College Football Week 14 Odds – Conference Title Games
- Updated: December 2, 2010
Three conference title games from the SEC, ACC and Big 12 highlight the biggest college football weekend of the year. See all the Week 14 odds from BroburySports.com.
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No. 1 Auburn (-6) vs. No. 19 South Carolina – Saturday 4 pm ET
This SEC Championship Game takes place in Atlanta, Georgia.
Auburn (12-0 SU, 8-4 ATS) got some great news when it was ruled that Cam Newton is eligible for this game. The scandal ridden quarterback led a stunning 28-27 win at defending champion Alabama last week after trailing 24-0.
South Carolina (9-3 SU, 7-5 ATS) won the SEC East and has a three-game winning streak against Florida, Troy and Clemson. Coach Steve Spurrier’s team lost at Auburn 35-27 back in September, but they’re playing very good now.
No. 21 Florida State (-4) vs. No. 15 Virginia Tech – Saturday 7:45 pm ET
This ACC Championship Game takes place in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Virginia Tech (10-2 SU, 9-3 ATS) is having an incredible comeback year after losing opening games to Boise State and Division I-AA James Madison. They’ve won 10 straight and made bettors very happy by ‘covering’ in nine of them.
Florida State (9-3 SU, 7-5 ATS) won the ACC Atlantic Division under coach Jimbo Fisher. FSU won its third straight game last week with a 31-7 win over in-state rival Florida. Quarterback Christian Ponder has eight touchdowns versus one pick in his last four games.
No. 9 Oklahoma (-6 ½) vs. No. 13 Nebraska – Saturday 8 pm ET
This Big 12 Championship Game takes place in Dallas, Texas.
The spread in this game has quickly moved up to Oklahoma favored by 6 ½-points. Oklahoma (10-2 SU, 7-5 ATS) won at Oklahoma State last week and took a three-way tie in the Big 12 South over OSU and Texas A&M.
Nebraska (10-2 SU, 5-6-1 ATS) has a big issue at quarterback with Taylor Martinez suffering from an ankle injury. Backup Cody Green will likely see at least part time action. This is Nebraska’s last year before moving to the Big Ten.
Arizona State (+5 ½) at No. 23 Arizona – Thursday
No. 25 Northern Illinois (-17 ½) vs. Miami (OH) – Friday
Illinois (-5 ½) at Fresno State – Friday
Rutgers (+20 ½) at No. 24 West Virginia
Southern Methodist (+9) at UCF
Pittsburgh (+2) at Cincinnati
Troy (-5) at Florida Atlantic
Utah State (+38) at No. 11 Boise State
No. 17 Nevada (-9 ½) at Louisiana Tech
No. 2 Oregon (-16 ½) at Oregon State
No. 1 Auburn (-6) vs. No. 19 South Carolina
San Jose State (+13 ½) at Idaho
Middle Tennessee (+5) at Florida International
Washington (-6) at Washington State
No. 21 Florida State (+4) vs. No. 15 Virginia Tech
No. 9 Oklahoma (-6 ½) vs. No. 13 Nebraska
Connecticut (+1 ½) at South Florida
USC (-6 ½) at UCLA
UNLV (+34 ½) at Hawaii
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