The SuperBook has 114 Games of the Year on the Betting Board.
Just minutes after Germany won the World Cup 1-0 against
Argentina in extra time on Sunday, the LVH SuperBook in Las Vegas quickly shifted
gears from the round soccer ball to the pigskin with the release of its 2014
College Football Games of the Year to go along with Regular Season Win Totals
and Conference Championship Odds. The 114 Games of the Year kick off with a
pair of games scheduled for Sept. 5, Pittsburgh (-3.5) at Boston College and
Washington State (-5) at Nevada, and close out with Navy (-11.5) vs. Army on Dec.
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Defending national champion Florida State is featured in
five Games of the Year, and the Seminoles opened as favorites of 17 points or
more in each of them. Those games include Florida State -20 vs. Clemson on Sept.
20, -22 vs. Notre Dame on Oct. 18, -17 at Louisville on Oct. 30, -19.5 at Miami
on Nov. 15 and -18.5 vs. Florida on Nov. 29. The Seminoles are -400 to repeat
as champions of the Atlantic Coast Conference with North Carolina (7/1) and
Clemson (8/1) viewed by oddsmakers as the top threats to dethrone them.
In addition to the ACC, the SuperBook released Conference
Championship Odds for the Big Ten, Conference USA, Mid-American, Mountain West,
Pac-12 and SEC. Of those conferences, Marshall opened as the biggest favorite overall
at -600 to win Conference USA. The tightest race looks to be in the MAC, where
Bowling Green is a slight 5/4 favorite over Toledo (5/2) and Northern Illinois
Another conference worth mentioning is the Mountain West,
with Boise State the 7/5 favorite followed by Utah State (3/1) and Fresno State
(3/1). The SEC also saw its streak of seven straight national championships
come to an end last year and could be the most competitive it has been in a
long time with Alabama opening as the 5/4 favorite over Georgia (7/2), Auburn
(4/1), Alabama (5/1), LSU (7/1) and South Carolina (7/1).
Five schools opened with Regular Season Win Totals higher
than 10, including Florida State (11.5 UNDER -120), Oregon (10.5 OVER -180), Alabama
(10.5 OVER -150), Oklahoma (10.5) and Ohio State (10.5). It's no coincidence
that those teams also just happen to top contenders to win the 2015 national
championship, as the Seminoles are 3/1 favorites followed in the same order by the
Ducks (6/1), Crimson Tide (6/1), Sooners (10/1) and Buckeyes (12/1). UCLA and
Auburn are both in the mix at 10/1 to win the NCAA title as well after each
opened at 20/1.
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