BCS Odds

2015 BCS Odds:

Ohio State 9/2
TCU 7/1
Alabama 8/1
Baylor 12/1
Oklahoma 12/1
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The BCS Bowl games are set, with a new team to be crowned national champions, as the Alabama Crimson Tide knocked off number one Florida Gators to advance to the BCS National Championship game. The Crimson Tide will meet the Texas Longhorns, who managed to beat Nebraska in the Big 12 Championship game 13-12 on a last second field goal. Both Alabama and Texas enter this BCS National Championship game undefeated with 13-0 records, which marks the first time both teams meeting for the national title have been undefeated since 2005.


BCS National Championship Odds:



#2 Texas Longhorns +3.5 (-110)

vs #1 Alabama Crimson Tide -3.5 (-110)


Money Line:

#2 Texas Longhorns (+158)

vs #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (-180)


Game Total:

Over 46 (-110)

Under 46 (-110)


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Other BCS Bowl Info:

We are dedicated to be the number one guide for people looking for BCS odds to bet on each BCS bowl game. On our site you will not only find BCS odds for each bowl game and national title game, but also the best places where you can place wagers on the BCS bowl games online. We will compare the odds for each BCS bowl game and give you the best site to bet on each game.


Other BCS bowl games for the 2009-2010 college football season include Oregon and Ohio State meeting in the Rose Bowl game, Florida and Cincinnati squaring off in the Sugar Bowl, undefeated Boise State and TCU facing off in the Fiesta Bowl, and Iowa and Georgia Tech battling it out in the Orange Bowl. We will list the odds for each of these individual BCS Bowl games below, as well as give a preview to each game, and provide the best betting site to bet on each game.

BCS Bowl Odds:


BCS Rose Bowl Odds:

#7 Oregon Ducks -4 (-110)

vs #8 Ohio State Buckeyes +4 (-110)


BCS Sugar Bowl Odds:

#5 Florida Gators -12.5 (-110)

vs #3 Cincinnati Bearcats +12.5 (-110)


BCS Fiesta Bowl Odds:

#6 Boise State Broncos +7.5 (-110)

vs #4 TCU Horned Frogs -7.5 (-110)


BCS Orange Bowl Odds:

#10 Iowa Hawkeyes +3.5 (-110)

vs #9 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -3.5 (-110)


Not sure how to read these BCS Odds? You can learn how at Sportsbook.com, and we will give an explanation below.


Betting Odds Example:


Texas +2.5 (-110)

vs Alabama -2.5 (-110)


In our example you will notice that beside each team is a + or – along with a number, as well as a number with a negative sign in brackets. The first number represents the points which the team is either favored by or underdogs by, known as the spread. The team with the negative (-) sign is the favorite, while the team with the positive (+) sign is the underdog. In our example Texas is +2.5, which means they are underdogs by 2.5 points, and Alabama is -2.5 which means they are favored by 2.5 points. If you were to bet on Alabama they would have to win by 3 points or more (to cover the 2.5 point spread) in order for your bet to win. If you were to bet on Texas they would either have to win or loss by 2 or less points (to beat the 2.5 point spread). The number in brackets are the odds on betting on either team on the spread. The most common odds for betting the spread is -110, which means that you would have to risk $11 to win $10, or $110 to win $100. If the odds were -105 it would mean you would have to risk $10.50 to win $10, etc. Bet BCS Bowls now!


More About BCS Odds:


The odds for the BCS bowl games and national championship will always be changing right up until the game time. The odds change depending on how many people are betting on each team, so that the sportsbook doesn’t take a huge hit in losses one way or the other. Odds may vary on each BCS game at different online sportsbooks, which is why we keep track and recommend the best sportsbooks to bet the games at. Above we only outlined the spread and the odds to go with the spread of each game, but there are other things you can bet on within the BCS games (spread betting is by far the most popular though). You can also bet on each team straight up, which is called betting on the money line. The money line odds are more rewarding for the underdogs, but less rewarding when betting on favorites. You can also place bets on the game’s total combined score going over or under the set number. Each game will have a set number by the sportsbooks, and odds are given for you to bet on either over or under that line. These money line and over/under lines are talked about more on each BCS game specific page. Good Luck with your BCS betting!


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