Pitt Panthers will definitely have their hands full, as Bowling Green boasts the nation’s 5th ranked scoring defense.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION POINSETTA BOWL
Utah State vs. #23 Northern Illinois (-1.5) 6:00 PM EST
Jordan Lynch and the Northern Illinois Huskies had their BCS hopes dashed losing to Bowling Green in the MAC championship. They will now face the Mountain West conference’s best defense in Utah State.

Friday, December 27, 2013

MILITARY BOWL
Marshall (-2.5) vs. Maryland 2:30 PM EST
The Maryland Terrapins make their first bowl appearance under coach Randy Edsell. The Terps will have their hands full as Marshall has one of the highest scoring offenses averaging 43 points per game.

TEXAS BOWL
Syracuse vs. Minnesota (-4.5) 6:00 PM EST
Syracuse made it to a Bowl in their first year in the ACC, although they’ve had an up and down year at 6-6. Minnesota has had one of their better years, although the health of head coach Jerry Kiln might have been a distraction. They did get a win against previously ranked Nebraska, yet lossed to all the other ranked teams they faced.

FIGHT HUNGER BOWL
BYU vs. Washington (-3) 9:30 PM EST
The Fight Hunger Bowl should feature a lot of points as both teams have some of the better offenses in the nation. With Steve Sarkisian leaving to take the USC head coaching position, QB coach Marques Tuiasosopo will serve as interim coach. 

Saturday, December 28, 2013

NEW ERA PINSTRIPE BOWL
Rutgers vs. Notre Dame (-15.5) 12:00 PM EST
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish took a step back this year, yet still have quality wins over Arizona State and BYU. They also gave Stanford a run for their money. Rutgers started the season 4-1, yet struggle down the stretch, losing five out of their last seven.

BELK BOWL
Cincinnati vs. North Carolina (-3) 3:20 PM EST
Cincinnati will be making its second straight trip to the Belk Bowl. They defeated Duke last year, and now will face another in state opponent when they take on the Tarheels. The Tarheels came on late in the season after starting 1-5, and were not eligible for postseason play last year.

RUSSELL ATHLETIC BOWL
Miami vs. #19 Louisville (-3) 6:45 PM EST
The Louisville Cardinals had BCS aspirations at the beginning of the season, but those hopes were dashed when they lost to Central Florida 38-35. Miami climbed as high as #7 in the BCS rankings before being defeated by Florida State and losing star running back Duke Johnson for the year to injury.

BUFFALO WILD WINGS BOWL
Michigan vs. Kansas State (-3) 10:15 PM EST
The Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl features two teams going in opposite directions. Kansas State had a rough start to the season, yet won five of their final six games. Michigan started the season 5-0, yet ended up losing five of their final seven games.

Monday, December 30, 2013

BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL
Middle Tennessee vs. Navy (NL) 11:45 AM EST
The Navy Midshipmen still have the annual Army-Navy game on the docket December 14th. The Midshipmen will have Middle Tennessee waiting on them afterwards. Middle Tennessee will have their hands full with Navy’s triple option attack, as they gave up an average 405 yards per offense per game.

FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY BOWL
Ole Miss (-3) vs. Georgia Tech 11:45 AM EST
The Ole Miss Rebels certainly didn’t end their regular season on a positive note, as they lost their final two games and were anemic offensively. They will need to get their offense in order to keep up with a Georgia Tech option attack that averages 311 yards per game. 

VALERO ALAMO BOWL
#10 Oregon (-13) vs. Texas 6:45 PM EST
The Texas Longhorns will need their best defensive effort of the year as they take on the high octane offensive attack. They will also have to deal with a motivated Marcus Mariota, one of the top quarterbacks in the country that didn’t get a Heisman invite.

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY BOWL
#14 Arizona State (-13.5) vs. Texas Tech 10:15 PM EST
Both offenses can score in a hurry, and the scoreboards will be lighting up. Arizona State was playing at a high level until they were defeated soundly by Stanford in the PAC-12 championship. Texas Tech started out the season 7-0, yet lost their last five games of the season.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

ADVOCARE V100 BOWL
Arizona (-7) vs. Boston College 12:30 PM EST
Two teams with star running backs will face off in Shreveport, Louisiana. The game features two of the best backs in the country in Boston College’s Andre Williams and Arizona’s Ka’Deem Carey. Both running backs have combined for 3818 yards on the ground.

HYUNDAI SUN BOWL
Virginia Tech vs. #17 UCLA (-7) 2:00 PM EST
UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley and star freshman Myles Jack will have their hands full against the Virginia Tech defense ranked No. 4 in the nation in total defense. Hundley is one of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the country, with 3,432 total yards and 31 total touchdowns. There will be no distractions for UCLA as Jim Mora Jr. signed a six year contract extension shortly after the victory over USC. If you haven’t seen Myles Jack play, you should definitely do so.

AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL
Rice vs. Mississippi State (-7) 4:00 PM EST
The Mississippi State Bulldogs clinched a bowl berth over intrastate rival Ole Miss. They will take on a Rice squad that pummeled Marshall in the Conference USA championship game, totaling almost 500 yards of total offense.

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL
#24 Duke vs. #21 Texas A&M (-11.5) 8:00 PM EST
The ACC Coastal division champion Duke Blue Devils take on Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies in the Chick-Fil-A bowl from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. It will be a matchup of a Duke squad that is having a magical season against a Texas A&M team that could be seeing Johnny Manziel play his last game. 

Wednesday, January 1, 2013

TAXSLAYER.COM GATOR BOWL
Nebraska vs. #22 Georgia (-9) 12:00 PM EST
These two teams met last year in the Capital One Bowl, with Georgia winning 45-31. It’s been a disappointing season for both teams, especially for Georgia. The Bulldogs were hit hard with injuries, and at the end of the season lost star quarterback Aaron Murray.  Nebraska is coming off a 38-17 loss at home to Iowa, while Georgia got a dramatic win over Georgia Tech 41-34.

HEART OF DALLAS BOWL
UNLV vs. NORTH TEXAS (-6.5) 12:00 PM EST
UNLV will be making their first bowl appearance in a bowl game since 2000. UNLV boasts an offense that averages 31 points per game. North Texas is 9th in scoring defense, allowing only 18.1 points per game. The Mean Green come into the matchup winning six out their last seven, while the Rebels have won three out of their last five.

OUTBACK BOWL
Iowa vs. #16 LSU (-7) 1:00 PM EST
Two teams that have had quality seasons meet in the Outback Bowl. LSU is 9-3, yet has quality wins over Texas A&M and Auburn. Iowa comes into this matchup winners of three in a row, finishing off the season with a 38-17 victory at Nebraska. LSU will be without the services of quarterback Zach Mettenberger, who was lost for season with a torn ACL.

CAPITAL ONE BOWL
#19 Wisconsin (-1) vs. #9 South Carolina 1:00 PM EST
Jadaveon Clowney will be playing in his last game, and the South Carolina defense will have their work cut out for them trying to stop the potent rushing attack of Wisconsin. South Carolina can also run the ball, averaging 205 yards per game, led by running back Mike Davis.

ROSE BOWL GAME PRESENTED BY VIZIO
#5 Stanford (-3.5) vs. #4 Michigan State 5:00 PM EST
Two of the top defenses in the country will clash as the Michigan State Spartans take on the Stanford Cardinal. Michigan State punched their ticket to the Rose Bowl, defeating Ohio State 34-24. Their top ranked defense will be challenged by a powerhouse rushing attack in Stanford. Stanford won the PAC-12 championship, defeating Arizona State 38-14. If you like good smash mouth football, this is the game for you.

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL
#15 UCF vs. #6 Baylor (-16.5) 8:30 PM EST
Both Central Florida and Baylor will be making their first BCS Bowl appearances. Baylor has the top offense in the country, and will be facing one of the more underrated quarterbacks in the country, in Central Florida’s Blake Bortles. Central Florida has the 13th ranked scoring defense, allowing 19,6 points per game. If they want to hold Baylor to under 20 points, the defense will have to be at the top of their game.

Thursday, January 2, 2013

ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL
#11 Oklahoma vs. #3 Alabama (-15) 8:30 PM EST
For the first time in 3 years, the Alabama Crimson Tide will not be playing in the BCS national championship. Instead, they will play in the Sugar Bowl against Oklahoma. Oklahoma upset Oklahoma State to earn a BCS berth. 

Friday, January 3, 2013

AT&T COTTON BOWL
#13 Oklahoma State vs. #6 Missouri (-1.5) 7:30 PM EST
These two teams have met before, as Missouri used to play in the Big 12. Oklahoma State lost out on a BCS berth losing to rival Oklahoma in the final regular season game. Missouri lost to Auburn in the SEC championship, giving up more than 500 yards rushing.

Discover Orange Bowl
#12 Clemson vs. #7 Ohio State (-3) 8:30 PM EST
Two explosive offenses will meet in the Orange Bowl this year. The Ohio State Buckeyes had their chance to play in the national championship, yet lost in the Big Ten championship to Michigan State. They will get a chance to prove their worth against Clemson, although Clemson has a lot of offensive firepower, and could expose a leaky Buckeye defense. Braxton Miller and Tajh Boyd should provide some exciting moments in this one. 

Saturday, January 4, 2013

BBVA COMPASS BOWL
Vanderbilt vs. Houston (-3) 1:00 PM EST
Vanderbilt had quite a successful season, and has some quality wins vs. Georgia, at Tennessee, and at Florida. Their offense will need to be focused against a Houston defense that is opportunistic and leads the nation with 40 takeaways. 

Sunday, January 5, 2013

GODADDY.COM BOWL
Arkansas State vs. Ball State (-9) 9:00 PM EST
The Sun Belt champion Arkansas State Red Wolves will have to deal with Ball State’s Keith Wenning. Wenning is one of the better quarterbacks in the MAC passing for 3933 yards and 34 touchdowns. Arkansas State comes into this matchup off a loss to Western Kentucky, yet had won their four previous games. 

Monday, January 6, 2013

VIZIO BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
#1 Florida State (-9) vs. #2 Auburn 8:30 PM EST
The debate is over, and Auburn certainly earned their spot in the BCS championship. The Tigers are looking like a team of destiny. It started with a miracle 73 yard touchdown pass over Georgia. Next it was what is being called the craziest play in college football history, a 109 yard return off a missed field goal to beat Alabama. In the SEC championship, it was a 545 yard rushing performance that led to a 59-42 victory. Florida State has made their case week in and week out, with an average margin of victory of 42.3 points.

 

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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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
           
12:00pm (EST) 115 CENTRAL FLORIDA N/A N/A N/A
  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
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Current BCS Rankings – Week 15 BCS Standings (as of 12/3)

December 3rd, 2013 by Lou Palumbo (Head Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on Current BCS Rankings – Week 15 BCS Standings (as of 12/3)
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Week 14 of the 2013 college football season was by far one of the most memorable weekends in recent memory. The Iron Bowl between Auburn and Alabama did not disappoint, and in fact exceeded expectations as it ended with one of the most memorable endings in college football history. Chris Davis from Auburn ran back an Alabama field goal attempt for a touchdown with only 1 second left on the clock. As a result, Alabama dropped to #4 in the BCS rankings, while Auburn moved up to #3. (Continued Below)

Current BCS Rankings Top 5 as of 12/3/13
Florida St. Seminoles              .9948
Ohio St. Buckeyes                    .9503
Auburn Tigers                          .9233
Alabama Crimson Tide            .8539 
Missouri Tigers                        .8428

Florida State was the main beneficiary of Alabama’s loss, as they moved up to #1. The Seminoles took care of business defeating rival Florida 37-7. Ohio State also benefited greatly, as they moved up to #2. The Buckeyes were lucky to win, as Michigan decided to go for two on the final play of the game. The attempt failed, resulting in a 42-41 win over rival Michigan. (Continued Below)

Current BCS Rankings & BCS Standings (as of 12/3/2013)
BCS Rankings Week 15

As of now, Ohio State leads Auburn by the slimmest of margins. Some are suggesting that Ohio State needs to win impressive in the Big Ten championship. Should they struggle, Missouri or Auburn, who play in the SEC championship, could leap over Ohio State. You also have Alabama still at #4, and they have a slim possibility of getting into the championship game, but needs a lot to happen. The Crimson Tide will need both Florida State, Ohio State, and Auburn to lose. Florida State is more than a four touchdown favorite over Duke and the Seminoles should dominate, as they have all year.

One thing is for sure, the BCS will be set in stone after this weekend. Who plays in each contest still remains to be seen, as nothing is guaranteed, especially after seeing the events unfold last weekend.

Final BCS Bowl Games
BCS National Championship Game: TBD
Sugar Bowl: TBD
Rose Bowl: TBD
Fiesta Bowl: TBD
Orange Bowl: TBD