SEC Championship Team Prop Odds

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ATLANTA, GA (The Spread) – The 2012 SEC Championship Game features No. 2 Alabama facing No. 3 Georgia on Saturday at 4PM ET. Here is a look at the team prop odds available for this game.

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According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Alabama is the favorite to win this game, as the Crimson Tide have odds of -7 points against Georgia. The over/under total for the game has been set at 50.5 points. (View Matchup). When it comes to team prop odds, there are plenty of options available.

For each team, a point total has been set. Alabama has been given over/under odds of 29.5 points. The Crimson Tide are averaging 39 points per game this year, which ranks 15th in the nation. They have only been held under 30 points two times this season, in a 21-17 win over LSU and a 29-24 loss to Texas A&M. Georgia’s defense is allowing just 17.7 points per game on defense, but the Bulldogs did allow Tennessee to score 44 points on them and South Carolina posted 35 points on their defense this year.

When it comes to the Bulldogs, they have been given over/under odds of 21.5 points. Georgia is averaging 38 points per game this year, which ranks 17th in the nation. The Bulldogs have only been held under 22 points this year, twice. That was in a 35-7 loss to South Carolina and a 17-9 win over Florida. Georgia is going up against the top defense in the country in terms of scoring, as the Crimson Tide are allowing just 9.3 points per game. Alabama has only allowed Texas A&M to score more than 21 points against them this year.

Bet on College Football SEC Championship Odds

For complete team prop odds for the 2012 SEC Championship Game, see below.

2012 SEC Championship Game Team Prop Odds

Game Odds: Alabama -7 vs. Georgia. Over/Under Total: 50.5 points

Margin of Victory Odds

Alabama Win By 01-03 pts 6/1

Alabama Win By 04-06 pts 5/1

Alabama Win By 07-10 pts 9/2

Alabama Win By 11-13 pts 6/1

Alabama Win By 14-17 pts 8/1

Alabama Win By 18-21 pts 11/1

Alabama Win By 22-25 pts 14/1

Alabama Win By 26 or more 8/1

Georgia Win By 01-03 pts 5/1

Georgia Win By 04-06 pts 8/1

Georgia Win By 07-10 pts 10/1

Georgia Win By 11-13 pts 14/1

Georgia Win By 14-17 pts 18/1

Georgia Win By 18 or more 22/1

Total points scored

00-14 Points 30/1

15-21 Points 20/1

22-28 Points 15/1

29-35 Points 10/1

36-42 Points 7/1

43-49 Points 5/1

50-56 Points 4/1

57-63 Points 5/1

64-70 Points 7/1

71-77 Points 9/1

78-84 Points 12/1

85-91 Points 15/1

92 or More Points 6/1

Other Team Prop Odds

Will either team score in the first 6 minutes: Yes (-115), No (-115)

Total points for Alabama: Over/Under 29.5

Total points for Georgia: Over/Under 21.5

Team to score first: Alabama (-170), Georgia (+140)

First score will be: Touchdown (-240), Any other score (+180)

Longest TD of the Game: Over/Under 48.5 yards

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