Bowl Lines, CFP and Heisman Odds 2021-22

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The college football postseason is set, and the wagering frenzy has already started.

SportsBetting.ag released odds for every bowl game, including the CFP semis, on Sunday afternoon. You can find a line for all 41 bowl games, as well as Army vs. Navy, below

Additionally, odds for the CFP National Championship and Heisman (will be updated once finalists are announced today) are here:


CFP Odds

Alabama +120

Georgia +145 

Michigan +650

Cincinnati +1100        


Heisman Odds

Bryce Young -5000

Kenny Pickett +1800

Aidan Hutchison +2500

CJ Stroud +4000

Matt Corral +5000


Bowl Game Odds

Navy at Army (-8)


Toledo (-9.5) vs MTSU


Coastal Carolina (-10) vs Northern Illinois


Appalachian State (-3) vs Western Kentucky


South Carolina State vs Jackson State (-11.5)


UTEP vs Fresno State (-12.5)


UAB vs BYU (-7)


E. Michigan vs Liberty (-8.5)


Oregon State (-8) vs Utah State


Marshall vs UL Lafayette (-5)


Tulsa (-10) vs Old Dominion


Wyoming (-3.5) vs Kent State


San Diego State vs UTSA (-2.5)


Missouri vs Army (-3.5)


Central Florida vs Florida (-8.5)


Miami-Ohio (-3.5) vs North Texas


Memphis (-3.5) vs Hawaii


Ball State vs Georgia State (-4)


Western Michigan vs Nevada (-6)


East Carolina vs Boston College (-3.5)


Houston vs Auburn (-3.5)


Louisville (-2) vs Air Force


Texas Tech vs Mississippi State (-8)


NC State (-1) vs UCLA


West Virginia vs Minnesota (-4)


Virginia vs SMU (-1.5)


Maryland vs Virginia Tech (-2.5)


Iowa State vs Clemson (-1)


Oregon vs Oklahoma (-3)


South Carolina vs North Carolina (-7.5)


Purdue vs Tennessee (-3)


Pittsburgh (-4.5) vs Michigan State


Arizona State vs Wisconsin (-6.5)


Texas A&M (-5) vs Wake Forest


Washington State vs Miami (-3)


Boise State (-10) vs Central Michigan


Cincinnati vs Alabama (-13.5)


Georgia (-9) vs Michigan


Arkansas vs Penn State (-2.5)


Oklahoma State vs Notre Dame (-2.5)


Kentucky (-1.5) vs Iowa


Utah vs Ohio State (-6.5)


Baylor vs Mississippi (-1.5)

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