Collection Of Big Ten 2014 Football Odds

Conference title odds, regular season win totals and games of the year lines have all been released by at least one enterprising sportsbook somewhere. I’ve pieced together all the relevant odds as they pertain to the Big 10. No analysis yet, we have all summer for all that. But we still need a reference page, so bookmark this page for future discussion as we plow through summer towards the first kickoff. Speaking of that, it’s only 66 days away. Get you summer in now, folks…….. CONFERENCE TITLE ODDS The only place I could find both conference and division odds was the The Greek, an online sportsbook. Still waiting on the other off shores to follow suit. Odds to win the Big Ten Championship game Illinois, +5000 Indiana, +4000 Iowa, +1000 Maryland, +10000 Michigan, +800 Michigan State, +500 Minnesota, +2000 Nebraska, +300 Northwestern, +3000 Ohio State, +100 Purdue, +25000 Rutgers, +20000 Wisconsin, +300 Odds to win the Big Ten Eastern Division Indiana, +2000 Maryland, +5000 Michigan, +500 Michigan State, +250 Ohio State, -300 Odds to win the Big Ten Western Division Illinois, +2500 Iowa, +500 Minnesota, +800 Nebraska, +175 Northwestern, +1500 Purdue, +10000 Wisconsin, +125   OVER/UNDER WIN TOTALS Per 5 Dimes, here are the Over/Under

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Round Of 32 Saturday, Odds & Props

#7 Texas vs #2 Michigan, 5:15, CBS Lines: Michigan -5, Over/Under 141.5 Money Lines, To Win: UM -230; Texas, +180 Cameron Ridley, Over/Under 12.5 points Jonathan Holmes, Over/Under 12 points Nik Stauskas, Over/Under 17.5 points Glenn Robinson III, Over/Under 18.5 points + rebounds #12 North Dakota St vs #4 Oklahoma, 6:10, TNT Lines: SDSU -3.5, Over/Under 127.5 Money Lines, To Win: SDSU -175; NDSU, +150 Taylor Braun, Over/Under 16.5 points TrayVonn Wright, Over/Under 13 points Xavier Thames, Over/Under 17.5 points Winston Shepherd, Over/Under 11.5 points #11 Dayton vs #3 Syracuse, 7:10, TNT Lines: Cuse -8, Over/Under 130.5 Money Lines, To Win: Cuse, -400; Dayton, +320 Jordan Sibert, Over/Under 11 points Devin Oliver, Over/Under 17.5 points + rebounds CJ Fair, Over/Under 24.5 points + rebounds Tyler Ennis, Over/Under 19.5 points + assists #7 Oregon vs #2 Wisconsin, 7:45, CBS Lines: Wisco -5.5, Over/Under 146.5 Money Lines, To Win: Wisco, -250; Oregon, +210 Joseph Young, Over/Under 18 points Jason Calliste, Over/Under 13.5 points Ben Brust, Over/Under 13 points Sam Dekker, Over/Under 17.5 points + rebounds #12 Harvard vs #4 Michigan St, 8:40, TNT Lines: MSU -8, Over/Under 136.5 Money Lines, To Win: MSU -420; Harvard, +330 Wesley Saunders, Over/Under 13 points Siyani Chambers, Over/Under 11 points Gary

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Round Of 32: Louisville-St Louis, Odds & Props

#5 St. Louis vs # 4 Louisville, 2:45, CBS Lines: Louisville -10, Over/Under 133 Money Line, To Win: Louisville, -690; St. Louis, +465 Player Props Dwayne Evans, Over/Under 13.5 points Jordair Jett, Over/Under 18,5 points + assists Russ Smith, Over/Under 18.5 points Montrezl Harrell, Over/Under 24.5 points + rebounds In the last 10 tournaments, there have been 18 4/5 games in the Round of 32. Of those games, most were considered coin flips, per the odds. Fourteen of those games had a line of -2.5 or less. Only two had a line larger than -3.5: in 2007 and 2011 when Maryland and Texas were 5-point chalk over Butler and Arizona respectively. Incidentally, both those favorites lost those games outright. To put this into more perspective, a year ago Louisville was the #1 seed and in their Round of 32 games against #9 seed Colorado St, they were favored by 11 points. We’re a flurry of Louisville money pouring into this books in the next hour from seeing the Cards as heavy a chalk in this 4/5 game as they were in a 1/9 game a year ago. Then again, the Cards have been favored in all but one game since the start of last season

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