Conference Championship Odds

There are five games between two ranked teams this week in college football betting, and all five games will decide their conference champions. This week’s action will shape the BCS bowl picture.

No. 1 LSU has seemingly already locked up a trip to the BCS National Championship Game, but the Tigers still need one more win over No. 12 Georgia to stay undefeated and win the SEC. Georgia has won 10 straight and is 8-2 ATS over that stretch, while LSU is 12-0 SU and 9-3 ATS on the year.


LSU is a 13-point favorite at Sportsbook at the Georgia Dome.


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No. 11 Michigan State and No. 15 Wisconsin will have a rematch of their incredible midseason battle in this Saturday’s Big Ten Championship in Indianapolis. Wisconsin is a 9.5-point favorite at Sportsbook.


Michigan State won outright 37-31 as a 7.5-point home underdog in the last showdown between these two teams.

No. 5 Virginia Tech and No. 21 Clemson are also set for a rematch at a neutral location in the ACC Championship Game in North Carolina. Virginia Tech is a 7.5-point favorite at Sportsbook. Clemson beat Virginia Tech outright 23-3 in Virginia Tech, but since then the Hokies haven’t lost another game while Clemson comes into this one having lost three of its last four games.

If No. 6 Houston beats No. 24 Southern Mississippi in the Conference USA Championship this week, they’ll finish up their undefeated season and clinch a BCS Bowl berth. Houston is a 13.5-point favorite at home at Sportsbook. The Cougars are 12-0 SU and 10-2 ATS this season, but are 3-7 SU in their last 10 games against Southern Mississippi.

While it isn’t technically a Big 12 Championship, the Sportsbook of No. 13 Oklahoma at No. 3 Oklahoma State does win the Big 12 and secure at  least a trip to the Fiesta Bowl. Oklahoma State is a 3.5-point favorite at Sportsbook. Oklahoma has dominated this rivalry with an 8-2 SU and 7-3 ATS record over the last 10 games between these two teams.

No. 9 Oregon is a 31-point favorite over UCLA at Sportsbook at home in the Pac-12 Championship Game Friday night. UCLA is coming off of a 50-0 loss to USC.

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