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5Dimes posts four-team playoff odds

The College Football Playoff is set to open doors. For one, two more teams will squeeze their way into the party, drink all your beer and eat all your quality food and then be told to leave.

In the world of gamblin’, such changes will also impact how you, Joe Degenerate, can wager. The national championship prices will certainly undergo some changes, while a more direct bet for the playoff is already available on the online book 5Dimes.

It’s simple, really. Will a team make the four-team playoff next year?

To get the ball rolling, 5Dimes has released odds on the following teams.

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The Seminoles are the biggest chalk to make the playoff. Given the conference and the schedule, the rest isn’t exactly a surprise. Alabama has even odds on both sides, while the rest of the teams are favored not the postseason.

(For the record, Oregon +160 to make the playoff looks like the juiciest bet on the board, but it is February.)

That’s important.


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  • Published On Feb. 13, 2014 by Adam Kramer
  • Bovada updates Heisman odds, now including 23 players

    It began with only 15 names, although Bovada’s Heisman odds board for the 2014 season has evolved and expanded over the past few weeks. The latest update now has 23 names, and a defensive player has been added to the mix. UCLA’s Myles Jack is the only defensive player listed—and yes, he also enjoys destroying tacklers as a running back every now and then—checking in at 33/1.

    Another notable addition is Alabama running back Derrick Henry. Henry opened here at 25/1. Joining him at 25/1 is another back, Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah who also made the latest cut.

    The rest of the odds are as follows.

     

    Jameis Winston (QB Florida State) 12/5  

    Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon) 5/1  

    Braxton Miller (QB Ohio State) 11/2  

    Bryce Petty (QB Baylor) 9/1  

    Todd Gurley (RB Georgia) 12/1  

    Brett Hundley (QB UCLA) 14/1

    T.J. Yeldon (RB Alabama) 14/1  

    Melvin Gordon (RB Wisconsin) 16/1  

    Connor Cook (QB Michigan State) 18/1  

    Mike Davis (RB South Carolina) 18/1  

    Everett Golson (Notre Dame) 22/1  

    Ameer Abdullah (RB Nebraska) 25/1  

    Derrick Henry (RB Alabama) 25/1  

    Sean Mannion (QB Oregon State) 25/1  

    Taylor Kelly (QB Arizona State) 25/1  

    Trevor Knight (QB Oklahoma) 25/1

    Dak Prescott (QB Mississippi State) 33/1  

    Duke Johnson (RB Miami) 33/1  

    Karlos Williams (RB Florida State) 33/1  

    Myles Jack (LB UCLA) 33/1  

    Nick Marshall (QB Auburn) 33/1  

    Matt Johnson (QB Bowling Green) 66/1  

    Rakeem Cato (QB Marshall) 66/1  


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  • Published On Feb. 06, 2014 by Adam Kramer
  • Bovada’s updated Heisman odds

    After releasing Heisman odds late last week, the online sportsbook Bovada.lv has updated its list of available options.

    There are a few key differences here. For one, Michigan State’s Connor Cook and Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott have each been added. The other notable difference is the odds have shifted some in that time.

    As for what they look like now, here’s the updated version.

     

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