BCS Championship Game 2014 Betting Line Set: Auburn vs. FSU
The BCS Championship Game 2014 betting line for Auburn vs. FSU had Florida State as a -8.5 favorite. Bet this game LIVE, every play, every minute as the game is happening at Bookmaker here Also qualify to receive up to $2500 in FREE BETS.
Auburn, which came into this regular College Football season as one of the biggest long shots ever to qualify for the championship game, was seeing nearly 75 percent of the early public backing.
The Tigers stunned early favorite Alabama two weeks ago and easily beat Missouri over the weekend. Against Missouri, Auburn starting quarterback Tre Mason broke the SEC title-game record of 201 rushing yards set by Justin Vincent in 2003. Mason finished the day with 304, averaging 6.6 yards per rush.
That wasn’t the only individual record broken Saturday. Individual SEC Championship Game records broken in this game:
* Most rushing yards (Tre Mason, AUB - 304)
* Most rush attempts (Tre Mason, AUB - 46)
* Most yards from scrimmage (Tre Mason, AUB - 312)
* Most all-purpose yards (Tre Mason, AUB - 312)
* Most TD (Tre Mason, AUB - 4)
* Most PAT makes and attempts (Cody Parkey, AUB - 8-8)
* Longest FG made (Cody Parkey, AUB - 52 Yds)
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If recent history is any indication, Auburn does have a strong edge coming into the 2014 BCS Championship game. The winner of the Iron Bowl between Auburn and Alabama has gone on to win the championship every year since 2009.
But it is Florida State that comes into this matchup with an undefeated season (Auburn had one loss).
Florida State dismantled Duke Saturday to ensure their perfect 13-0 record.
Florida State had twice as many rushing yards on designed runs as Duke Saturday. Before Duke's final drive, the Blue Devils had 78 yards on designed runs, the same amount of rushing yards after contact that Florida State finished with.
The Heisman Trophy favorite, Jameis Winston, was 19 of 32 for 330 yards and set FBS freshman records for TD passes (38) and yards passing (3,820) in a season.
The Seminoles starting quarterback did show vulnerabilities, however. Winston completed 2-of-9 passes thrown 15 or more yards downfield in the first half Saturday. It was the most such incompletions for Winston in a half this season. In the second half, Winston completed three of his first four passes thrown 15-plus yards.
- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.comSubmitted by Dan Shapiro on Mon, 12/09/2013 - 11:17