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2019 NCAA Football Week 15 Betting
It’s championship week at online sportsbooks! Diehards and casual fans alike will be coming out of the woodwork to grab themselves a piece of all the action this week starting Friday night with the Pac 12 Championship. That will set the table for a loaded Saturday, as the other nine conferences crown their champions. There will be four games between ranked teams, and most of the attention will be on the Big 12 Championship between Baylor and Oklahoma, the SEC Championship between Georgia and LSU, and the Big Ten Championship between Ohio State and Wisconsin. Those three games have massive College Football Playoff ramifications.
2019 College Football Week 15 Betting Schedule
College Football Friday, December 6, 2019
Pac-12 Championship | Utah -6.5 vs. Oregon | 8pm | ABC
Utah is looking to become just the second team from the Pac 12 South to become the conference champion. The Pac 12 North winner has won seven of eight title games, as Stanford, Oregon, and Washington have all won multiple championships this decade. USC was the only team from the South to win the conference, with the Trojans nipping Stanford 31-28 in the 2017 Pac 12 Championship Game.
The Utes were originally -2.5 per the college football betting odds in this game, but that line was obviously too low. Utah has since skyrocketed up to almost a touchdown favorite over Oregon, as sharps do not believe in the Ducks.
College Football Saturday, December 7, 2019
Sun Belt Championship | Appalachian State -6 vs. Louisiana | 12pm | ESPN
MAC Championship | Central Michigan -6.5 vs. Miami (OH) | 12pm | ESPN2
Big 12 Championship | Oklahoma -9.5 vs. Baylor | 12pm | ABC
Both these teams have one loss, and the winner will keep its hopes of making it to the College Football Playoff alive. However, the Sooners and Bears will both need some help elsewhere to earn the nod in the eyes of the Selection Committee.
Oklahoma erased a 28-3 deficit to knock off Baylor in Waco the first time these teams met, and the Bears are out for revenge. Matt Rhule’s defense is the toughest that the Sooners have faced this season, so Jalen Hurts and the running game won’t have an easy time getting past the Bears.
C-USA Championship | Florida Atlantic -7.5 vs. UAB | 1:30pm | CBSSN
American Championship | Memphis -10 vs. Cincinnati | 3:30pm | ABC
MWC Championship | Boise State -14.5 vs. Hawaii | 4pm | ESPN
SWAC Championship | 4pm | ESPNU
SEC Championship | LSU -7 vs. Georgia | 4pm | CBS
LSU has not won a conference championship since 2011, but the Bayou Bengals are sizable favorites by the college football betting odds to knock off the Bulldogs in Atlanta this Saturday. Joe Burrow locked up the Heisman Trophy last week with an incredible outing against Texas A&M, but this will be the toughest defense he has faced this season. Georgia has the No. 1 defense in the country per SP+, and this is the best unit Kirby Smart has had during his tenure in Athens.
This is the fourth time these two schools have met each other in the SEC Championship Game. LSU won in 2003 and 2011, while Georgia bested the Tigers in 2005. All three of those previous meetings were decided by 20 or more points.
Big Ten Championship | Ohio State -16.5 vs. Wisconsin | 8pm | FOX
Wisconsin lifted Paul Bunyan’s Axe once again to make it back to the Big Ten Championship Game, and the Badgers are hoping to best Ohio State in Indianapolis to get to the Rose Bowl. Two regular season losses mean that Wisconsin stands no chance of making it to the CFP, but Wisconsin could potentially play spoiler and tie Ohio State as the schools with the most Big Ten Championship Game victories.
ACC Championship | Clemson -28 vs. Virginia | 7:30pm | ABC
The Tigers are the biggest favorites of Championship Week. Clemson has been on fire over the second half of the season, torching each of its opponents with impunity. Dabo Swinney and the Tigers have won their last seven games by 30 or more points, coasting right past the lesser teams in the ACC, and that has led to Clemson being a massive favorite.
Virginia was the seventh different team to win the ACC Coastal in the last seven years, proving this division’s mediocrity. The Cavaliers are simply happy to be here after finally besting Virginia Tech for the Commonwealth Cup, and they stand little chance of beating the defending national champions.
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