College football division odds posted at The Greek

By Adam Kramer   May. 08, 2013

The online sports book The Greek has recently posted 2013 college football division odds, the first site (that we’re aware of) to take the fall plunge. We are also now less than a month until the Golden Nugget releases their ‘Games of the Year’ point spreads, a sign that the season isn’t that far away.

I’m going to keep saying this until it’s actually here, but if sites could keep releasing degenerate numbers in the meantime, that would be appreciated.

Included in the early betting options at The Greek, however, are division betting lines for the SEC, the Big Ten and the ACC. Others can’t be far behind.

Oh, and you’ll notice that Ohio State is a SLIGHT favorite.

 

SEC East

South Carolina +150 (3/2)

Georgia +150 (3/2)

Florida +300 (3/1)

Missouri +800 (8/1)

Tennessee +1000 (10/1)

Vanderbilt +1200 (12/1)

Kentucky +1500 (15/1)

 

SEC West

Alabama -200 (1/2)

LSU +300 (3/1)

Texas A&M +350 (7/2)

Ole Miss +1000 (10/1)

Mississippi State +1500 (15/1)

Arkansas +1500 (15/1)

Auburn +1800  (18/1)

 

Big Ten Leaders

Ohio State -800 (1/8)

Wisconsin +300 (3/1)

Purdue +1000 (10/1)

Illinois +1200 (12/1)

Indiana +1500 (15/1)

 

Big Ten Legends

Michigan State +200 (2/1)

Michigan +250 (5/2)

Nebraska +250 (5/2)

Northwestern +500 (5/1)

Iowa +500 (5/1)

Minnesota +800 (8/1)

 

ACC Atlantic Division

Clemson -135 (20/27)

Florida State -120 (5/6)

North Carolina State +800 (8/1)

Boston College +1500 (15/1)

Syracuse +2500 (25/1)

Wake Forest +2500 (25/1)

Maryland +5000 (50/1)

 

ACC Coastal Division

Miami +110 (11/10)

North Carolina +185 (37/20)

Virginia Tech +300 (3/1)

Georgia Tech +500 (5/1)

Pittsburgh +1200 (12/1)

Virginia +1500 (15/1)

Duke +3000 (30/1)

 

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    1. Dfooks
      5/8/13

      Where’s Penn State?

      Please, no child porn jokes.

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