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2019 NCAA Football Week 15 Betting
It’s championship week at online sportsbooks in Week 15 of the college football season! Diehards as well as casual fans of the sport will all be coming out of the woodwork to grab themselves a piece of all the exciting action set to go on the collegiate gridiron this week starting Friday night when the victor of the Pac-12 gets crowned. Though the Sun Belt, MAC, Conference USA, AAC and Mountain West don’t pack the star power of the other conferences set to crown their champions later in the day, their title games will serve as the perfect appetizer for the main course; that being the title game matchups in the SEC, Big Ten, ACC and Big 12. College pigskin will be readily able to be wagered upon all day on games that all mean something which makes this final Saturday of the college football season one of the most glorious days of the year!
2019 College Football Week 15 Betting Schedule
College Football Friday, December 6, 2019
Pac-12 Championship | 8pm | ABC
The North will square off against the South to crown this season’s Pac-12 champion. The Washington Huskies went on to secure their second championship game title last season by outlasting the Utah Utes in a game that was just barely more enjoyable than watching paint dry. Not a single point was scored offensively with Byron Murphy’s 66-yard interception return proving to be the game’s lone touchdown. Hopefully the teams that qualify this season put on more of a show.
College Football Saturday, December 7, 2019
Sun Belt Championship | 12pm | ESPN or ESPN2
MAC Championship | 12pm | ESPN or ESPN2
C-USA Championship | 1:30pm | CBSSN
American Championship | 3:30pm | ABC
MWC Championship | 4pm | ESPN
SWAC Championship | 4pm | ESPNU
SEC Championship | 4pm | CBS
Like the New England Patriots winning the AFC East, you can likely pen Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide into the SEC title game with his troops partaking in the festivities five of the last seven seasons. On top of that, they’ve gone on to win it each of the last four times they made an appearance which includes last year’s thrilling 35-28 win and non-cover in a game they trailed by a touchdown heading into the fourth quarter. Unless Texas A&M, LSU or Auburn has something to say about it, you can likely expect Tua Tagovailoa to make a return appearance this season.
Big Ten Championship | 8pm | FOX
In stomping Michigan the final game of the regular season, Ohio State punched its ticket to the B1G title game for the second straight season. They sent Urban Meyer out a winner as well after scoring the 45-24 beat down of the overmatched Northwestern Wildcats as 16.5-point favorites per the closing college football odds. Though Ryan Day is without a number of key cogs from last year’s 13-1 team, the Buckeyes have just as much talent as any of the best teams in the country and will be extremely tough for anyone in the East Division to keep them out of this game at Lucas Oil Stadium a third straight season.
ACC Championship | ABC
Since coming into existence back in 2005, the ACC Championship Game has been dominated by both Florida State and Clemson. Of the 14 overall games played, four have been won by the Seminoles and five by the Tigers. To nobody’s surprise, Dabo Swinney’s troops logged a fourth straight title game win last season when they destroyed Pittsburgh 42-10 as enormous 28-point favorites that wasn’t as close as the final 32-point spread suggests. Trevor Lawrence and company are the current odds on favorites to repeat as national champions, so it’s extremely tough to see anyone but them representing the Atlantic in the final game of the regular season.
Big 12 Championship | ABC
The Big 12 title game has been dominated by the Oklahoma Sooners for so long that I honestly can’t remember the last time they didn’t win it. Supposedly it came back in 2009 when Texas outlasted Nebraska in a white knuckled defensive brawl that resulted in a 13-12 Longhorns win. The Cornhuskers aren’t even in the Big 12 anymore! Though it took a six-year hiatus, the Big 12 Championship Game has been won by OU each of the last three times. The most recent came when Kyler Murray and company avenged their Red River Rivalry defeat to Sam Ehlinger and his mates by logging the 39-27 win and cover as 9.5-point favorites. Both teams look to be the cream of the Big 12 crop heading into the 2019-20 season, so it would hardly come as a surprise to see Ehlinger have a shot a redemption on the conference’s biggest stage.
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