2013 BCS Title Game Betting Line: Alabama vs. Notre Dame (Early)

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Nov/20/2012
2013 BCS Title Game Betting Line:  Alabama vs. Notre Dame (Early)

Carrie Stroup here with your 2013 BCS Title Game betting line for Alabama vs. Notre Dame.  This is an EARLY line so neither school is officially in.  Check for the most updated line on the BCS Title Game at Sportsbook.com here

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This early line was available for wagering at Sportsbook.  The Crimson Tide were favorites of -10.5.

80 percent of those betting on this game over the last 24 hours since the number was posted have been backing Notre Dame. 

The Fighting Irish were ranked number one on the BCS Standings for the first time in team history.  To date, they remain undefeated.  Alabama has one loss on the season. 

- Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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