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Betting news from the last 2 days of College Football
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 20, 2020 7:16 am    Post subject: Betting news from the last 2 days of College Football

From ESPN's David Hale:

There's nothing quite like betting an over and being able to relax throughout the second half. That's what happened in the Illinois-Penn State game, where the total was set at 55, and the two teams topped that with 5:32 left in the second quarter. As bad as things looked for Penn State after an 0-5 start, the Nittany Lions finished with a four-game winning streak and 580 yards of offense.

Notre Dame closed as a 10.5-point underdog in its rematch with Clemson on Saturday. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, Notre Dame was the first team 10-0 or better to enter a game as a double-digit underdog since -- well, Notre Dame, which also had that happen back in 2018 against -- well, Clemson. The Tigers won in a rout both times.

If you played a drinking game and had a beer for each touchdown in the Army-Air Force game, you were pretty thirsty at the end. The Black Knights came from behind to win 10-7 in a game where the under was safe virtually from the opening kickoff. The total closed at 37.5, which was a low number only if you've been unaware of the history when two service academies face off. The under is now 37-9-1 in such games dating back to 2005.

San Jose State won the Mountain West title after toppling Boise State 34-20 on Saturday. How stunning was the Spartans' emergence? Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill had San Jose State at +2500 odds to win the league back on Nov. 5 -- meaning a $100 bet on the Spartans would've paid out $2,500 on Saturday.

Friday night's championship action was a good night for the 'dogs. All three underdogs in title games won, with UAB (+175) beating Marshall for the Conference USA title, Ball State (+400) toppling Buffalo in the MAC and Oregon (+130) ending USC's season in the Pac-12. If you laid down a $100 parlay bet on all three, according to ESPN Stats & Information, you'd have pocketed a cool $3,062.50.
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