Saturday’s Betting Tips
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College Football Betting Odds and Matchups: Dec. 1
College Football Sports Lines and Odds
Happy December and that means we are just two weeks away from bowl season! In college football, there's another big card featuring teams that are vying for postseason. There are also conference championships, featuring the biggest one-the SEC Championship. At ATS Sports Line, we can't wait and hope you take advantage of this schedule. Here are the top five matchups of the day, with most squads can't looking for a big bowl.
Now get the cold ones out of the cooler and have fun watching college football.
#2 Alabama (11-1) vs. #3 Georgia (11-1)
The winner of the SEC Championship will play in the BCS Championship against Notre Dame. Georgia (11-1 SU, 6-6 ATS) hasn't played Alabama since 2008 (41-30 Alabama). They come into this game off a 42-10 win over Georgia Tech at home giving 14.5, while Alabama (11-1, 6-6 ATS) is coming off a 49-0 win over Auburn, giving 34. Alabama QB A.J. McCarron has 25 TDs and just 2 picks. Georgia's win over Florida, who was ranked third at the time, helped them get to the SEC Championship game. Georgia is 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games following a S.U. win. College Football odds: Alabama -7.5. Total: 50.5.
#12 Florida State (10-2) vs. Georgia Tech (6-6)
Georgia Tech (6-6 SU, 7-5 ATS) managed to make it to the ACC Championship despite a mediocre record and will be going bowling, no matter what happens. Florida State's No. 1 rushing defense allowed 244 yards to Florida last week, which is not a good sign against a triple option Georgia Tech squad. FSU will be without one of the top defensive players in DE Cornelius Carradine, who tore his ACL in their loss to Florida. He led the team with 80 tackles and was second with 11 sacks. Georgia Tech won their last 4 ACC games and could be getting leading rusher Orwin Smith (9ypc) back from a sprained ankle. Georgia Tech is 4-0 ATS L4 conference games. College Lines: Florida State is a 14-point favorite. Total: 60.5.
#13 Nebraska (10-2) vs. Wisconsin (7-5)
Last game: NEBRASKA (-11) over Wisconsin, 30-27. The 14th-ranked Cornhuskers (10-2, 7-1) have won six straight since a 25-point loss at Ohio State on Oct. 6. They won their division outright when Michigan lost to the Buckeyes and will be playing for their first conference championship since winning the Big 12 in 1999. The winner will go to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Nebraska came off a 13-7 road win over Iowa, giving 14.5, while Wisconsin fell at Penn State in overtime, 24-21 giving one. Nebraska did win this game against Wisconsin in September, 30-27 at home on Sept. 29. But they needed to come back from a 17-point, 3rd-quarter deficit. Badgers are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games following a ATS loss. NCAAF Odds: Nebraska is a 3.5-point favorite. Total: 49.0.
Central Florida (9-3) at Tulsa (9-3)
Last game: TULSA (-1) over UCF, 23-21. The UCF Knights will try to exit Conference USA with the league crown as they take on Tulsa, as they are headed to the Big East in the following season. The Knights were banned from bowl participation in August due to recruiting violations. The school elected to appeal the ruling, which made the team eligible until an official ruling on the appeal was decided by the NCAA. During the regular season, it was announced the appeal will not be fully reviewed until next season. Tulsa is coming off a 35-27 loss at SMU as a 5.5-point favorite. The favorite is 5-1 ATS L6 in this series. College Football Odds: Tulsa is a 2-point favorite. Total: 54.
#21 Texas (8-3) at #7 Kansas State (10-1)
Last year: Kansas State (+8) over TEXAS, 17-13. Kansas State is coming off a bye and they had to think about what could have been. If they had showed up against Baylor, they’d be playing Notre Dame for the BCS Championship. But they didn’t get the job done. QB Colin Klein threw three picks and was held to 39 yards on the ground against a woeful Baylor defense in a 52-24 loss. Texas had their own issues in their 20-13 loss to TCU with three first-half turnovers. QB Case McCoy relieved Davis Ash and went 11 of 17 for 110 yards in the second half. The Big 12 automatic berth is on the line for KSTate.The Fave is 0-7 ATS L7 in series. Football Odds: Kansas State is an 11-point favorite. Total: 63.