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On the Line Handicapping Podcast: National Championship Betting

Last week we talked about the Heisman. This week we’re all about national championship gamblin’.

The On the Line podcast returns, readying for another year of college football handicapping. Before we dive into each conference – and we will do just that next week – we’re looking at the bigger picture: favorites we like, some of the longer odds that figure, and even some of the new playoff odds.

We also spent a lot of time on the Florida State punting situation, which is weird. I promise it will make sense after you listen. Maybe.

Listen below, listen on  iTunes, listen on your Android device. Wherever you listen, we hope you enjoy.


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  • Published On Jul. 23, 2014 by Adam Kramer
  • Bovada posts conference championship odds

    The online sportsbook has added to its arsenal of betting options, posting conference championship odds for each of the Power 5 conferences as the season inches closer.

    Your favorites are, well, obvious. Florida State is the most significant favorite on the board, checking in at 4/11 to win the ACC. Oklahoma and Ohio State are also less than even money to win their conferences, while Oregon and Alabama round out your other favorites at just a shade over 1/1.

    As for a full rundown of the odds, here they are.


    The ACC


    The Big 12

    Big 12

    The Big Ten


    The Pac-12


    The SEC


  • Published On Jul. 17, 2014 by Adam Kramer
  • On the Line Handicapping Podcast: Betting the Heisman

    As our host says each and every week – we are back. After a long, quiet offseason, the On the Line CFB handicapping podcast is back with the season approaching.

    We’ll get to the point spreads – every week, actually – and we’ll hit on win totals, conference odds and national championship betting. For now, however, we’re starting with the Heisman. How should you bet? Who should you bet? What dogs are worth a glance?

    All these and more were tackled in our first podcast of the year, which feels really good to say. Enjoy, and dig in. We’ll be here a while.

    We are also on iTunes: Subscribe, listen, tell all your friends and tell your friends to tell their friends. And for you Android users, we have you covered as well.

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  • Published On Jul. 17, 2014 by Adam Kramer