Current Vegas odds – West Virginia Mountaineers
BCS odds: 34 to 1 ($100 wins $3,400)Tied for 11th best odds (USC favored at 4.5 to 1)Big 12 Conference Title odds: 6 to 1 ($100 wins $400)Ranked 4th best odds (Oklahoma is favored at 1 to 1)
Other Props:Geno Smith odds to win the 2012 Heisman Trophy?8 to 1 ($100 wins $800)
(Matt Barkley of USC is the favorite at 3 to 1)
Season Wins:How many games will West Virginia win this season?You can bet over/under: 8.5 winsSpreads on individual West Virginia games:
September 1st Marshall at West Virginia (-20)
September 29th Baylor at West Virginia (-11)
October 6th West Virginia (+4) at Texas
October 20th Kansas St. at West Virginia (-7.5)
November 3rd TCU at West Virginia (-6)
November 10th West Virginia (+6.5) at Oklahoma St.
November 17th Oklahoma at West Virginia (+4)
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Current Vegas odds – Wisconsin Badgers
BCS odds: 62 to 1 ($100 wins $6,200)Ranked 18th best odds (USC favored at 4.5 to 1)Big 10 Conference Title odds: 3 to 1 ($100 wins $300)Ranked 2nd best odds (Michigan is favored at 2 to 1)Big 10 Leaders Division odds: 1 to 1 ($100 wins $100) (Wisconsin is favored to win the Leaders division)
Other Props:Montee Ball odds to win the 2012 Heisman Trophy?4 to 1 ($100 wins $400)
Season Wins:How many games will Wisconsin win this season?You can bet over/under: 8.5 winsSpreads on individual Wisconsin games:
Only 2nd time Wisconsin favored over Ohio State in last 30 years.
September 29th Wisconsin (+3) at Nebraska
October 27th Michigan St. at Wisconsin (-5)
November 17th Ohio St. at Wisconsin (-6)
Thanks for doing this post JD, I loved the one you did on NFL as well.......Can't wait for CFB season, I think it's the bet sport to bet on value-wise
Most interesting numbers:Teams favored in every game (with closest spread listed)USC (6-point favorites hosting Oregon)Oklahoma (4-point favorite at West Virginia)Georgia (2.5-point favorites at South Carolina)LSU (2-point favorites hosting Alabama)Teams underdogs in a single gameFlorida State (1-point dogs at Virginia Tech)Alabama (2-point dogs at LSU)Wisconsin (3-point dogs at Nebraska)Oregon (6-point dogs at USC)Historic Spreads:LSU -2 hosting AlabamaFirst time since 2009 Alabama has been an underdogLSU -7 at FloridaFirst time LSU has ever been favored at FloridaGeorgia -13.5 hosting TennesseeBiggest favorite Georgia has ever been over Tennessee Michigan -2 at Ohio StateOnly second time since 1994 Michigan favored at Ohio StateWisconsin -6 hosting Ohio StateOnly 2nd time in 30 years that Wisconsin has been favored over OSUNotre Dame -9.5 vs. Miami (at Chicago)First time since 1982 Notre Dame favored over Miami, Fl.Other tidbits:Notre Dame has not been a double digit underdog since 2008. They are twice this season (+11 at Oklahoma and +13 at USC)Entering 2010, Oklahoma State had NEVER been favored over Texas. 2012 will be the third straight year that they are (Texas +3 at Oklahoma State)USC vs. Stanford and Oregon last year were underdogs by a combined 23-points. This year, USC is favored vs. those two teams by a combined 13.5-points.BCS, Conference, and game odds for Top 30 CFB teams:Alabama | Arkansas | Auburn| Boise St. | Clemson | Florida | Florida St. | Georgia | Kansas St. | Louisville | LSU | Michigan | Michigan St. | Nebraska | N. Carolina | Notre Dame | Ohio St. | Oklahoma | Oklahoma St. | Oregon | S. Carolina | Stanford | TCU | Tennessee | Texas A&M | Texas | USC | Virginia Tech | West Virginia | Wisconsin
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I am going to be in Vegas next week and will get a breakdown of where all these lines are at now.
great info for anyone who missed this post.