NCAA Week 14 Sportsbook Predictions & How To Increase Profits

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In College Football Week 14, the top conferences play games to crown their champions.

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The Big Ten, ACC, SEC, Pac 12 and Big 12 all play games to determine who ends up in the College Football Playoff and who gets the bowl bids. Check out the top matchups along with how online bookies can use pay per head software to ensure and increase profit.

NCAA Week 14:  Championship Games

Friday, Nov. 30

#17 Utah Utes vs #16 Washington Huskies -5

The Pac 12 Championship has South Division Utah battling North Division Washington. Utah can hang with Washington because the Huskies haven’t been great against the spread this season even though they beat Washington State.

Bookies should set max betting limits on the Utah moneyline. They should also use their layoff account no matter which team creates the liability.

#14 Texas Longhorns vs #6 Oklahoma Sooners -8

In the Big 12 Championship, Oklahoma’s been a terrible covering team this season. The Sooners are only 4-7 against the spread. Texas beat Oklahoma 48-45 earlier this season in the annual Red River Rivalry. Right now, most bettors prefer to take the points on Texas.

The Longhorns can win straight up. Agents must make sure max betting limits are on the Texas moneyline. They must also use their layoff accounts if Texas creates a spread betting liability. If Oklahoma creates the spread betting liability, some bookies might consider not using their layoff accounts.

#1 Alabama Crimson Tide vs #5 Georgia Bulldogs

The SEC Championship pits the best team in the nation against the rival they beat to win the National Championship last season. Alabama has been a covering machine, going 5-1 against the spread in their last 6.

Although 13 points seems like a lot, most should definitely use the layoff account to ensure profit if Bama’s over bet. If Georgia’s over bet, consider not using the layoff account. Set max betting limits on the Georgia moneyline just in case they upset the mighty Crimson Tide.

#2 Clemson Tigers -26.5 vs #24 Pittsburgh Panthers

The Tigers only must beat Pittsburgh, not blow them out, to win the ACC Championship and garner a bid to the College Football Playoff. If Clemson’s overplayed, consider not using the layoff account, because the Tigers could jump to a 17-point lead and then coast to a win.

If Pittsburgh’s over bet, use the layoff account.

#19 Northwestern Wildcats vs #10 Ohio State Buckeyes

Definitely use the layoff account no matter which team creates the spread betting liability. The Big Ten Championship could be a low-scoring affair while Ohio State might bounce with a bad performance after throttling rival Michigan in Week 13. Online bookies must use per head software to set max betting limits on Northwestern’s moneyline.

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