First CFB Conference Championship Odds Posted Offshore

By Adam Kramer   Jun. 02, 2014

With win totals now available at 5Dimes, it was only a matter of time that the first conference championship odds surfaced. Thanks to the offshore sportsbook The Greek, that time has come.

While there are a handful of division odds available—some still in the works—the conference championship odds for the Power 5 are up and ready for your consumption.

Your biggest favorite of all? Oklahoma in the Big 12, the only team to open less than 1/1. At +105, Florida State isn’t far behind in the ACC, while Alabama, Oregon and Ohio State offer comparable odds at the top of the SEC, the Pac-12 and the Big Ten.

Here’s the full list being offered.

 

SEC

Alabama 5/4

LSU 5/2

South Carolina 5/2

Auburn 5/1

Florida 5/1

Georgia 13/2

Ole Miss 12/1

Tennessee 15/1

Missouri 20/1

Mississippi State 25/1

Texas A&M 25/1

Arkansas 70/1

Kentucky 80/1

Vanderbilt 250/1

 

Pac-12

Oregon 5/4

UCLA 3/1

Arizona State 5/1

USC 5/1

Stanford 5/1

Washington 15/1

Arizona 20/1

Washington State 20/1

Oregon State 25/1

Utah 50/1

Cal 100/1

Colorado 100/1

 

Big Ten

Ohio State 3/2

Wisconsin 3/1

Nebraska 3/1

Michigan State 5/1

Michigan 8/1

Iowa 10/1

Minnesota 20/1

Northwestern 30/1

Indiana 40/1

Illinois 50/1

Maryland 100/1

Rutgers 200/1

Purdue 250/1

 

ACC

Florida State 21/20

Miami 2/1

UNC 5/1

Virginia Tech 8/1

Louisville 8/1

Clemson 10/1

Duke 12/1

Georgia Tech 15/1

Pitt 50/1

Boston College 50/1

Virginia 50/1

NC State 60/1

Syracuse 60/1

Wake Forest 175/1

 

Big 12

Oklahoma 2/5

Baylor 5/2

Texas 5/1

Oklahoma State 13/2

Kansas State 8/1

TCU 10/1

Texas Tech 25/1

Iowa State 100/1

West Virginia 100/1

Kansas 125/1


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  • New college football win totals posted at 5Dimes

    By Adam Kramer   May. 22, 2014

    What started with Alabama, Auburn, Clemson and Indiana (which is still amazing and hilarious) has expanded to include much, much more.

    The college football win total season is here, and 5Dimes is playing the role of degenerate Santa. Forget about just four teams, the online book has posted a bunch of fascinating numbers to dive into. Oh, we’re getting closer.

    Keep in mind these are for the regular season only, and they likely will move around plenty over the coming months.

    (Also, please note: along with the numbers, the juice for the overs/unders are provided next to the total in parenthesis. For those new to this exercise, these numbers are critical to the exercise. Don’t just look at the win number, because it doesn’t tell the whole story.)

    Enjoy!

     

    Alabama: 10.5 (Over -140, Under +100)

    Auburn: Over 9.5 (Over -155, Under +115)

    Baylor: 9.5 (Over -130, Under -110)

    BYU: 8.5 (Over -160, Under +120)

    Clemson: 9.5 (Over -150, Under -190)

    Duke: 8.5 (Over +120, Under -160)

    Florida: 7.5 (Over +110, Under -150)

    Georgia: 9.5 (Over -120, Under -120)

    Indiana: 5.5 (Over +145, Under -185)

    Kansas State: 8.5 (Over -130, Under -110)

    Maryland: 7.5 (Over +100, Under -140)

    Miami: 7.5 (Over -160, Under +120)

    Michigan: 7.5 (Over -140, Under +100)

    Michigan State: 9.5 (Over -155, Under +115)

    Mississippi: 7.5 (Over -140, Under +100)

    Missouri: 9.5 (Over +110, Under -150)

    Nebraska: 7.5 (Over -130, Under -110)

    North Carolina: 7.5 (Over -140, Under +100)

    Notre Dame: 9.5 (Over +110, Under -150)

    Ohio State: 10.5 (Over -140, Under +100)

    Oregon: 10.5 (Over +100, Under -140)

    Penn State: 8.5 (Over +100, Under -140)

    Rutgers: 4.5 (Over -110, Under -130)

    South Carolina: 9.5 (Over -140, Under +100)

    Stanford: 9.5 (Over -120, Under -120)

    Tennessee: 5.5 (Over -160, Under +120)

    Texas: 8.5 (Over -110, Under -130)

    Texas A&M: 7.5 (Over -110, Under -130)

    TCU: 6.5 (Over +120, Under -160)

    UCLA: 9.5 (Over +100, Under -150)

    USC: 8.5 (Over -130, Under -110)

    Virginia Tech: 7.5 (Over -150, Under +110)

    Washington State: 5.5 (Over -165, Under +125)

    West Virginia: 5.5 (Over -190, Under +150)

    Wisconsin: 9.5 (Over -135, Under -105)

     

     


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  • NFL Draft prop bets posted at Bovada

    By Adam Kramer   May. 05, 2014

    Why should you gamble on the NFL Draft? I’m sorry, is this a real question that is being asked in real life?

    You should gamble on the NFL Draft, because obviously it somehow feels very important to do so. And also because it goes together extraordinarily well with whatever you’ll be drinking that evening.

    Bovada has posted its latest NFL Draft prop bets, many of which involve players we have talked about plenty over the past few years.

    Here is the full list just posted.

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Will Jadeveon Clowney be drafted 1st overall?

    Yes                   -500     (1/5)

    No                   +300     (3/1)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – How many Offensive Players will be drafted in the 1st Round?          

    Over/Under                               15

     

    2014 NFL Draft – How many Defensive Players will be drafted in the 1st Round?         

    Over/Under                               17

     

    2014 NFL Draft – How many QB’s will be drafted in the 1st round?

    Over/Under                               3

     

    2014 NFL Draft – How many RB’s will be drafted in the 1st round?

    Over                                      ½ (+1000, 10/1)

    Under                                    ½  (-2000, 1/20)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – How many WR’s & TE’s will be drafted in the 1st round?

    Over                                      6½ (-300, 1/3)

    Under                                    6½ (+200, 2/1)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Who will be drafted 1st?

    Johnny “Football” Manziel (QB Texas A&M)         -150     (2/3)

    Blake Bortles (QB UCF)                                     +110     (11/10)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Who will be drafted 1st?

    Khalil Mack (LB Buffalo)                                     -200     (1/2)

    Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)                          +150     (3/2)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Who will be drafted 1st?

    Derek Carr (QB Fresno State)                              -140     (5/7)

    Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)                      EVEN   (1/2)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Draft Position – Johnny “Football” Manziel (QB Texas A&M)

    Over                                         5½ (-140, 5/7)

    Under                                       5½ (EVEN, 1/1)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Draft Position – Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)

    Over                                         4½ (+125, 5/4)

    Under                                       4½  (-160, 5/8)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Draft Position – Khalil Mack (LB Buffalo)

    Over                                         3½ (+150, 3/2)

    Under                                       3½  (-200, 1/2)

     

    2014 NFL Draft – Draft Position – Michael Sam (DE Missouri)

    Over                                         125½  (-250, 2/5)

    Under                                       125½ (+175, 7/4)


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