NCAA Football Weekly Roundup – Dec. 10

NCAA Football Weekly Roundup - Dec. 10

NCAA Football Weekly Roundup – Dec. 10, The results of last week’s games, which included several conference championships, have set the stage for the upcoming college football bowl season as well as the first-ever college football playoffs to determine this year’s national champion. If you are looking to wager on the upcoming 39-game schedule then VietBet is the place as the best college football betting site for US Players.

The College Football Playoff Rankings have set Alabama as the No. 1 team in the nation and the Crimson Tide is set to face No. 4 Ohio State in this year’s Sugar Bowl on New Year’s Day. This bowl is one of two that are designated as a national semifinal game. The Crimson Tide have been opened as 9.5-point favorites and the betting odds on the total have been set at 58.

Alabama comes into this game with a costly 4-8-1 record against the spread this season after going 12-1 straight-up, but it is a profitable 5-1 ATS in its last six bowl games. Ohio State is also 12-1 SU on the year with an 8-5 record ATS. The Buckeyes have had their issues in the past against the SEC with a 1-5 record both SU and ATS in their last six contests against this conference.

The second national semifinal will take place in this year’s Rose Bowl, which will also be played on New Year’s Day. No. 2 Oregon, which won the Pac-12, will square-off against ACC champion No. 2 Florida State. VietBet has opened the Ducks as 9.5-point favorites and the total line has been set at 71.

Oregon’s lone loss came against Arizona early in the season and it successfully avenged that defeat with a 51-13 romp over the Wildcats in the conference championship as a 14.5-point favorite. The Ducks are now 12-1 SU with a healthy 9-4 record ATS. They have covered ATS in their last three bowl appearances. Florida State remains the only undefeated team in the nation at 13-0, but it has been a major drain on the wallet this season with a costly 3-10 record ATS after surviving numerous close calls as a heavy favorite. The Seminoles remain a solid bet in the postseason with a sterling 9-1-1 record ATS in their last 11 bowl games.Top

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