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Here are the current odds to win BCS NC, there were some posted yesterday that were incorrect for some reason.
Alabama - 5/7
Notre Dame - 3/1
Oregon - 10/1
Kansas State 20/1
Florida - 20/1
LSU - 1000/1
Florida State - 1000/1
Stanford - 1000/1
These make sense to me. Only note would be that unless Vegas has gone insane, FSU is completely out of this thing.
You're right on FSU. Vegas seems to think little to know chance. I would think their chances are better than KSU's though. But both need some upsets to be considered.
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The difference is that Kansas State can potentially jump back ahead of ND if they win out and ND losses to USC. It doesn't look like FSU can jump ND even if USC beats ND easily. They also would then need Kansas State and Oregon to lose again and either UGA/UA to lose BEFORE the SEC champ and have the loser win the championship.
Bet 3 units on Bama and 1 unit on Georgia. You win if the SEC makes it 7 in a row...(win a little more if Bama wins...)
You could bet 4 units on Bama and 1 on Georgia and just breakeven if Georgia wins, but win almost 1.86 units if Bama wins.
Yep. True. I was surprised to see the ND line open at only 6 this weekend.
Doesn't look right. How could Bama be 5-7, yet Georgia is 4-1. Doesn't jive. Should be better odds on one or the other.
What does 5/7 odds mean? Is that better or worse than 3/1?
A lot better. 5/7 is less than even money, bet $7 to win $5. 3/1 would be 21/7.
Significantly better. 5/7 means Alabama wins 7 out of 12 times. 3/1 indicates that ND wins 1/4 times.
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