NCAA Football Weekly Betting Roundup – Dec. 3

NCAA Football Weekly Betting Roundup - Dec. 3

NCAA Football Weekly Betting Roundup – Dec. 3, With most of the country’s college football teams already wrapping-up their regular season, this final weekend of games is reserved for some of the best matchups of the season; conference championships. Check out all the betting odds for the games at VietBet, which is the best college football betting site for US Players.

The Pac-12 kicks things off on Friday night with a championship matchup between No. 2 Oregon and No. 7 Arizona. The Wildcats handed the Ducks their only loss of the season back on Oct. 2 in a 31-24 stunner as 21.5-point road underdogs. This time around, Arizona is a 14.5-point neutral-site underdog with the total set at 73.5. The total has stayed UNDER in the last three meetings.

The matchup at the top of most bettors list would be the SEC title game between No. 1 Alabama, out of the West Division and East champion No. 16 Missouri. The Crimson Tide are in pursuit of another national title, but first they have to get by a pesky Tigers’ team that went 7-1 in conference play this season. VietBet has listed Alabama as a 14.5-point favorite for Saturday’s game at the Georgia Dome and the betting odds for the total have been set at 48.5. The Tide are just 3-10-1 against the spread in their last 14 games.

The ACC Championship pits undefeated Florida State against No. 11 Georgia Tech. The Seminoles went a perfect 12-0 SU during the regular season, but still fell to No. 4 in the latest College Football Playoff Rankings after surviving yet another close call in a tight 24-19 win against Florida last week as seven-point home favorites. They have been listed by VietBet as 4.5-point favorites over the Yellow Jackets for this Saturday’s game with the total set at 60.5. Florida State comes into this game with a 3-9 record this season ATS, while Georgia Tech is 5-0 both SU and ATS in its last five games.

This season’s Big Ten Championship pits No. 5 Ohio State against No. 13 Wisconsin. The Buckeyes moved up in the latest CFP Rankings, but they will most likely need an impressive victory over the Badgers along with a loss by one of the top four teams to get into the national playoffs. They have been listed as four-point underdogs for Saturday’s showdown and the betting odds on the total have been set at 52.5. Wisconsin is just 1-6 both SU and ATS in its last seven games against the Buckeyes. Top

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