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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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List of Week 12 NCAA Football Lines Can Be Found At The Bottom of Post
This article is written based off the week 12 NCAA football betting lines as of 10:30 AM on 11/12.
The complete list and more up to date week 12 football odds can be found at the bottom of this post.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

#4 Stanford (-3.5) at USC 8:00 PM EST

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

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 400ARIZONA U -11-110 u65-110 -430
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 402HAWAII +5-110 u58-110 +175

2012 NFL Week 12 Lines – Week Twelve Lines Breakdown

November 24th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2012 NFL Week 12 Lines – Week Twelve Lines Breakdown
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Giants vs. PackersWe know what we’re thankful for on this Thanksgiving week, and that’s a whole heck of a lot of football betting action! Here at Bankroll Sports, we are analyzing the Week 12 NFL odds and making our NFL Week 12 picks for the best games on the docket for the week ahead.

Of course, we have to start on Thanksgiving Day, where there are a lot of road teams that are showing some tremendous promise. In fact, in a somewhat rare twist, all six of the teams that are going to be playing on Turkey Day this year at least have a puncher’s chance at making the playoffs.

First timers of Thanksgiving Day football, the Houston Texans are going to be taking on the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. These are two teams that are headed in opposite directions right now, as the Texans are as hot as could be, while the Lions have dropped two in a row and might be in some massive trouble when push comes to shove. This is probably a must win for Detroit, especially with the NFL schedule that lies ahead, but matters don’t really look all that good for it, knowing that it is a three-point home dog to a superior Houston outfit.

The Cowboys are the other regulars on Thanksgiving Day, but the difference between them and the Lions is that they generally win. Detroit generally loses. The Cowboys are the only of the three home teams that are favored on Thanksgiving Day, as they are giving 3.5 to the Washington Redskins. The winner of this one is going to be in second place in the NFC East, while the loser will drop to third. Both teams are still chasing the Giants though, and both know that this is a great chance this week to try to cut the deficit in the division.

The last game of the night features the New England Patriots and the New York Jets. This clash ended with a New England victory in overtime the first time out this year, and both are gearing up for another close one. The Pats opened this one up at -6.5 before the news that TE Rob Gronkowski might miss the rest of the regular season with a broken forearm. Odds have it, the adjustment will be minor, but definitely will be at least in the backs of the minds of NFL bettors before they place their football bets in this one.

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Sunday’s slate of action still has a lot of question marks at the moment. The Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers still don’t know what the heck is going on with QB Jay Cutler and QB Ben Roethlisberger respectively, though we have a hunch that both will sit. The Bears take on the Minnesota Vikings in a crucial game that will likely help decide whether either of these teams are going to be able to hang around for the rest of the year. Pittsburgh faces the Cleveland Browns in a sandwich game between the loss to the Ravens and the road game in Baltimore in lucky Week 13.

The showcase game of the weekend will be one of the late afternoon games. The San Francisco 49ers — most likely with QB Alex Smith — are going to have to go on the road to the Bayou to take on the New Orleans Saints, who are quietly back to .500 and quietly just a game out of the playoffs after a disastrous 0-4 start to the season. Interim Head Coach Joe Vitt knows that this is probably the biggest coaching game of his career, and he very well could be auditioning for another big time job here in the spotlight of Sunday night. The game has opened at a pick ’em, and it should be quite a great battle between arguably the best offense and arguably the best defense in the conference.

Not to be outdone is Sunday Night Football between the New York Giants and the Green Bay Packers. The G-Men are in control of the NFC East, but regardless of what happens on Thursday in Big D, the gap in the division will be a heck of a lot tighter if this one is lost. QB Eli Manning has played terrible football of late, while QB Aaron Rodgers continues to impress and might be the best quarterback that football has to offer. This is a rematch of the NFC Divisional playoff game from last year, one in which the G-Men came to Lambeau Field and beat the snot out of the Packers. Especially off of their bye week, this is why New York is laying 2.5 to Green Bay.

Unfortunately, the week ends with a dud of a game on Monday Night Football, as the Philadelphia Eagles host the Carolina Panthers. Both Head Coach Andy Reid and Head Coach Ron Rivera know that they are on some pretty hot seats right now, and the loser of this one is only going to be in worse shape. QB Nick Foles is almost certainly going to have to start once again in place of the injured QB Michael Vick, but there is still a supreme confidence that Philly, even after that dismal showing last week in our nation’s capitol, will be able to come up with a win. Philly is -2.5 against the Panthers.

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The theme of the week is close NFL point spreads. There are only three games all week long that showcase games that are featuring teams that are greater than -3.5. The Cincinnati Bengals are getting the nod by 7.5 over the Oakland Raiders in their quest for the postseason, while the team at the head of the class in the AFC West, the Denver Broncos, are the biggest favorites of the week at -10 on the road against the hapless Kansas City Chiefs.

Aside from that though, everything is expected to be close. Potential AFC playoff teams are seemingly all going on the road this weekend. We’ve already discussed New England and Houston, but they clearly aren’t the only team that might have some problems on enemy soil. The Baltimore Ravens visit the San Diego Chargers and are laying 2.5 points, while the Steelers should be short favorites against the Browns as discussed earlier. Meanwhile, that could open the door for the Indianapolis Colts to get back in control in the AFC Wild Card race, as it hosts the Buffalo Bills. If the Bills are going to get back into the chase though, this is a game that has to be won. The oddsmakers are insinuating that this could be close though, knowing that the visitors are only getting a field goal after watching Indy get blown away by the Patriots last weekend.

The other major showcase game in the NFC this weekend sees the Tampa Bay Buccaneers going against the Atlanta Falcons. This is a tremendous opportunity for Tampa Bay to assert itself as a legitimate player in the role for the NFC title this year. The team is lined at a pick ’em to open up the week at home against arguably one of the best few teams in the league. The Falcons have been undervalued all year long though, and all they keep doing is winning. Still, they’re 9-1, and many have to think that they are going to get beaten in this one by a truly surging team.

The highest ‘total’ of the weekend thus far on the board is the 52.5 of the Bills and the Colts. In all likelihood, that will hold, and it might be the only ‘total’ that settles in the 50s this week. However, the Jets and Patriots started off the week at 50 as well. There are two games in the 30s as well, neither of which we have discussed quite yet. The Miami Dolphins and the Seattle Seahawks are expected to reach just 37.5 points, while the Hawks are laying a point and a half on the road. The Arizona Cardinals, giving two to the St. Louis Rams in the desert, also only figure to play in a game that features just 37.5 points.

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Week 12 NFL Betting Odds for Thursday, November 22nd
103 Houston Texans -3.5
104 Detroit Lions +3.5
Over/Under 48.5

105 Washington Redskins +3.5
106 Dallas Cowboys -3.5
Over/Under 47

107 New England Patriots -7
108 New York Jets +7
Over/Under 48

Week 12 NFL Spreads for Sunday, November 25th (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
221 Oakland Raiders +9.5
222 Cincinnati Bengals -9.5
Over/Under 50.5

223 Pittsburgh Steelers -1
224 Cleveland Browns +1
Over/Under 34.5

225 Buffalo Bills +3
226 Indianapolis Colts -3
Over/Under 50.5

227 Denver Broncos -10
228 Kansas City Chiefs +10
Over/Under 44

229 Tennessee Titans -4
230 Jacksonville Jaguars +4
Over/Under 44.5

231 Minnesota Vikings +6
232 Chicago Bears -6
Over/Under 38.5

233 Atlanta Falcons -1
234 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1
Over/Under 50.5

235 Seattle Seahawks -2.5
236 Miami Dolphins +2.5
Over/Under 37.5

NFL Week 12 Betting Lines for Sunday, November 25th (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
237 Baltimore Ravens -1
238 San Diego Chargers +1
Over/Under 47

239 San Francisco 49ers -1
240 New Orleans Saints +1
Over/Under 49

241 St. Louis Rams +1
242 Arizona Cardinals -1
Over/Under 37

Sunday Night Football Week 12 Odds for Sunday, November 25th
243 Green Bay Packers +3
244 New York Giants -3
Over/Under 50.5

Monday Night Football Week 12 Lines for Monday, November 26th
245 Carolina Panthers -3
246 Philadelphia Eagles +3
Over/Under 40.5

2012 College Football Week 12 Lines: NCAA Football Week 12 Odds

November 14th, 2012 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2012 College Football Week 12 Lines: NCAA Football Week 12 Odds
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Notre Dame Fighting Irish MascotWeek 12 of the 2012 college football campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2012 Week 12 NCAA football lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 12 college football lines. Be sure to check out the free NCAA football picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend!

It’s going to be quite the interesting weekend of college football betting action this week, and there are a number of tremendously important games on the slate, including some awesome rivalry showdowns.

The biggest rivalry on the Week 12 schedule pits the USC Trojans against the UCLA Bruins. The winner of this game will almost certainly go on to win the Pac-12 South Division to play the Oregon Ducks at Autzen Stadium for the right to go to the Rose Bowl. Both teams still have those Rose Bowl dreams even if that game is lost though, as the second team in the Pac-12 might be heading to Pasadena anyway, knowing that the Ducks at that point would likely be going to the BCS National Championship Game. UCLA has its best shot in years to take down the Men of Troy, and if it were to be the case, it would be a colossal shift in the culture in the city of Los Angeles and in college football on the West Coast as we know it. The Bruins are getting just 3.5 points, easily the fewest that they have gotten in years in this rivalry.

Speaking of those Ducks though, they have a big one in front of them on the weekend as well, as they are taking on the Stanford Cardinal. Last year, the Quack Attack was able to go on the road and derail the National Championship hopes for QB Andrew Luck and the Cardinal, and they’re going to hope to basically knock the Cardinal out of the Rose Bowl this year. The loser of this one is going to see some big time dreams demolished. We’ve already seen Stanford go on the road this year to South Bend, and the team really had the Fighting Irish dead to rights. Intimidation won’t be a factor in spite of the fact that the Cardinal are getting a 20.5-point head start on the college football betting odds.

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Further down the rotation schedule, the Kansas State Wildcats, freshly armed with their brand spanking new No. 1 ranking in the country, will try their hand at the Baylor Bears on the road. The trip to Waco won’t be easy, as the Bears need two wins in their final three games just to get a bowl game, and they have been stingy against virtually everyone they have faced this year. This 11th game is the one where the Oklahoma State Cowboys tripped last year, and the hope is that this isn’t going to be the same case here for the Wildcats, who really seem destined to be playing for all of the marbles in January. Still, the oddsmakers aren’t showing supreme confidence here in the Cats, as they are favored by just a dozen in a very loseable clash.

The other of the undefeated teams, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, shouldn’t have all that tough of a time with the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in one of their easier games of the year. The Deacs need to find another win somewhere to make it to a bowl game, but time is running out for that to happen. They’re not likely to win this one though, as they are +23.5 on Saturday afternoon in the home finale for the Golden Domers.

We really aren’t expecting all that much of a shake up in the BCS rankings this week, knowing that most of the other teams in the Top 15 in the land are playing a bunch of nobodies. Some of the biggest favorites of the weekend are all in the SEC due to the fact that they are largely all playing FCS foes. The No. 4 Alabama Crimson Tide are -50.5 against Western Carolina, the No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs are -36.5 against Georgia Southern, and the No. 6 Florida Gators are -33.5 against Jacksonville State. South Carolina is also favored by 35 over Wofford. In fact, the only team ranked from No. 4 down to No. 10 that isn’t favored by at least 31 points this weekend is the LSU Tigers, who are laying 18.5 against the Ole Miss Rebels.

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There are though, some crucial clashes in conferences. The Florida State Seminoles will win the ACC Atlantic Division if they can beat the Maryland Terrapins as 31-point favorites, while the Clemson Tigers will win it if Florida State loses and they can cover the NC State Wolfpack at -17.

Home field advantage in the Conference USA Championship Game will be decided when the Tulsa Golden Hurricane host the UCF Knights in the first of what will be two meetings of these teams this year in all likelihood. Tulsa is laying a field goal in that game. Meanwhile in the WAC, the Utah State Aggies are actually favored over the 20th ranked Louisiana Tech Bulldogs by a field goal even though that game is being played in Ruston. If the Aggies win that game, the last ever WAC title will go to them. La Tech though, still has its sights set on the BCS if it can win out and get some massive amounts of help.

The biggest favorite this week on the college football point spreads is Florida State at -31 in games between two FBS foes, while Alabama is the heaviest favorite overall at -50.5. The highest ‘total’ of the weekend is the the 75.5 in the game between the Houston Cougars and Marshall Thundering Herd. Honorable mention goes to the 74s that are on the board in the two big Big XII games of the day, those between the Oklahoma Sooners and the West Virginia Mountaineers, as well as the aforementioned Kansas State/Baylor game. The lowest ‘total’ is set at 43 for the Fighting Irish’s clash against Wake Forest.

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Week 12 College Football Betting Odds for Wednesday, 11/14/12

301 Ohio Bobcats +6.5
302 Ball State Cardinals -6.5
Over/Under 63

303 Toledo Rockets +10.5
304 Northern Illinois Huskies -10.5
Over/Under 64

Week 12 College Football Betting Lines for Thursday, 11/15/12

307 North Carolina Tar Heels -3.5
308 Virginia Cavaliers +3.5
Over/Under 61.5

NCAA Football Lines for Week 12 for Friday, 11/16/12

309 Hawaii Warriors +22.5
310 Air Force Falcons -22.5
Over/Under 62.5

311 Florida International Golden Panthers +1.5
312 Florida Atlantic Owls -1.5
Over/Under 52

Week 12 NCAA Football Odds for Saturday, 11/17/12

313 Duke Blue Devils +13.5
314 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -13.5
Over/Under 69

315 Temple Owls +3.5
316 Army Black Knights -3.5
Over/Under 57

317 Kent State Golden Flashes +2.5
318 Bowling Green Falcons -2.5
Over/Under 47

319 Virginia Tech Hokies -10
320 Boston College Eagles +10
Over/Under 50.5

321 Minnesota Golden Gophers +19.5
322 Nebraska Cornhuskers -19.5
Over/Under 53.5

323 Arkansas Razorbacks +7
324 Mississippi State Bulldogs -7
Over/Under 55

325 South Florida Bulls +7
326 Miami Hurricanes -7
Over/Under 56

327 Purdue Boilermakers -7
328 Illinois Fighting Illini +7
Over/Under 50.5

329 Iowa State Cyclones -6
330 Kansas Jayhawks +6
Over/Under 48

331 Houston Cougars +3.5
332 Marshall Thundering Herd -3.5
Over/Under 75.5

333 Florida State Seminoles -31
334 Maryland Terrapins +31
Over/Under 45.5

335 Buffalo Bulls -11
336 Massachusetts Minutemen +11
Over/Under 50

337 Northwestern Wildcats +7
338 Michigan State Spartans -7
Over/Under 44

339 NC State Wolfpack +17
340 Clesmon Tigers -17
Over/Under 64

341 Rutgers Scarlet Knights +6.5
342 Cincinnati Bearcats -6.5
Over/Under 47

343 Indiana Hoosiers +18.5
344 Penn State Nittany Lions -18.5
Over/Under 56

345 Tennessee Volunteers +4
346 Vanderbilt Commodores -4
Over/Under 60

347 Miami Redhawks +3.5
348 Central Michigan Chippewas -3.5
Over/Under 63.5

349 Memphis Tigers +10
350 UAB Blazers -10
Over/Under 58

351 Eastern Michigan Eagles +13
352 Western Michigan Broncos -13
Over/Under 62.5

353 Oklahoma Sooners -11
354 West Virginia Mountaineers +11
Over/Under 74

355 USC Trojans -3.5
356 UCLA Bruins +3.5
Over/Under 66

357 Colorado State Rams +28
358 Boise State Broncos -28
Over/Under 49

359 Texas State Bobcats +13
360 Navy Midshipmen -13
Over/Under 57

361 Kansas State Wildcats -12
362 Baylor Bears +12
Over/Under 74

363 Nevada Wolf Pack -10
364 New Mexico Lobos +10
Over/Under 65

365 Wake Forest Demon Decaons +23.5
366 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -23.5
Over/Under 43

367 Stanford Cardinal +20.5
368 Oregon Ducks -20.5
Over/Under 64.5

369 California Golden Bears OTB
370 Oregon State Beavers OTB
Over/Under OTB

371 SMU Mustangs -3.5
372 Rice Owls +3.5
Over/Under 57

373 East Carolina Pirates -9.5
374 Tulane Green Wave +9.5
Over/Under 60.5

375 UCF Knights +3
376 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -3
Over/Under 56.5

377 Iowa Hawkeyes OTB
378 Michigan Wolverines OTB
Over/Under OTB

379 Washington Huskies -20.5
380 Colorado Rams +20.5
Over/Under 54.5

381 BYU Cougars -3
382 San Jose State Spartans +3
Over/Under 48.5

383 Wyoming Cowboys OTB
384 UNLV Runnin’ Rebels OTB
Over/Under OTB

385 Texas San Antonio Roadrunners -6.5
386 Idaho Vandals +6.5
Over/Under 57

387 Arizona Wildcats OTB
388 Utah Utes OTB
Over/Under OTB

389 Syracuse Orange +4.5
390 Missouri Tigers -4.5
Over/Under 54.5

391 Texas Tech Red Raiders +10.5
392 Oklahoma State Cowboys -10.5
Over/Under 72

393 Utah State Aggies -3
394 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs +3
Over/Under 71.5

395 Ohio State Buckeyes +3
396 Wisconsin Badgers -3
Over/Under 53

397 Ole Miss Rebels +18.5
398 LSU Tigers -18.5
Over/Under 50.5

399 UTEP Miners -4
400 Southern Miss Golden Eagles +4
Over/Under 49.5

401 Washington State Cougars +22
402 Arizona State Sun Devils -22
Over/Under 61.5

403 Arkansas State Red Wolves -3
404 Troy Trojans +3
Over/Under 68

405 North Texas Mean Green +10.5
406 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks -10.5
Over/Under 57.5

407 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -9
408 South Alabama Jaguars +9
Over/Under 56

409 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +4
410 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns -4
Over/Under 57

441 Western Carolina Catamounts +50.5
442 Alabama Crimson Tide -50.5

443 Georgia Southern Eagles +36.5
444 Georgia Bulldogs -36.5

445 Wofford Terriers +35
446 South Carolina Gamecocks -35

447 Jacksonville State Gamecocks +33.5
448 Florida Gators -33.5

449 Alabama A&M Bulldogs +27.5
450 Auburn Tigers -27.5

451 Samford Bulldogs +13.5
452 Kentucky Wildcats -13.5

453 Sam Houston State Bearkats +35.5
454 Texas A&M Aggies -35.5

2010 NFL Week 12 Lines – Week Twelve Lines Breakdown

November 28th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2010 NFL Week 12 Lines – Week Twelve Lines Breakdown

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Week 12 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 12 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 12 NFL lines. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

For the second straight week, there are a ton of potential playoff teams that are catching a slew of points over the course of the weekend, with most of the damage potentially coming on Sunday in Week 12.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are hitting the road at the New York Giants, and it is shocking to see the AFC South leaders underdogs by 8.5 points on the day. The Jags have been on a roll and finding ways to win games late, so we would expect nothing more than a close game, particularly considering the fact that the G-Men are going to be playing without WR Hakeem Nicks. They’re also on a two game slide after winning five in a row, and it will be very interesting to see how they react to being on the outside of the playoff picture for the first time in a number of weeks after last week’s defeat to the Philadelphia Eagles.

The other team that is really catching our attention as a hefty underdog is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The men from the Sunshine State are heading up to M&T Bank Field, where they’ll meet the Baltimore Ravens. Both of these teams are 7-3 through ten games, and both know that they are safe for the time being for a spot in the playoffs. However, what we don’t know is whether either one will be able to hold on or not. Baltimore has been dominating at times this year, but the Bucs are a big question mark. They’ve beaten every team that they were “supposed to” beat this season, but have been destroyed by some of the best teams on their slate. An upset at 7.5 point underdogs would go a long way towards validating the season that Tampa Bay has had.

If it’s the fourth Thursday in the month of November, you know that it’s Thanksgiving, and that means a ton of NFL betting action for you! Here at Bankroll Sports, we’ll make our Week 12 NFL picks for all three of the biggest games on the board on Thursday.

The most interesting duel could be the one in Dallas, where the suddenly resurgent Dallas Cowboys are going to take on the defending champs, the New Orleans Saints. If the ‘Boys can take down this game, they could reasonably be within shouting distance of the second season once again, though they are going to have a tough time going against a New Orleans squad that is still trying to hunt down the lead in the NFC South. QB Drew Brees and company watched their perfect season go up in flames in a primetime, nationally televised game at home against the Cowboys last year, and they would love nothing more than to return the favorite and kick Dallas to the curb once and for all in their biggest spectacle game of the season, the Thanksgiving Day showdown. New Orleans is favored by a field goal.

The other two games should be featuring blowouts if the oddsmakers are correct. The New England Patriots travel to the Detroit Lions, where they are laying a touchdown. In the nightcap, the New York Jets will host the first Thanksgiving Day game ever in the Meadowlands. They are 8.5 point favorites, tied for the biggest chalks on the board, at home against the slumping Cincinnati Bengals, who have dropped six in a row.

Playoff ramifications will be on the line in the Windy City and in the Peach State on Sunday afternoon. The Chicago Bears are 7-3, but no one is believing that they stand a chance against the Philadelphia Eagles at home. They’re 3.5 point pups. Meanwhile in Atlanta, a place where QB Matt Ryan has lost a total of one game that he has started in his career, the Atlanta Falcons are narrow two point favorites against the Green Bay Packers. These teams have the four best records in the league, as they are all 7-3, save the Falcons, who are 8-2, and these could all be potential playoff previews to boot.

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Week 12 NFL Lines for Thursday, 11/25/10

103 New England Patriots -7
104 Detroit Lions +7
Over/Under 51

105 New Orleans Saints -3
106 Dallas Cowboys +3
Over/Under 50.5

107 Cincinnati Bengals +8.5
108 New York Jets -8.5
Over/Under 43.5

Current NFL Week 12 Lines for Sunday, 11/28/10

215 Minnesota Vikings -2
216 Washington Redskins +2
Over/Under 43.5

217 Pittsburgh Steelers -6
218 Buffalo Bills +6
Over/Under 43.5

219 Tennessee Titans +6
220 Houston Texans -6
Over/Under 47

221 Jacksonville Jaguars +7
222 New York Giants -7
Over/Under 44

223 Carolina Panthers +9.5
224 Cleveland Browns -9.5
Over/Under 37.5

225 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7
226 Baltimore Ravens -7
Over/Under 43

227 Philadelphia Eagles -3
228 Chicago Bears +3
Over/Under 43

229 Green Bay Packers +1.5
230 Atlanta Falcons -1.5
Over/Under 47.5

231 Miami Dolphins +2.5
232 Oakland Raiders -2.5
Over/Under 38.5

233 Kansas City Chiefs -2.5
234 Seattle Seahawks +2.5
Over/Under 45

235 St. Louis Rams +3.5
236 Denver Broncos -3.5
Over/Under 45

237 San Diego Chargers +2.5
238 Indianapolis Colts -2.5
Over/Under 51

NFL Week 12 Spreads for Monday, 11/29/10

239 San Francisco 49ers -1.5
240 Arizona Cardinals +1.5
Over/Under 40.5

2010 College Football Week 12 Lines – NCAA Football Week Twelve Lines Breakdown

November 17th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in College Football   Comments Off on 2010 College Football Week 12 Lines – NCAA Football Week Twelve Lines Breakdown

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The 2010 college football betting campaign has just three weeks left, and this could be the most intense week of the campaign to date.

The Big Ten is going to be the conference with the most pressure on it over the course of the day on Saturday. No one is expecting the Michigan State Spartans to struggle this weekend, as they are playing the Purdue Boilermakers at home. Purdue still really doesn’t have a heck of a lot of offensive options, while the Spartans know that they very well could just be two wins away from the Rose Bowl. The Wisconsin Badgers are heading to the Big House as well to take on the Michigan Wolverines.

The big game of the day in this conference though, involves the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Ohio State Buckeyes. Iowa knows that its Rose Bowl hopes probably went up in flames last week with a loss to the Northwestern Wildcats. The Buckeyes are probably in the driver’s seat for the time being, though they know that they do still need some help to Pasadena once again. Losing this game probably takes away any opportunity to do anything better than go to the Capital One Bowl or the Outback Bowl. The Buckeyes are three point favorites at Kinnick Stadium, a place where they have really historically struggled.

The ACC Atlantic Division is up in the air right now, as the Florida State Seminoles and Maryland Terrapins both think that they are still on their way to the conference championship game. The Terps know that they are two wins away from winning the Atlantic Division, but they are probably going to be underdogs in their final two games of the campaign, both of which are played at home. The Noles, who need to win out and get a loss from the North Carolina State Wolfpack, are favored by four points on the road.

Meanwhile, NC State is a 2.5 point underdog on the road to the North Carolina Tar Heels in one of the week’s biggest games.

The ACC Coastal Division will be decided on Saturday if the chalk holds up. The Virginia Tech Hokies are 2.5 point favorites at the Miami Hurricanes. If V-Tech wins, it will officially be back on the map, one win away from a place in the Orange Bowl, in a season that could have been a certified disaster after losing to the James Madison Dukes way back in Week 2 of the year. The Canes need to win out and have the Hokies lose their ACC finale to go to their first ever ACC Championship Game.

In the Big East, the Pitt Panthers are trying to get back on the horse in conference play, as they know that they can win out and go to the Fiesta Bowl. However, stopping in Tampa Bay against the South Florida Bulls is never an easy task, as is demonstrated by the fact that they are only 2.5 point favorites on the afternoon.

The SEC doesn’t have a heck of a lot of action on Saturday, as most of the teams are getting ready for their rivalry games next week. Two of the big foes, the Arkansas Razorbacks and LSU Tigers are both in action though, and both could be facing some tough tests from two other rivals. The Hogs are traveling to the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the SEC West, while the Bayou Bengals are at home against the Mississippi Rebels. Arkansas is a 3.5 point favorite, while LSU is the choice of the oddsmakers by 16 points. Should either of the favorites lose, they will be knocked out of the running for a BCS bowl game, and in the case of the Tigers, for the BCS National Championship as well.

Once again, the biggest favorites on the weekend are the Nevada Wolf Pack, who are favored by 37.5 points against the hapless New Mexico State Aggies. The Boise State Broncos are 30.5 point chalks at home against the Fresno State Bulldogs in one of the biggest tests that it has to face this year.

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Lines for Week 12 for Wednesday, 11/17/10

303 Miami Redhawks -10
304 Akron Zips +10
Over/Under 47.5

305 Bowling Green Falcons +10.5
306 Toledo Rockets -10.5
Over/Under 53.5

Week 12 Betting Lines for Thursday, 11/18/10

309 UCLA Bruins +2.5
310 Washington Huskies -2.5

311 Air Force Falcons -19
312 UNLV Rebels +19

Lines for Week 12 for Friday, 11/19/10

313 Fresno State Bulldogs +30.5
314 Boise State Broncos -30.5

Week 12 Odds for Saturday, 11/20/10

315 Penn State Nittany Lions -10
316 Indiana Hoosiers +10

317 Tennessee Volunteers -8.5
318 Vanderbilt Commodores +8.5
319 Connecticut Huskies +4
320 Syracuse Orange -4

321 Florida State Seminoles -4
322 Maryland Terrapins +4

323 Clemson Tigers OTB
324 Wake Forest Demon Deacons OTB

325 Duke Blue Devils +11.5
326 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -11.5

327 Virginia Cavaliers OTB
328 Boston College Eagles OTB

329 Rutgers Scarlet Knights +13
330 Cincinnati Bearcats -13

331 Purdue Boilermakers +19.5
332 Michigan State Spartans -19.5

333 Wisconsin Badgers OTB
334 Michigan Wolverines OTB

335 Ohio State Buckeyes -3
336 Iowa Hawkeyes +3

337 Missouri Tigers -11
338 Iowa State Cyclones +11

339 Oklahoma State Cowboys -24
340 Kansas Jayhawks +24

341 Arkansas Razorbacks -3.5
342 Mississippi State Bulldogs +3.5

343 Northern Illinois Huskies -14.5
344 Ball State Cardinals +14.5

345 East Carolina Pirates -9.5
346 Rice Owls +9.5

347 Kent State Golden Flashes +3
348 Western Michigan Broncos -3

349 UTEP Miners +17.5
350 Tulsa Golden Hurricane -17.5

351 Eastern Michigan Eagles +7
352 Buffalo Bulls -7

353 Colorado State Rams +2.5
354 Wyoming Cowboys -2.5

355 Idaho Vandals +2.5
356 Utah State Aggies -2.5

357 Marshall Thundering Herd +13.5
358 SMU Mustangs -13.5

359 Illinois Fighting Illini -7.5
360 Northwestern Wildcats +7.5

361 North Carolina State Wolfpack +2.5
362 North Carolina Tar Heels -2.5

363 Stanford Cardinal -7
364 California Golden Bears +7

365 UCF Knights -17.5
366 Tulane Green Wave +17.5

367 Virginia Tech Hokies -2.5
368 Miami Hurricanes +2.5

369 Kansas State Wildcats -2.5
370 Colorado Buffaloes +2.5

371 New Mexico State Aggies +37.5
372 Nevada Wolf Pack -37.5

373 Memphis Tigers +20
374 UAB Blazers -20

375 New Mexico Lobos +29.5
376 BYU Cougars -29.5

377 Notre Dame Fighting Irish -8
378 Army Black Knights +8

379 Pittsburgh Panthers -2.5
380 South Florida Bulls +2.5

381 Houston Cougars +4
382 Southern Miss Golden Eagles -4

383 Oklahoma Sooners -7.5
384 Baylor Bears +7.5

385 Nebraska Cornhuskers -2.5
386 Texas A&M Aggies +2.5

387 West Virginia Mountaineers -5
388 Louisville Cardinals +5

389 USC Trojans -3
390 Oregon State Beavers +3

391 Mississippi Rebels +16
392 LSU Tigers -16

393 Utah Utes -2.5
394 San Diego State Aztecs +2.5

395 San Jose State Spartans +30
396 Hawaii Warriors -30

397 Troy Trojans +22
398 South Carolina Gamecocks -22

399 Florida Atlantic Owls +21
400 Texas Longhorns -21

401 Arkansas State Red Wolves +13.5
402 Navy Midshipmen -13.5

403 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders -5
404 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers +5

405 Florida International Golden Panthers -10
406 Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns +10

407 North Texas Mean Green +1
408 Louisiana Monroe Warhawks -1

2009 NFL Week 12 Lines; Quick Breakdown

November 26th, 2009 by Travis Edwards (Bankroll Sports Contributor) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2009 NFL Week 12 Lines; Quick Breakdown

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Well Happy Thanksgiving first and foremost as we turn our attention to week 12 NFL lines. If you like betting on the underdogs, then hopefully you took advantage of week 11 lines as the underdogs were an impressive 10-5 ATS. The week got started with a home favorite in the Carolina Panthers going down to the Miami Dolphins and also ended with another home favorite in the Houston Texans falling to the Tennessee Titans. In the middle of those two outcomes, the trend continued throughout the week as the home favorites were just 2-7 ATS for the weekend. After the home teams took down a 9-6 mark ATS two weeks ago, they did a complete 180 degree turn going just 6-9 ATS last week. Home teams in general did battle to bring home a 9-6 SU mark. However, the away teams were still the most impressive especially in games that where predicted to be grudge matches. Away teams were 5-0 ATS in the 5 games with lines favoring teams less than 5 points differential. However, entering week 12, the home teams will be heavy favorites in the week 12 spreads as they have been nearly every week with the home teams being favored in 9 out of the 14 games featured in the upcoming week. As for the Thanksgiving Day NFL lines, the Cowboys will be the only home team favored to win as they will be near two touchdowns favorites over the Raiders. Turkey day will also kick off with Green Bay in a trip to Detroit and capped off by an interesting night time battle between the Giants and Broncos. The remaining week 12 lines feature 6 different matches that are favored by a field goal or less meaning there should be some interesting games to keep on your radar. The over/under battle finally took the low end turn we have been anticipating last week. Teams reached the under total in 9 of 14 games with one push. As a result, the over/under totals are down this week with the only total over 48 points coming from the heavily anticipated offensive collision featured Monday night when the Patriots try to take down Drew Brees and the unbeaten Saints. Enjoy some turkey and football on us this week while considering some of the betting lines below to take action towards for Week 12 brought to you courtesy of BetUS Sportsbook.

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Thanksgiving NFL Lines Thursday, Nov 26, 2009   
 103Green Bay Packers-11½  -110  47½O -110 
 104Detroit Lions+11½  -110   U -110 
 105Oakland Raiders+13½  -110  40O -110 
 106Dallas Cowboys-13½  -110   U -110 
 107New York Giants-6  -110  42O -110 
 108Denver Broncos+6  -110   U -110 
Week 12 NFL Lines Sunday, Nov 29, 2009   
 205Indianapolis Colts-3  -125  47½O -110 
 206Houston Texans+3  +105   U -110 
 207Cleveland Browns+14  -110  39½O -110 
 208Cincinnati Bengals-14  -110   U -110 
 209Chicago Bears+10½  -110  46½O -110 
 210Minnesota Vikings-10½  -110   U -110 
 211Washington Redskins+9  -110  40½O -110 
 212Philadelphia Eagles-9  -110   U -110 
 213Miami Dolphins-3  -125  40O -110 
 214Buffalo Bills+3  +105   U -110 
 215Arizona Cardinals+3  -115  47½O -110 
 216Tennessee Titans-3  -105   U -110 
 217Seattle Seahawks-3  -120  42½O -110 
 218St Louis Rams+3  Ev   U -110 
 219Tampa Bay Buccaneers+12  -110  46½O -110 
 220Atlanta Falcons-12  -110   U -110 
 221Carolina Panthers+3  -105  41½O -110 
 222New York Jets-3  -115   U -110 
 223Jacksonville Jaguars+3  Ev  41½O -110 
 224San Francisco 49ers-3  -120   U -110 
 225Kansas City Chiefs+13½  -110  45O -110 
 226San Diego Chargers-13½  -110   U -110 
 227Pittsburgh Steelers+2½  -110    
 228Baltimore Ravens-2½  -110    
Week 12 Monday Night Football Lines For Nov 30, 2009   
 229New England Patriots+1½  -110  56O -110 
 230New Orleans Saints-1½  -110   U -110