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Bovada puts FSU’s BCS title odds even with Oregon’s, just behind Bama’s

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The gambling public, in addition to the lopsided odds set for the matchup of Top-10 unbeatens, has apparently taken notice of the dominant run Florida State’s been on the past couple of weeks.

In the last set of odds for the 2013 BCS title we posted here two weeks ago, the Seminoles were at 12/1, the same number as Baylor and Clemson and behind Alabama (7/4), Oregon (11/5) and Ohio State (6/1).  After beating Clemson and two other ACC opponents by a combined score of 163-31 the past three weeks, those odds have climbed significantly for FSU.

The ‘Noles are now at 9/4 to win the 2013 BCS title, the same odds given to Oregon.  The Ducks are slightly longer odds than the 7/4 they were a week ago but slightly shorter than the 11/5 they were two weeks ago.

Alabama, at 7/4 and 8/5 the past two weeks, comes in at the latter number in Bovada‘s latest release.

Ohio State (15/2, from 9/1), Baylor (12/1, from 10/1) and Miami (33/1, from 20/1) have both seen their odds lengthen from last week.

One-loss Auburn, which has been off the board all season long, is now on it at 66/1.  Stanford at 33/1 is the only one-loss team listed by Bovada.

Below are all of the latest odds, again courtesy of

Bovada BCS Odds

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5 Responses to “Bovada puts FSU’s BCS title odds even with Oregon’s, just behind Bama’s”
  1. chachooga says: Oct 31, 2013 10:30 AM

    The Canes are up there too.

    Riddle me this….why are all the bobble heads peeing on UMs parade as they are undefeated going into a huge matchup.

    Nobody is whining about Stanford who actually LOST TO UTAH and only beat Oregon State 20-12. I mean have you watched them….they are fully healthy and they don’t looks Great.

    It is tiring to hear this in a week with another HUGE ACC matchup that we have to hear the wizzing on UM garbage.

    They beat a fully healthy UF team.

    Tired of the nonesense…once a line gets going all the blabbers repeat it.

  2. longborer69 says: Oct 31, 2013 10:51 AM

    Hate to break it to you, but this is about people actually putting their money where their mouth is.

    Nobody bashed on Miami in this post. But Miami’s performance on Saturday made people less likely to bet on them making it to the championship game. That’s what the odds are.

    If you think the odds are wrong, take advantage of it. Instead of whining about Stanford, Utah, and Oregon State, go put down some money on Miami. Ask for an advance on your allowance from your dad, and go for it.

    33-1. You’re smarter than the bookies, you know better. It’s an opportunity for you. Don’t miss it.

  3. chachooga says: Oct 31, 2013 12:24 PM

    My point is made by the odds buddy.

    The Odds for Stanford are the exact same for UM….but nobody is whizzing on Stanford over and over in ESPN bobble head world. But I hear how UM is not worth a #7 ranking.

    I know UM hasn’t looked great, but undefeated and winning close games is worth their ranking. The matchup this weekend should be celebrated and looked forward to, not downplayed and whined about.

    Stanford lost to UTAH, almost lost a couple others.

    But when you watch or read or listen to sports talk it is all boo hoo on Miami, but no “maybe Stanford shouldn’t be #5 since they lost to Utah”

    you see???

  4. skwackquackwoof says: Oct 31, 2013 4:29 PM

    Have you watched Miami? What has me most confused about the scenario with the bobbleheads is that the ACC is getting any love at all. Before the year started the bobbleheads were declaring the ACC as equals with the Mountain West. Now we have a whole new story, and nobody seems to remember. I think Florida State is pretty good, but that’s it. Miami can beat em if they play with discipline, but as of right now Miami is over rated. I won’t hold FSU in greater esteem if they beat Miami because they are supposed to beat Miami. If the Canes win tomorrow, they will probably jump to #5.

  5. longborer69 says: Oct 31, 2013 6:48 PM

    Money. Mouth.

    Bet on Miami, bet against Stanford. Go for it.

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