January 20, 2022

BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Dec. 5-6

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The first sports weekend in December is one of the biggest of the year when it comes to college football with a number of conference championships on Saturday’s schedule. The NFL season is working its way towards the start of the playoffs with a couple of crucial matchups on Sunday’s slate.

BetAnySports recently released its team prop bet odds for the four-team field for this year’s College Football Playoff and Alabama was at the top of the list to earn one of those spots as a heavy -1175 favorite. The 11-1 Crimson Tide will face 10-2 Florida this Saturday in the SEC title game as 18-point favorites with the total set at 40. Alabama has won the past four meetings both straight-up and against the spread.

The second favorite on the playoff prop list is Clemson at -260 betting odds. The Tigers are one of two undefeated teams in the nation at 12-0 and they will face-off against 11-1 North Carolina in this Saturday’s ACC Championship as five-point favorites. BetAnySports has set the total for this game at 67.5. Clemson has a 5-1 SU edge in the last six meetings with a 4-2 record ATS. The total has gone OVER in four of the last five meetings.

Stanford has an outside chance of getting into the College Football Playoff at +450 betting odds, but it will first have to get past 8-4 USC in the Pac-12 Championship as a 4.5-point favorite. The total for this conference tilt has been set at 58.5. The 10-2 Cardinal have beaten the Trojans SU in five of the last seven meetings and they are 6-3 ATS in the last nine games.

Both Michigan State and Iowa will be fighting for a playoff spot in this Saturday’s Big Ten title game. BetAnySports has listed the 11-1 Spartans as 3.5-point favorites against the undefeated 12-0Hawkeyes with the total set at 51. Iowa has the 6-2 edge ATS in the last eight meetings and the total has stayed UNDER in for of the last six games.

One of the biggest showdowns in the NFL this Sunday is an AFC battle between Indianapolis and Pittsburgh in an 8:30 p.m. (ET) start at Heinz Field. Both teams are 6-5 SU on the year and fighting for a spot in the postseason. The Colts (6-5 ATS) are tied Houston for the lead in the AFC South while the Steelers (5-4-2 ATS) are basically fighting for one of two wildcard spots in the conference. The playing status of Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has kept this game “off the board” with BetAnySports, but the opening line had the Steelers favored by six points.

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