Orange Bowl Team Prop Odds

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MIAMI, FL (The Spread) – Northern Illinois will need a total team effort to beat Florida State in the 2013 Orange Bowl on Tuesday night. Here is a look at the prop odds for the Huskies and Seminoles tonight.

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Florida State comes into this game as the clear favorite, as they have odds of -13.5 points against Northern Illinois on Tuesday night. The over/under total has been set at 58.5 points. According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Northern Illinois has been given an over/under total of 22.5 points for the Orange Bowl, while Florida State has been given odds of 36.5 points for the contest.

Florida State comes into this game 12th in the nation in scoring, averaging 39.9 points per game. FSU had at least 37 points in 7 of their 13 games this season, but they have failed to do so in three of their last four games. Northern Illinois comes into this game ranking 18th in the nation in points allowed, at just 19 per game. The Huskies gave up 37 points or more twice this season. Once to Kent State in the MAC Championship, and the other time to Army.

When it comes to offense for Northern Illinois, the Huskies ranked eighth in the nation in points, scoring 40.8 points per game. The Huskies scored at least 30 points in every game this season expect for the 17-16 loss to Iowa in the season opener. The FSU defense is sixth in the country, allowing only 15.1 points per game. The Seminoles only gave up more than 22 points in one game this season, and that was in a 37-26 loss to Florida.

Bet on Orange Bowl Team Prop Odds

For complete team prop odds available for the 2013 Orange Bowl, see below

Game Odds

Northern Illinois +13.5 Over 58.5

Florida State -13.5 Under 58.5

Margin of victory

FSU Win By 01-03 pts +1000

FSU Win By 04-06 pts +800

FSU Win By 07-10 pts +600

FSU Win By 11-13 pts +500

FSU Win By 14-17 pts +500

FSU Win By 18-21 pts +600

FSU Win By 22-25 pts +800

FSU Win By 26 or more +450

N ILL Win By 01-03 pts +700

N ILL Win By 04-06 pts +1000

N ILL Win By 07-10 pts +1500

N ILL Win By 11-13 pts +2000

N ILL Win By 14-17 pts +2500

N ILL Win By 18 or more +3000

Total points scored

00-14 Points +5000

15-21 Points +3000

22-28 Points +2000

29-35 Points +1500

36-42 Points +1000

43-49 Points +700

50-56 Points +500

57-63 Points +400

64-70 Points +500

71-77 Points +700

78-84 Points +800

85-91 Points +1000

92 or More Points +500

Game Prop Odds

Will either team score in the first 5:30 of the game: Yes (-115) No (-115)

Total points for Northern Illinois: Over/Under 22.5

Total points for Florida State: Over/Under 36.5

Team to score first: Northern Illinois (+220) Florida State (-300)

First score will be: Touchdown (-300) Any Other Score (+220)

Longest touchdown of the game: Over/under 57.5 yards

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